We are a unique fellowship of women in the addiction field, devoted to providing networking opportunities, professional development and support to our members.
Our mission and vision is to promote female leadership and excellence in the addiction industry.
Click the buttons to the right to learn more about us, our schedule of upcoming meetings, and how to become a member.
Click HERE and save the date for the WAAT 2017 Conference.
We have a few slots left for presenters. Click HERE to find out more.
WAAT's membership is comprised of Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Addiction Specialists, Interventionists, Life Coaches, Treatment and Sober Living Centers, and more.
If you, or someone close to you, is struggling with addiction and seeking assistance, let our membership reach out to you. Click the button to the right to search for individuals, organizations, and other support resources, all nearby to you.
Currently in private practice, I see adults (18+) for individual psychotherapy. In addition, I provide psychological testing and assessment for adults (18+). With 24 years of experience working in the field of mental health and addiction, I bring a
unique breadth of experience and knowledge to my work founded on a combination of exemplary and diverse professional training, employment and personal experience. I have worked with adolescents and adults in: voluntary and involuntary psychiatric hospitals; residential and outpatient centers for addiction and co-occurring disorders; public mental health; community mental health; non-profit charity for music entertainment professionals.
I have been fortunate to have worked at: Promises, PCH, Visions, Harmony Place, Musicares, Mills College, The Wright Institute, Kaiser Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital to name a few. As a co-founder of WAAT, it has been my privilege to see the organization grow, connecting women and resources in the field of addiction.