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How does one build hope in resilience in a child? Michael has over 20 years’ experience working with children and families and has worked with Intermountain in Helena since October 2000. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Puget Sound Christian College in April 2000 and his Masters in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in August 2012. Michael is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Montana with a private practice in Montana City, Montana. Michael is a published writer in several professional magazines, and for fun loves to write poetry. He and his wife, Kari, celebrate 27 years of marriage. They have four children and three grandsons. Michael and his family enjoy camping, hiking, and exploring new places. Michael believes the work that is done at Intermountain is of eternal value, working to improve the futures of children and families for generations to come.

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