MaryLynn Barrett, LCSW
Mary Lynn Barrett has dual master’s degrees in social work and public health from the University of Washington. Ms. Barrett works at Western North Carolina as Behavioral Medicine faculty in a Family Practice Residency Program. Her Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM) training has allowed her to not only explain the physical and emotional effects of chronic stress and trauma in the body but to teach medical providers specific skills to ameliorate those effects and build the resiliency of their patients. Ms. Barrett has training in Somatic Experiencing, CBT modalities, Object Relations and insight oriented therapies. She has particular interest in neuroaffective modalities. She is fluent in Spanish. Ms. Barrett has conducted research about using TRM skills with Family Practice Residency Training and has presented at the Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Conferences.
Stephanie Citron, PhD
Stephanie Citron, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in the private practice of psychotherapy, supervision and consultation in Asheville, NC. , specializing in treatment of trauma, women’s health, and couples' issues. She is a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) and a certified Imago Relationship Therapist. A faculty member in the community residency programs (out of University of NC-Chapel Hill) in both Family Practice and OB-GYN, she taught residents behavioral medicine for 10 years. She has been privileged to train TRM skills to Haitian health workers in Haiti over the last two years since the 2010 earthquake.