Tammy Daniele, LCSW, received her Master’s degree in social work from George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. After graduation, Tammy helped to develop the Early Emotional Development Program at Washington University School of Medicine. Tammy has almost two decades of helping clients create their own silver linings when life has been challenging and difficult. Past clinical experience includes work with depression, anxiety, sex addiction, life transitions, grief and divorce issues. Tammy also works with individuals and families to help them effectively deal with the effects of divorce and educates parents on how to minimize the impact of divorce. She received her mediation training from Northwestern University and provides mediation services pre and post-decree. Tammy has presented on divorce issues and child development to parents, students, attorneys and judges and helps parents write Joint Parenting Agreements that are effective and child focused. Tammy is the author of “I Love You Penelope Rose”, a children’s book about divorce. She is also a business consultant for Uncommon Practices and is the founder of www.findthemiracle.com, a website for warrior parents. In her spare time, Tammy enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, running, and finding the right combination of ingredients for the perfect green smoothie. Tammy and her husband Chris have two children and a rescued wonder-dog, Juniper.
Frank Daniele, LCSW, received his Master’s degree in social work from Jane Addams Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Illinois in Chicago. After receiving his degree, Frank worked in the child welfare system in Illinois and in healthcare settings with children and their families. Frank’s clinical experience includes work with children and adolescents in regards to depression, separation and loss, divorce, anxiety and adjustment disorders. Frank specializes in work with adolescents and adults experiencing difficulty adjusting to life transitions. Frank also has an extensive background working with individuals with special needs. In his spare time, Frank enjoys spending time with family and friends, being the family comedian and golfing. Frank and his wife, Margaret, have three adult children.
Shelygan Keeley received her Master’s in Counseling from Argosy University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor and a Certified Domestic Violence Professional. She has over a decade of working with children, adolescents and their families. Shelygan has expertise in child development, domestic violence and crisis intervention. Her experience and compassion for individuals who have experienced trauma and adversity make her a uniquely qualified and talented clinician. Shelygan is a native of Brazil and speaks English, Portuguese and Spanish. In her free time, Shelygan enjoys spending time with family, friends, taking her daughter to new places and video chatting with her family in Brazil.
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