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How to keep up with exercise, sleep, laughter and nutrition when your
time is most challenged. How to identify your own physical responses to
stress, how to manage stress, to make choices, and to learn from others.
As a former adjunct professor at Catholic University and a seasoned
corporate trainer, my experiences have resulted in a proven tract
record of engaging and motivating any audience ranging from the Secret
Service to Fortune 500 companies. My signature as a trainer is in using
practical exercises to bring training concepts off the page to directly
apply to real time situations.
I have been published in The American Journal of Group Psychotherapy
and Psychodrama and The Washington Parent. My clinical work on sexual
assault has been featured on NPR Radio and my training of the D.C.
Metropolitan Police Department has been covered in The Washington Post.I
have incorporated 30 years of experience as a licensed psychotherapist
and behavioral scientist into teaching critical communication and
stress reduction skills. As a clinician in private practice, I have
often seen that by the time people get to my door, accumulated stress
levels have already had a major impact on their well being.
Education and Licenses
B.A. Psychology, Phi Beta Kappa, George Washington University, Washington, DC, 1975
M.S.W., National Catholic School of Social Services, 1979
Licensed in Maryland and District of Columbia - Clinical Social Worker
Certified Psychodrama Trainer - American Board of Examiners
Certified Critical Incident Response Specialist by the Crisis Care Network
Former Clinician and Trainer at the National Institute of Mental Health
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