Charlene Richard


Charlene Richard B.S.W., M.S.W, RSW.
I am a Registered Clinical Social Worker trained as a Behavioral Health Threapist.

I provide online behavioral therapy for people in North America who want coping strategies for managing stress, anxiety, panic attacks, perfectionism, boundaries, emotional eating and ADHD.

I also provide online behavioral classes for people around the world on topics such as mindfulness, anxiety, stress, emotional intelligence.

I am the founder of Caring Safely™ an online group coaching program for health care and helping professionals to reduce and prevent Compassion Fatigue and Burnout.

I completed my Master of Social Work Degree at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario specializing in clinical work with individuals, families and groups. My Bachelor of Social Work Degree was completed through the University of Manitoba. Throughout these degree programs I received over 1500 hours of clinically supervised experience.

Continued education, training and certification in various modalities were obtained including:

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Teacher Training
Advanced Motivational Interviewing, Canadian Mental Health Association
Concurrent Disorders, Canadian Mental Health Association
Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator and Therapist – Traumatology Institute Toronto
CBT for Trauma Recovery – Traumatology Institute Toronto
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator – Qualified Interpreter – Psychometrics Canada
Grief Recovery Specialist – The Grief Recovery Institute
Gottman Method for Couples Therapy Level 1 – The Gottman Institute
Life Coach – Institute for Life Coach Training

Where to find Charlene Richard online

Where to buy in print


The Art of Saying NO with Grace and Respect
Price: Free! Words: 5,170. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Confidence & self-esteem, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Women's health
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Do you have a bit of an internal freak out when you are invited somewhere that you really don’t want to go, but you don’t know how to say “no’? I bet your heart rate goes up and you start to breath quickly because you are dreading that awkward conversation where you try to say “no” without hurting the other person’s feelings. Learn how to manage your internal freak out and how to say no.

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