Ms. Audrey ONeal MS. MHC-LP

Counselor
Audrey ONeal

Credentials: License

Institution: New York State Department of Education

Certification: MHC-LP

Certification Year: 2015

Institution: Walden University

Graduated: 2015

Audrey O'Neal is a Mental Health Counselor experienced in working with a variety of diagnoses including Schizophrenia, autism spectrum disorders, PTSD, Eating Disorders, ADHD, substance abuse disorders, depression, anxiety particularly among women with a history of incarceration.She employs a variety of theoretical perspectives in individual, family and group therapy sessions with a specialization in trauma.

She is also a Certified Family Trauma Professional with the International Association of Trauma Professionals

Books Audrey has Published

Born in the Land of the Tango: A Memoir

Audrey O'Neal explores her cultural roots from the 16th century Basque country witch trials to her Afro-Indian roots. The book delves into identity politics and the author teaches individuals how she integrated her multi-cultural past to make the most out of life. The collection of life stories is drawn from the author's experiences and research.

Articles Audrey has Published
Benefits of Group Work
Benefits of Group Work

Group Cohesion As a counselor, I think group counseling can be invaluable. Corey, Corey & Corey (2010) noted counseling groups can provide a short-term, valuable solution- focused approach that can »

Group Cohesion As a counselor, I think group counseling can be invaluable. Corey, Corey & Corey (2010) noted counseling groups can provide a short-term, valuable solution- focused approach that can be very helpful. For example, the researchers pointed out schools often integrate counseling groups for certain situations such as for the purpose of providing psychoeducation, or to help facilitate..

Ms. Audrey ONeal · June 19th, 2017

Ms. Audrey ONeal · June 19th, 2017

Creating Art to Help Heal Trauma
Creating Art to Help Heal Trauma

Creating Art to Help Heal Trauma I was listening to a podcast one day which proved to be of particular interest to me as I am a creative writer and performing artist and often use expressive writing in »

Creating Art to Help Heal Trauma I was listening to a podcast one day which proved to be of particular interest to me as I am a creative writer and performing artist and often use expressive writing in my groups. I was curious to see how Mary Stephanou uses the arts to heal trauma in individuals. What was moving is that she works with youth who have been excluded from admission to traditional schools..

Ms. Audrey ONeal · June 19th, 2017

Ms. Audrey ONeal · June 19th, 2017