I am here to help you get to where you want to be in your life, relationships and business. I find that most people have a sense of where they want to be and where they don’t. My approach is to help you put these ideas in the middle of the room and turn them to see the different facets. The ultimate goal is for you to pick a side and develop a plan to make it real for you.
You have no doubt heard about mind/body/spiritual strategies and about the need to be in balance. I think we can take a look at these ideas and develop a plan that uses the right realm or strength for the job. Sometimes lack of changes in chronic conditions is a result of focusing on the wrong tool for the job. I can help you keep the in balance by using the right strengths to finally effectively make needed positive changes.
You test drive your cars so I think you ought to test drive your counselor too. We should meet for an initial visit, free of charge or obligation. My goal is to listen to your concerns, needs, and complaints and then we can discuss some directions to go. If you think I can be of help, we can reschedule. If not, I can help you come up with a plan B.
Dwayne Stone, MS has been in the behavioral health field for the past 29 years. He is one of the few private practice clinicians with expertise in and a willingness to work with folks with psychosis, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Most recently he is featured in the upcoming documentary “Crazywise” that promises to be a change agent in the treatment of mental illness here in the United States. He has experience as case manager, counselor, supervisor and in administrative positions such as resource manager and program manager in community mental health programs in Oregon, Missouri and Washington. He received his M.S. from Southern Oregon University. He developed and teaches “Virtual Parenthood,” a post-divorce and parenting program. He has spoken to thousands of individuals throughout his career through his workshops and seminars on parenting, relationships, crisis intervention and working with the mentally ill. He has taught Mental Health First Aid courses in Washington and in Hawaii. He teaches and values living by the Japanese proverb “Fall seven times, Stand up eight.”
Dwayne Stone ReachesSeattle WA