Healing Shame Directory Of Certified Practitioners
Disclaimer: This professional directory can help you locate a Healing Shame Practitioner. We cannot make assurances that any individual would be suitable for the needs of a particular individual. A listing in this directory does not constitute an endorsement of any particular person. It reflects their completion of a training program in Healing Shame - Lyon/Rubin Method. Therefore, we cannot be held responsible for the actions and abilities of any person listed here. Nor are we claiming or guaranteeing the credentials listed here, other than that the Practitioner has completed a full training program in Healing Shame with Bret Lyon and Sheila Rubin or has the equivalent experience. Not all of those listed are licensed mental health professionals. Practitioners have listed their credentials, including licensure, in their individual listings at their sole responsibility, and we are not in any way guaranteeing their accuracy. Users of this directory understand and agree that the Healing Shame program is neither liable nor responsible for any actions of those using or choosing to list in this directory.
PENNSYLVANIA – Greensburg
Rose Marie Nehls, LCSW
82 Huff Avenue, Suite B
Greensburg, PA 15601
Phone: (724) 836-1600
Fax: (724) 836-2700
I have been honored to work with Bret and Sheila in learning the techniques that are absolutely necessary in true, deep healing. In my work as a therapist for 20 years, I never realized how shame work is a huge missing piece in helping my clients achieve inner piece, harmony with self, and to realize their true self. Unpacking toxic shame allows a person to realize the necessity to understanding healthy shame. All of this provides internal connectedness, which allows the person to come outside of themselves and to attach more deeply with those around them and the world in general. This would not be possible without unpacking the toxic shame. I am certified in EMDR and AEDP (level 3), but learning shame work with Bret and Sheila has taken me to a whole new level. By externalizing the shame using psychodrama techniques, the client is able to give the toxic shame back to whom it truly belongs. This frees the client of the burden that was never theirs, and can then discover their core self.