Clinical Staff

  • Michelle Allen, APRN
  • Cara Bass, LCP
  • Patricia Bryan, LSCSW
  • Vicki Claassen, APRN
  • Amanda Coonrod, LSCSW
  • Ana Cortes-Collazo, LMSW
  • Ivonne Cozad, LMLP
  • Dena Dean, LMSW
  • Sarah Emerson, LMSW
  • Brandon Fiagle, LMSW
  • Robyn Finckbone, Psy.D.
  • Mechele Ford, APRN
  • Travis Freed, LMLP
  • Daniel Garlock, TLMLP
  • Jessica Hammer, LMLP
  • Sarah Hodges, LMSW
  • Ruben Lara, LMSW
  • Elizabeth Lemp, LMSW
  • Debra Lewis, TLMLP
  • Rene Lombard, LPN
  • Nicole Masoner, LPC
  • Charles Millhuff, DO
  • Nixon Morales, MD
  • Kirby Pope, MD
  • Christina Resenbeck, LMSW
  • Connie Romig, Ph.D.
  • Courtney Sanders, LMSW
  • Danielle Schiller, RN
  • Heather Schwartz, TLMLP
  • Crystal Scott, LSCSW
  • Hannelore Smith, LSCSW
  • Kathleen Smith, LMLP
  • Tina Stevens, LMSW
  • Emilie Swartz, LSCSW, LAC
  • Katrin Sweeney, LPC
  • Dana Thomas, LMLP
  • Jovanna Vink, TLMLP
  • Janna Walpole, LMSW
  • Jennie Watson, LSCSW
  • Rachel Wells, LCPC
  • Christiana Wesch, LCP
  • Angela Wilson, LMSW
  • Jennifer Winchell, LMSW
  • Kayleen Ybarra, LCPC
  • Shanna Ziegler, APRN

FSGC Recognizes 2017 Distinguished Staff

Distinguished Staff 2017

Family Service & Guidance Center is proud to announce the recipients of the 2017 Distinguished Staff Awards.

The award winners are:

  • Courtney Coleman, Mental Health Specialist category
  • Travis Freed, Supervisor category
  • Angela Harris, Case Management category
  • Melissa Ledom, Attendant and Respite Care category
  • Rene Lombard, Support Staff category
  • Crystal Scott, Clinical category

Any number of FSGC staff members could be recognized for excellence, said Brenda Mills, Family Service & Guidance Center CEO, thanks to their professionalism and dedication to children. Some stand out, though.

“A few staff members provide a level of service to our kids and families that goes above and beyond day after day, week after week. The Distinguished Staff Awards are Family Service & Guidance Center’s way of honoring those amazing staff members.”

Awards are given annually in six staff categories. Employees were nominated by their peers and selected by a committee of FSGC staff members representing a diverse cross-section of the agency.

Recipients were selected for effectiveness in their work with children, families and co-workers; zeal in promoting the advancement of mental health; and professional interest and involvement.

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