Michelle Muething, MA, LPC
Michelle was one of the first five staff members who helped create the Aspen Hope Center in 2010. She received her graduate degree in Clinical Psychology with a subspecialty in neuropsychology from Western Carolina University in 1999. She has worked as a crisis clinician in various inner city and rural emergency departments, has conducted psychological evaluations for prison inmates, functioned as Juvenile Coordinator and then Executive Director of the Rape Crisis Center in Beaufort, SC and was part of the administration team, when she served as the Corporate Compliance Officer at Fairbanks Hospital in Indianapolis, IN.
Michelle also has a passion for teaching and has taught at Indiana University for nine years in the Department of Psychology, as well as locally at CMC. She is trained in CBT, bio-feedback and in the administration of neuropsychological testing and interpretation.
Michelle is currently the executive director at the Aspen Hope Center where she and 7 other staff members dedicate themselves to connecting the community and reducing the stigma of mental illness and suicide. Michelle moved to Aspen with her husband and twin boys in the winter of 2009 and now calls the valley her home.