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  1. Adrienne Eynon, LCSW
    Joining from Illinois. I am a school counselor. Looking to enhance my knowledge, understanding and skills in areas of child development, child therapy, ADHD, behavioral science, impacts of trauma, and childhood anxiety (to name a few). Looking forward to learning and connecting.

  2. Hello! I’m a licensed MFT in Newport Beach, CA. I’ve been in private practice since 1994 specializing in trauma, addictions and couples (intimacy) work. To meet my clients where they’re at, my work tends to be eclectic. My orientation is grounded in attachment theory, IFS, somatic experience + mindfulness body-energy therapies, and neurobiology. I’m certified in EMDR. Grateful, to be in good company.

  3. Hello I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist in Los Angeles CA. I have been in private practice since 2006 and work with a lot of young adults, couples, people who are grieving and am learning more about working with trauma. I love to learn and grow personally and professionally. I look forward to all that is ahead here!

  4. Hello! I am an Australian living with my family of five in Hong Kong for eight years. I love being in nature and as founder of The Collective Journey, I share nature-based adventure therapy, integrative counselling, and mentorship experiences with young people on the trails of Hong Kong and a virtual village connecting parents and other compassionate people supporting the wellbeing of families.

    When not on the trails, I collaborate with other practitioners at an integrative medicine practice as a counsellor and ontological coach to support healing of the whole person, including biological, psychological, social, and spiritual elements. I also share the teachings of Integral Yoga in nature, schools, community organisations, prison, with foreign domestic workers, refugees, and through the counselling process with individuals and groups as an Accessible Yoga Ambassador.

    This path followed 20 years in professional and financial services across Australia, the United States, and Hong Kong where I observed the influence of our disconnected ways of being and unresolved childhood and adolescent trauma on the personal, professional, organisational, and societal level. I realised that if the concept of living with more compassion and intention was a challenge for educated leaders and decision makers to digest, there was a disconnect upstream.

    My intention is to create opportunities for all ages to receive support without judgement and connect with compassion to self, others, and nature while becoming more aware of the interconnectedness of the collective on our journey toward self mastery.

    I look forward to learning and connecting with other practitioners through this program.

  5. Hello, I am Evangelia Andritsanou, I am a registered psychotherapist in Athens, Greece, working in private practice since 2012 with Greek and English speaking clients. I mostly work with individuals and groups, but my basic training was systems-centered, so I also see couples and families. The major issues my patients are struggling with are trauma – individual and/or transgenerational, – existential concerns and crises, and real-life challenges in today’s complex world. I have also translated into Greek numerous leading psychotherapists’ works (I.D.Yalom, D.N.Stern, L.L.Havens, Y.M.Agazarian et al.) and have learned a great deal through them. I am very happy to be part of this community of experts and eager to gain more insight and find out new effective ways to be helpful to people in need. I am especially grateful for the clarity and user-friendliness of NICABM courses, both quite rare features here in the Old Continent…

  6. HI Im Allie Schultheis. Im a LPC in Scottsdale AZ in private practice. Im quite eclectic as I started in Family Preservation and family systems work. I specialize in Christian Counseling using the Townsend Developmental model of Competency Growth, psychodrama and EFT. Im working with Couples, Groups and Individuals and signed up for this program for some collaborative growth and ideas.

  7. Hi, my name is Mia Sarvanne, I am a Child Psychiatrist and Art Psychotherapist from Finland. I work mostly with children who have depression or anxiety problems, with Selective Mutism, with adopted children and their families. I am interested in neuroscience and neurophysiology, in the ways body and mind interact and happy to learn practical ideas to help these children and families.

  8. Hi, my name is Lidia Smirnov. I am a registered Psychotherapist in Sydney, Australia. I work in my own practice in the central business district of Sydney. For the past 6yrs I have specialised in the field of marriage, relationship and couple counselling. I have completed my training through the Gottman Institute, as well as PACT with Stan Tatkin and H.E.A.R.T with Halko Weiss through the Hakomi Institute. I feel extremely privileged to do the work that I do and I look forward to advancing my skills by becoming a part of this wonderful community.

