I am passionate about working in the Employee Assistance Field. My experience includes critical incidences such as bank robberies, deaths in the workplace and other EA related professional needs. I have helped small companies develop EA services. I provide DOT qualified SAP assessments.
In this capacity my experience includes; Group work, Residential and Intensive Outpatient settings. I have created Outpatient programs, workshops and helped individuals embrace their sobriety.
I work closely with a psychiatrist who specializes in addictions.
I work with Adults 18 and older.
My goal is to help them learn coping tools, embrace their career and understand the impact it has on their family, their body and their brain. I offer specialized workshops for First Responders. These workshops are designed to help these courageous men and women offload the emotional baggage they carry from their career.
Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Cigna
I am NOT a provider for Medicare, Tricare or AHCCCS
My addictions services include Chemical, Process and Behavioral Addictions.
I help individuals who strive for emotional sobriety and peace of mind. We will work together to look at the underlying emotions and possible trauma that may hinder your commitment to working on your sobriety.
Process addictions include behaviors such as online compulsivity, gaming, and behaviors that interfere with your activities of daily life.
SAP Evaluations, CISM, Onsite Inservice and Consultations
I am passionate about Employee Assistance Services and offer the full employee continuum of care including Lunch n' Learn Series, Response to Critical Incidents, Conflict Management, and Sexual Harassment Trainings. I develop EA Programs for small companies offering a Fee-for-Service model.
Substance Abuse Evaluations, Individual Counseling and Workshops
I have provided direct care to First Responders since 1988. I have developed trainings on Resiliency, Compassion Fatigue and Signs of Post Traumatic Stress. I also have a intensive workshop for First Responders.
My commitment to the First Responder community is to be the best I can be at listening, understanding and providing hope for those who are suffering in silence. There were 157 law enforcement suicides in the US in 2018- That's too many!
Libby Timmons, MEd., LISAC, CEAP, SAP, specializes in Addiction, Trauma; physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, Codependency, Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA), Inner Child, Family of Origin and 12 Step program.
Libby has trained extensively with nationally recognized trainers in Psychodrama, Addiction work and Experiential therapy.
She has experience in corporate training, clinical supervision and leads experientially based workshops. Libby facilitated intensives at Onsite Workshops from 1990-2006.
Libby currently serves as President of the International Employee Assistance Professional Association (EAPA) and is the past Southern AZ Employee Assistance Association
Chapter President. She served on the Employee Assistance Certification Commission from 2006-2011 - during which time she served on the EACC as a treasure, Chairperson, and Ex-officio board member to the EAPA board.
Libby was honored to represent the EAPA organization in Sao Paulo, Brazil. While in Brazil Libby provided EAP services training to Sao Paulo workplace professionals.
Libby is known for her lively interactive presentations and is a nationally sought presenter at conferences including: EAPA, C4, LAP, US Journal, Lifestyles, CE Events and EAPA Chapter meetings. Her presentation resume includes but is not limited to: Attachment, Trauma, Addictions, Codependency, Ethics and Therapeutic Alliance.
Libby honors her success as a clinician to her many wise mentors including; Jane York, Alice Timmons, Patt M., Dorothy Satten, PhD, TEP., and Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse.