Myrieme Churchill has over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist, working in variety of settings and with a range of populations in Europe, and the U.S. Beginning her career in France, she intervened with first and second-generation North African immigrant sex workers on the streets of Marseille and facilitated group therapy in juvenile detention center in Nice. In the U.S., Churchill worked as a group therapy counselor in an inpatient dual diagnosis unit at Beth Israel Deaconess and as program director of a dual diagnosis drop-in center in suburban Boston. She obtained several life coaching and professional coaching certifications and has maintained a coaching practice based in Monaco since 2000. She also developed and delivered training programs in the Institute Regional Administration (Nantes, FR) teaching coaching strategies to improve leadership and management in the French regional government context. Her therapy and coaching background were essential to the development of the Parents for Peace helpline model, and her native language skills have facilitated Parents4peace establishing connections with counter extremism in Montreal and Quebec, France and Belgium.