  9. Hello! My name is Heather Casstevens Moeller and I am a mental health provider in the public school system in Texas. I look forward to gaining knowledge and skills in order to better support the children, families, and staff at my school.

  10. Good Day! My name is Jennifer Wright. I am a registered clinical counsellor. I own a private practice in Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada. We are very remote and access to resources in our lovely mountain paradise has been very limited. I recently moved to Revelstoke B.C. from the States were I was born and raised. My practice sees children, adolescents and adults. The majority of my work has centered around trauma and attachment. Some of the methods I use more frequently are trauma focused CBT, neurofeedback, sensorimotor psychotherapy, MI, mindfulness practices, yoga, and the arts/humanities. I love learning about the brain and psychology and I really love to research. I look forward to continued learning!

  11. Hi, my name is Arlene. I’m an LCSW and work in private practice in the rural Northwoods of Wisconsin. Because of my location and the need for psychotherapists in this rural area, my clients have a wide variety of mental health issues. I see clients as young as 4 and as old as 70+. I use Mindfulness, CBT, IFS, psychoeducation and a combination thereof. I would like to learn other skills that could be helpful for my clients.

  12. Hello everyone!
    My name is Kristen. I’m a marriage and family therapist working in Chicago, Illinois. I work with individuals, couples and adolescents. Many of my clients have complex trauma so I’m eager to learn more about interventions that apply to this specific population. I use mindfulness, internal family systems, and pull from a variety of spirtual traditions in my work. I look forward to learning and connecting!

  13. Hi, I’m Charlotte and I am an LCSW. I work with clients in substance use recovery who also suffer with mental health symptoms. I see many clients with trauma histories and an inability to self-regulate. I already follow the work of many of the presenters so I am very excited to be a part of this new community.

  14. Hi, I’m Lisa. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in Salem, Oregon. I work with adults with a wide variety of wellness goals. Many are processing grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, or mood disorders. Others are focused on improving their key relationships. Still others want to enhance their performance in athletic, career, or artistic settings. I find great joy in helping people achieve their wellness goals and I look forward to gaining additional tools to help me be even more effective with the amazing, hard-working people who turn to me for support.

  15. Hi, I’m Nick. I work with teens at a residential facility in Indiana, many of whom struggle with addiction and trauma, and looking forward to learning new ways to be more effective.

  16. Hi, I’m Charlene, and I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor serving a small community on the coast in Alabama. My clients are diverse in many ways. I am always on the lookout for new things to put into my toolbox to increase my ability to help.

  17. Hi my name is Neva. I’m a British Psychiatrist now living and working in Australia. I have a special interest in working with and treating those with trauma histories, throughout the lifespan. I also work closely with Navy and Army personnel. I am an EMDR Practitioner and find this tool extremely useful, when the client is ready. It can often take a significant amount of time and stabilisation before many clients are ready for this intervention. I enjoy using IFS and DBT and find them to be also invaluable. I’m in the process of learning more body focussed therapies, hoping to integrate this and more from these videos into my practice… especially for those clients that are really struggling

  18. Hi- this is Lesa. I am currently a student advisor for a private university in the metro NY area. I am working on getting my mental health counselor’s license. I love to learn more in this profession and am thrilled to be able to learn from some of the best with this organization.

  19. Hi, my name is Antje. I am a psychotherapist based in Cologne, Germany.. Coming from systemic approaches, I am enthusiastic about IFS and I am also very inclined to mindfulness.
    I am looking forward to immerging into the variety of perspectives, united with the common goal of amplifying our understanding and becoming of better service to our clients.
    Please feel free to get in touch.

