Blythe Landry, LCSW, M.Ed.
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Blythe Landry, LCSW, M.Ed.,

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Languages: English
Feeling overwhelmed? Isolated? Nowhere to turn? Empowering therapist and published author working with crisis from grief, loss and chronic pain to help you heal now.
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Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Masters of Social Work (Loyola University Chicago) Masters of Education (Loyola University Chicago) Bachelors of Communications (Louisiana State University)

My Expert Service

I am a dual-mastered clinician and published author who currently treats clients and families struggling with addictions, grief/tragic loss, and other life transitions (divorce, job change/loss, move, pet loss, etc.) I believe that nobody's story is too painful to be heard or healed. Contact me, and you'll realize that your story matters and you are no longer alone. I practice under the belief that wherever there is breathe, there IS HOPE, and I treat my clients accordingly. No matter what your current crisis or challenge, I will be honored to listen and to respond in a way that empowers you to help yourself find the freedom and happiness you desire.

Experience & Qualifications

I am a dual mastered MSW and M.Ed who also practices as an advanced LCSW. My M.Ed. was obtained in December of 2001 from Loyola University Chicago and my MSW was obtained in May 2005, also from Loyola University Chicago. My undergraduate degree is in communications. I work as a private practitioner/therapist with individuals and couples. I have been a professional presenter at the Hines VA training staff on issues of veterans and grief/loss/trauma. I also work directly as a clinician with people who have lost loved ones to suicide. I have published over 40 articles and am the author of 101 Substance Abuse Recovery Tips.

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by DaVita on Apr 3 2014
Very, very awesome, wonderful woman!

by karaiowa on Mar 9 2014

by please. thank you. sorry. on Mar 3 2014
you are weird lady. But my vitamins are Safe. only now they are not here. And you are wrong this time...nothing abnormal. I was rebuilding the body I killed. just enough so keep it Good. And you are Wrong. Now my pills Gone :(

by nobody_nowhere on Feb 3 2014

by FINE.we are. on Feb 3 2014
sorry. i could not stay. I dont know whats wrong with my drink. It feels toxic. but silly. i dont know. i trust myself. and there was more in that than liquid concentrace and wild oregano oil and dulse flakes...but no taste of anything at all. And i can usually taste even "tasteless" Benefiber...sorry. I am just a mess of worry and yet i do think i have valid reason...only not able with the pre-existing DID...even to stay enough make a doctor help me :( im starting from scratch. rule out the toxin. ill let you know. because all the things i put in that drink last night are not/were not a problem even last night...and dont believe anyone could possibly mutate that quickly?

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