Nicole Roskens, LPC, earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and her Master’s Degree in Counseling. Ms. Roskens has been licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor with the State of Arizona since 2004. Throughout her career Ms. Roskens’ focus has been working with programs serving families involved in in the child welfare system in the capacity of program manager, clinical director and as a clinician providing mental health services to children and families involved in the Foster Care and Child Welfare System. Ms. Roskens is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and has focused her career on trauma, infant-toddler mental health, and how trauma affects parents and children involved with child welfare. Ms. Roskens has completed the two-year Harris Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Training Institute and has completed the 18-month Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Training to be Rostered as a CPP Clinician. Currently, Ms. Roskens is the Clinical Director for the Maricopa County Cradle to Crayons Program, committed to meeting the therapeutic needs of children zero to three and parents involved in dependency actions in the Juvenile Court.