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William Aley-Byrne, MSW, LISW-S, LICDC-CS

Licensed Independent Social Worker, Supervisor
Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor, Clinical Supervisor

Liberty Clinic

Licensed Independent Social Worker, Supervisor
Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor, Clinical Supervisor

Master of Social Work Degree, 2006, Youngstown State University
Master of Music (Performance), 1992, Youngstown State University
Bachelor of Music Education Degree, 1990, Youngstown State University

Professional History

William T. Aley-Byrne holds a Master of Social Work degree from Youngstown State University and is currently licensed in the State of Ohio as a Licensed Independent Social Worker-Supervisor. Currently, Mr. Aley-Byrne is in private practice as a Clinical Social Worker at PsyCare, Inc. Additionally, he is an Adjunct Faculty member at Youngstown State University, teaching bachelor and master level social work courses. In Mr. Aley-Byrne’s career, he has managed residential addiction programs, homeless housing initiatives, and substance abuse prevention programs. Mr. Aley-Byrne was the recipient of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Association of Ohio (ADAPAO) award for Excellence in Planning and Evaluation in 1999 for his work with the Ohio Teen Institute. Additionally, Mr. Aley-Byrne is the Past President of the National Association of Teen Institutes, which promotes teen leadership and substance abuse prevention initiatives.


Professional Objectives
“I believe that it is my professional responsibility as a clinical social worker to enhance the overall wellbeing of each individual, couple and family served. Having worked with vastly diverse groups of people, I believe that each person possesses the capacity for resilience, personal empowerment and emotional wellness that can be achieved through therapeutic partnership. I encourage clients to pursue self-directed goals, thoughtfully evaluate their own progress, critically examine their environment, and promote the courage to enact change.”

Theoretical Orientation
In his role as clinical social worker/therapist, Mr. Aley-Byrne utilizes a variety of theoretical perspective to direct his practice. Some of these include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which examines the relationship between thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Reality Therapy focuses on the here-and-now actions of the client and their ability to choose behaviors that lead toward desired goals. Choice Theory suggests that we always have some capacity to make choices and exercise control in our lives. Solution Focused Theory encourages clients to envision their own preferred future, rather than past problems. Strength-Based Client-Centered Therapy provides an atmosphere for individuals to develop the insight necessary to guide their own healing. The utilization of a variety of clinical approaches provides and atmosphere for learning, introspection, and healing.

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