“Growing up in adversity, I find it a privilege to walk alongside of and work for people who are experiencing adversity. It is powerful hearing someone’s story and working with them on building towards their personal and family goals. My approach to facilitate change focuses on those strengths and tools that we have to build new tools or adapt current ones to reach our goals.”
Education: MSW, University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND
Primary Ages Served: Early childhood, children, young adults and their families
Interest Areas/Therapeutic Approaches: Foster families, adoptive families, blended families, working with individuals in the LGBTQA community, family-centered care, parenting, relationship building, Strength- and Solution-Focused Therapies
Specialty Training/Certification: Trained in DC 0-5 (a comprehensive evaluation method for children ages 0-5 years old) and SBIRT (tools to assess where an individual is at on their road to recovery and develop plans to meet their chemical health goals through brief interventions and referrals to treatment programs)
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