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Dr. Brandi Eijsermans

Practice Name: Optimal Wellness Global | 
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Cogntive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), CBT for Sleep (CBT-I), Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), SMART Recovery, Humanistic Therapy, Evidence-Based Practices, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Health Psychology, Loss and Bereavement, Identity Development, Adjustment, Cultural Adjustment, Acculturation, Repatriation, Life Stage Transitions
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Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Child Therapy, Psychological Evaluation - Developmental, Psychoeducational, Behavioral
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U.S. Licensed Clinical Psychologist, WA #PSY60546878
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Address:
LUZERN - LiLi Centre - Alpenquai 40A, ROOT - D4 Office a la Carte - D4 Business Village Luzern - Platz 4, Building 3, Floor 1, ZUG - Haeller Business Offices - Poststrasse 24 (Near Metalli)

Phone No.:+41764980646

Available Time:Tues (Zug) 8:30-21, Wed (Luzern) 8:30-21, Thu (Zug) 8:30-21, Mon/Fri AM and Sat - Upon need

Submission Date:March 20, 2019

Expertise

Researcher and practitioner with expertise in individuals and families living outside their country of origin to help them find optimal wellness in their global lifestyle. American trained clinical psychologist providing assessment and psychological support as a native English speaker. Coordinator, advisor, community builder and mental health advocate for sustainable systemic collaboration and integrative mental health care. Interest Contributions: – Sustainable Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) and Social Skills Group development for children and adolescents – Bring SMART recovery and DBT offerings for development of Intensive Outpatient Care – Sharing training in Trauma-informed care and Mental Health First-Aid (MHFA) – Addressing credentialing and licensing gaps that keep out highly-skilled mental health providers – Increase community screening for early intervention, postpartum depression, anxiety, depression, suicidality