The team at Inspiring Change, LLC is expanding. Many people are seeking our services who want to manage the uncertainty, increased worry and resulting symptoms of depression and anxiety that are overwhelming them as they try to establish a ‘new normal’ during this pandemic! Most of our services are delivered via HIPAA Compliant Telemental Health platforms. Some individuals and families are being seen in the office if they are able to follow our strict COVID-19 Polices and Procedures.
The response to the development of our model to treat families who are parenting children with trauma and attachment issues is immense. This therapy works! New team members may be offered the opportunity to learn our model and work alongside us as we continue to help families to thrive.
Many families are referred to us by the court system. New team members may be offered the opportunity to learn how to do home studies and assert our model of treating adults, children, adolescents, co-parents, and families to navigate the intense emotional and psychological issues related to divorce, custody and visitation.
If you think that you are detail oriented and can work independently in a fast paced environment, maintain an attitude of collaboration and humility in learning with your teammates, think outside ‘box’, value, and show respect to the people who seek our services, you may be a strong candidate.
We are looking for a Licensed Professional Counselor credentialed by private insurance and skilled in working with diverse populations to join our growing mental health outpatient practice. We would like to invite a therapist to join our team who is experienced in counseling couples, children, adolescents, and families. Send letter of introduction and resume to: [email protected].
The team at ICLLC seeks a Master level mental health clinician to join our growing mental health outpatient practice. Candidates must be skilled in working with diverse populations with an emphasis on counseling with couples, children, and families. Please send letter of introduction and resume to [email protected].
Meet Our Team
Michael Watterson is the newest addition to our team. He shares our values of celebrating diversity and asserting holistic self-care. Through individual, group and family therapies plus trainings and consultations, he strives to help others create healing environments, let go of self-destructive behaviors and practice stress reduction and self-care. Individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses, substance use disorders and the LGBTQ community have had the privilege of working with Mike throughout his career. It is a rarity to find a therapist who can take Medicare and Medicaid insurances, he also takes most private insurances. If you are interested in working with a therapist who will guide you towards self-discovery to achieve healing and recovery, click here to send Mike an email. He will contact you ASAP to answer your questions and get you started in counseling at ICLLC at your earliest convenience.
Mindyanne Berman, Ph.D. brings over thirty-five years of experience working as a certified school psychologist and mental health therapist in schools, drug and alcohol settings and other outpatient mental health arenas. Trained and experienced in a wide array of therapeutic counseling techniques, assessment and evaluation, her skills in relationship building have nurtured the personal growth of children, teens, adults, and families. Since Joining Inspiring Change, in 2019, Mindyanne has been working with Amy Swigart to increase her skills and expertise in providing services to children diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder. Well regarded in the academic, mental health and recovery communities, Mindyanne’s decision to practice exclusively with our team will benefit those who desire to live better and fuller lives. Want to learn more about working with Mindyanne? Click here to send a message to Mindyanne.
Deborah L. Gibson, B.S., M.Ed., is a Licensed Behavioral Specialist who works with children, adolescents and families. Having served in the US Marine Corps with decades of experience working in the community, she guides people towards effective communication and problem solving. In charge of our co-parenting model, she works with court ordered individuals teaching skills in managing anxiety and depression, conflict resolution, reconciliation, budget/finance, transition and grief/loss. While she is specifically trained in working with individuals who have attention deficit disorder and those who have a diagnosis in the autism spectrum, her top priority is positive emotional, psychological and physical growth for all. Click here to send Deb a message or call her at 724-256-9881. She will contact you ASAP to answer your questions or to set up an appointment.