Cherish Roberts is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She also serves as the Clinical Supervisor of Tumbleweed’s Runaway and Homeless Youth Program. In this article, we’ll learn more about Cherish’s work in the community and her certification and education.
Cherish Roberts is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Cherish Roberts has been a licensed clinical professional counselor since 2009. She is also a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. After graduating with a Masters’s degree in Psychology from MSU-Billings, she worked at the Tumbleweed Program in Billings for 13 years, providing services to children and families in crisis. She was also the director of an after-hours on-call program during this time. In addition, Cherish provided counseling services at an alternative high school. Eventually, the school closed, so she transferred to another alternative high school in the Billings area.
She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Cherish Roberts is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Billings, Montana. She has been in the field for over ten years and has worked with various people. She is experienced with children, families, and individuals dealing with multiple issues, including ADHD. Cherish received her master’s degree in psychology from MSU-Billings in 2002. After graduation, she worked for the Tumbleweed Program in Billings. During that time, she provided counseling services to families in crisis and supervised a program for teens at Crossroads alternative high school. When Crossroads closed, she transferred to Skyview high school, where she continued to provide counseling services until she left the organization in 2011.
Cherish Roberts is a Licensed and Accredited Marriage and Family Therapist. She holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and is certified in EMDR therapy. She has extensive experience working with adults and children and specializes in working with trauma, attachment issues, and self-esteem issues. She also has training in working with children and families who have autism.
She is the Clinical Supervisor for Tumbleweed’s Runaway and Homeless Youth Program
Cherish Roberts has been with Tumbleweed for 13 years and has been a licensed clinical professional counselor since 2009. She earned her Master of Psychology from MSU-Billings in 2002. Before working at Tumbleweed, Cherish provided on-call counseling services for at-risk youth and families. She also assisted at an alternative high school called Crossroads. When that school closed, Cherish transferred to Skyview High School. She provided counseling services for children and families until she became the Clinical Supervisor for Tumbleweed’s runaway and homeless youth program in 2011.
Homeless youth often face severe challenges in their daily lives, including poor health, poor nutrition, and low self-esteem. Their rates of mental illness are three times higher than those of non-runaway youth. They also face significant barriers to attending schools, such as legal guardianship requirements and criminal records. The absence of resources and a lack of support at home make it difficult for homeless youth to obtain an education and support themselves emotionally.