Initially, I began my counseling journey specifically wanting to help women survivors of sex-trafficking and the sex industry. I was a clinical intern for Salvation Army for nine months and worked with men and women in addiction/substance abuse recovery. My second internship lasted over a year with a non-profit anti-trafficking organization called Street’s Hope, and I counseled and provided intensive case management to women escaping sex-trafficking and the sex industry. I was the Assistant Director for two years for an anti-trafficking organization called Beloved and have been involved as a volunteer for four years. Lastly, I have been a Clinical Therapist for a non-profit organization called Behavioral Treatment Services (BTS) for two and a half years. My position with BTS consists of working at a halfway house with women under supervision of the criminal justice system who struggle with trauma, addiction, and other mental health issues. I have also held the BTS clinical team lead position for my site for over one year. All of my experience has been with both individual and group therapy.
Courage To Connect Counseling
6638 W Ottawa Ave Suite 150 Littleton, Colorado80128