Meet Our Team
Dawn Chillon, Ph.D, LPC
Dawn is a nationally recognized trauma specialist in the treatment of children with severe behaviors with over fifteen years in the counseling field. Her expertise in early childhood trauma, survival behavioral patterning in adolescents and attachment repair in foster and adopted children has made her a sought after conference speaker to both state and private agencies. She is the Founder ofThe Attachment and Trauma Institute and The Foundation for Family Healing. The Attachment and Trauma Institute provides Specialized Attachment Assessments, Out-patient Counseling, Intensive In Home Counseling, and trainings to schools, state and non-profit organizations. The Foundation for Family Healing is dedicated to providing national training, education, lectures and two day workshops to both parents and professionals nationally on the impact of trauma. These trainings have proven to improve disruption rates of children in care leading to permanency within the family unit through a given understanding of the impact of trauma, effective intervention strategies, permanency planning and reform strategies.
Quality Assurance Manager
Beth has worked in the Office administration field for over 25 years. Beth, for thirteen years she worked in the school system. She relocated from WI in April of 2013 and assumed the position of Quality Assurance Manager in May of 2013. She has always taken much delight in being able to serve the community using her administrative talents. Beth and her husband have been married for thirty years. They have three children and three grandchildren. Beth and her husband have served as Pastor’s for the past twenty-five in which they have been blessed.