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Betsy R. Kammerud, LCSW, LISW, CCTP

Betsy is a licensed clinical social worker with certifications in hospice and palliative care as well as working with military service members, veterans and their families. She received her B.A. from Hamline University and a M.A. from Kent State University. In 2002, Betsy returned to school and received her M.S.W. from The Ohio State University. Betsy has 17 years of experience working in a variety of clinical milieus and with individuals across the age spectrum. Knowing that one approach does not fit everyone, Betsy has training and experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Mindfulness and Acceptance Theory, as well as Continuing Bonds. Betsy has worked with individuals, couples, and groups promoting healthy perceptions of self-image and strengthening core relationships for a more complete sense of self-awareness. Betsy understands that life can be overwhelming at times and is passionate about providing a safe space for people to process all of the uncomfortable feelings that life experiences can create.  The Edel Employee Assistance Program offers up to four face-to-face sessions, per incident.  Phone sessions are available upon request.

Services are available for employees and immediate family members. All counseling services are completely confidential. There is no need for you to tell anyone, ask permission, or go through Human Resources to find help. Confidentiality in the EAP will be maintained within the rules established by federal and state law and professional ethical standards. Disclosure of information shared by the employee to any source without the prior written consent of that employee is prohibited. This means that the fact that an employee has consulted with EAP, as well the details of the conversation, are usually protected against disclosure. Back to home page.

Call 912.629.1331 or e-mail info@EdelEAP.org