  20. Hello! My name is Laura Catalina I am a seasoned psychologist (more than 20 years) registered with BPS (British Psychological Society), Chartered clinical, occupational and counselling division.
    I am therapist with training in Brief Strategic Therapy, Solution Focused, IoPT (identity oriented trauma psychotherapy) and EMDR practitioner. I am from Romania, I used to live in London and I am living currently in Gabon, Africa where I am feeling a little bit isolated from my fellow practitioners but not only, is a french speaking country.
    I am looking forward to enhance my skills and to be part of a community.

  21. Hello, My name is Mary. I am a registered social worker, registered psychotherapist, certified gambling counsellor and certified sex addiction therapist from Markham, ON. I have training in hypnotherapy and sensorimotor psychotherapy. I am looking forward to all the dialogues among experts from different disciplines.

  22. Hello!!! I am Larissa from Burlington Ontario Canada. I am RMT, Acupuncturist, Reiki practitioner and student of Spiritual Psychotherapy programme in Transformational Art College. I am looking forward to learning more latest techniques to treat conditions like anxiety and depression. I also want to combine in my work somatic and psychological approach. I’m excited to stay connected to many other practitioners.

  23. Hello, My name is Myra and I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor in South Carolina. I have a private practice and I’m a certified therapist in EMDR. I also certified in Yoga and include mind/body techniques in my practice. I’m excited to learn more resources to help my clients.

  24. Hi, my name is Maria Juliana and I’m a physician and psychotherapist (Brainspotting and intermediate training in Somatic Experiencing) in Brazil. Also study a lot about interpersonal neurobiology and IFS. Still hoping to get formal training in IFS, which we still don’t have here. I expect to learn new approaches to enhance my practice and to help my clients.

  25. Hello, I am working in the Netherlands as an experienced pedagogue, educator and family and relational therapist, working in the Disability Care and Youth Care. Educated in pedagogy, psychology, psychiatry, psychotherapy, mindfulness, IFS, ABFT and systems therapy. A health care professional with the specialization of treating and supervising developmentally traumatized children and their parents, adoptive, foster parents and professional educators.

  26. Hi, my name is Tania I am in a psychotherapist in southern California. I am currently in a group practice and want to move into a private practice this year. I love the courses and want to continue to grow as a clinician.

  27. Hi this is Aman, I am a health practitioner who specializes Ayurveda & Yoga. I am interested in learning more about our humanness and things that get in the way of living a fulfilling life. My hope is to assist some of my clients out of their pain and into joy. I am also a practitioner of Vedanta and Mindfulness.

  28. Hi, I’m Maria, a clinical neuropstchologist and psychotherapist from Finland. My interest is to combine neuropsychology and psychotherapy. Looking forward to this program to get practical tips and fresh ideas.

  29. Hello, my name is Kriszti. I am a psychiatrist, psychoterapist from the north-east part of Hungary. I work in a psychoterapeutic inpatient department and in private praxis. Most of our patients are complex traumatized. I would like to learn new and effective technics to help them.

  30. Hello. My name is Amber and I am the clinical director of a non profit counselling centre offering affordable professional counselling in Victoria, BC. I maintain a caseload of my own clients as well as supervising the staff of counsellors and practicum students. The information on this site will be very helpful in my many different roles and I’m looking forward to learning as much as I can. Our clients come from all walks of life and range in age from 5 to 95.

  31. Hi, my name is Ana and I’m a psychologist living in southcentral PA. I’ve worked in medical education for many years and also as a consultant in primary care settings. I’m excited to learn new techniques and approaches to apply to my work and to sharing this new knowledge.

  32. Hello, My name is Jodi and I live in Northern CA and I enjoy lay counseling and mentoring those who struggle with alcohol/substance use and anxiety disorders. Really interested in exploring the underlying issues and diverse treatment approaches.

