Sharon joined the staff of Waikiki Health’s Care-A-Van Program in 2008. She provides clinical services to, and on behalf of, homeless adults on Oahu, including client assessment, psychotherapy, crisis intervention, case management and resource referral. Her responsibilities also include clinical supervision of undergraduate and graduate social work students. Prior to joining Waikiki Health, Sharon operated a private consulting, training, supervision and psychotherapy practice in Boulder, Colorado. Her private practice offered clinical training for professional psychiatric facility staff. Earlier, she served as a clinician with the Family Care Clinic at the Cleo Wallace Center in Westminster, Colorado. The psychiatric facility served children and youth age 21 and under and their families. Sharon also was a member of the clinical staff at Pro Behavioral Health, Inc., providing direct support and therapeutic services to individuals, couples and families; she served as a family therapist with the Chafee County Department of Social Services in Salida, Colorado; and was a co-founder and director of Heart of the Rockies Children’s Fund, a volunteer organization serving children in foster care in Chafee County, Colorado. Sharon also has experience as a school social worker and sociology instructor. Sharon earned her Master of Social Work degree from San Diego State University.