Cardinal Care Group’s Mission:
To listen, engage and educate in order to offer care, support, hope and guidance to the oppressed and marginalized; To coach therapists, counselors and clergy in an effort to encourage the highest quality of care and compassion; To provide tips and resources for individuals, caregivers, groups and organizations; To raise awareness of human rights and family related topics.
I am a caregiver coach and volunteer social worker (non-licensed student currently pursuing MSW graduate studies). I am a board certified Coach with the following specialty certifications:
Mental Health Coach, Health and Wellness Coach, Relationship (Marriage and Family) Coach and Life Coach. I earned a Mental and Behavioral Health Disorders Certification.
I specialize in providing trauma-sensitive educational materials and services.
I am always learning!
As volunteer public service, I have provided in-depth research and direct support for narcissistic abuse victims, destructive cult victims and coercive-control group victims on the micro, mezzo and macro levels since 2010.
My aim is to freely serve through evidence-based and empathic communication.
I teach and serve caregivers as well, and it is my conviction that abuse victims are best served by compassionate individuals who are experienced and armed with fact-based information. As a counter-cult activist, I actively encourage others toward ethical responses to social injustices and human rights abuses.
I also teach on topics related to gifted adults and children, the highly sensitive person (HSP), anxiety disorders and betrayal trauma healing. I strive to help others feel grounded in their empathic and intuitive nature.
Education and Books
I am thankful for the opportunity to have earned various graduate-level social science certificates and certifications from many universities including University of Michigan, Biola University and Johns Hopkins University. These classes focused on social work, social psychology, cognitive science, public health, professional life coaching, human rights, theology, philosophy, moral relativism, spiritual gifts, mental disorders and behavioral science, memory, sexual addiction, betrayal trauma, grief and more.
I am also an avid researcher and dedicated writer of investigative non-fiction books about social work initiatives. If you would like to know more about my education and experience, feel free to visit this PAGE.
Certified mental health coaches and pastoral counselors differ from licensed therapists. Please visit this PAGE for more information on this topic.
“Social work practice is a public trust that requires of its practitioners: integrity, compassion, belief in the dignity and worth of human beings, respect for individual differences, a commitment to service, and a dedication to truth.” – From the NASW News (Feb. 1961), retrieved at the NASW website (January 30, 2017)