Presenters: Lindsey Chadwick and Kassidy Wille of Betty Ford Center
Lindsey Chadwick, MA, LPCC, Children's Counselor -- Lindsey has worked for the Betty Ford Center Children’s Program in Aurora, Colorado since 2008. She completed her master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy at the University of Colorado Denver in 2013 and is working toward licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Lindsey has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families in both individual and group settings.
Kassidy Wille was born and raised in Colorado and completed her BA in English at the University of Northern Colorado. Directly after college, she worked with teenage girls rescued from human trafficking, finding her passion in helping others. She then found herself at Mount Saint Vincent, working with kids who had experienced severe trauma. In her work there, she was trained in NMT (Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics) and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, and learned quickly the intensity of the behaviors stemming from trauma. Kassidy has now been with the Betty Ford Children’s Program since 2016 and loves having the opportunity to work with amazing families in recovery. Kassidy’s future plans include pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work in Fall 2018.
Hazeldon Betty Ford Foundation Founded in 1949 at a Minnesota lakeside farmhouse, Hazelden grew into one of the world's largest and most respected private not-for-profit alcohol and drug addiction treatment providers, paving the way for its 2014 merger with the Betty Ford Center.
Colorado Respite Coalition and Easterseals Colorado The Colorado Respite Coalition is an allied network of families, agencies and community partners working to strengthen and support professional and family caregivers of individuals with any special health care needs, throughout the state. The CRC is housed at Easterseals Colorado, one of Colorado’s oldest nonprofits serving people with disabilities and other special needs through employment services, activity camps, stroke rehabilitation, community-based programs and more.
Eligible for 6 CEUs