Who We Are
Integration Solutions, LLC. is a small, women-owned, and minority-owned business (SWaM). We provide consultation services, educational programs, and technical assistance to human service organizations and integrated healthcare systems. Our focus is on trauma-informed care, and we aim to help institutions in furthering their methods and practices as they guide people toward healing and recovery.
We are committed to partnering with resilient leaders and communities to forward next generation health
Dr. Allison Jackson-Dyer, CEO
Dr. Allison Jackson-Dyer holds her PhD in Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Virginia as well as a Certified Facilitator for Dr. Brené Brown’s Daring Way™ curriculum (CDWF) as well as her Dare to Lead™ curriculum (CDTLF). Her passion is to bring trauma and resilience informed practices to professionals honored to serve at promise youth, families and adults in their communities. She lives this passion by providing educational opportunities directly to community members as well as to professionals at the direct care and leadership levels of an organization. She is a person of lived experience and a professional having provided services via Behavioral Health, Education, Child Welfare and Criminal Justice systems for over 20 years. For 13 years, she served within an international healthcare organization first as mentor and finally as their Vice President of Clinical Operations and National Trauma Informed Service Line Leader. Partnering with the National Council of Behavioral HealthCare, she co-led 17 National Teams through the Council’s Trauma Informed Learning Collaborative.
Today, Dr. Jackson-Dyer works full time as CEO of Integration Solutions, providing trauma and resilience informed care consultation to human service and healthcare organizations furthering their integration of resilience practices to consumers via Trauma Informed Care (TIC) organizational culture principles. She challenges herself to live an authentic life and step into “the arena” each day. Her hope is her work in collaboration with so many others will increase the empathy and self-compassion of those impacted by trauma and influence next generation health.
In her free time, Allison spends time with her husband, children, grandson, and pets. She enjoys traveling as well as playing cards and board games.