Who I Am

I am a private practice group owner in Charlotte, NC. I started my practice, Caladrius Therapy, after I had my daughter and had had it with the quality of life for clinicians and clients in the typical agency and the inaccessibility of many private practices for your typical American. I wanted to create a space where anyone could come and feel important and cared for. Then I expanded to stretch that vision to clinicians. I want people who work for me to be happy, have amazing work/life balance, a livable (or higher) wage, and feel like we are a team working together towards a common mission.

Now I want to help others to do the same. We do not have to accept low pay and poor working conditions as a field. Clients do not have to accept having only one or two options for speciality care. I can help you care for clients better while caring for yourself.

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Stuff I Do

I offer training, consultation, and clinical supervision for interns and provisionally licensed therapists.

  • Training

  • Consultation

  • Supervision

  • Coaching

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Trainings

Billing Basics for Practice Owners

Want to do your own billing? Want to effectively supervise a biller? Want to know when to start outsourcing your billing? Our training offers basic knowledge on how to bill, how to know if your biller is doing a good job, and the things every practice owner needs to know about their own billing- even if they hire a biller.

Time Management for Therapists

Learn effective tools for time management and task completion at the outpatient or in-home service delivery model. Available for group training for Intensive In Home providers in an agency setting.

Use of Self

Transference and Countertransference are always in the room when therapy is occuring. Learn to examine your own biases, think about biases you may not have considered before, and how to effectively challenge your own biases to become a better therapist.

Psychosis Basics

Psychosis is one of the most stigmatized mental health symptoms that exists. Lets reduce the stigma by increasing education around this needed area of care. This training will go through the basic symptoms of psychosis, both positive and negative symptoms and how it relates to diagnoses of schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, and related diagnoses. It will explore both barriers to care at the outpatient level, when it is appropriate, and how to set safety nets in place for quality care. It will explore ethical dilemmas in treatment of psychosis including involuntary commitment, involuntary medication, diagnosis in childhood, and guardianship.

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