Tyler is a Lead Mentor and Operations Manager at AIM House. Originally from Boulder, Colorado, he received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2011. In 2016 he completed his Certified Addiction Counselor training through the Addiction Studies Program at Metro State University of Denver. Tyler is currently a Registered Psychotherapist, Colorado Peer and Family Specialist, and National Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist.
Tyler began working at AIM House in June of 2015. Prior to working at AIM House, he worked as a program assistant at the University of Colorado’s Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC) where he provided on-campus support for students seeking recovery from drugs and alcohol. He also volunteered at the Harm Reduction Center (HRAC) serving Colorado’s public health by working to reduce the harms associated with drug use.
Tyler’s favorite part of working at AIM House is providing young adults with the tools and guidance necessary to taking charge of their own futures. In his spare time, Tyler enjoys road cycling, playing golf, rock climbing, and attending Colorado sporting events.