If you’ve gotten this far, then our hunch is you’ve exhausted a lot of local resources. Believe it or not, that’s not a bad thing. In fact, you’re now at an important place of personal acceptance for your next set of decisions.
What makes us different? Our consultants have been in your shoes with Kids of their own who have needed help and they've personally experienced successfully navigating the therapeutic support options for their own family.
As your Therapeutic Educational Consultant, we will quickly gain an understanding of where you’ve been and where you’re trying to go. Together, you'll dig into your situation to determine what immediate life choice changes can be made.
If it makes sense, you’ll retain us to consult, advocate, and case manage the new life choices that present themselves.
Together, you'll start building a team of professionals that have your best interests in mind - a team that knows how to navigate life’s situations.
Whether you spell it backward or forwards you get LEVEL. Many of us in life strive to reach a LEVEL of 'something' - reaching a specific LEVEL is an act of rank or achievement and, in almost all cases, reaching a specific LEVEL is attributed to positive behaviors, reinforcement, confidence, and having self-satisfaction in what has been accomplished.
Mental Health Disorders and Addiction Disorders directly impact a persons identity and ability to maintain social roles. Additionally, both mental health disorders and addiction disorders affect a persons physical health.
In most all cases, to maintain good mental and physical health, sufferers of mental health disorders and addiction disorders are trying to reach a Level baseline of positivity and confidence that allows a person to have multiple days that are consistently good.
LEVEL's entire existence is to elevate a person's advocacy team such that the team consists of all the necessary players that can positively affect and support a person's mental and physical wellbeing.
My family and I have spent the past 21-years navigating therapeutic options for one of our children diagnosed with NLD, OCD, Anxiety, Depression, Executive Functioning. I've been in your shoes as a parent who has worked with school IEP's, Counselors, Therapists, and I've hired a therapeutic educational consultant to assist our family prior to becoming one myself. My family and I have lived in your shoes and I can help guide you in your process through first-hand knowledge as someone who has gone before you.
Inspired to be a difference maker, I've garnered transferable experiences from my time as a cabinet member at Nebraska Wesleyan University where I served as the Vice President of University Advancement to my time as a business entrepreneur guiding executive alignment across multiple organizational divisions.
You can find me on LinkedIn to see my full professional profile. I've been in a leadership role my entire life and my career path has now lead me to help you.
I hold a B.S. in Education degree from the University of Nebraska.
We help teens, young adults, and their families navigate all the national options that are available to support healthy life choices.
We support the following therapeutic areas:
ADD/ADHD - Executive Functioning; Boarding Schools; Adoption/Attachment Treatment Programs And Schools; Chemical Dependency Treatment Programs; College Preparatory And Junior Boarding Schools; Crisis Intervention services; LD/NLD Specialty Schools; Outdoor Adventure/Clinical Adventure Wilderness Programs; Residential Treatment Programs And Schools; Teens With Problematic Sexual Behaviors; Young Adult Transition Programs
We help chart the course and navigate the ship for your next steps by working alongside you and your therapeutic team as an advocate to provide counsel, guidance, and strategy that wisely supports healthy healing.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255
Call 911 If You Or Someone You Know Is Experiencing an Emergency
Call 211 From Your Phone To Connect To Local Support Services Or Visit www.211.org To Do The Same
ADHD / ADD and Learning Disabilities:
Borderline Personality Disorder:
Robert Friedel, MD's BPD Demystified
Co-Dependents Anonymous (CODA)
Mental Health Associations And Advocacy Groups:
Compeer (voluntary support for persons with psychiatric problems)
Mental Health Matters (articles, sources of support, volunteer opportunities)
National Empowerment Center (practical information about the recovery model and psychiatric difficulties)
Open Minds Open Doors (a progressive anti-stigma campaign that educates the public - and employers - about mental illness and legal rights)
Psychiatry Online (Priory Online Medical Journals)
SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs & Practices (research)
Special Education Law:
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Families Anonymous (FA)
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA research)