Melanie Scott, LMFT
Amanda Mowbray, LMFT
Clinical Best Practice Institute partners with Collaborative Counseling Institute to provide support, training and networking opportunities to behavioral health professionals in Arizona as well as quality counseling services to clients.
Collaborative Counseling Institute prioritizes relationship building not only with clients but with colleagues and providers in other disciplines as well.
Jade Rice, LMFT
Jade facilitates trainings in person and online for Clinical Best Practice Institute focused on therapy modalities, supervision, and ethics. Clinically, Jade specializes in trauma focused services, family therapy, and managing safety concerns. As a supervisor, Jade specializes in ethics and boundaries and the monitoring of behavioral health professionals with a wide range of experience and training. She is an AAMFT approved supervisor and currently owns Blooming Clematis Therapy & Consulting.
Sammy Skinner, LPC
Sammy is an openly queer therapist who is passionate about supporting clients in the LGBTQ+ community and the clinicians who serve them. She facilitates in person and online trainings for Clinical Best Practice Institute focused on strengthening the skills of clinicians to better support LGBTQ+ clients. Sammy currently owns Kaleidoscope Hearts Counseling, LLC, where she provides therapy and professional consultations. Sammy’s professional profile can be found on Psychology Today and she can be contacted directly via email at Sammy@KaleidoscopeHeartsCounseling.com
Casey Heinsch, LMFT
Casey Heinsch is the Co-Owner of the Family Connections and Learning Center. She provides in-person and online training for Clinical Best Practice Institute focused on supporting families and couples who have one or multiple members who are ADHD, gifted, autistic, twice-exceptional, and/or dyslexic. She guides professionals to become neurodivergent-affirming with several therapeutic tool kits. Casey's unique approach in her practice focuses on supporting systemic regulation in families through the Polyvagal Theory and attachment interventions that are affirming for all the family members.