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Gina Skinner is the Chemical Dependency Clinical Administrator for Tulalip Tribes Behavioral Health & Recovery’s chemical dependency program. She brings over 24 years of extensive experience providing counseling for addictions to both youth and adults who are seeking help. Gina Skinner has been working as an addiction counselor since 1994 and in the treatment of opiate addiction since 2003, working in many areas of the addictions field throughout her professional career.
Thus far in her 24+ year career Mrs. Skinner has received training on many different approaches to therapy including: Moral Recognition Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Didactical Behavioral Therapy, Experiential Therapy, Harm Reduction, De-escalation, Learning Disabilities Association (Start program), Anger Management, Crisis Management, Suicide Prevention and Lethality and Interventionist. She is also a Red Cross-certified CPR/First Aid instructor.
Gina Skinner is an “Army brat” whose family originates from Arkansas. She attended Job Corps as a youth receiving degrees in horticulture, cooking school and union carpentry. She loves to cook, play with her dogs, go on adventures at every chance and take naps.
24 years of extensive experience providing counseling for addictions to both youth and adults who are seeking help.
Received award for “Vision and Leadership” from Washington State DBHR/DASA 2000