Marietta Phillips, LCSW, DCSW is a clinical social worker who has worked in multiple settings including emergency rooms, college counseling centers, employee assistance programs, VAMC, correctional institutions, community mental health centers, emergency response mobile teams, and critical incident response teams. She moved to Anchorage in 1992 after graduating from the University Of Southern California School Of Social Work. With the Red Cross, she has responded as a national disaster mental health volunteer to incidents including hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires, and terrorism. Ms. Phillips previously worked at JBER as a Military Family Life Consultant, and was a private practice - based Military One Source/Tricare provider. In 2007, she received a Recognition of Service award while participating in Operation Enduring Families, a corps of mental health volunteers working with the Iowa National Guard demobilizing after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. She values a person-centered, shared decision making approach while specializing in life transitions, trauma informed care, grief and loss, building resiliency, anxiety/depression, and crisis intervention, and enjoys incorporating musical strategies into her work. Marietta is grateful for the opportunity to support our Air Force service members.