  33. Good Morning,

    My name is Jennifer Adams-Barsch, I am an LCSW with 26 years in the field. I am developing a private practice and currently work with returning veteran/military families with a host of Clincal Issues from brain injury and spinal cord injury to substance abuse and severe mental illness. I have specialties in trauma recovery and loss. I am also a victims advocate divorce mediator and coach with a specialty in domestic violence cases.

  34. Hi, my name is Jennifer from Dallas, TX. I am a graduate student, getting ready to start my practicum in May. I will be working with traumatized children, siblings, and non-offending parents. I have already learned a lot from the free content offered by NICABM. I have been receiving Somatic Experiencing therapy for the past year and a half and have read several of Peter Levine’s books. I hope to pursue training in SE in 2020. I first found this site through one of Peter Levine’s posts on social media and am excited to learn from all the experts that are a part of this program.

  35. Hi all, my name is Judy and I am a Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist in Melbourne, Australla. I work primarily in a ELC-Year 12 Private School in Melbourne which is quite large and culturally diverse. I work with all issues from anxiety to disclosures of SA and Violence.
    I also live in the country and run a Horse Sanctuary – a forever home for horses and ponies who have experienced trauma and have been rescued and rehabilitated. They are not ridden and get to live their years out in a tranquil and horse centred environment. When I do have clients at home I have at times introduced them to some of my horses as horses give immediate neural feedback when a client is struggling with self regulation. I am excited to be part of this community because as the only Counsellor/Therapist at my work, I don’t have any peer to debrief with – I have to wait till supervision so this is an amazing opportunity. I look forward to connected with others, expanding my mind and knowledge and learning heaps!!

  36. Hello. I’m Dr Nili Kaplan-Myrth, a family physician in Ottawa. I provide trauma-informed supportive psychotherapy to my patients. This is very interesting and I’m delighted to connect with colleagues.

  37. Hello! I’m Kerry Kelly from Tucson, Arizona in private practice and also a subcontractor for Pathways Counseling Services. Since I’m in my own practice, I love the fact I can find new tools, tips and modalities right at my fingertips without scheduling an all day seminar!! Always looking for tips on working with couples and teens. Thank you for this program!

  38. Hi, I’m Liane. I work in private practice as a psychologist in Australia. I work mostly with adults but a few older teens as well. My area of special interest is trauma of all kinds. I work in a variety of ways and am finding somatic experiencing (SE) and brainspotting and other like therapies have garnered my particular interest lately. I find working bottom-up as well as top-down, or perhaps predominantly bottom-up, is the most effective with deep issues.
    I’m looking forward to all of the content and ideas. This is a great idea.

  39. Hello, My name is Brandon. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York. I work with mostly with individuals within the adolescents to emerging adults ages. I am excited about this opportunity to learn new interventions and look forward to sharing my experience and hearing your suggestions!

  40. Hello, my name is Christine, I am Registered Psychotherapist and have a private practice in Ontario Canada. My work with individuals, families and couples is a collaborative and encouraging approach to help make the desired changes in their life , relationships and or careers. I am looking forward to this opportunity to continue my own learning in order to enhance the service I can provide to my clients. Thank you!

  41. Hi every one
    My name is Suzanne and I am a life long researcher into my own Childhood Development Issues and
    a Peer Mentor
    So pleased to be joining this amazing
    NICABM has been a monumental help in my understanding what I have suspected for Years.
    It is so rewarding and inspiring to now hear These Fabulous Specialist
    Speak so clearly about the natures of many so called dis-orders.
    I know that this will not only benefit me but all of those that I will be involved with.
    Thank you for all you’re compassion and devotion to helping those suffering from Self

  42. Hi, My name is Willie and I have a part time psychotherapy practice in Ireland. I work with all presenting issues helping the client to develop better coping skills. Aha moments are always very welcome. Looking forward to completing the program.

