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Masters in Social Work from California State University, Long Beach (2008)
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Westmont College (1993)
Professional license held in Texas and California as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker
2022 to Present: Logos Services, LLC, Therapist
2019 – 2020: Koinonia Family Services, District Administrator
2017 – 2019: Olive Crest, Inc., Bilingual Adoption Therapist
2010 – 2017: Crittenton Services Foster Care, Director/Supervisor/Social Worker
1997 – 2008: Boys Town USA Family Preservation Assistant Coordinator/Consultant
Colleen and her husband Ruben have been married since 1995 and have one daughter. Christina is active teenage thespian, who loves to read, write, and wants to teach. Colleen and her family recently moved to Texas from Southern California. They enjoy attending church and spending time with family, friends, and furry animals. When they are not doing that, they enjoy watching movies and any sport that involves water. Colleen also has a deep appreciation for the visual and performing arts including fine art, music, and computer animation.
I am convinced that therapy works best when a trusting relationship is built between therapist and client. I feel strongly that it is my responsibility as a therapist to earn this trust from each client. As the President of Logos said, “When there is a healthy and appropriate therapeutic relationship between the therapist and the client there is a great motivation for change.” As a therapist, I practice techniques that focus on the client’s internal and external (or environmental) strengths. In working with children, parents, and families, I use a combination of Cognitive-Behavioral techniques appropriate for the child’s developmental stage and the child’s need for felt safety. In working with adopted children and adoptive parents, I support each in processing the Seven Core Issues of Adoption. For clients seeking a Christian therapist, I can incorporate Biblical truths during sessions. I also respect and honor other faith traditions and welcome clients to bring those beliefs to session. I do work with a wide population including, but not limited to, children (4 years old and up), adolescents, young adults, families, couples, premarital, parents, and individuals.