I Think You Deserve This
Episode 83 of The Path to Authenticity features a conversation with Dr. Chantelle Thomas, clinical psychologist and Executive Clinical Director of The Manor, in Slinger, Wisconsin. Hear Dr. Thomas talk about her life and career and how she came to her life’s work. To hear part two, click here.
The Manor, a residential facility in Wisconsin, specializing in the treatment of addiction and trauma. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in health psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and shaped the development of a specialty substance abuse consultation clinic targeting high risk and vulnerable populations within the UW department of family medicine. Dr. Thomas has actively participated in novel clinical research targeting mood and trauma related disorders with UW over the last six years. Additionally, she provides trauma therapy and advocacy to victims of violent crime through the district attorney’s office in Madison. With specialized training in chronic health conditions and a certification in biofeedback, she is able to bring a body-based lens to the healing and stabilization of chronic pain, trauma, and substance abuse related disorders.
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