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Tisha Shull is a licensed clinical mental health counselor in private practice in Burlington, Vermont. She has practiced Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy since she was a clinical intern in 2009. She is co-host of the popular IFS Podcast, IFS Talks and has been a Program Assistant for IFS Level 1 and Level 2 trainings many times internationally…
 
A roundtable discussion about experiences in couple relationships. The Earle's talk about reframing conflict, utilizing "time outs", power in relationships, identifying a couples unique "dance", and "remembering the relationships positive past." Here are the couples therapy resources cited: -The Gottman Institute -Internal Family Systems -The Cente…
 
Tanya Cole-Lesnick has been a psychotherapist (licensed clinical social worker) and coach since 1995. She received her master’s degree in social work from New York University after group therapy changed her life. She has extensive experience in outpatient hospital mental health, private practice, and wellness center settings. From those experiences…
 
Stevie Mae Douglas, Psy.D. is a Post-Doctoral Resident under the supervision of Marcus Earle, Ph.D., LMFT, CSAT, S-PSB. Her clinical experience includes addiction, depression, anxiety, psychosis, relationship issues, and personality challenges. Trauma and grief are her areas of focus, particularly as it relates to human development and to military …
 
Sexual health author, trainer and psychotherapist Douglas Braun-Harvey bridges sexual and mental health and facilitates organizational change. He teaches and trains nationally and internationally linking sexual health principles within drug and alcohol treatment, group psychotherapy, HIV prevention and treatment, and child maltreatment. https://www…
 
Katie Ties holds a Post Masters in Expressive Art Therapy and a M.S. in Counseling. Katie has worked in the mental health field (as a coach, counselor or art therapist) since 2011. Her practice is grounded in her values of connection, compassion, and creativity. Her mission is to serve and give back through her work in the mental health community a…
 
Doug Withrow is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has an M.S. in Counseling and a Master's of Divinity. Doug seeks to create a safe place where discovery can happen in his work - a place to heal emotional pain, come to new understandings of “who I am,” and develop new skills for coping with life’s surprises. PCSintensive.com…
 
Andrew holds an MA in Couple and Family Therapy. He strives to support people in connecting with themselves, others, the natural world, and their spirituality. Andrew aims to co-create a safe context where one can identify what is dear to them and move towards what they are wanting more of in life. PCSIntensive.com…
 
Adeola Quintero holds a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University. Adeola is a Writer, Relationship-Care Enthusiast, Racial Healing Researcher & Women of Color Advocate. She is currently practicing at North Family Counseling in Colorado Springs and is passionate about de-stigmatizing mental health for minorities and people…
 
Dr. Adrian Fletcher is a Licensed Psychologist, Certified EMDR therapist, Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist and EMDRIA Approved Consultant in Scottsdale, Arizona. She has 16 years of experience working within the field of Mental Health. She currently specializes in the treatment of trauma, anxiety, stress management, coping skills, distress tole…
 
Dr. Lebowitz studies and treats childhood and adolescent anxiety at the Yale Child Study Center. His research focuses on the development, neurobiology, and treatment of anxiety and related disorders, with special emphasis on family dynamics and the role of parents in these problems. Dr. Lebowitz is the lead investigator on multiple funded research …
 
Andrew holds a Master of Arts in Couple and Family Therapy from Regis University. He has published work on the topic of shame and strives to support people, couples, and families in developing personal agency during their therapeutic journey. Additionally, Andrew has a passion for supporting individuals, families, and couples who are facing grief t…
 
Megan Moran started her professional career as an English teacher at Lexington High School. She realized she was more interested in her students’ personal stories than the literature she was teaching and returned to graduate school to study Counseling Psychology. She did her clinical internship at McLean Hospital and stayed on for 13 years as a Tra…
 
Victoria Secrist specializes in working with people who have been impacted by suicide, whether they are experiencing suicidal thoughts and feelings or have lost a loved one. Victoria uses a systems approach and encourages folks to connect with supportive people in their lives who can help them navigate rough terrain. As a military veteran herself, …
 
Natalie is a certified Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP) who helps individuals with fatigue, digestive symptoms, and hormone imbalances to experience more confidence in their body and vibrant energy. Her journey started with soothing the aftermath of childhood trauma which manifested as eczema, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and gastro…
 
Dr. Earle is a noted family therapist and psychologist, author, and lecturer. He is past national president of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and is an approved supervisor for the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists. He is a national authority on sexual addiction with over 35 years experience w…
 
Peter Fraenkel, Ph.D., is Associate Professor of Psychology at The City College of New York, and is in private practice in New York City. He received AFTA’s 2012 award for Innovative Contribution to Family Therapy for his work in the area of time and couples, integrative approaches to couple therapy, and resilience-strengthening programs for homele…
 
