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WINGS’ support groups would not be possible without our amazing volunteer facilitators. Every WINGS group is facilitated by a master’s level psychotherapist, each of whom is carefully screened and trained by WINGS’ staff. Their role is to provide safety, stability, and structure to the group, allowing group members to focus on their own issues rather than taking care of each other. All facilitators are paired with a supervisor who meets with them monthly, and generously make themselves available as needed. We are incredibly grateful for those who give their time to WINGS and the survivors and loved ones we serve by serving as facilitators and supervisors. Below is our list of our current supervisors who support facilitator’s professional growth and development:
Maegen Horton, MA, LPC. Maegen’s education includes a Master’s Degree in School Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Wyoming.
She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Her clinical background includes work experience with children and adolescents in school settings, community settings and inpatient facility settings.
In more recent years, she has worked with adults and trauma in community settings. She currently works at Rocky Mountain Counseling Coaching and Consulting with adults and children. She is also in her fourth year of a PhD program in Counselor Education and Supervision at UNC. Starting in 2014 she has taken extensive courses on clinical supervision through my PhD program, and she has supervised master counseling students in their practicum and internship experiences since then.
Casey Burnett is a graduate of Naropa University’s Contemplative Psychotherapy program. He has worked in residential treatment and lead groups in various settings. Casey is invested in supporting your empowerment and renewal in the present moment. Whether with friends, family, co-workers, or one’s self, Casey has built a practice focused on relationships. He works with individuals, children and couples who want or need help finding their way navigating life.