Behavioral First Responder Advisory Board
The Behavioral First Responder curriculum was first started to be developed in 2015. Because of the dynamic nature of the mental health field, Alpenglow established an advisory board in 2018. This board meets bi-annually and advises on curriculum, policy, and best practices in the field. To learn more or join our board contact us today!
Meet the Members
Taylor Zurlinden, M.A.
Taylor is currently a doctoral candidate in ClinicalHealth Psychology at East Carolina University. Taylor’s love for the outdoors developed while growing up in Northern Maine. Taylor has worked with patients across the lifespan, utilizing evidence-based treatments for a variety of clinical presentations. Taylor is most passionate about working with service members, both Active Duty and Veterans. Her research is focused on sleep and Traumatic Brain Injuries. When she’s not busy working on her PhD, you can find her enjoying biking or hiking with her husband and hound-dog Chester.
Danielle (Miller) Hajdini LCSW
I have a B.A. in Political Science and Telecommunications from Indiana University and a M.S.W. (Masters of Social Work) from Boston College. After 3 years of clinically supervised, postgraduate, real life work, I earned my clinical license to practice therapy independently in 2009; however, I have been working in the field of social work since 2001. I hold a LCSW in the state of Georgia (#CSW007037) and a LSCSW in the state of Kansas (#4263)
Brian Croft M.S
Ellen is currently a graduate student studying marriage and family counseling at California State University, Fullerton. Check back for more on Ellen
Pat Feeny Ph.D.