Four Feathers Counseling
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Alina Moreau

Alina Moreau, BA, Visitation Supervisor

Alina graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a BA in Psychology and Philosophy. For several years, Alina has been working with children and their families as well as at risk youth serving as a mentor. She has worked with domestic violence cases and serves as an advocate for victims and survivors of domestic violence. Her mission is to encourage individuals to achieve their goals and to promote safe, secure and meaningful relationships.

Belinda Wallace

Belinda Wallace, Life Skills Mentor, Visitation Supervisor

Belinda works to bridge the gap between institutional life and real-world living. She educates young men on parole how to live independently, teaching life skills, budgeting, interviewing skills, and community interaction. She serves as a role model aiding in a trying transformation.

Bradley W. Hill, MS, Behavior Analyst

Bradley W. Hill, MS, Behavior Analyst

Bradley W. Hill hailing from upstate New York, word traveled married father of four I’ve spent ten plus years in the Navy and Air Force; combat veteran. I am currently working for both Four Feathers Counseling and Evans Army Hospital Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit. I hold a bachelors and masters in behavioral analysis. I have passion for working with veterans and families. I like special interests such as music therapy (guitar lessons), gardening, and classic car restoration therapy.

Cassaundra Hein, MC, MFCT, Program Director

Cassaundra Hein, MC, MFCT, Program Director

Cassaundra graduate from Concordia University, Irvine with a degree in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Social Work and Child Development. She received her Master’s Degree in Counseling, Marriage Family and Child Therapy in 2008. She has had many years of experience working with children, teens and adults. She specializes in working with at risk youth, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma informed therapy and has had several years’ experience working with families and children post adoptions. She has over 15 years of experience working in the CA and CO welfare systems working with families, children and teens.  She is a trauma informed supervisor and trainer and has many years’ experience working with victims of sexual abuse.  She is passionate about her job and enjoys working to help be a positive role model to the individuals she comes in contact with.

Connie Supernault, Billing/Credentialing Manager

Connie Supernault, Billing/Credentialing Manager

Connie has been the billing and credentialing manager at Four Feathers Counseling since 2011. She handles verifying client benefits, obtaining proper authorizations for services needed and procurement of funds from various funding sources. She also ensures all staff is properly qualified and credentialed with those funding sources. She has enjoyed her role in the Four Feathers family over the years enabling the therapists to focus on their clients’ needs.

Eric Estrada, LS, FMP, Life Skills Mentor

Eric Estrada, LS, FMP, Life Skills Mentor

With over 17 years’ experience, Eric has worked with children and youth in and out of foster care faced with behavioral issues with emphasis in gang affiliation. He has experience working with adults (mothers and fathers) that struggle with drug and alcohol addiction and domestic violence encompassing life skills and parenting skills. He educates families on becoming a whole, providing treatment in the home or nature to incorporate the most comfortable environment to conduct healthy treatment. Demonstrating and educating, Eric assist families in embracing the meaning and importance in the culture of family. Eric actively participates and assists with the Native American community issues in collaboration with the Department of Human Services and the Four Feathers Counseling staff. Eric is currently co-facilitating a variety of groups to include women's empowerment and domestic violence groups.

Jen Dickson, MSW, LCSW, School Based Mental Health Program Director

Jen Dickson, MSW, LCSW, School Based Mental Health Program Director

Jen has been in the field of therapeutic services since 2003. She has a degree in Psychology from Weber State University and a Master's in Social Work from the University of Utah. Jen has 25 years experience in military service, both active duty and as a spouse. She has experience working with youth and their families in all levels of care from hospitalization to outpatient. Her passion lies with early intervention of children and their families focused on attachment and trauma processing. Jen's clients receive specialized care based on individual and family needs and provides services such as EMDR, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, and Attachment Focused Family Therapy. She is a strong proponent of partnering with community organizations to create the village all children need to grow and to be whole.

Jody Enget, LMFT, Clinical Director

Jody Enget, LMFT, Clinical Director

Graduating from Colorado State University in 1996 with a B.S. degree in Psychology, Jody, completed a M.A. degree in Psychology from Chapman University in 2000 and received her Colorado License in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2006. Jody worked at Griffith Centers for Children, residential treatment facility for adolescent boys from 1996-2010 in the Equine Therapy Program and later as a Clinical Director. In 2010, Jody was hired as the Executive Director of the Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center till 2015. Jody joined the Four Feathers team in 2016 and continues to provide equine therapy services and consults in the equine assisted activities and therapy industry. Jody is a PATH registered instructor/equine specialist and is EMDR trained.

Kris Molinari

Kris Molinari, MS, Forensic Behavior Analyst, MST Supervisor

Kris has been working in the field of Social Services since 2006. She holds a Bachelor’s degree is Sociology/Criminology and a Master’s in Forensic Studies as a Forensic Behavior Analyst. She began her journey working with youth in residential treatment facilities who struggled with mental health, offense specific, substance abuse, and conduct behavioral issues. Kris has experience as a Savio House contracted Caseworker for El Paso County DHS, Case Consultant for several Guardian Ad Litems, Investigator for the Office of Respondent Parent Counsel, individual and family therapist, and has three years of experience practicing the MST therapy model with families of high-risk youth to avoid out of home placement and increase overall positive family functioning. Kris is excited to be a part of Four Feathers new MST program.

