Connie Nesbary is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Limited Licensed Psychologist in Michigan. Over the past two decades, she has worked with hundreds of clients in recovering from post-trauma stress from a wide range of circumstances (abuse survivors, veterans and others). She has specialized training as a Star Behavioral Health Provider to work with military veterans.
Ms. Nesbary has spoken widely at national and statewide conferences, college classes, and local events. She has done radio and TV interviews on topics of domestic violence, trauma recovery, and professional ethics. She has served on many statewide and local boards and testified for legislation and programs that assist in resolving issues of trauma in our world.
In September of 2017, Connie produced and released a 4-hour radio documentary called “Criminal Sexual Conduct: What Needs to Change?” This documentary was funded by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and was aired across the United States.
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Connie currently volunteers with a local suicide prevention committee and loves to mentor others in achieving their goals. She also loves traveling, music, advocacy work and spending time with family.