  43. Hi there, my name is Theresa. I currently reside in Canada working at a Wilderness Treatment faculity for young males overcoming addiction as an Addiction Counsellor. I signed up for this course as many of the presenters are people I admire and have read their books and deeply appreicate their insights in the field. As a young woman eventually pursuing her Masters in Clinical Social Work I feel that until then this will be a wealth of knowledge I can use with the young men I work with. Excited for this journey!

  44. Hello! My name is Christina Grigorea. I’m a health psychologist and CBT-EMDR psychotherapist. I have a private practice in Athens, Greece since 2012. I have been working with families and children since 2002. I’m currently working with teenagers and adults. Main issues my clients face are depression, phobias, anxiety. I’m looking forward to starting this program and gain more therapeutic tools from the best in the field.

  45. Hello, my name is Fredda Schneidt, LCSW. I have a private practice in Forest Hills, NY.
    I have been practicing for over 35 years, treating clients struggling with depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder.
    I am looking forward to being a participant of this program.

  46. Hi My name is Shawn LaRe’ (that goes all together like Mary Ann only fancier) It never makes it on to things like this as it is always getting separated. Baiin of my existence. So please indulge me and know that I am Shawn LaRe’…Not Shawn. 🙂

    So anyhow…I am a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist in private practice for one year and I love learning and being on the pulse of what is current in our field. I have just managed to get myself here so I am excited about what I will find! See you on the pages!!

  47. Hi my name is Jamie Young and currently counsel on a Marine Base in Cakifornia. I have retired 2 times and am going to pursue private practice again soon so thought this would add to my knowledge and learning experiences.

  48. Hi. I’m Sallie Tasto. I’ve lived and worked in Palo Alto and Menlo Park as a psychologist in private practice for the last 36 years. Having received my MS and Ph.D. from the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, now Palo Alto University, I also served as its Ombudsperson for many years, as well as on its Board of Trustees. I’ve been licensed as an LMFT since 1882 and as a psychologist since 1986.

    A single parent for quite a while, I now am “mom” to four grown children, their spouses, and nine grandchildren. My wonderful husband of 17 years enabled this expansion of beloved family. Three of our four families live close by (one in Brooklyn), and we rejoice in our grandkids who range from ages 17 to 1 1/2 years.

    Now that I am 77, my friends are bewildered that I haven’t retired. It’s because I love my work, and am so much better a therapist than I was earlier in my career. If Ruth Bader Ginsberg plans to work til she’s 90, so can I.

    The reason this course is important to me is that I find it easy to rely on what I already know. Most workshops repeat materials with which I am already familiar. However, so much marvelous research and new understandings have happened just in the last few years, I want to immerse myself in this material, and not be lazy about what I don’t know. Cheers to all.

  49. Hello, I am Sharon, a board certified advanced practice nurse practitioner in South Carolina with many years of experience in medical and surgical specialties. I joined NICABM to improve my psych knowledge and understanding of the topics to be covered and for CME. I am looking forward to learning from these speakers!

  50. Hi, Everyone, I am Kristin. I have worked in foster care and adoption for the past 16 plus years and am transitioning into a more clinical role. I am trained as an Art Therapist and am working toward full licensure in Texas. I am looking forward to the insight and support of this group!

  51. Hi everyone, I’m Gillian. I am a fully qualified and experienced drug and alcohol counselor with a special interest in mindfulness-based approaches to counseling and therapy. I have a private practice and also work in residential in the UK. I see clients of all ages and diagnosis. I’m looking forward to learning new skills the best.

  52. Hello, I am a psychologist in private practice in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, for over 25 years. Toronto is a very multicultural city and I work with clients from many diverse cultural backgrounds. My practice focuses on individual, couples/marital, and family issues. I also work with clients suffering trauma. My theoretical perspective is integrative and includes developmental and clinical psychology, cognitive/behavioral/attachment and family systems approaches. I also work with energy psychology techniques such as EFT in working with anxiety, depression, and trauma. I enjoy working with communication roadblocks and challenges, such as in situations where one person says something to another person, e.g., their partner/spouse and the receiver puts a completely different interpretation of the message than the sender intended and misunderstanding escalates. What I hope to gain from this program is continued learning and helpful insights and ideas to improve my own knowledge and responses/techniques.

