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Misti A. Storie

Psychotherapist

Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center

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Employment History

Misti Storie


Director of Training and Professional Development

Informz Inc


The Association for Addiction Professionals


Technical Writer for Integrating Treatment

Co-occurring Disorders


Director of Training and Professional Development

National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors


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Misti Storie Counseling

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Misti Storie will attempt to schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
More about Misti Storie's Services Call for a Free Consultation Misti Storie is an Associate Professional Counselor at Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center with a Master's Degree in Professional Counseling and more than a decade of experience working in the addiction field. As part of the Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center, she operates under the direction of Amber Lewter, LPC, and individual clinical supervision is provided by Jonathan Orr, PhD, LPC. She uses solution-focused psychotherapy to create a safe, supportive, and confidential environment so that the two of you can find explanations and resolutions to whatever unrest led you into therapy. Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC, specializes in solution-focused treatment and provides counseling for adolescents and adults aged 18 and older, couples, families, and LGBT individuals in a safe, supportive environment for people to heal. As an affiliate of Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center, Misti Storie offers therapy services for substance use, depression, stress and anxiety, trauma, life adjustment/transition, and grief and loss. verified by Psychology Today Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC © Copyright 2016 Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC. All Rights Reserved.


Misti Storie Counseling

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Misti Storie will attempt to schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
More about Misti Storie's Services Call for a Free Consultation Misti Storie is an Associate Professional Counselor at Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center with a Master's Degree in Professional Counseling and more than a decade of experience working in the addiction field. As part of the Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center, she operates under the direction of Amber Lewter, LPC, and individual clinical supervision is provided by Jonathan Orr, PhD, LPC. She uses solution-focused psychotherapy to create a safe, supportive, and confidential environment so that the two of you can find explanations and resolutions to whatever unrest led you into therapy. Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC, specializes in solution-focused treatment and provides counseling for adolescents and adults aged 18 and older, couples, families, and LGBT individuals in a safe, supportive environment for people to heal. As an affiliate of Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center, Misti Storie offers therapy services for substance use, depression, stress and anxiety, trauma, life adjustment/transition, and grief and loss. verified by Psychology Today Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC © Copyright 2016 Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC. All Rights Reserved.


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Misti Storie, director of training and professional development at NAADAC Healthier Association, Higher Membership Performance


Healthier Association, Higher Membership Performance: Associations Now

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"We [addiction professionals] work with treatment plans, and we are used to there being identifiable goals, symptoms, and results that we want to be able to work toward," says Misti Storie, director of training and professional development at NAADAC.
"And so the structure that we used here was to make a treatment plan for our organization: We know there are things that need to be addressed, and here's how we know them. Here are the efforts that we're going to start making, and here are the end results that we're hoping to get to. And, here's how we know we've done it. And the document that was created ... was our roadmap." NAADAC's major symptom circa April 2013 was declining membership, Storie says. Some of the causes were outdated communications methods, stale member and prospect data, and complacency in customer service. It all had to change. "We had to make a drastic shift, quickly," she says. NAADAC's investment in technology upgrades shows the importance of having a healthy infrastructure to support your association's work. Barely six months later, NAADAC had upgraded its association management system (IMPak), redesigned its website-complete with responsive design and a new logo for the association-and moved to an email platform (Informz) that integrated with its AMS. "We couldn't do it piecemeal. It would not have had the same effect," says Storie. "So we just bit the bullet, dipped into our reserves, and secured the capital we needed to be able to make these changes quickly." The aggressive changes worked. By the end of April 2014, NAADAC had increased membership 48 percent from a year prior, from 6,600 to a seven-year high of 9,799. Storie says the upgrades allowed NAADAC to kick a lot of bad habits and build a lot of new, good ones. To name a few: Managing data better. With the AMS upgrade, NAADAC committed itself to getting all of its data housed in one place and up to date. Storie said the organization had collected "thousands and thousands" of contacts that had never been added to the database. Just by sending our normal information out, this link is a constant membership recruitment tool that has increased our numbers exponentially without any extra staff time on our part," Storie says. Appealing to a diversifying audience. Cleaned-up data revealed just how many people were coming to NAADAC from related professions, such as social workers, physicians, psychiatrists, and employee assistance professionals. Now, Storie, says NAADAC is looking to get its education approved by related organizations such as the National Association of Social Workers. It was a lot of work, but worthwhile, Storie says. "There were lots of 18-hour days and 70-hour weeks," she says. And it will pay off for NAADAC's members and, by extension, for patients. "If we don't represent counselors in a way that keeps them informed of what is important and keeps them educated on the topics that are most evidence based, that will trickle down to patient care. ... It had to be done for the sake of addiction treatment in the United States." Storie admits NAADAC's situation last year wasn't pretty, but you don't have to be in the same place to take on the same kind of improvements. NAADAC's investment in technology upgrades shows the importance of having a healthy infrastructure to support your association's work. You don't need every bell and whistle, but getting the fundamentals right-and data management, mobile-friendly websites, and integrated engagement tracking are, by now, no doubt fundamental-creates a cascade effect of increased efficiencies and opportunities. "It was so empowering to know what a group of people can do when enabled to do their jobs well. We just needed to get it all organized in a way that lets them have the resources and the knowledge to do it well," Storie says.


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Please contact Misti Storie in a manner that is most comfortable for you: phone, text, email or complete the form below.
You don't have to suffer when help is an email or phone call away. Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC Misti Storie is an affiliate of Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center. If Misti Storie is immediately unavailable, please leave a message and she will return your message promptly. Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC, specializes in solution-focused treatment and provides counseling for adolescents and adults aged 18 and older, couples, families, and LGBT individuals in a safe, supportive environment for people to heal. As an affiliate of Decatur Counseling and Wellness Center, Misti Storie offers therapy services for substance use, depression, stress and anxiety, trauma, life adjustment/transition, and grief and loss. verified by Psychology Today Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC © Copyright 2016 Misti Storie, MS, NCC, APC. All Rights Reserved.


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