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Talk with Dr. Joi Niles of Gwyn Consulting Services

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1. Mental/Sexual/Physical Health

2. Family/Significant Others/Partners

3. Dissertation process

4. Interventions

5. Ethics

6. Seeking Professional Help

7. Addictions

8. Stress

9. When is it time to take a break?

10. Enjoying the journey!

Talk with Dr. Joi Niles of Gwyn Consulting Services.


Dr. Joi Niles holds a Ph.D. in Public Service leadership with a concentration in social and community services. Master’s in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on school and community counseling. Licensed Professional Counselor, Provisional License Mental Health Counselor, Certified Addiction Specialist, Certified Critical Incidence Response Specialist and a Non-Violent Intervention Trainer. She has facilitated numerous didactic classes, and workshops in the area of addiction, cultural competency, ADHD, and ODD in children and adolescents. Dr. Niles developed ethical training on personal beliefs versus professional obligation.

in addition, Dr. Niles has twenty, plus years of clinical experience working with individuals, families, and groups. Specific areas of clinical experience include seven years of supervisory experience, five years working with the military, three years in a public school settings, ten years with profit and non-profit agencies, three years in medical facilities, and eight years in forensic, inpatient and outpatient psychiatric facilities. Other experience includes, harm reduction counseling, motivational interviewing, crisis intervention, conflict resolution, workshop facilitation, and military and grief debriefing counseling.