Dorian Evers, M.Ed.
Executive Functioning Coach
After graduating from UCLA, Dorian joined the Teach for America program in Washington, D.C. where she served as a high school Special Education Teacher for three years. As a teacher, she provided one-on-one services to students with varying disabilities from ADHD to Emotional Disturbances to Dyslexia and learned how to tailor interventions to lead to their success in the classroom. As a teacher, she saw the importance of cultivating genuine relationships with students in order to provide quality interventions that led to lasting success. While in D.C., Dorian also received her Masters of Education at George Mason University.
After her third year as a teacher, she headed west to Boise, Idaho where she gained experience providing therapeutic interventions and advocating for refugees and adults with mental illnesses. While in Idaho, she taught her clients a wide array of coping skills to enable them to lead independent lives in their community. As a mental health professional, she learned how to creatively provide interventions that were useful to her adult clients. Her experience and success with students and clients of all ages encouraged her to pack her things one more time to pursue a masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at University of Colorado Denver.
Dorian’s years working with clients and students of all backgrounds has filled her toolkit with a variety of techniques that work with clients of all needs, abilities, and backgrounds. She has a passion and commitment to meeting clients where they are and tailoring interventions to the client in order to teach them how lead successful, meaningful, and productive lives.
When Dorian isn’t striving to empower clients to be their best selves, you can find her on the slopes, hiking a Colorado 14er, making a craft for her home or in the kitchen baking treats for her friends and family!