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Tina Louise

LEO Lecturer II

Tina Louise

Tina Louise, MSW '10, is a member of the Western Cherokee Nation of Arkansas and Missouri. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a registered ASIST Suicide Intervention and QPR Trainer, LEO Lecturer for the University of Michigan’s School of Social, a social researcher, and avid believer in the healing power of creative communication through the arts.

Louise has served as the Director of Behavioral Healthcare and Recovery for the Department of Emotional and Spiritual Wellness at American Indian Health and Family Services in Detroit, the Project Director for the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority’s When We Work Together, Then We Are Wise “Pii Maamwinokiyaang, Miidash Nibwaakaayaang” Systems of Care Project and is a now in private practice at LOTUS PLLC in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

She specializes in work with those impacted by complex trauma, depression, suicide, anxiety, sexual assault, sexual abuse, life-transitions, caregiver fatigue, education/work/life balance, substance use, and interpersonal relationship challenges.

Education

Year Degree   School
2010 MSW Interpersonal Practice/ Mental Health University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2009 BS Psychology, Women's and Gender Studies Grand Valley State University, Allendale
Year Description
2014 Louise, T. (2014, January). ASIST suicide intervention training. Trainer at American Indian Health & Family Services, Detroit, MI.
2014 Louise, T. (2014, February). Native Americans in Detroit: Developing understanding for culturally supportive services. Madonna University Undergraduate Social Work Program, Livonia, MI.

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