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Family Therapy & Strategies (2.0)
Family Therapy & Strategies (2.0)

Tue, Apr 30



Family Therapy & Strategies (2.0)

We'll talk with 2 family therapists from Peak Behavioral Health to learn more about family therapy. We'll also learn some strategies and activities that can strengthen family connections and improve family functioning. CALM toolkit supplies for up to 2 adults per family. (Details below)

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Time & Location

Apr 30, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM



About the Event

Learn more about Peak Beahioral Health here:

Erin Hunter, MA, is a pre-licensed Marriage and Family therapist at Peak Behavioral Health. Erin has a passion for working with all humans; inclusivity and diversity are important cornerstones of her work. She welcomes the opportunity to create connections and offer ways of working through whatever challenges are presented. Understanding each of her client’s unique stories and allowing a safe space for individual/familial reflection and growth is at the core of her work. Encouraging clients to find and cultivate their strengths and understand their emotional connections and relationships under a systemic lens is an important part of the therapeutic journey, in which Erin is committed to provide.

In her free time, Erin enjoys spending time with her husband and four children, as well as her two Chocolate Labs: Ruby and Rock. Taking time to explore the outdoors, attending concerts, and traveling, are a few ways that she unwinds. Fighting for social justice is an important focus in Erin’s world, speaking out against oppression, bigotry, racism, sexism, and any “ism” that exists is a place where Erin chooses to use her voice. For Erin, it is of the utmost importance to leave the planet a happier and healthier place for her children, as well as to fervently advocate for ALL humans and work to exercise her voice and compassion in everything she does.

Porsche Peak Gordin, LMFT, LADC, is the visionary behind Peak Behavioral Health, a mental healthcare organization that she founded with the goal of improving access to mental health services among marginalized communities. By cultivating a diverse, multidisciplinary team rooted in inclusivity and trauma-informed care, Porsche and her team are able to realize their shared vision of providing affirming and culturally responsive mental health services.

Clinically, Porsche’s work is driven by the old saying, “there are no individuals in the world, only fragments of families” which to her means, individually we all have our own stuff, but our stuff is because of much of the other “stuff” before us. Furthermore, all of our “stuff” is interconnected with everything; our families, communities, economy, and world as a whole and she loves helping people figure it all out.

When Porsche is not reflecting and contemplating the purpose of everything, she loves spending time with her family, eating seasoned foods, traveling and taking it slow.

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