Zoe has a passion for working with individuals experiencing substance abuse and co-occurring mental health diagnoses. Zoe earned her Master’s of Social Work and Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology from the University of Denver. She believes in the importance of compassionate care while using a trauma integrated approach. Zoe focuses on helping clients to bring the therapy and recovery skills they are learning into their everyday lives. She has experience working as a Family Advocate at Warren Village First Step for women transitioning out of homelessness and a Clinical Social Work intern at UCHealth Center for Dependency, Addiction, and Rehabilitation (CeDAR). She is currently the Clinical Case Manager at Summit Women’s Recovery. In addition, Zoe received an Animal Assisted Social Work Certificate from University of Denver’s Institute for Human-Animal Connection. She enjoys integrating animals into the therapeutic setting to help make clients feel more comfortable in the beginning stages of recovery. Zoe is dedicated to providing client-centered, empathetic, and compassionate care.