Date(s) - 02/12/2021
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Charlotte Peper is a fifth generation Tucson native, a mother and grandmother. Her journey into healthcare began in 1986 as a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist where she worked helping elders, children with disabilities, people with sensory impairments, people in alcohol and drug recovery, and hospice care. She is also a traditional healer who accompanies medicine people on the reservations to heal those, who have experienced traumatic losses, and she assists with the Horse Camp for local native children. In 2005 Charlotte became a psychotherapist and has worked helping homeless youth, people with serious mental illnesses, LGBTQ people– especially with transgender people, survivors of sex trafficking, and extreme traumatic events. She is also a clinical supervisor, a Licensed Professional Counselor, an internationally certified Transactional Analysis Practitioner, A Sex Trafficking Research Trainer through Arizona State University, a member of the National Organization of Women, a Centennial Whose Who Awardee and an Eden Associate. She has been a local, national and international speaker, and currently works at Jewish Family and Children Services in a multi-faceted role as the Clinical Program Development and Outreach Manager, Clinical Supervisor, has a client caseload, and manages the intern program. Charlotte uses Capacitar techniques every day in both her personal and professional life. She has taught and practiced Capacitar techniques with her entire agency, and uses techniques with her clients. She attended both the Basic and Advanced Capacitar classes and remains an active member in Capacitar Arizona.