Amelia Roeschlein, DSW, MA, LMFT
(she/her/hers) Consultant, National Council for Mental Wellbeing
Amelia (Ami) Roeschlein, DSW, MA, LMFT, is a licensed clinician who has led mental health, substance use and integrated care programs and trained mental health providers in academic medicine since the late 90s. She serves as a National Council for Mental Wellbeing consultant with a portfolio in trauma-informed, resilience-oriented and equity-focused systems (TIROES) and integrated health.
A regular conference speaker, Dr. Roeschlein has expertise and published research in topics including harm reduction in re-entry and incarcerated populations, personality disorders and mentalization, connection and belonging, co-occurring disorders, compassion cultivation, clinical supervision, adaptive leadership and interpersonal violence, including healing families and survivors of domestic violence.
Dr. Roeschlein earned her doctorate in social work from the University of Southern California with a focus on innovation and creating large-scale social change through transdisciplinary training of mental health practitioners. She also completed a fellowship in leadership, equity advancement and diversity.
Focus Areas: Trauma-informed Resilience-oriented Care, Integrated Health