Dr. Julie Radlauer-Doerfler, LMHC

I’ve spent over 25 years working in behavioral health, human services, and organizational development, working on hundreds of projects involving training, coaching, system and organization planning, as well as leadership development as it pertains to mental health. 

My doctoral research on social support to address structural racism in the behavioral health field has led to the development of a national curriculum that is designed to educate professionals on how to create a more equitable system.

In 2020, I founded Collectively, an organization that works to address and solve complex challenges impacting mental health. Collectively works with community stakeholders, organizations, and individuals to advance mental wellness and improve leadership skills through collaboration, research and data-informed decision-making with a results-driven orientation.