Louise Stanger, Ed.D, LCSW, CDWF. CIP
Louise Stanger received her Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh, Master’s in Social Work from San Diego State College and Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of San Diego.
Dr. Stanger has over thirty years of experience as a college professor, researcher with over 5 million dollars of government grants and licensed clinician, working with families and individuals who experience substance abuse and mental health disorders. She serves as the Director of All About Interventions and as the Director of Clinical Relations at Intervention Specialists. She has been performing Collaborative Interventions with families since 1980. Louise continues to explore the efficacy of treatment strategies such as Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral, Solution Focused Coaching, Family Systems and 12-Step Facilitation.
Louise serves as the President of Sydney D. Holland Foundation, which focuses on helping at risk populations and substance abuse issues. She is a mentor of MINT Trainers and currently teaches at San Diego State University’s Interwork Institute of Human Behavior, Theories of Counseling and Solution Focused Counseling. She is a catastrophic loss counselor and had the privilege of working with the New York Fire Department and widows of 9-11 through Widow Source.
Dr. Stanger was recently honored at Foundation Recovery Network’s 2014 Moments of Change, as the “FAN FAVORITE SPEAKER”, in West Palm Beach, Florida.
With tireless energy she continues to contribute to the field through clinical interventions, family recovery coaching, training and research. Louise is grateful and loves the energy and collaborative spirit shown by the professional recovery community in their goals to reduce the harm associated with substance abuse.
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