Ashley Maclin, LMSW
Are you looking for a mental health professional that is unapologetically real and authentic? One that is down-to-earth and easy to relate to? Who uses holistic evidence-based, data collection methods to better understand the experiences of clients; to elicit insight into how interventions may alter services to support client's goals?
Are you seeking a mental health professional that can empathize with the harsh realities of intersecting and overlapping social identities that become a target within your workplace environment?
Have you been feeling worn out dealing with the long-term experiences of oppression and marginalization?
Are you looking to learn new skills that you can use on your own to cope with intense emotional work-related experiences, that will leave you feeling empowered and then can also be used during other stressful life situations?
U.S. Mental Health Statistics on Employees and Employers
60% of Americans have experienced or witnessed discrimination on the grounds of age, race, gender, or LGBTQIA identity at work.
As of 2020, retaliation remained the most frequently cited claim in charges filed with EEOC.
As of April 2021, over 4 million Americans quit their jobs-a 20 year record.
During 2019, 80% of workers in the US were stressed as a result of ineffective company communication.
52% of people
aged 18 to 34
have tasted or
Women reported a 53% higher prevalence of discrimination at their job.
Only 43% of US employees think their employers care about their work-life balance.
During 2018, 76% of US workers said that workplace stress affected their personal relationships.
34% of workers don’t feel safe reporting stress because they think it would be misinterereted by their boss.
94% of American workers report experiencing stress at their workplace.
Statistical findings from 2019 Research Conducted by The American Institute of Stress