Annie Anderson Wolf (D’arice Anderson), MFA, MA, AT, LMHC, CISM, DCoE
Annie Wolf moved to Boise two years ago from Seattle, WA and brings with her over 20 years of experience in the therapy world.
She received her M.A. from Antioch University, Seattle, WA as a C.F.T. (Couples and Family Therapist), and completed post graduate work in Medical Art Therapy at U.C. Berkeley/Extension.
While in California, she became certified in C.I.S.M. (Critical Incident Stress Management), taught psychological training for military troops and the F.B.I., and performed consulting work for JPRA (Joint Personnel Recovery Agency) in Washington D.C. She was also a full-time community relations specialist with the Charles Schwab Foundation and worked with over 120 non-profit organizations.
Upon returning to Seattle, she worked with Seattle Police and Fire in the Homicide/Arson Investigation unit, and with the Soldiers Project Northwest as a therapist with therapy dogs for Veterans with PTSD and TBI.
Annie worked as a medical art therapist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, and she and her faithful Golden Retriever, Chloe, were a volunteer Delta Society team at the Seattle Veterans Administration Hospital until their move to Boise in 2014. Since moving to this area she has continued to work alongside fire, police, paramedics, coroner’s office and all first responders as a volunteer in the TIP (Trauma Intervention Program), remaining active in volunteering at the Boise VA.
Her interests include raising and training therapy dogs, working in her garden and her art studio, and kayaking. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our team as a Trauma Consultant.