Resume of Nancy Ebbert, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2012-Present SUGARLOAF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY ASSOCIATES, GERMANTOWN, MD
Provide psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, families and groups.
Provide EAP assessments, brief counseling, and referrals.
2010-2013 VESTA INC., community mental health clinic; Germantown, MD
Provide psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, families and groups.
2009-2010 2009 to VESTA INC., CLINICAL INTERNSHIP, Germantown, MD
Provided psychiatric rehabilitation services to chronically mentally ill as well as psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, families and groups.
2006-2011 MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY
Contractor and volunteer, answered supportive listening hotline providing crisis intervention and referrals for callers.
1995-2009 HOMESCHOOL EDUCATOR
Coordinated homeschooling co-op programs,
Facilitated workshop series for homeschool parents returning to workforce.
1979-1992 Previous career as a MANAGER WITH ILLINOIS STATE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES working with natural resources and energy issues.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSE, CERTIFICATIONS, and MEMBERSHIPS
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, State of Maryland. Awarded June 2012
American Counseling Association
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors of Maryland
EDUCATION
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland M.S., Clinical Counseling, 2010
University of Illinois, Springfield, Illinois M.A., Environmental Studies, 1979
Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois B.A., Environmental Studies, 1975
CONTINUING EDUCATION
“Level 2 Intensive Training: Deepening and Expanding with The Internal Family Systems Model of Therapy,” Chris Burris, MFT and Sarah Stewart, PsyD; December 4-8, 2017; 32 hours

“The Art and Science of Presence,” Daniel Siegel, MD; Psychotherapy Networker Symposium; March 25, 2017; 4 hours

“The Ethical Dilemmas No One Talks About,” Mary Jo Barrett, MSW; Psychotherapy Networker Symposium; March 25, 2017, 4 hours

“Personalizing Meditation Practice,” John Borysenko, PhD; Psychotherapy Networker Symposium; March 24, 2017; 4 hours

“The Art of Self-Compassion,” Chris Germer, PhD; Psychotherapy Networker Symposium; March 23, 2017; 5.5 hours

“Assessment, Research Update and treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents,” Jewish Social Service Agency, April 19, 2016; 3 hours

“Irritability, Bipolar Disorder, Severe Mood Dysregulation and Disruptive Mood Dysregulation in Children and Youth,” Jewish Social Service Agency, February 23, 2016; 3 hours

 “Internal Family Systems Level 3 Training,” The Center for Self-Leadership, November 15-19, 2015; 30 hours

 “Internal Family Systems Level 2 Intensive Training: IFS, Trauma and Neuroscience”; The Center for Self-Leadership; January 4-8, 2015; 32 hours

“The Internal Family Systems Training: Module 2″; The Center for Self-Leadership; July 19-25, 2014; 40 hours.”The Internal Family Systems Training: Module 1″; The Center for Self-Leadership; February 16-22, 2014; 40 hours.

“Introduction to Internal Family Systems Therapy”; Wiseheart Leadership Initiative; April 19-21, 2013; 20 hours.

“Bridging the Couple Chasm: Gottman Couples Therapy: A New Resource-Based Approach, Level 1″; PESI; June 12-14, 2013; 12 hours.

“Workplace Trauma—a Clinician’s Guide to Understanding the Impact and How to Respond,” Adventist Behavioral Health; June 28, 2012; 3 hours

“DBT—Not Just for the Borderline,” The Resource Group Counseling and Education Center; Feb. 2 & 3, 2012; Towson, MD; 12 hours.
“Introduction to DBT in Clinical Practice—Effective Tools You Can Use with your Clients Today,” Metro DC DBT Consortium; Oct. 21, 2011; Rockville, MD; 3 hours
“New Perspectives on Practice—the Road to Clinical Excellence,” Psychotherapy Networker; Oct. 10, 2011; 6 hours
“Paper Tiger Paranoia—Transforming the Fearful Brain,” Rick Hanson, PhD; Washington, DC; March 25, 2011; 4 hours
“A Day in the Life—Therapy That Fits the New Facts of Adolescence,” Ron Taffel, PhD; Washington, DC; March 26, 2011; 4 hours
“The Attuned Couple—the Art of Being There for Each Other,” John Gottman, PhD; Washington, DC; March 27, 2011; 4 hours