Mary McNeish Stengel
I am a licensed clinical social worker and have worked with families and children for over 25 years. My areas of expertise include treating trauma, mood disorders, attachment and parenting issues. For the past four years, I have worked as a Collaborative interdisciplinary team member in the roles of coach (dual and single model) and child specialist.
The decision to engage in the collaborative divorce process is a courageous one that requires doing the difficult emotional work up front so that children and adults can benefit in the long run. I am passionate about tapping into my collective experience in these areas to be a resource to collaborative teams and to the couples who have chosen this dignified and respectful path.
305 W. Chesapeake Avenue|
Towson MD 21204 USA
|Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Cum Laude, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.
Masters of Social Work, The University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
|Licensed Certified Social Worker, Clinical|
|Type Of Practice|
|In 2007 Alice Dansker Doyle, Esq. and I established Collaborative Training Solutions, LLC for the purpose of providing basic and second tier, advanced Collaborative Practice training programs throughout the country. We put together trainings in response to requests, including working on behalf of clients to identify and arrange venues and food, access and negotiate rates for trainers, market the training, apply for CLE's and anything else groups might need to have a quality Collaborative training experience. Both Ali and I also train Collaborative practitioners at the basic and advanced level.|
|Two Day Basic Collaborative
Two Day Basic Multidisciplinary
Advanced Trainings including, but not limited to the areas of: child development, team-building, self-care for professionals, neutral facilitation,working with challenging people|
|Collaborative Training Attended|
|November, 2006, Two Day Basic, Sheri Goren Slovin,
December, 2006, Parenting Coordiantion: Working with High Conflict Families, Robin Deutsch
October, 2007, Advanced Interdisciplinary
Collaborative Training Lauren Alexander, Robert Bordette, Marsha Schectman
April, 2008, Basic Mediation for Collaborative Professionals, Barbara Blake Williams
September, 2008, Advanced Business/Civil Applications of Collaborative Practice, Douglas Reynolds/Susan Miller
September, 2008, Advanced Interdisciplinary- Communication and Impasse Rita Pollack/Cathy Heenan
October, 2008, IACP Forum Advanced Training for Trainers Diane Diehl, et. al.
November, 2008, Advanced Mediation Marital Property, Cecelia Paisz
December, 2008, Advanced Mediation Child Access Cecelia Paisz
January, 2009, Advanced Ethics Training, Suzanne Bruntsing
|Collaborative Training Offered|
|September, 2008, Advanced Business/Civil-Role of the Coach, Douglas Reynolds/Susan Miller/Mary Stengel, Ellicott City, MD
October, 2008, IACP Forum-Significant Multifaceted Role of the One Coach Neutral, Mary Stengel/Barbara Hummel, New Orleans, LA
December, 2008, Advanced Mediation (Child Development Module), Cecelia Paisz/Mary Stengel, Owings Mills, MD
January, 2009, Two Day Basic Multidisciplinary, Jolie Weinberg/Mary Stengel/Karen May, Annapolis, MD
January, 2009, Two Day Basic Multidisciplinary, Suzanne Brunsting/Mary Stengel/Karen May, Annapolis, MD
January, 2009, Advanced Training Ethics, Panel Participant w/ Suzanne Brunsting, Darcy Schoop, Karen May, Ellicott City, MD
January, 2009, Ages and Stages-Child Development Considerations in Collaborative, Mary Stengel, Towson, MD
April, 2009, Self-Care for the Collaborative Professional, Mary Stengel/Ali Doyle, Towson, MD
May, 2009, Working form a Strengths-Based Perspective in Collaborative Cases, Mary Stengel, Hancock, MA
September, 2009, Two Day Basic Multidisciplinary, Jolie Weinberg, Esq., Karen May, Financial, Mary Stengel, Towson, MD
December, 2009, Two Day Basic Multidisciplinary, Margaret Oliver, Esq., Toni Wander,Financial, Mary Stengel, Perrysburg, Ohio
February, 2010, Two Day Basic Multidisciplinary, Margaret Oliver, Esq., Scott Holzman, Phd.,Cynthia Zagorski, Financial, Mary Stengel, Towson, MD
I've Been Trained, Now What do I Doz Mary Stengel, |
|Suzanne Brunsting, Esq.
Andrew Fotanella, Esq.
Barbara Hummel, LCPC
Alice Dansker Doyle, Esq.
All my references'ontact info can be found by searching for them on the IACP website. Please feel free to contact me if you need assistance with a locating a reference.|
|I have reviewed the IACP Minimum Standards for Collaborative Practitioners and the IACP Ethical Standards for Collaborative Professionals. I verify that I meet the IACP Minimum Standards for Collaborative Practitioners and that I apply the IACP Ethical Standards for Collaborative Professionals in my collaborative practice.|
|I have reviewed the IACP Minimum Standards for Collaborative Trainers I verify that I am a Collaborative Practice trainer who meets those Minimum Standards.|
|I have reviewed the IACP Minimum Standards for a Collaborative Basic Training. I verify that the basic training that I offer as a Collaborative Practice trainer meets those Minimum Standards.|