Staff

Lynda V. Bennett, LISW, Executive Director

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Inez Baker-Westbrock, RN, CNP, Clinic Director

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Ann Bryan, Director of Finance & Administration

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Scott Cole-Hill, Manager of Homeless Youth Programs

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Hanna Getachew-Kreusser, Director of Programs

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Dana Hays, Director of Development

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Willie Suttle, Facilities Manager

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Therapists

 

Frankie Galka first joined Face to Face as an intern. Since her first day, she has learned more about the grace and resilience of youth. She happily joined the team shortly after graduating with a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy form St Mary’s University. Frankie works primarily with pregnant and parenting client’s as she values families of all shapes and sizes. Frankie previously worked as an Early Childhood Educator and as an ESL teacher. Through her experience, she understands that parents need the support of one another and the community. Through ESL, she understands that culture provides the lens through which we see the world. She appreciates that differing views have enriched her life experience and understanding of how the world operates. She respects her clients and supports finding the solutions to their life challenges. It is a job she is well suited to and feels blessed to have.

 

Jenna Hillman, MA, LMFT has been a part of Face to Face's Intensive Systemic Therapy program since August 2008.  She previously worked with various metro agencies doing In-home Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports.  She also worked at The Bridge for Runaway Youth.

 

Megan Holm, LMFT joined Face to Face in November 2010 as an in-home therapist. She now works in the outpatient program and facilitates the GLBTQ Support Group. Megan works in collaboration with clients and their support networks to build increased connection, empathy and understanding. Megan strives to provide culturally competent services that honor and value client’s experiences, and she appreciates the power of play and creativity in healing. Megan uses frameworks that include trauma-informed care, family systems therapy, harm reduction, non-violent communication, and somatic experiencing.

 

Sue Rau MSW, LICSW has over 10 years of experience working with youth and families in a variety of settings.  She began her graduate internship at Face to Face in 2003 and volunteered as a co-facilitator with the GLBT support group from 2003-2007.  She is committed to empowering youth struggling with life issues by using a strength based approach to assist in creating change.  Her areas of interest include anxiety and depression, pregnancy and parenting concerns and GLBTQ related issues. You can make an appointment by calling 651.772.5661.

 

Dorothee Tshiela, MA joined the Face to Face Outpatient Therapy program in November 2014. Dorothee previously worked with an agency in the metro doing in-home Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports. She also has previous experiences working with survivors of traumatic experiences. Dorothee uses a trauma-informed approach to empower her clients and work collaboratively within the community to build healthy therapeutic relationships. Her areas of interest include family work, cultural issues, trauma, depression and anxiety.

 

 

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