Zack Bodenweber, LMSW, BCC, is a licensed therapist, consultant, writer/speaker, and peak performance coach trained in the Robbins-Madanes Strategic Intervention Method. In all aspects of his career, Zack combines his professional experience in behavioral health with a passion for personal development and self-transformation in order to impact individuals, groups, and systems. His wide-spread knowledge base and diverse clinical experience allow him to successfully work with thousands of people from various backgrounds. He currently specializes in Collaborative Care, an evidence-based model of integrated care aimed at expanding access to quality behavioral health services within primary care practices across the country.
As a presenter, Zack has spoken at conferences across the country and is a National Trainer in Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR). His professional interests have taken him to Poland, South Africa and Tanzania. He has led, organized, and participated in numerous volunteer trips for disaster relief efforts at home and abroad. Zack’s writing has been featured in The Observer, Daily Stoic, and Minimalism Life. His personal life is an extension of his work, as Zack enjoys reading, writing, traveling, learning new skills and exploring a variety of interests.