Megan Aguayo, Program Coordinator, Case Manager
Megan is a Native Nevadan and outdoor enthusiast. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada in 2007 with a Minor in Addictions Treatment. Since college, Megan has worked with a wide range of individuals from at-risk youth to adults with severe mental illness. Her passion is helping others. As a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist and Psychiatric Case Manager, she has assisted countless individuals find meaning and gain hope for recovery. Being born and raised in this wonderful state has given her the opportunity to appreciate activities such as snowboarding, hiking, wakeboarding and softball. She enjoys spending time with her family and two dogs, traveling and staying active.
Alan Weathersby, Lead Clinician
Alan is lead clinician for the Enliven program. He is originally from Georgia and holds a degree in political science. He has graduate degrees in religion and social ethics, and has experience as a clinical worker in mental health. Alan moved to Nevada in 2006 with his family (his wife Barb, three adult children, John, Michelle and Nick, and six grandchildren). He has over thirty years of extensive experience in mental health and has specialized experience in working with those with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression. He enjoys reading, walking and enjoying the beauty of the state of Nevada.
Jacklyn Jensen, Mental Health Therapist
Jacklyn Jensen is a Reno native. She graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2008 in Education and pursued her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Liberty University, which was recently completed in May 2015. She has nearly 10 years experience working with children, adolescents and young adults in various capacities and truly finds working with this group to be highly rewarding and meaningful. She believes that we have so much to learn from every individual that we come in contact with and she finds that most change comes when she simply becomes present, and having trust that individuals are equipped with their own power to change.