Supportive Connections is an behavioral health consulting and training agency. Specializing in trauma informed care training, crisis, critical incident stress management and behavioral health consulting. Consulting and training services include consulting for organizational change, program development, culture and climate of an organizational, organizational issues and developing strategic and tactical outcomes for success.
Tasha Browning PhD
LMHC, MH 11304, CBIS, CCTP, RYT 500, CEAP
Dr. Tasha Browning is a licensed mental health counselor specializing in holistic integrative consultation perspectives to assist organizations and individuals create meaningful change. Dr. Tasha also currently holds certifications as a Yoga teacher RYT 500, Certified Brain Injury Specialist, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Certified Employee Assistance Professional. Dr. Tasha currently is on the committee for The Comics and Popular Arts Conference (CPAC) and Bridges Project-Education Board. And is also and instructor with Walden University in the Behavioral Health Leadership Program. Dr. Tasha received her doctorate degree in Counseling Studies from Capella University, master’s degree in Counseling with a focus in Mental Health Counseling from Webster University and bachelor’s degree in Sociology from The University of South Florida. Dr. Tasha is currently completing a book on trauma sensitive yoga and somatic processing.
Claudia Pache LMHC
MA, MBA, CBIS, EDIT LEVEL 3, Certified Health Coach, RYT 200
Claudia has her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling at Webster University. Claudia is also a Certified Brain Injury Specialist and Certified Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy Level 3 Specialist. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Skidmore College. Claudia worked as a therapist intern at Kimberly’s Center where she counseled children who had experienced trauma and guided them in feeling comfortable to explore their emotions. She currently works as a therapist intern at the Refuge A Healing Place counseling individuals who have experienced trauma in addition to helping them overcome substance abuse and process addictions.
Claudia is also a Certified Health Coach. She has a passion for empowering others through knowledge and healthy coping skills and believes in channeling the mind body connection to obtain overall health goals. She employs practical lifestyle coaching methods and dietary theories to guide individuals in following the health practices that work for them and fit into their lifestyle. Claudia habla español.
Nathan Wilson is a registered mental health counselor intern with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Central Florida. He has experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings helping people with a wide variety of mental health, trauma, and emotional issues. In 2004, he became a quadriplegic as a result of a motor vehicle accident. His experience as a disabled individual makes him uniquely able to both relate to individuals with disabilities and to help them navigate the mental, emotional, social, and physical challenges daily life offers to the differently abled. Nathan has worked with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault as both a volunteer and a professional, and works to help trauma victims break the cycle through self-empowerment, trauma processing, and the development of positive coping strategies. He also has experience in career guidance and counseling.
MA, CCTP, Registered Intern
Donna M. Degrasse is a registered mental health counselor and hold a master’s degree in Counseling with an emphasis in clinical mental health from Webster University. Donna believes in empowering couples and individuals to overcome personal obstacles to improve their relationships. Using evidence-based interventions that work to repair the disconnectedness individuals feel from their mind and body. Donna is a life time member of Psi Chi International Honor Society for Psychology and the American Counseling Association. Donna is also a certified clinical trauma professional and uses her understandings of trauma effect on unhealthy relationships, emotional stress and physical stress to provide holistic approaches to mental health treatment.