Chelsie Musisko is a Master’s graduate of Science in Clinical Mental Health Therapy with more than 5 years’ field experience in the human services field. She has worked with children, adolescents, teens and adults. Chelsie’s clinical experiences include professional diagnostics with the severely mentally ill, as well as trauma informed care and drug and alcohol interventions. She has also worked with children with behavioral issues, co-occurring disorders and, Autism. Chelsie is certified in Spiritual and Religious Counseling and she is a published author (Career Counseling). She has worked with children as a Therapeutic Support Services professional dedicating her time to children with severe behavior issues as well as Autism, using ABA as well as play therapy. Additionally, she is experienced in juvenile settings with teens and young adults with histories of mental health, drug and alcohol, trauma, and behavior/legal issues. Chelsie has specialized experience working with the drug and alcohol population in numerous level of care, and treatment including: medicated assisted treatment, intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient settings. Furthermore, Chelsie brings to Outreach experience across mental health including partial hospitalization and outpatient settings. She is passionate about helping children and youth develop healthy coping skills in early life to prevent difficult issues into adulthood as she, herself had overcome early life hardships and has a particularly empathic point of view for such matters.