Ken Glasier - Mentor
Hello! I am Ken Glasier. For close to forty years, I have been in the mentoring field for individuals, couples, families and organizations. My education for mentoring is a BA in Social Science, a Masters of Divinity and a Masters in Human Services. My best training in being a mentor has come from the men and women in my life who have mentored me. Areas of specialty include Marriage and Family relationships, Pre-Marriage Training, Intimate Partner Power Struggles, and Mentoring other Care Givers. Much of my mentoring has been done in the environment of a local faith community. My training as a mentor incorporates ancient and modern sources of wisdom and practice.
Carolyn Herman - Mentor
My name is Carolyn Herman and I am an adolescent mentor with experience working with teenagers and their families for over 20 years. I have a masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Colorado. I have worked in private practice, in group settings, in church settings and in school settings. I currently live in Costa Rica with my family and have spent the last several years doing psychoeducational workshops for local schools and nonprofits and also assisting teachers in creating meaningful advisory/counseling groups.
Guy Torgersen - Mentor
Hello! I am a licensed alcohol and drug counselor with the State of New Hampshire. I spent over fifteen years volunteering in the state prison, facilitating men’s groups. I utilized my volunteer experience and my passion to help others and made a career change and went back to school for addiction counseling. I have spent the last six years working in the recovery field; spending one year at Hope for New Hampshire Recovery as a recovery coach and licensed CRSW (Certified Recovery Support Worker) and have worked the last five years at Helping Hands Outreach Ministries as both a case manager and now as a clinician. I earned my LADC license in October of 2019.
I run an intensive outpatient program called Three Strands Treatment Program that is evidence based. I also am a contract LADC with Better Life Partners, a Medical Assisted Suboxone program.
My own LLC called G.L.T. Substance Use Disorder Counseling provides clinical assessments, individual counseling, and group counseling. I utilize evidence-based modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. My counseling experience extends to a broad population of clients including those coming from corrections, treatment and the homeless, as well as referrals from the community. I accept Medicaid and private insurance clients, as well as a cash basis.