Therapeutic Aromatherapy for Clinicians:

A Focus on Stress, Anxiety and Trauma


You’ve heard the buzz about essential oils…

Is it just a fad based on testimonials?  Or is there scientific evidence proving their effectiveness?

Have you wanted to integrate essential oils into your clinical practice but wonder if it’s safe or ethical?

Are you a mental health therapist or nurse?

Confused as to where to begin?

Yes? Then this course taught by Neuropsychologist Amy Palmer, Psy.D & Trauma Expert
Deb Del Vecchio-Scully, LPC, is right for you.

Learn about:

What essential oils are and how to use them

The stress response, anxiety, and trauma

Research behind the use of essential oils


Case examples integrating essential oils into a clinical practice

Earn 2 continuing education credits for just $49.00!

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Meet our Presenters

Deb Del Vecchio-Scully, LPC, NCC, DCMHS:

is a licensed professional and nationally-certified counselor. She holds American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) diplomat status as a Clinical Mental Health Specialist in Trauma Counseling. She is nationally known as a stress and trauma expert, having worked with survivors of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, as well as adults and children impacted by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Ms. Del Vecchio-Scully previously served as Clinical Recovery Leader and Trauma Specialist of the Newtown Recovery and Resiliency Team and was embedded in the Sandy Hook Elementary School as a staff support clinician. She has lectured internationally on the topic of trauma and school shooting recovery and is currently providing consultation as part of the Stoneman Douglas School recovery.

Dr. Amy Palmer:

...earned her PsyD in Clinical Psychology at Loyola College in Maryland and went on to complete her post-doctoral residency in Neuropsychology at Hartford Hospital.  She was the director of the Neuropsychology Department at a Neurology practice for 12 years before starting her own private practice.  Dr. Palmer is also a former Adjunct Professor at the University of Hartford, where she taught courses to both undergraduate and graduate students.  Her current professional activities include neurofeedback, neuropsychological assessments, and providing continuing education for mental health clinicians. 

What Others Have to Say...

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I have had the pleasure and privilege to work alongside Deb Del Vecchio-Scully in the past nine months. Her knowledge and expertise, along with her compassion and giving nature have been an amazing blessing for me and the Parkland community after the MSD shooting. Deb have taught me how to incorporate essential oils and other complementary therapies to my day-to-day practice. By doing so I was able to help my clients learn how to feel more comfortable with the uncomfortable. They had more tools to regulate their emotions and become grounded even after experiencing strong emotional pain. In addition, it transformed my ability to take care of myself and prevent compassion fatigue. I would highly recommend Deb and her team as a mentor and a teachers for any professional who would like to reinvent themselves and become the best therapist they can be. 

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As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor I am always in search of innovative and well supported tools to assist my clients in their inner journey. When I saw an online training about Essential Oils and their use for trauma support, I immediately felt called to explore it. Not only I became aware of the powerful effects of the essential oils on our emotions but I had the blessing of being mentored by Deb Del Vecchio-Scully, a licensed psychotherapist with an expertise in trauma. Deb possess a wealth of knowledge in the clinical field and about the use of essential oils as well. Her depth and clarity are reflected on how she graciously, connects psychotherapy with the power of the gifts of mother nature. Her support and generosity sharing her wisdom are greatly appreciated.

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I am a neurologist who has had the great pleasure of working alongside the incredible clinicians at the Center for Neuropotential:. Amy Palmer, PsyD and Deb Delvecchio Scully LPC. Having The Center for Neuropotential as a resource providing comprehensive and insightful neuropsychological testing and evaluations in conjunction with treatment for complex psychological conditions is absolutely priceless and incredibly valuable to my practice and the community at large. I am grateful for all they have done and will continue to do for my patients moving forward. I recommend Amy and Deb without reservation. They are an incredibly talented team of clinicians who are leaders in their field, striving for the very best in clinical judgement, clinical testing and overall patient care.

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