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Amy Diffley is the Director of Behavioral Health Services for Copper River Native Association. Originally from California, Amy has spent the majority of her career working in non-profit social services. Prior to coming to CRNA, she was the Executive Director for non-profits that supported those living with mental illness and substance abuse disorders. When Amy is not working, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her dogs exploring new areas of Alaska.
Jim Lorence is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). He assists all clients, with a special interest in supporting the mental health needs of school age youth. Prior to working at the Copper River Native Association, he was employed as the school counselor with the Copper River School District for 21 years and coached high school basketball. Jim is a pilot and enjoys the incredible outdoor recreation opportunities available in the Copper River Valley.
Angel Craig is a Substance Use Counselor and has spent the last decade serving in Behavioral Health Department. She provides individual and group sessions that help clients dealing with addiction. Angel is able to support clients by traveling to their villages.
Jennifer Rodriguez is passionate about empowering individuals and families to overcome personal obstacles in their lives. She has a MA degree in Community Counseling and has been a licensed therapist for 19 years, currently a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado and Alaska. Jennifer provides assessment, diagnosis, substance abuse counseling, parenting support, crisis intervention and stabilization, through individual therapy by using evidenced based clinically tested interventions. She counsels people of different ages, socioeconomic backgrounds, cultures, and situations, in a therapeutic preschool, public school system, women’s prison, private practice, adult inpatient acute behavioral health unit and women’s clinic.
My name is Lauren Hahn, I am an LPC on the telehealth team at CRNA and I reside in Colorado. I have been a therapist for about 10 years and worked with many different populations. I have experience as an advocate accompanying children and adults for forensic exams and providing outpatient therapy. I have worked with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness on a mobile crisis team and in a partial hospitalization setting. Prior to joining Accesscare and CRNA, I worked in juvenile corrections and as a therapist in court mandated substance use treatment.
Rachel Robison is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in both Alaska and California. She has been working in mental health for over a decade, specializing in supporting empowerment and healing in disadvantaged communities. Rachel is a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and has focused on providing therapeutic supports to Indigenous persons as her primary focus since 2016. Rachel continues to contract with multiple Indian Health Service clinics to provide consultation, training, and teletherapy. Rachel resides in Sonoma County, California but spends as much time as she can exploring other areas.
Tiffany Outerbridge is originally from Eastern North Carolina, but has lived in California for the past 23 years until her recent move to the Copper River Valley. She stands on the threshold of an exciting new chapter in her career. Her work with youth and the developmentally delayed population, combined with her leadership roles, has shaped her into a compassionate, capable , and inspiring mental health professional. She has joined the community of CRNA with the same fervor and dedication that has defined her career thus far. At CRNA, she aims to support patients of all ages and backgrounds, continuing to fulfill her lifelong promise of delivering quality mental health services and making a positive impact on the community.