Interview With Whitney
Tell us a little about yourself:
I was born and raised here in Glendale and went to Arizona State University for both my undergraduate and graduate school. I have been married to my amazing best friend Josh for almost 2 years. I enjoy hiking, singing, and hanging out with my family. I also love to cook/bake new meals and/or desserts every week. One of my greatest baking accomplishments was when I made a delicious gluten free sourdough bread loaf from scratch.
Why did you become a therapist?
I became a therapist because I love to watch kids grow and learn new skills. I also love the the long-term impact I can have on a family’s life by giving their little kid a voice.
Why do you think your coworkers nominated you for having a can-do attitude?
I think my coworkers nominated me because I don’t say “no” when it comes to brainstorming treatment ideas with other therapists, helping treat other clinician’s kids, working on extra theme or department projects, etc. I am always willing to tackle the next challenge and help others do the same.
What do you love most about working for TEAM 4 Kids?
I love how helpful everyone is at TEAM 4 Kids. I know that I could go to any therapist in any discipline and ask them for advice. Everyone genuinely works as a TEAM and wants to see each other succeed.
If you had one wish, what would it be?
My one wish would be to travel the world and specifically visit each country in Europe.
Nominations for Whitney:
“Whitney is always positive with her kids and is great at trying out different ways to target goals when her kids are having trouble grasping concepts. She is always prepared to collaborate about clients and gives great suggestions/advice.”
“She always has a smile on her face and is always willing to help with extra projects around the clinic.”
“Whitney volunteers all the time to help out her coworkers.”
“Whitney goes above and beyond for all of her clients. She manages problem behaviors extremely well with her “can do” attitude and finds the best ways to motivate her clients and keep them learning and reaching milestones.”
“She always has a can-do attitude”
“She is always doing something whether she couldn’t see kiddos because she was waiting on her license. She is doing projects or cleaning up areas. She is always willing to help!”
“Always willing to help see clients for others, has a great attitude all day”
“She is always asking families to leave a review and share their positive experiences.”
“Whitney offers to do any and everything asked of her! She has an amazing attitude and spirit!”
“She has an upbeat personality and is genuinely happy to help others when asked to help last minute with a ST related task or non dept related task.”
“She never says no to any task or challenge put in her way. She perseveres!”
“Whitney always has a positive attitude and is willing to brainstorm ideas to provide best service for our clients!”