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Our professional writing staff has developed over 50 pages of unique content specifically for Therapist Websites. Our writers create content to help you connect with new patients seeking help, perhaps for the very first time. Our writers have practical experience in the field and bring that experience to your website every day.

Virginia Sparrow, Editor AAS Quarterly Ezine

Ginny Sparrow, one of our co-founders, has worked the field of suicide prevention and aftercare for over 15 years. Her journey in suicide prevention began with the loss of her mother while in college, after which she became involved with The Link Counseling center leading support groups and participating in home visits with families suffering from suicide loss.

Ginny currently serves as the editor of the Quarterly Ezine publication from the American Association of Suicidology and also takes an active role in the operations of WebsYourWay including daily content writing, quality assurance and product feature reviews and management.

Michelle Linn-Gust, Ph.D., President of AAS

Michelle Linn-Gust attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, majoring in magazine journalism. She completed her Bachelors Degree at Ball State in 1994 and went on to earn a Masters Degree in health education from the University of New Mexico in 1996. Throughout the remainder of the 1990s, she worked on two manuscripts. The first one, Beyond the Finish Line, a still unpublished novel about a fictional high school girls cross country team, and a manuscript for sibling survivors of suicide, which would become her first book, Do They Have Bad Days in Heaven? Surviving the Suicide Loss of a Sibling. When the opportunity beckoned to turn Bad Days in Heaven into a published book, Michelle’s path turned to helping people heal from suicide loss.

In 2008 she completed her doctorate in family studies, writing her dissertation about how people use a dog to cope with loss. Her book Ginger’s Gift: Hope and Healing through Dog Companionship, published in 2007, was a personal story related to her dissertation research.

Several suicide loss books would follow: Rocky Roads: The Journeys of Families through Suicide Grief, A Winding Road: A Handbook for those Supporting the Suicide Bereaved (co-authored with John Peters), and an edited book, Seeking Hope: Stories of the Suicide Bereaved, with Julie Cerel. In June 2011, her first fiction was released, The Australian Pen Pal followed by her second fiction novel, Sisters: The Karma Twist, published in September 2011.

Dr. Eileen Callahan, Ph.D.

Dr. Eileen Callahan is a clinical psychologist with over 15 years of experience.  She has a private practice in Coronado, CA near down town San Diego.  Although she specializes in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, she also work with children, adolescents and adults who are struggling with a variety of issues. These issues range from common life changes or stressors to more serious disorders or diagnoses.

  • PhD in Clinical Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, California (CSPP)
  • MA in Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, California (CSPP)
  • BA in Psychology from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

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