  53. I am an art therapist in Vancouver Canada. I recently graduated from the Vancouver Art Therapy Institute. and I also have a BFA in Visual Art from Emily Carr University where I concentrated in drawing. I currently have an art therapy contract with a non profit housing agency in Vancouver’s Downtown East-side that supports adult clients who typically have histories of homelessness, addiction, mental illness and complex trauma.

  54. I am Victoria, a registered nurse and marriage & family therapist from Wichita, KS. I have been in private practice for 7 years after owning a group practice for 15 years. My medical background is in emergency/trauma nursing. Some populations I enjoy is working with medical providers, patients with medical diagnoses and those with sensory processing sensitivity. I’m looking forward to digging into the resources!

  55. Hi I am Geraldine from Ireland, I am a Psychotherapist and I work for an organisation dealing with suicide and self harm I have only just joined this group so I am hoping to be able to learn loads as I feel I get really stuck sometimes with clients, sometimes when I feel I have gone full circle and nothing seems to make a difference to the client, I find this frustrating however not all clients stay stuck so I am wondering if I can particularly learn some tips as to how to get out of the stuckness, usually clients who are stuck will repeatedly say I do not enjoy anything, cannot remember a time when I was happy etc. Apart from pulling out all resources and exploring times when things were going well, I feel I do not have much more to offer. Looking forward to learning loads

    1. Geraldine
      Thank you for your presence. As a person with issues of suicidality and developmental issues, I want to say that you do help already and I have gained so much from this Team , that I am confident you will feel far more confident after you watch a few of the videos. Great tools for helping in the moment but also knowledge of what you may be facing on a deeper level of what these people are orating to you.
      I a so grateful for people like you. I have had to reach out and you being at the other end proves that it works because I am still here. I found the
      Hmmmm, sparking curiousity really resonated with me.

  56. Hi everyone,

    My name is Amanda, I’m a psychologist on Long Island, New York. Though I’ve been working in the field about 15 years, I just started a private practice this year. I love the idea of having a community of professionals that I can learn from and consult with, and the team that NICABM has assembled is quite amazing. I will be recommending this site to my practitioner friends.

  57. Hello everyone,
    My name is Janice, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor with a private practice in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The current focus of my practice includes: trauma and stress-related disorders, primarily PTSD and attachment problems in complex trauma clients; substance use disorders; co-occurring disorders; anxiety disorders, and mood disorders. I use an integrative psychotherapy approach, including EMDR and EFT, to treat trauma and other types of psychological stress. I treat individuals and couples, often using a systems perspective to address individual stresses and relational conflicts. I am looking forward to beginning this program.

  58. Hello everyone,

    I’m a licensed MFT in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and have been practicing here for the past 15 years. Trauma and chronic abuse cases, and the feelings that are harbored in shame cultures seem to flood my office, and i am eager to learn more about how to tackle the diverse issues that present themselves in each case i see. I am so excited and looking forward to absorb from the plethora of information available through this program.

  59. Hi everyone,

    I am a psychologist in private practice in Mbombela, South Africa. Anxiety, complex trauma and self-harm present most frequently. I tend to use ACT, DBT or mindfulness based approaches, and I am also learning more about somatic perspectives.

    Really looking forward to delving into this vast resource – I had a quick peek and the breadth of information contained here is enticing!

  60. Hi everyone,
    I’m Lauren Clark and I’m a Marriage Family Therapist in private practice in Folsom, California. The focus of my practice is trauma, addiction, and adolescents. I mainly integrate EMDR, DBT, Art therapy, CBT, Mindfulness and trauma informed interventions into my sessions with my clients. The NICABM training has been immensely helpful and I’ve been able to take what I’ve learned directly into session. The benefit to my precious clients has been evident. I’m thrilled to get started in this program!

