FOUNDER & CEO
DR. KAITLYN GOUBEAU, LICSW
Dr. Kaitlyn Goubeau is a licensed clinical social worker. She founded Center for Justice Social Work in 2020 after spending years building and implementing police social work programs. Kaitlyn began her journey at Everett Police Department and went on to help various police and fire departments. In addition to CJSW, Kaitlyn owns and operates a private counseling clinic called Soundview Wellness. She is passionate about teaching and mentoring social workers as well as developing policy and supporting legislative changes to create more healing focused communities. Kaitlyn received the Red Cross Clare Waite Humanitarian Award for her work with Everett Police Department as well as the NASW Washington Chapter's President's Award for the work that CJSW is doing with the City of Arlington, Arlington Police, and North County Fire. Kaitlyn and her husband both grew up in Stanwood where they continue to reside today with their two golden retrievers.
Jessica earned her BS in Administrative Management from Central Washington University. Jessica has 6+ years of experience working in Project & Administrative Management and will be focused behind the scenes of CJSW helping with business administration, managing social media, curating CJSW podcast episodes, streamlining processes, developing policies/protocols, scheduling meetings, communicating with community partners and assisting Kaitlyn Goubeau in all administrative aspects of CJSW. Jessica started as a receptionist with Soundview Wellness before she transitioned into Executive Assistant with CJSW. Jessica grew up in Washington State and is familiar with the crisis needs of our community and is currently helping us build out our branch focused for those suffering from chronic illness.
DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES
SARAH TRAJANO, LICSW
Sarah is a licensed clinical social worker. Sarah graduated from Seattle University with her BA in Social Work and received her Master's of Social Work from Eastern Washington University. She has years of experience working with individuals of all ages with various mental health challenges. Sarah started as a counselor with Soundview Wellness and then joined CJSW to help supervise the interns of our Mobile Integrated Health program with the City of Arlington.
JUSTICE SOCIAL WORKER
OLIVIA LAUZON, LSWAIC
Olivia is a licensed clinical social work associate who prioritizes a trauma-informed approach and has experience working with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, interpersonal conflict, and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Her goal is to understand and honor her clients’ needs, and to utilize a combination of modalities (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, and Mindfulness techniques) to best serve them. Olivia received her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Denver, and her background is deeply rooted in psychology. She earned a Master of Arts in Forensic and Legal Psychology from Marymount University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Lynchburg College.
Sarah Reyes is a proud alum of Washington State University, where she received her BA in Communications. She has a background in communications, social media and events, bringing with her experience in the realm of sports, city government and entertainment. Sarah has a passion for words and is excited to share all of the incredible work that the Center for Justice Social Work is doing in the Arlington community and beyond. Sarah will be managing press and assisting in social media marketing at CJSW.
SOCIAL WORK INTERN
Jill is a MSW student at Eastern Washington University. She is a licensed Substance Use Disorder Counselor and has a Master’s degree in Behavioral Health and Addiction Studies. Jill currently works for a Tribal Health program and has experience assisting individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Jill is passionate about helping people recover from addiction, trauma, and other life struggles by providing individualized treatment based on the person’s unique needs. She lives in Marysville with her family, dogs, and cats. In her free time, Jill enjoys spending time with her family.
SOCIAL WORK INTERN
Alyssa is a MSW student at Walden University. She received her BA in Society, Ethics & Human Behavior from University of Washington and is a Certified Trauma Support Specialist through Trauma Institute International. Alyssa has spent the past ten years working with survivors of abuse, unhoused, and disadvantaged populations, particularly youth as a Student Support Advocate with Everett Public Schools. Alyssa's passion for mental health, suicide prevention, trauma survivors, the LGBTQiA+ community, and education have driven her desire to become a licensed social worker and she is honored to be a part of the CJSW team to serve the needs of our community on this journey. Alyssa will join our team in August.
Kiarra is a Bachelors of Social Work student at Seattle University. She received her associate's degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice Advocacy from Shoreline Community College. Kiarra currently works on her campus in the Office of Multicultural Affairs assisting students experiencing food insecurity and mental health issues. She is passionate about creating equitable care for marginalized communities within the criminal justice and healthcare systems and is appreciative of being a part of the CJSW team to bring that passion to the Arlington community.
SOCIAL WORK INTERN
Viktoria is starting her first year at Seattle University in the fall studying social work. Her passion has always been around crisis work and helping the most vulnerable. She has worked at Crisis Connections as a volunteer and staff member for almost 10 years. Viktoria resides in Snohomish County and is excited to serve her local community.