Therapist & Substance Use Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program Facilitator
- BS in Psychology – Wayland Baptist University
- MS in Juvenile Forensic Psychology – Prairie View A&M University
Solomon is an Addictions Counselor who aims to be a vessel of hope to all those that cross his path. He does this through encouragement, support, and information sharing. This builds confidence in each individual that they can lead a life without alcohol and drugs.
When asked what he likes most about his job he said, “I absolutely love working at Sage. I love working with recovering addicts and having the chance to help people heal and return to functioning as the best version of themselves. The Addiction SUDS team of providers is the strongest team of colleagues that I have ever been a part of… The support and decision making as a team for the clients we work with is an absolutely awesome experience that allows the load of treatment to be shared with providers of different areas of expertise.”
In his free time, Solomon likes coaching Youth Club Baseball, golfing, bowling, fishing, and ACTS. A fun fact about Solomon is that he played college baseball.
Solomon sees adult addictions patients Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Community Outreach & Marketing
BA in Strategic Communication – University of New Mexico
Imani is a writer and social media manager who assists the admin of Sage with community outreach and marketing.
Her own struggles with mental health and experience in therapy give her a unique perspective to empathize with the patients/clients of Sage. Her experiences influence the blogs that she writes and the social media content she produces.
In her free time, Imani enjoys traveling, making YouTube videos, reading, and obnoxiously singing to show tunes.
* All blog content that is written by Imani is approved by a licensed mental health professional.*