Payton Holt will soon be graduating with a Master’s degree in marriage and family therapy. He is currently an intern at The Marriage and Family Clinic where he primarily works with couples. Payton hopes to continue his growth in RLT and to specialize in couples counseling and parent training. He aspires to create his own group practice where couple…
 
Gene is co-director of Evanston Family Therapy Center, a small non-profit training institution which focuses on narrative approaches to therapy. He is an internationally known author and teacher of narrative family therapy with a particular focus on social justice. Now retired from his work as a psychiatrist, he has a continuing skepticism and crit…
 
In 1970, Dr. Schulte graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School and attended the University of Michigan Psychiatry Residency Training Program shortly after. Dr. Shulte has a wealth of experience having practiced and taught both psychiatry and psychotherapy throughout his fifty year career in Michigan and where he currently practices i…
 
Dr. Lindsay Edwards received a B.A. in Psychology and a B.S. in Family Studies and Human Development from the University of Arizona in 2005. Following this work, she earned a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2007 from Kansas State University and a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2014 from the University of Connecticut. Dr…
 
Dr. Marcus Earle joined his father Dr. Ralph Earle at Psychological Counseling Services in 1988, after obtaining his Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is currently licensed in Arizona as a Psychologist as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist. He has spent most of his career developing the PCS Intensive Treatment Program, training/ment…
 
Rosemary Leone will soon be graduating with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy. She prides herself in being able to identify a client's interaction sequence, or negative cycle, and then collaborating to create lasting change. She hopes to contribute to research around paradox in treatment, as well as issues related to gender and cultural ineq…
 
Dr. Lorraine Hedtke has taught hundreds of professionals around the world about re-membering conversations, a new and exciting approach to grief psychology. Her professional articles have appeared in numerous journals and newspapers. In addition to her writing and speaking about death, dying and grief psychology, Lorraine works at California State …
 
Ben Fineman is a psychotherapist in Los Angeles, California who helps young professionals and entrepreneurs find a greater sense of personal fulfillment in life. He spends much of his free time researching what makes counseling work and thinking about how to promote a complete overhaul of the psychotherapy field. Caroline Witta is a marriage and fa…
 
Chris Hoff’s formal education includes a Ph.D. from Loma Linda University in Marriage & Family Therapy where his concentration was in organizational development and systems consulting. Additionally, Chris received his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. Chris' counseling work is grounded in Narrative theory, an evolvi…
 
Daria Mann, M. MFT, M. Ed, CCHT is an advanced clinical hypnotherapist initially trained in hypnosis with 500 hours of classroom and clinical hypnotherapy practice and over 1500 internship hours with a clinical psychologist. She has continued serving as a hypnotherapist ever since and recently completed another master’s degree in Marriage and Famil…
 
Dr. Amber Hollis is a Doctor of Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine and has been working within the field of health and wellness since 2000. Amber has a desire and passion to help others grow personally and feel happy and healthy both physically and mentally. vitalitycenter.com https://www.facebook.com/VitalityCenterDenver/ https://www.instagram.com/vita…
 
Jackie earned her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University and is a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate (MFTC). She works primarily with marriages, non-married couples, and non-traditional relationship structures and is in the process of earning certification in Sex Therapy through AASECT. Her private practice is Col…
 
Dr. Earle joined his father Dr. Ralph Earle at Psychological Counseling Services in 1988, after obtaining his Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is currently licensed in Arizona as a Psychologist as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist. He has spent most of his career developing the PCS Intensive Treatment Program, training/mentoring o…
 
Dr. Derrick graduated with his Doctorate degree from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology in 2016. He is a Limited License Psychologist with the State of Michigan, and he works primarily with college aged young adults, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Derrick’s approach to therapy involves the integration of client-centered, multicultural, an…
 
Jessica Lamar is a postdoctoral resident with a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the Arizona School of Processional Psychology. Jessica has extensive experience providing individual and group psychotherapy to people who suffer from serious mental illness, addiction, sexual offender behaviors, and personality disorders. Jessica's areas of…
 
Adeola Quintero is a Student-Therapist, Writer, Relationship-Care Enthusiast, Racial Healing Researcher & Women of Color Advocate. She is currently undergoing supervision at Regis University in Colorado springs and is passionate about de-stigmatizing mental health for minorities and people of color. https://www.adeolaq.com/ https://www.instagram.co…
 
Mauricio is a licensed clinical social worker and certified sex therapist through AASECT. He is currently working on his doctorate in social work at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Mauricio's research interests include the effects of shame and social stigma on youth who committed a sexual offense and their families, as well as the…
 
