Cheryl Scoglio is a licensed clinical social worker and certified Daring Way™ facilitator/consultant. She completed her Master’s degree in social work at Washburn University and her post-graduate clinical training at the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry in Topeka, Kansas. She worked for the next ten years at the Menninger Clinic treating Professionals in Crisis and serving as the Director of Social Work Training & Education. Currently, Cheryl has a private practice in Houston, Texas treating individuals, couples, families, and groups. Psychodyanamically trained, Cheryl specializes in treating mood disorders, addictions, personality disorders, and relationship struggles. She is also a state-approved clinical supervisor who assists in overseeing the Daring Way™ internship. She began working with Dr. Brené Brown’s research through the Connections Curriculum in 2006, and facilitating shame resilience groups in 2009. She joined the Daring Way™ senior faculty in 2013. She uses the concepts of vulnerability, shame, courage, and authenticity in her practice every day, helping others strive for whole-hearted living.