By Mary McPhail Gray
“I wanted to have a profession in which I gave back to others,” commented Marcella Skogen, the new family therapist at NVW. After she was helped by a counselor during her divorce process, she was motivated to enter the profession herself and completed a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at the University of Denver.
Like many transplants, Skogen has been visiting Taos for twenty-five years with a goal of some day being able to move here. She and her husband arrived last July and she is now working part time at both Golden Willow Retreat and NVW. She has assumed the role of lead therapist in the Familia y Mundo therapeutic after-school program where she leads counseling groups and does individual counseling. [Read more…] about Nonviolence Works Welcomes New Family Therapist