Michael Snider, MSC MFCT, CTC, Thd (h), Registered Psychotherapist

Michael Snider, MSC MFCT, CTC, Thd (h), Registered Psychotherapist

Mike has worked with couples, adult individuals, teens and families in a variety of areas including mental health, substance abuse, trauma, PTSD, as well as marital crisis, family issues, and communication in both group and individual settings.
Mike is a Registered Therapist with the State of Colorado, A Certified Temperament Counselor and has a Master’s Degree from the University of Phoenix in Marriage, Family and Child Therapy. He received an honorary Doctor of Theology from Calvary Institute and is an EMDR trained therapist. He serves as the chairman of the elder board of Calvary Fellowship Fountain Valley as well as being a founding member. Mike has been married for 33 years and has a daughter and son-in-law living in Portland, OR.

Nerisa Yates, Chief Finance Officer

Nerisa Yates, Chief Finance Officer

Nerisa Yates, brings five years of corporate accounting experience and 13 years of small business/personal accounting experience to the Four Feathers team. Nerisa is responsible for the daily accounting functions as well as contributing to the company’s vision, goal setting and growth from a financial point of view. Nerisa has enjoyed working with a dedicated team of professionals that puts their clients first and foremost. She strives to keep Four Feathers financially fit and looks forward to helping us continue to excel in our service to the people in our communities.

Pamela King, MSW, LCSW, Licensed Therapist

Pamela King, MSW, LCSW, Licensed Therapist

Pamm graduated from Colorado State University with a BS degree in Psychology. She received her Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Denver and her license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Pamm has over 30 years of experience in various social work settings to include: working as a Child Care Worker and Program Director at Chins-up, Youth In Conflict Caseworker and Supervisor with the El Paso County Department of Human Services, Clinical Social Worker in a Day Treatment setting working with emotionally troubled children. She has provided individual, group, family and couple’s therapy, since 1993, in her own Private Practice. She addressed various issues with children including: trauma, child abuse, delinquent behavior, failed adoption, depression, and parent/child conflict, and LGBTQIA issues. She provides services to adults struggling with: depression, trauma, relationship issues and life struggles. Pamm also founded several Group Center’s for adolescent females struggling with delinquency, trauma, history of abuse, failed adoption and parent/child conflict. She established and was the Executive Director for A Kidz Hope Homes, a Child Placement Agency serving the needs of troubled teens and their families. Pamm uses various treatment intervention strategies including: CBT, EMDR, Behavior Modification, Reality Based Therapy, and Trauma Informed therapy. Pamm has been and remains dedicated to serving others with the belief that everyone “does the best that they can”, joining with clients based on their needs and goals and encouraging every client to believe in themselves and their self-worth.

Renee Minner, Administrative Assistant

Renee Minner, Administrative Assistant

In her former life, Ms. Renee had a career as an elementary school teacher, a foster parent and has worked with developmentally disabled adults. She is a wife, mother, and Nana. Today, she is the corner stone that keeps the inter-operations running smoothly at Four Feathers. Ms. Renee keeps our files in order and is a key player during company audits.

Shawn Daugherty, BS, Family Preservation Specialist

Shawn Daugherty, BS, Family Preservation Specialist

Hey my name is Shawn Daugherty and I have worked in the mental health/social service field for around 15 years. I have a Bachelors degree in Psychology and have extensive experience and knowledge in multiple areas including work with sexual offenders, clients with substance abuse, clients needing social and life skills, clients with a history of multiple kinds of abuse, both with victims as well as perpetrators. I am also an informed supervisor for clients who needs this type of supervision. I have worked with the Department of Youth Corrections as a tracker, mentor, and family preservation worker. I have worked extensively in foster homes as a foster care behavioral coach, both supporting the youths as well as the foster home adult leaders. I have worked with many counties with DHS doing family preservation, life skills/parenting, mentoring, have contracted through an agency with District 20 in Colorado Springs mentoring children who have struggled in the school/home setting, and have done supervised visitations. I work both with the parental figures in any case as well as the with the youth. I use a unique approach of doing mentoring or any role while using a therapeutic approach mixed with having a good working relationship with the client(s) that has been extremely effective. I love assisting people in this field and look forward to continuing to joining with others in making a positive difference in other’s lives.

Teresita "T" Tirona, MA, LPC, Owner/Founder

Teresita "T" Tirona, MA, LPC, Owner/Founder

Over 20 years experience providing brief, solution focused and multisystemic based individual, marriage and family counseling by integrating CBT, DBT, EMDR, TFCBT, HBLU, Neurofeedback and other techniques specific to clients needs. For the past ten years, clients have included mental health professionals seeking personal growth in their careers by applying "TIMAR for Professionals." Counseling provides an opportunity to openly talk about our thoughts and feelings in a safe environment, together we can discuss issues or concerns such as individual growth, anxiety and depression. As well as stress management, sexual orientation, and grief and loss counseling.