  61. Hi all, I’m Stefanie, a Counsellor in Canberra, Australia. I am in the process of setting up a private practice while I complete my Masters. I am really excited to have access to so many amazing professionals and information. My experience with NICABM so far has been so informative. I am looking forward to what is next!

  62. Hello I am a psychologist in private practice in Grande Prairie, Alberta. I love what I do and am always looking for ways to become more helpful to my clients. Private practice offers me the freedom and flexibility to work the way I want to but it can also be isolating so I hope to learn as much as possible and break some of the isolation. All the best!

  63. Hi Theresa here psychologist from Sydney Australia. I work in private practice . Currently the focus of my work is assisting adults who have sought help through their EAP (Employment Assistance Program) providers. Helping clients struggling with depression, anxiety and stress. I use tools and strategies from diverse modalities such as CBT, ACT, applied behaviour analysis, positive psychology, solution focused, strength based approaches. I advocate for multidisciplinary interventions in the management of well being in the presence of chronic diseases such as chronic pain, autoimmune symptoms and other comorbid conditions. I believe that we can make significant gains for our clients if we truly look into the biopsychosocial determinants of debilitating conditions. There is so much to do in the debate of public health but we can certainly start or continue the conversation on how we can work in multidisciplinary initiatives rather than in isolation.

  64. Hi everyone I work in private practice in Perth Western Australia with a special interest in working with Aboriginal clients. . I also supervise undergraduate and maters students in their final counselling placements.

  65. Hi there
    I’m looking forward to learning from this programme. I joined a number of weeks ago but have been on holidays so just getting caught up now! I’m in Private Practice in NI, working in the field of trauma. I use Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, EMDR and CBT in my therapy. I have benefitted from the learning from NICABM before and know this training will benefit my practice

  66. Hello. My name is Kerin Smith, I am a senior Occupational Therapist working across various neurological areas. I work for both Government and non-Government organisations with a strong focus on neurological degenerative diseases as well as acquired brain injury – and over the years this has exposed me to the underlying mental health issues that often are coupled with these diagnosis. While I am confident in my clinical experience, I am always looking to further my skills in the area of mental health, as this is an area that OT’s can really assist clients put the strategies into their daily tasks to make a functional difference and in turn improve quality of life. I look forward to learning from NICABM as well all the participants. I live in Australia (south australia) in a city called Adelaide.

  67. Hello, My name is Holly Pearlman and I am a licensed clinical professional counselor, and licensed professional clinical counselor. I have a private practice in Sherman Oaks CA, and my niche is single incident trauma and complex trauma.

  68. Hi everyone !

    My name is Don Thompson … I’m a partitioner of Structural Integration (aka Rolfing) … living in Scotland. I teach bodywork and anatomy in Europe & Scandinavia … but sometimes further afield

    I am here to learn better interaction skills with the people I work with … framing & reframing … building therapeutic space … how best to deal with emotional releases when they come up in classrooms and in my sessions.

  69. Hi! I am Shannon Aguilar, LCSW in Tampa, FL, USA. I have been in private practice for about a year now. Recently, I moved my office to a new location and have changed some things about the way I practice (no longer accept insurance, learning a new therapy). It has been challenging and slow going. The reason I joined this program is because I am looking for better, faster and lasting outcomes for my clients. I completed grad school in 2013 and became licensed December 2017. I loved grad school, but really have been left feeling ill-prepared to really get to the deeper levels of healing I am finding my clients are seeking. While they are happy to come each week to “talk it out” and to learn better coping skills and gain more insight into their challenges, I often am left feeling that they need so much more. So I am here to learn how to give them that. I look forward to using the program and connecting with other professionals who are seeking better outcomes for their clients as well!

