Dr. Ashley Junghans-Rutelonis, PhD, LP,
PMH-C is available for consulting, subject matter expertise, start-up and Fam/Femtech advising, webinars, trainings, and speaking events.
At AJR & Co. Consulting, we provide boutique consulting services to businesses of all sizes. Dr. Junghans-Rutelonis has many years of experience with law firms, healthcare, mental health, and financial industries and can help your organization create meaningful change. From discovery to implementation, we are here to guide you every step of the way.
Dr. Junghans-Rutelonis is an engaging and evidence-based professional with expertise in women's and maternal mental health, workplace mental health, parental leave, and ADHD in girls and women.
Reach out to her for more information on subject matter expertise, keynote speaking engagements, micro-sessions, webinars, organizational consulting and deep dives, and corporate training.
Dr. Junghans-Rutelonis has over 20 years of experience leading full-cycle research from concept & grant-writing through data collection, publication, presentation, and dissemination.
We are skilled in informing organizations and the public about best-practice-based work and research updates. We are a phenomenal resource for organizations to shape an efficient and ethical approach to information dissemination.
Dr. Junghans-Rutelonis' recent work includes...
We can recommend and operationalize use of standardized assessment methods to track change in attitudes, behaviors, and performance over time. Additionally, we can creatively partner with you to build idiosyncratic assessments tailored to your needs.
Dr. Junghans-Rutelonis is a thought leader across women's and maternal mental health.
She is the Clinical Psychology Advisor for Nue, A Parenting Company - A proactive, research-informed resource that prioritizes holistic health of parents. As an advisor, she provides recommendations and reviews based on current research in the perinatal population.
Staff don't want the same mental health and working parent lip-service in their training.
I was a part of an organization that read Radical Candor together. Fantastic book and good idea! Each week, we spent evening hours reading a chapter (and extra time preparing to present if you were on for the week). We met over a lunch hour with the intention to discuss core concepts. During that hour, however, one leader monopolized the time and other leaders didn't feel comfortable speaking up. After months of this "leadership" training, it ended with no next steps. Nothing changed. It wasn't discussed again or put into action. It changed nothing about the leadership, culture, or workplace mental health and wellness. Just like my team did, your team will see right through ineffective approaches and disengage.
We offer trainings and workshops that get to the heart of mental health and caring for working parents. We ask tough questions and facilitate deep engagement in material so that organizations have better returns on training goals.
Domestic and international work has spanned group sizes from 5 to 400. Webinars can include participant engagement or can be provided in staff hands-off mode.
Recent topics have included the following:
Leadership deep dives provide an evidence-based approach to getting to the heart of your strengths and weaknesses. Leadership transformation does not happen overnight and can fail without proper assessment leading the way. If you have a struggling leadership team, or a great one that can get even better, you should do a deep-dive.
Dr. Junghans-Rutelonis has provided intensive full-day deep dives and half-day deep dives plus follow-up trainings for Mental Health Clinics and major Hospital System Divisions.
Deep dives include:
~ Mother Theresa