SuEllen Hamkins, MD is a psychiatrist and author. SuEllen’s passion is helping people cultivate their values and strengths in the face of challenges and difficulties. Her work centers on three main areas: narrative therapeutic practices, college student mental health and mother-daughter relationships. She is Assistant Director of the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry UMass Chan Medical School. SuEllen is a co-founder of The Mother-Daughter Project, and has created a series of videos on helping mothers and daughter thrive. Her most recent book is The Art of Narrative Psychiatry, published by Oxford University Press, 2013. As a faculty member of Reauthoring Teaching, SuEllen gave the 2015 workshop, Working with people facing severe and persistent problems, and presented at the Collab Salon on Working with People Who are Living with Serious and Relentless Problems or Mental Health Challenges.
You must be logged in to post a comment.