  70. Hi everyone,
    I am very grateful for the cutting edge learning I receive from NICABM for a while now and am looking forward to this advanced training. I am a LPC and LICDC-S and work mostly with dual diagnosis, PTSD, anxiety /depression and couples. I find EMDR and trauma informed modalities very effective for my clients as well as group empowerment work. I love my profession and the deep meaningful connection and fulfillment it brings. I work with a consortium of holistic practitioners in a center in Cleveland. We offer, yoga, mindfulness, acupuncture, naturopathic medicine and several counselors. I find it very helpful for the clients growth and healing to experience these enhancements.

  71. Hello, my name is Joyce Hennelly, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a private practice in Glenview Illinois. I also participate in contract work with older adult agencies to provide counseling as well as family mediation. I work mainly with issues of anxiety, depression, and grief and see teenagers all the way to older adults. I started to watch some of the videos and found them to be very informative and practical in my practice. I am finding NICABM to be my go to site now to learn, review, and affirm therapeutic strategies.

  72. Hello Everyone,

    My name is Shelly Oliver and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a private psychotherapy practice in Austin Texas. I am also a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. I work with a range of clients who are navigating both developmental and shock traumas. I am very excited to be tapping into the cutting edge ideas and applications offered via the expert panel. I am looking forward to the breadth and depth of the material to be presented.

  73. Hi, my name is Sharyn Kucy and I am a Registered Psychologist in Calgary, Alberta. I have worked with children, youth and families most of my career. I currently work as a therapist in a mental health day treatment program for adolescents. I am looking forward to learning from others and being the best I can be. It can be challenging being a therapist at times and so my hope is to deepen my practice in this course.

  74. Hello. My name is Janice Gregory and I work as a Clinical Psychologist in community mental health in NSW Australia. The modalities I am currently using include CBT, DBT, Trauma Informed Care, IPT and Neuropsychotherapy. The adult clients I work with have chronic psychiatric diagnoses including personality disorder e.g., a case formulation under the DSMIV-TR would identify symptoms/stressors on all four axes and a low GAF as a result.

    I am looking forward to learning from the experts and also from other practitioners so I may improve the work I do with this very vulnerable client group and to at least maintain the client’s wellbeing.

  75. Hello. Amy Markin, Licensed Clinical Social Worker currently working for a community based agency as an outpatient therapist in Durham, NC and in a small private practice group in Raleigh, NC. I have had a variety of social work positions over the years and am relatively new as a therapist with about 5 years of experience.
    I work with children from age 5 up, adolescents and adults. I am trained in TF- CBT and basic training in EMDR which I am continuing to study and am thrilled to have this opportunity to learn and glean ideas from such an esteemed group of clinicians/ teachers as well as so many colleagues.

  76. My name is Roni Morgenstern and I have a doctorate in psychology and CAS in school psychology. I live in Syracuse, New York. I have worked in a variety of settings including a developmental evaluation center at SUNY Upstate, a mental health outpatient clinic, in and with schools and I am currently in private practice seeing clients ages 5 years – adults. Many of the young children whom I see have autism and my focus has been to support the child’s social and academic problem-solving skills and to support parents with skills to interact effectively with their child. Additionally, it isn’t uncommon for the parent(s) to have their own stress and adjustment to the on-going needs of the child. I also see clients, usually teens-adults who describe concerns that focus on job, family, interpersonal stressors.

    I have watched one video about emotional regulation and trauma and it was very helpful. Thanks

  77. Hello to everyone from Perth, Western Australia!

    My name is Jennie Fitzhardinge and I have a Masters in Counselling from Murdoch University, here in Perth.

    I have spent five years working in the not-for-profit sector and I am now launching my private practice.

    I am here because I found NICABM’s Master course on Trauma really insightful and the comments from other participants useful too. As I take my first steps as a sole practitioner, I am hoping this community will offer support and wisdom so I can be the best counsellor I can be.

    Thank you for making this possible!