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I am the Program Development Director and a Family Therapist for Family Works, Inc. We work with families who have been involved with the Indiana State Department of Child Services for abuse or neglect. I go to people’s homes and work with them in reuniting with their families. I have my Masters of Social Work, am a Licensed Social Works, and am a Credentialed Sexually Abusive Youth Clinician. My days are spent between office time and driving to different client’s homes throughout Indianapolis.
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I hold myself accountable to doing better today than I did yesterday. I also hold myself accountable to being reliable and someone that does what they say they will do. This is something I am always working at, and I have accepted that I am a work in progress and will be throughout the remainder of my life.
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