MS, LPC, NCC
Aaron is a Montana native with a bachelor’s degree in Outdoor Therapeutic Recreation and Psychology from Rocky Mountain College. He worked as a wilderness behavioral technician for the North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice working with incarcerated teenage men. He went on to graduate with a master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Community Counseling from the University of North Georgia.
Anna is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been working in the helping profession for over 10 years. Anna specializes in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (trauma informed), Nutrition Therapy and experiential therapeutic activities such as mindfulness, yoga, running and climbing. Anna is a Registered Yoga Teacher and is nearing completion in a certification as a Holistic Nutrition Therapist (summer of 2017). Anna has a variety of experiences including as a therapist with youth in the juvenile delinquency system, residential and day treatment, youth and families in the immigration system, in home family therapy and providing therapeutic adventure activities in Ecuador. Anna uses a variety of interventions including DBT, CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness, movement and yoga based approaches and holistic nutrition therapy to address mental and emotional needs.
Brian received his MA in Counseling and Human Services from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs in 2000, and has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2005. He has worked in the past as a school counselor for 16 years working at an alternative high school that served military students and families. He has been working at the Family Care Center since 2013, and enjoys working with adolescents and adults. He works with adults and adolescents specializing in school issues, grief, trauma, depression and anxiety.