Johannes Kieding, LCSW

Phone: 585-530-0953

E-mail: AStandForHealth@acceleratedpsychotherapy.com

Address: 145 East University BLVD, Tucson AZ 85705

Clinical Experience, in order of relevance
 
  •  2013/14 — Ongoing: Receiving intensive training from Marvin Skorman, LMHC via audio-visual supervision in conducting ISTDP informed psychotherapy with a focus on adults and youth, individual, family, and couple therapy format. Breakdown of hours:  Since 2014 – 300 + hours of individual supervision. I receive approximately 49 hours of advanced audio-visual individual supervision training per year and approximately 108 hours of group supervision per year for a total of approximately 157 hours of training per year)

  • Oct. 2015 Oct. 2017: Received 100 + hours of general social work and counseling supervision

  • Sept. 2017 Ongoing: Arizona State University Field and Task Instructor: provide audio-visual psychotherapy training and consultations to graduate level interns

  • June 2015 — Ongoing: Conducting psychotherapy (youth and adults) with general mental health, severely mentally ill, DCS mandated, and substance abusing populations at local integrated care clinics

  • Sept. 2014 — May 2015: Conducted intensive outpatient psychotherapy with an adult, diverse, and mostly marginalized population (graduate level internship)

  • Sept. 2012 May 2013: Facilitated therapeutic groups and conducted brief family therapy at an inpatient facility teens and adults (graduate level internship)

  • May 2007 Jan. 2009: Worked in a clinical capacity with Pre-K aged children (undergraduate internship)

  • 2018: Completed certification in Nonviolent Resistance (NVR) and the New Authority Interventions

 
Credentials and other Experience
 
  • Obtained  Arizona independent licensure in masters level Social Work (LCSW), 2018

  • 2 years of intense residential Zen training at the Rochester Zen Center (2005-2007)

  • Facilitated mindfulness groups in hospital and educational settings (2002, 2012)

  • 1 year of intense physical expressive-arts and performance training with a strong focus on mindfulness in action (2002)