Crisis Clinician, LCSW
Dustin Flatt, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker with the Hope Center in Eagle, Colorado. Originally hailing from western South Dakota, Dustin joined the Minnesota Army National Guard and was a member throughout his undergraduate studies at the University of Minnesota. Several years followed working in logistics management and marketing in the Minneapolis area prior to September 11th, 2001. Following the attacks, Dustin joined the active duty US Army and was stationed in Germany. He completed a NATO peacekeeping mission in Kosovo and a combat deployment to Iraq as US Army infantry. Following redeployment to Germany, Dustin honorably discharged from the military and returned to the US to live in the Denver area. He again worked in logistics management prior to returning to school to finish his Masters in Social Work degree at the University of Denver. Hoping to work with populations impacted by war, he was hired and held several different positions within the Department of Veterans Affairs. These positions included managing the national bereavement program for Readjustment Counseling Services and as a licensed clinical social worker with the Denver Vet Center. Most recently, Dustin was employed as an Instructor/Clinician for the University of Colorado Anschutz Campus in an outpatient mental health clinic focusing on military families. He has provided behavioral health services from crisis situations to prolonged therapy across a very broad demographic.
His decision to reside in Colorado now allows him to also seek his love of the outdoors, mountains, and music. Mr. Flatt remains in close contact with many he served with overseas continuing the brotherhood he enjoyed while serving in the US Army. He enjoys the Colorado life with his wife, young son, and a golden retriever.