Allison Price is the married mother of two daughters living in Southwest Missouri. She has more than ten years experience working with families in crisis through placement in residential treatment centers. Trained in a variety of modalities recognized as being most effective with trauma reprocessing, she incorporates an existential approach, along with Solution focused brief therapy. Allison also uses narrative and Cognitive Behavioral therapy to increase an individual's ability to function in the home, employment, and community. Working with refugees affected by war and oppression, along with the Army Substance Program at Fort Lewis in Washington, she provided group and individual therapy for soldiers suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and drug abuse/dependence Disorders. Allison is a certified Clinical educator in 'Signs of Safety' and believes this model can have a profound impact on the emotional well being of clients. Allison holds a BA in Intercultural Communication from Michigan State University and a MA in marriage and Family Therapy from Chapman University.