Anthony Riske is a MFTC and holds a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University (Denver, CO). Anthony has 14 years experience in the field of Family Counseling and ADHD Coaching, 6 years in wilderness therapy as a Field Staff and Assistant Therapist (Evoke at Entrada), and 8 years as a therapeutic mentor (Boulder, CO). Anthony is h…
 
Lauren Scott is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado. She graduated from Colorado Christian University in 2015 with a Masters in Counseling and then found her way to ecotherapy where she became disillusioned with current strategies and head-based tools that left the body out of therapy. Through her ecotherapy training course in California,…
 
Dr. Earle joined his father Dr. Ralph Earle at Psychological Counseling Services in 1988, after obtaining his Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is currently licensed in Arizona as a Psychologist as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist. He has spent most of his career developing the PCS Intensive Treatment Program, training/mentoring o…
 
Natalie is a certified Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP) who helps individuals with acne, low mood and low energy to experience more confidence, vibrant energy, and clearer skin. Her journey started with soothing the aftermath of childhood trauma which manifested as acne, PTSD, anxiety, depression, eating and gastrointestinal disor…
 
Terry Real is an internationally recognized Family Therapist, Speaker and Author. Terry founded the Relational Life Institute (RLT), offering workshops for couples, individuals and parents around the country along with a professional training program for clinicians wanting to learn his RLT methodology. His ideas on relationships have been celebrate…
 
Marcus provides ideas for navigating the change and conflict that has accompanied physical distancing mandates. He discusses how our experiences in intimate relationships provide an opportunity for learning. Marcus elaborates on the effects of this learning posture in his familial relationships and the fact that although there are "misses" in relat…
 
Greta talks on the use of expressive therapies, gestalt, and narrative therapy in her work. She illustrates how play, curiosity, and attending to one's body are of therapeutic benefit to people consulting her. Greta suggests that small shifts and experimentation can be effective in helping one change over the long run. Lastly, Greta leaves us with …
 
Scott demonstrates how deliberate practice is used to improve skills as a therapist or as a practitioner in any field. He discusses the importance of measuring one's results and recruiting coaches that can help one improve in specific areas. Scott also touches on securing client engagement and centering the client's understandings. Additionally, fo…
 
We are all grieving something amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Jessica talks on disenfranchised grief (i.e. loss that is not acknowledged in society). She discusses the importance of acknowledging, identifying emotions, accepting without judgment, and finding meaning around losses. Jessica talks about having an open posture and developing rituals arou…
 
Dr. Earle talks about his experience and the experience that clients have had with teletherapy. Dr. Earle explains how the PCS intensive has transitioned to teletherapy. He suggests that the use of creativity in relationships and in general amidst COVID-19 can be a useful tool. Lastly, he talks about the Zoom platform and the confidential space it …
 
Who do you want to be and what do you want to stand for amidst COVID-19? Reema discusses how figures of speech can be used to get in touch with our bodily experiences. She provides coping skills such as mindfulness to help amidst COVID-19. Reema elucidates how each encounter we have is a cultural one. Additionally, Reema talks on how problems often…
 
David gives an overview of Internal Family Systems. David further discusses addiction and how getting in touch with how we are feeling can support the healing process when we are familiar with numbing. Lastly, David talks about mindfulness with radical acceptance and how change is possible. Contact David at (720)724-7606, David@RH-counseling.com, R…
 
Joe gives tips on parenting, couple relationships, and grounding one's self amidst COVID-19. Joe talks on co-learning and collaborating with children. He also provides tips on family communication and how everyone in your family can get what they want. Lastly, Joe talks about sleep hygiene and slowing down. Connect with Joe or check out his resourc…
 
Sarah Eisenbud begins by talking about community practices. She talks about how therapeutic experiences can be achieved through practices of acknowledgement such as Outsider Witness Ceremonies. Additionally, Sarah discusses how men face trauma and problems in their lives through excavating the values they hold. Andrew and Sarah talk about some ways…
 
Gloria talks about sexual betrayal. Gloria starts with the discovery of the betrayal and continues by elucidating what the process can look like following sexual betrayal. The wide range of emotions and experiences following sexual betrayal are then discussed. Lastly, Gloria gives helpful pieces of advice for finding support and coping with the aft…
 
Eli gives practical ideas to help you deal with anxiety, depression, and other emotions. Eli talks on relationships, purpose, and different forms of self expression. Eli also touches on the impact that our early relationships have on our current relationships with others and self. Lastly, Eli gives an overview of EMDR and Somatic Experience Therapy…
 
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