Francisco joins Samaritan Center
Mike Francisco, M.A., L.C.S.W., has joined the Samaritan Center of the Rockies. He will provide individual, marital and family therapy, as well as offering several workshops and seminars. The Samaritan Center of the Rockies is a community-based counseling center that is a resource for individuals and families who find themselves facing the inevitable difficulties and crises of life. Using the insight and experience of modern psychotherapy along with the wisdom and strength of a faith tradition, the Samaritan Center offers a healing environment for individuals and families.
“I have 30 years of counseling experience and hope to be an asset to the Center and to the people of the Vail Valley,” Francisco said. Francisco and his wife, Terri, who is the director of the Women and Children’s Center at the Vail Valley Medical Center, live in Gypsum. They have two children, Amanda, a recent graduate of Miami University, and Matt, who will be a junior at Ohio State University this fall.
For more information about the Samaritan Center of the Rockies, contact Randy J. Simmonds, Ph.D., executive director, at 970-926-8558.