Behavioral Health Tech
Esther joined the Ken Seeley Intervention 911 and Mental Wellness in July of 2020. Esther attended school in Santa Barbara and earned her degree in Human Services and earned her certification at American Career College in Medication Technician. She is a License Medication Technician. Prior to coming to Ken Seeley Intervention 911 and Mental Wellness, Esther’s previous experience includes working at a crisis residential facility for co-occurring disorders, serving as Program Coordinator and Medication Technician. She has also been the Program Coordinator and Medication Technician of outpatient services for dually diagnosed individuals and has provided intensive case management to adults, adolescents and children for over 10 years. During that same time frame Esther also worked with Senior Living population patients that require Memory Care/Hospice/Assisting Living. Most recently, Esther was a Licensed Medication Technician providing and/or arranged for a combination of assistance with activities of daily living, personalized support, and healthcare services for seniors at Senior Resource Group. Esther offers compassion, knowledge and support in many areas. She is passionate about working in an environment with people that are trying to change their lives. She is a firm believer in integrated treatment services. Esther’s goal is to provide a safe, nonjudgmental environment where patients can work toward recovery and self-sufficiency. She enjoys working with diverse populations and respects the process a patient takes in reaching their goals. When she is not working, Esther loves spending time with her family and her cat.