With Calo’s steady growth there was a pressing need for another therapist on the clinical team. After an exhaustive and careful nationwide search, Calo’s clinical and leadership teams believe Evan Page was the best person for the job. Evan rose to the top of the hiring pool due to his integrity, thoroughness, work ethic, skills and passion of making positive differences in the lives of young people and their families.
Evan joins Calo after relocating from Colorado where he completed his undergraduate and graduate work and launched his professional career. After completing his Bachelors of Arts in Counseling Psychology with a minor in Sociology, Evan worked at Doulos, a residential treatment center for teens in Colorado. There Evan mentored students struggling with depression, anger, self-destructive tendencies, and manipulation. This opportunity cemented Evans desire to counsel teens and from there he went on to received his Masters degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary. Evan is skilled in a myriad of therapies and specialties including group therapy, gang violence, family systems, couple counseling, parent-child counseling, substance use/abuse, addictions, grief and loss, social and peer influences, life skills and more. Evan is also a member of the American Counseling Association and is Prepare and Enrich Certified. In his free time he enjoys reading, hiking, skiing, and the guitar.
Calo welcomes Evan and we all look forward to learning more from him!