Critical Therapy offers consulting services to non-profit and for-profit organizations, to help clarify organizational purposes and goals.
We help you develop:
- Capacity for leadership and to exercise shared authority and collaboration
- Resilience and manage the psychological processes of occupying a senior executive role
- Managers and Executives who think about the ‘below the surface’ issues in the organization
- Ways to develop self-awareness and boundaries
- Safer spaces to enable leaders to identify learning and developing needs of their staff
Our areas of core competency include: board development (including retreats); human resources management; mergers and organizational restructuring; planning (including succession planning); program consulting and assessment; staff development (including retreats); strategic planning; volunteer and staff training;
At the heart of any organization is its executive leadership. Leaders need support in order to inspire and motive others. CT can assist non-profit and for-profit organizations in achieving goals through leadership development and team building. Our skilled critical therapy consultants work with management in defining organizational objectives, facilitating meetings, and effecting change.
Our Leadership Development approach is a highly customized program, offering confidential management support aimed to strengthen the executives’ abilities to lead and manage in dynamic environments while building a strong, supportive team. We start with an extensive assessment of your company’s current management and leadership style, and the creation of a personalized leadership development program. Our team then assists in the development and deployment of the action plans that operationalize the leadership development program.
Forensic Psychological Evaluations
Our critical therapy consultants are also available to provide attorney consultations and offer forensic psychological evaluations to document evidence of torture and persecution for survivors fleeing dangerous situations. We are members of the Physicians for Human Rights’ Asylum Network, and help asylum seekers to support their application for asylum.
Our areas of expertise are: domestic violence, gender-based violence, human trafficking, female genital mutilation (FGM) and other forms of torture.