Engage Educate Empower episode 5 with Michael Giresi

Mike Giresi, Director of Clinical Development at Family First Adolescent Services

Mike found his passion for helping others through his own journey of healing and recovery. He started his career in the mental health field working with adult clients who suffered from complex trauma and PTSD, as well as chemical and process addictions. He has since traveled to India to study and become certified in Yoga and Meditation. Mike is a Florida Certified Addiction Counselor and an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Mike is also a nationally Certified Trauma Professional through Spirit2Spirit Trauma Healing and a certified NeuroAffective Relational Model™ (NARM™) Practitioner, Consultant and Training Assistant through the NARM Training Institute. As a Training Assistant for the NARM Training Institute, Mike travels the country to help teach clinicians the NARM™ approach to working with issues stemming from attachment, relational and developmental trauma. In addition, Mike is a national speaker and educator on the topics of developmental trauma, addiction and adolescent treatment.

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