About Linda Schiller, MSW, LICSW
Linda Schiller is a graduate of Boston University School of Social Work and is a licensed independent clinical social worker. Following years of agency work with trauma survivors, adolescents, and community mental health, she established a private practice beginning in 1987. Her twenty year academic career includes appointments as professor of social work at Regis College, and subsequently at Boston University, teaching group work and clinical practice. She has published numerous articles, book chapters, and audiotapes, and is a sought after speaker in the fields of trauma and dissociation, dreamwork and imagery, mindfulness and spirituality, energy psychology, and group work.
Linda has received extensive training in many alternative psycho-spiritual and body-oriented fields of practice. Her alternative practices include training or certification in EMDR, TAT, EFT, NLP, HBLU, IFS, AEDP, Dreamwork, Hypnotherapy, Reiki, Brain Gym, Sensory-motor integration, Enneagram, and Shamanic healing. Linda is familiar with the neuro-psychology of trauma and is able to incorporate healing methods that address the neural patterns laid down in the brain by trauma and stress.
Areas of specialization include trauma and dissociation, grief and loss, life transitions, anxiety and depression, and spiritual direction.