The two principals of our firm, William Bellet, Ph.D. and Nicholas Sieveking, Ph.D. possess a unique combination of credentials in the provision of clinical and consulting psychological services to individuals and organizations. In addition to maintaining clinical practices providing counseling to individuals and families, they have extensive real-world business experience, having held senior positions in and consulting with Fortune 500 companies in the USA and abroad. They have also held positions at leading universities to acquire in-depth academic knowledge with first hand experience of the realities of managing successful organizations.
William Bellet, PhD
Bill has over twenty-five years experience in the “relationship business” as a clinical and consulting psychologist. He specializes in conflict resolution, family-owned businesses succession and strategic planning, coaching and developing leaders, career counseling, and relationship issues which arise between partners and family members in privately held companies.
Bill assists organizations in the selection and retention of their best talent, designs performance management systems for accountability and to align individual and corporate goals. He has conducted well over 5000 pre-employment and executive vocational evaluations; designed and implemented employee and customer satisfaction surveys for over 750 firms worldwide.
Bill is a past Vice President and General Manager for HCA in Operations and Business Development for Europe and Southeast Asia. Bill’s clinical work focuses on marriage and family counseling, and he is a skilled facilitator of the family communication process.
Bill holds a Doctorate in Clinical and Consulting Psychology from Vanderbilt University.
Nicholas Sieveking, PhD
Dr. Sieveking is a clinical and consulting psychologist. His major work has been both in major university settings and, with this firm, providing services for small to large multi-industry businesses and other organizations throughout the United States, Europe, and the Middle/Far East. He has assisted in evaluating, for placement and development, thousands of middle and senior level employees across specialties and professions. His intent is to assess candidates without set formulas but with attention to the demands of the unique individual, position, organization, and culture. He focuses also on services to plaintiffs’ and defense attorneys regarding personal or occupational consequences of injury or death, employment issues in divorce proceedings, and disorders affecting disability insurance claims. Nick has taught at the graduate and postdoctoral level, conducted research, and written for publication in each area of his practice. He has developed and delivered corporate training programs related to selection and management and has provided continuing education courses in civil forensics for psychologists and attorneys.
Nick holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Bellarmine University and a master’s degree in research psychology and a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Illinois.