STEADY, LLC

“Examine what is said, not who is speaking.”

“Examine what is said, not who is speaking.”

-African Proverb

When you choose Steady, you are choosing dedication to and passion for consistency in your programs, the environment you cultivate for your staff, and the cultural responsiveness you provide within your community.

Cultural Humility, Substance Use Treatment, and Belonging, Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (BJED&I)

Steady was developed to meet the needs of our society as it relates to cultural responsiveness, as well as the need for more culturally responsive and comprehensive mental health care for people impacted directly or indirectly by substance use.

At Steady, we offer clinical consultation to individuals and organizations that are looking for ways to improve who they serve, whether that be an individual client or a community impacted by racial injustices or substance use. We offer program development, program evaluation, group clinical consultation, and training for organizations including, but not limited to: substance use, codependency, co-occurring disorders, and organizational cultural responsiveness.

Meet Dr. Gabrielle Jone - Smiling, working at desk.

Getting to Know Dr. Gabrielle Jones

Culturally Responsive Substance Use Treatment

Dr. Gabrielle Jones

Licensed Psychologist | Published Author | Consultant

Gabrielle Jones, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and the CEO and founder of Steady Clinical Consultation, Training, and Development Services. She founded Steady to improve substance use treatment for historically marginalized populations at the system level and to provide consultation and coaching to leadership and executives who are committed to championing Belonging, Justice, Equity Diversity, & Inclusion (BJED&I) in their workplace and for their workforce. Her expertise is in substance use treatment for youth and adults, and BJED&I initiatives at the system level. She has over a decade of experience working with marginalized communities, specifically, adolescents labeled “at-risk”, people involved in the juvenile justice system and their families, and people who have substance use concerns or have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder. Dr. Jones has worked in direct care hospital settings, community mental health settings, primary school settings, and university settings as a faculty member. She provides trainings to non-profit organizations related to substance use and cultural responsiveness in the context of mental health treatment, and consultation to individuals working with populations listed above. In addition to Dr. Jones’s consultations and trainings, she is active in non-profit board leadership, serving as Vice Chair for The Miles Hall Foundation; an organization committed to creating an alternative to calling the police during a mental health crisis, and previously serving as the Membership Board Chair for the American Psychological Association. Through Steady, Dr. Jones and her team are committed to helping organizations put words into action.

Cultural Humility, Substance Use Treatment, and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I)

Steady was developed to meet the needs of our society as it relates to culturally responsive mental health care, as well as the need for more comprehensive mental health care for people impacted directly or indirectly by substance use.

At Steady, we offer clinical consultation to individuals and organizations that are looking for ways to improve who they serve, whether that be an individual client or a community impacted by racial injustices or substance use. We offer program development, program evaluation, group clinical consultation, and training for organizations including, but not limited to: substance use, codependency, co-occurring disorders, and culturally responsive care.

Meet Dr. Gabrielle Jones - Working on computer in her office.

Dr. Gabrielle Jones is the founder of Steady, LLC.

Gabrielle Jones, Ph.D., is the founder of Steady Clinical Training, Consultation, and Development Services. She has over a decade of experience working with marginalized communities, specifically, adolescents labeled “at-risk”, people involved in the juvenile justice system and their families, and people who have substance use concerns or have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder. Dr. Jones has worked in direct care hospital settings, community mental health settings, primary school settings, and university settings as a faculty member. She provides training to non-profit organizations related to substance use and cultural responsiveness in the context of mental health treatment, and consultation to individuals working with populations listed above. Dr. Jones also carries a small caseload in which she provides individual therapy. In addition to Dr. Jones’s consultations and training, she serves as the Membership Board Chair for the American Psychological Association, and as a board member for The Miles Hall Foundation; an organization committed to creating an alternative to calling the police during a mental health crisis.

Steady has developed a strategic partnership with Jernigan & Associates in which Steady offers expertise in culturally responsive substance use through technical assistance, consultation, and training collaboration. This strategic partnership highlights one of Steady’s critical principles grounded in the African Proverb, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”. Steady has worked with Jernigan & Associates on state and federal projects, ensuring that integrity remains central to the mission of both organizations.

Start Your Training with Steady today!

Start Your Training with Steady today!

Working together, Steady will help teach, guide, and inspire your team to take the care needed and deserved to help their clients heal and thrive during their times of need.

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