Daniel is a recent graduate of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling master's program at Florida International University. Being able to intertwine both Spanish and psychology through the PASEO program has been an incredible experience for Daniel, and he plans to improve upon these skills in order to provide counseling services to under-serviced populations in Central and South America in the near future.
Eileen Twohy (PhD) is a pediatric psychologist at Children's Hospital Colorado (CHC) and an assistant professor at University of Colorado School of Medicine. Eileen is a Qualified Bilingual Staff (QBS) member at CHCO, where she serves on the consultation/liaison and provides outpatient evaluation and intervention. Her interests include working with suicidal patients, interdisciplinary treatment for children and adolescents with comorbid psychiatric and medical diagnoses and behavioral healthcare access for underserved populations. Participation in the PASEO program deeply enhanced Eilieen's facility with clinical Spanish as well as her awareness of global mental health concerns.
Hillary Haspel, MSW, graduated from the University of Denver's Graduate School of Social Work in 2017 with a Certificate in Social Work with Latin@s. She graduated from the University of Texas in 2015 with BA in Psychology and minor in Spanish. Hillary is passionate about working with children and their families who have experienced trauma. She is currently working at the Mental Health Center of Denver's intensive day treatment program as a bilingual child and family therapist.