Wendy B. Sullivan, LMSW is a clinical social worker experienced in the mental health, family therapy, neurological disorders and disabilities fields. At the Epilepsy Foundation of Rochester, Syracuse and Binghamton, Wendy provides counseling and intensive behavior care to individuals who have experience brain injuries and their family. Wendy spent over 11 years at the National MS Society’s (NMSS) Upstate New York Chapter where she facilitated many groups, developed educational programs and provided individual and family counseling.
A NMSS special projects consultant, Wendy co-authored and coached the NMSS electronic Solution Focused Conversation course. In addition, she co-authored a chapter in Multiple Sclerosis. (Rumrill R. Ed.), contributed to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Family Programs Manual and NMSS Physical Education Manual and authored three poster presentations at the International Consortium of MS Centers Annual Meetings. At the Upstate New York Chapter, Wendy also conducted an extensive self help group evaluation project.
Her clinical experience is varied and includes group facilitation in the M.E.N.S. domestic violence program, individual, family and group psychotherapy at the University of Rochester’s Strong Hospital Intensive Day Treatment program, substance abuse counseling in the US Army, community based case management for individuals with chronic mental illness, psycho-educational and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction groups at the National MS Society (NMSS) and currently facilitates a group for parents of adults with brain injuries and a community Mindful Meditation Group.
Wendy was adjunct faculty at the Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Social Work. Wendy is also a Board member of the Rochester Area Group Psychotherapy Society.
You may contact Wendy Sullivan via e-mail.