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Triskele Rivers Team
Carrie Fuentes, M.A.
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Human Relationship and Animal-Assisted Growth & Development Specialist

After graduating in 1995 from Lewis and Clark College with a MA Degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on children and adolescents, Carrie began her mental health career. Her journey has taken her into many environments, from working with troubled youth, supporting struggling parents, developing an educational program that allowed students more freedom, and running grief groups at Providence Hospice. In 2015 she completed her post-graduate work in Equine-Assisted Learning. Carrie combined her interests in alternative education, mental health, conscious parenting, and her knowledge of animal-human relationships. This paved the way for her to support parents, children, and teens in new and creative ways in order to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships in general. It is a dream come true to create an organization to help individuals slow down and dive deeply into changing set patterns through inquiry, connection, and intuition. Carrie feels the work individuals do to gain more consciousness will lead to a more caring and engaged community. 

  • M.A. Counseling Psychology

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Equine-Assisted Learning

  • Trained in Compassionate Communication with Animals 

  • Certificate in Healing, Grief, and Loss 

Ann Hansen,M.S., C-IAYT

Developmental Specialist/Yoga Therapist

Ann began her career as a Developmental Specialist working with children and families over 30 years ago. She has a Masters Degree in Education( Early Childhood Special Education) and completed a two year certification program studying the effects of stress and trauma on brain development. Ann’s interest in how humans learn and grow led to continued study of family relationships and adult development. She worked in a variety of settings as a teacher, child development specialist, parent coach, group facilitator, alternative education consultant and administrator. Her interest in mind/body integration and its relationship to communication and learning led her to pursue training in Yoga Therapy. Ann completed the highest level of training in order to be certified as a Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) through the International Association of Yoga Therapists. In addition, she has completed training in Trauma Informed/Brain Sensitive Yoga. Ann integrates her knowledge of Child/Human Development, Neuroscience and Yoga Therapy(Nervous System Health) in her work with children and families. She is aware that for healing to take place, we need to look at the whole person. She is committed to supporting children, teens and adults as they increase self awareness and gain the tools they need to navigate life and relationships.  

  • M.S. Special Education

  • Certification in Neurosequential Model of Therapy

  • Certified Yoga Therapist (International Association of Yoga Therapists)

  • Certified Yoga Teacher, RYT 500, with a specialization in Kundalini/Yoga Psychology

  • Certificate in Mindful Teaching

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