Current Leadership

Our network is currently lead by the inaugural leadership. These individuals have volunteered to take on the immense task of getting this network organized and established. As inaugural leadership though, they will serve for approximately one year as the network is organized and established.

After one year, an election will be held to vote in our first round of elected network leadership.

 
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John Stinebaugh
Chair

John is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Colorado and Wyoming and has been in community mental health for over 12 years. He has worked extensively with youth and families in his clinical work, and has developed numerous programs including dealing with first episode psychosis, at risk youth and families, tele-health services and supervision in his time as an administrator. He is a recipient of the AAMFT certificate in leadership from its inaugural cohort. John enjoys disc golf, geocaching, reading, anything Star Wars, and spending time with his wife and two cats.

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Aaron Anderson
Chair-Elect

Aaron Anderson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Director of The Marriage and Family Clinic in Denver, Colorado. He specializes in working with couples and stepfamilies. He lives in Denver with his wife and three children who keep him busy coaching their sports.

 
 
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Carol Mascarenhas
Secretary

Carol is a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate with a Masters of Arts from Regis University.  Her past clinical experience worked with clients in the criminal justice system, but she recently began a private practice that focuses on processing cultural identity and unhealthy relational dynamics.  Her clinical work, as well as being first generation East Indian, have brought awareness to dynamics of power, privilege, and oppression that occur in our society and have instilled an importance to only act as a therapist, but also an advocate, activist, and a leader in the Marriage and Family Therapy field.  She believes that it is vital for the Rocky Mountain Family Therapy Network to make decisions that affect our field with values that include cultural sensitivity, compassion, and curiosity; a lens that she strives to bring to the team.
Carol enjoys reading, hiking, eating ice cream, and taking walks to explore different parts of the city.

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Linnea Tobias
Treasurer

Linnea earned her Master of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Colorado State University-Fort Collins and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Colorado and Wyoming.  She currently works with mentally ill clients and teaches Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills.  She recently earned her Master of Business Administration with a focus on Health Services Administration, and is excited to be treasurer for the new organization.  Her hobbies are reading, mostly non-fiction and behavioral economics, taking care of 4 horses on her farm, and getting outside as much as possible.  

 

Other Support

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Ethan Bratt
Website, Technology, and Moral Support

Ethan is a licensed marriage and family therapist and sex therapist in both Colorado and Wyoming. He has a private practice in Greeley and Fort Collins focused on relational and sex therapy. He and his wife stay busy desperately trying to keep up with chasing their four kids.

 
 

As the network gets up and running, we anticipate having a number of other opportunities for members to help lead this group. If you are interested in being considered for election to the core leadership or volunteering to help with any of the variety of services we aim to provide, let us know!