View Bio Amera Brewer is a Behavioral Health Intervention Services Provider in the Life Connections Bettendorf location. Amera has been working with Life Connections since April of 2019. Amera graduated from Ashford University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in early childhood, and earned a National Vocational Certification in Early Years Education from Truro College in the United Kingdom. Amera also volunteered at the American Red Cross in Germany and utilized her skills to help children in Military Families work through physical and mental stress when their parents were deployed. Amera continues to follow her heart by helping children with social skills, coping skills, anger management, stress management, and family relationships.
View Bio Quentin Woods is a Family and Community Support Service Provider, as well as a Behavioral Health Intervention Services Provider at the Life Connections Bettendorf location. Quentin has been a part of the Life Connections team since October of 2019. Quentin graduated from Ashford University with a bachelor’s degree in social and criminal justice in 2014. Quentin utilizes his background to encourage, educate, and inspire youth and their families. His ability to connect with youth and act as a positive role model in his clients’ and their family’s lives assists Quentin in inspiring positive behavioral growth within his work.
View Bio Stacey Anderson is a Behavioral Health Intervention Services Provider (BHISP) for Life Connections. Stacey has been with Life Connections since October of 2016. Stacey assists her clients in eliminating or replacing disruptive, harmful or negative behaviors with positive actions. Stacey’s targeted areas of treatment tend to be stress management, self-control, self-esteem, peer and sibling relationship skills as well as other coping strategies. Stacey graduated with a Bachelor of Science in exercise science with minors in biology and psychology from St. Ambrose University in 2006. Stacey started her career as a recreation therapist, working with clients at a residential mental health facility. As a recreation therapist she worked in small group settings to improve the overall wellbeing and health of those living in the facility.
View Bio Tiffany Clark is a Behavioral Health Intervention Services and Family and Community Support Services Manager in the Life Connections Bettendorf office. Tiffany is also the Behavioral Health Manager at her location. Tiffany has been working for Life Connections since September of 2018. Tiffany attended Marycrest International University, where she graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. She received her Master of Science degree in psychology from the University of Phoenix in 2010. Tiffany is also certified for online teaching in psychology from Walden University in 2012. Tiffany specializes in teaching children effective coping skills, anger management, communication skills and resilience.