Julie Schillim, PhD, LLP, LPC
Consultant, Trauma-informed, Resilience-oriented, Equity-focused Services, National Council for Mental Wellbeing
Julie Schillim, PhD, LLP, LPC, has over 20 years of clinical experience including experience in supervision and leadership. As a consultant with the National Council for Mental Wellbeing, Dr. Schillim participates in programs that include coaching and consulting within the Trauma-informed, Resilience-oriented, Equity-focused Systems team. She provides coaching, consulting and training assistance to communities and organizations working to improve their approaches to their work, teamwork, organizational work or community approach to care and support through a trauma-informed, resilience-oriented, equity-focused lens.
Her PhD is in industrial-organizational psychology with a focus on systems of care that improve overall wellbeing and performance for individuals, organizations and communities. Prior to the National Council, she was a leader within the Community Mental Health system in the State of Michigan. She also participated in a range of service areas and community partnerships. While her community-based work varies across service areas, Dr. Schillim has provided extensive clinical work with youth and families and with providers experiencing workplace trauma as well as significant training in multiple trauma-informed, resilience-oriented, equity-focused, evidence-based practices.