Consultation Services:

Why do mental health professionals make great consultants? To put it simply, mental health professionals study why people think, act, and behave the way they do. Psychology is a developmental science, which is uniquely suited to serve as an evidenced foundation for offering unbiased, objective, and educational consultation for varying matters concerning individual, systemic, and organizational issues. Our mental health professionals offer consultation services in the specialty areas described below, and are trained to research and develop effective, evidenced based strategies and solutions to problem prevention and resolution.

Dr. Mary Kathryn Rodrigue offers consultation services to individuals, systems, and businesses surrounding issues related to mental health practice/business matters, psychosocial oncology, loss/grief, and nonprofit organization and development.

Katie Fetzer (Doctoral Candidate) offers consultation services to individuals, systems and businesses surrounding issues related to mental health practice/business matters, multiculturalism, discrimination and racial matters, crisis/trauma, and mental health concerns within educational systems.

Want to know more? Let us know, we’ll draft a proposal, meet, have coffee and shake hands (We promise no boring power point presentations).