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Professional Support


Wellness & Resilience

The helping professions are inherently stressful - the stakes are high, the training specific, the pace intense, and resources shrinking.  It’s important to have a collegial support network to mitigate the demands.  I offer an outside perspective on balancing professional demands with a rich and rewarding personal life.  I work with physicians, nurses, attorneys, police officers, therapists, and clergy experiencing stress, depression, anxiety, workaholism, compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma and secondary traumatic stress.   


Impairment & Addiction

Despite the increasing openness of addiction/recovery issues in our culture, there exists a greater risk of stigma and consequences for the professional who becomes dependent upon drugs or alcohol.  Whether or not your use of drugs and alcohol has come under the scrutiny of your employer or licensing board, I’ll help you understand the addictive process,  interrupt your pattern with harmful substances and behaviors, clarify your life goals and access recovery/wellness resources.   My office setting is private and discreet. 


Regardless of the models used in psychotherapy, supporting people with mental illness or addiction is requires a the ability to establish a strong relationship.  Eachtherapeutic relationship is unique and has potential to deeply affect your clients in positive ways.  I offer individual and group supervision for mental health and addiction counselors (LCSW, LCPC, LADC, CCS) in private practice or as an adjunct to their agency supervision with a focus on the clinical relationship as the means of change.