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A conversation about TBI, Loss, Finding Hope and Helping Others to do the Same

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Aimee was in an auto accident, in 2001, nearly losing her life. She sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI)and lost her husband in that accident, only a short time after they were married. Aimee has personal experience with grief and loss. She has since remarried and has learned much from her ordeals. Her specific areas of expertise include grief, death and dying, trauma recovery, traumatic brain injury, faith transition, and self-esteem. Areas of special interest include working with sexual abuse survivors, pre-marital and marital counseling. She is a certified Rape Trauma Advocate. Aimee also enjoys working with teens entering the transitional stage to adulthood. She has also taught seminars on suicide prevention, stress management, communication skills, de-stressing your marriage, grief and loss, and dealing with trauma.

Aimee has a Master of Arts Degree in Mental Health Counseling and a Master of Science Degree inAdministration and Supervision from Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Family and Human Development from Utah State University.Aimee is an American Mental Health Counseling Association (AMHCA) Diplomat and Clinical Mental Health Specialist (DCMHS) in Trauma Counseling and Couples Counseling.

Her background is impressive, having worked at Valley Mental Health, Blomquist Hale Consulting,The Division of Child and Family Services, and Family Services Foundation, Inc. She also worked with Cognitive FX. Aimee provides individual, couples, and family counseling services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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