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Meet the CSCSW Board

The CSCSW Board is a group of volunteers who work to further the society's mission of providing a collegial association that advances the profession by providing opportunities for education, setting practice standards, promoting public recognition of the profession and advocating for protection of clinical social workers and their clientele.

If you have interest in joining the Board, please contact Lizz Conover ( We are dedicated to creating a diverse and inclusive Board in order to represent the broad identities of the social work field and our clients. Board members must be a social worker (LSW or LCSW, licensed in Colorado).

The Board meets on the 3rd Friday of each month, September through June.

Board President - Bethany Raab, MSW, LCSW, ACS

Bethany is a 2006 DU GSSW graduate who has been a social worker and therapist since 2006, a clinical supervisor since 2010, and owner of her private practice since 2012. Bethany's clinical focus is adolescents who struggle with relationships and problematic sexual behavior. In addition to to private practice, Bethany has worked in a broad range of settings including residential treatment, inpatient hospital, community mental health, domestic violence shelter, probation, and court-ordered outpatient therapy. She has a specific interest in bridging the gap between micro and macro social work, specifically through policy and legislation.

Bethany and her team at Colorado LCSW Supervision provide group and individual supervision for early-career social workers. Bethany also provides consultation services, including clinical case consultation, practice-building help, and supervision of supervision for those pursuing their Approved Clinical Supervisor credential.

Bethany previously served as an Education Committee Co-Chair for CSCSW, as Treasurer for NASW-CO, and Co-Chair of the NASW-CO Private Practice Group.


Board Secretary - Lisa Oceguera-Nelson, LCSW, ACS, CFSW

Lisa graduated with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University in 2010. She began her career in Boston working for several years in community based psychiatric rehabilitation serving individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. She graduated from Simmons College with her MSW in 2014. Following a move to Denver in 2014, Lisa worked for several years at an outpatient treatment center providing mandated sexual offense specific treatment for individuals who have committed a sexual offense and are under community supervision through probation and/or parole. Lisa obtained her LCSW in 2017, became an Approved Clinical Supervisor and a Certified Financial Social Worker in 2020. She has owned a private practice since 2016 where she provides clinical supervision and serves adult clients around topics related to money and mental health, anxiety, depression, and stress management. Lisa also has a therapy dog, Ruby, who often accompanies her to work and loves visiting with clients. In addition to working at her practice, Lisa currently works as a shift supervisor for a local mental health Mobile Crisis Response team. Lisa has previously served as the events coordinator for CSCSW and is currently the Secretary for CSCSW.

Treasurer - Liz Schulte, LCSW, PhD in Progress

Liz Schulte has been a member of CSCSW since 2014. She is an MSW graduate of DU GSSW, and is currently working towards her PhD in Clinical Social Work from Smith College School for Social Work. She has been a clinical social

worker for over 15 years, and has been in private practice since 2012 working with individuals across the life-span. She is also the Chair of the NASW-CO Practice Standards Committee, a volunteer committee that drafts guidelines for social workers in Colorado to help them navigate clinical, ethical, and statutory issues in their practice. Liz has also previously served as CSCSW Board President. As part of her private practice, she supervises first and second year social work interns and social workers working towards licensure in Colorado. She also provides post-licensure consultation to social workers in support of their clinical practice. She is also former accountant, and consult with mental health professionals to help them organize the financial aspects of their private practice.

Events Committee Chair - Dominga Martinez, LCSW

Dominga is a 2009 Colorado State University graduate of the Advance Clinical Social Work Program and has provided therapeutic services in various programs. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Dominga has provided therapeutic services as a Day Treatment Therapist, School Based Therapist, Behavioral Health Care Provider, Respite Provider, Emergency Transitional Manager, Crisis Center Clinical Supervisor, and is now a Crisis Assessment Counselor in an Emergency Room with UCHealth all while managing a private practice. For the course of fourteen years providing clinical social work to the communities of Colorado, Dominga has specialized in working with children and adolescents, families and survivors of childhood trauma.

As Events Committee Chair, Dominga brings opportunities for the members of CSCSW to engage in social events, virtual and in-person, for the value of developing connections and understanding on how many roles a Social Worker can encompass throughout the State of Colorado.


Legislative Committee Chair - Jean Greenberg, MSW, ACSW, LCSW


Faculty Liaison - University of Denver - Amity Good, LCSW

As a GSSW alumni from 2001 and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Amity has spent the past 20 years in direct clinical practice supporting health and wellness and family systems as a Health Social Worker. She is now on faculty at the Graduate School of Social Work with the University of Denver as a Clinical Assistant Professor specializing in the Health and Wellness Pathway and coursework. Amity has been a field instructor for many years in her 12 years of experience as a Pediatric Oncology Social Worker at Children's Hospital Colorado and was co-chair of the Children's Hospital MSW intern program. Amity has also worked as a Clinical Social Worker at University of Colorado Hospital in their Oncology department, as a Children and Families Social Worker in Scotland working in child welfare and also as a Foster Care Treatment Coordinator, helping to coordinate mental health services for foster care youth here in Colorado.


Through Amity's clinical work, she developed specific interests in best clinical practices in pediatric healthcare and through the life span, disenfranchised and professional grief, trauma and grief informed care, caregiver stress through the life span, palliative and end of life social work support, health disparities of marginalized groups, Vicarious Trauma, and sustainable resiliency of interdisciplinary providers. Amity is happy for the opportunity to be the faculty liaison between GSSW and CSCSW.


Faculty Liaison - University of Denver - Nikki Allen, LCSW

Nikki Allen, LCSW, LAC is a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work. Her primary teaching focus is on integrated health care and substance use. Prior to joining the faculty full-time, Nikki taught as an adjunct professor for over ten years teaching such courses as Virtual Field Experience, Assessment of Mental Health, Concentration Field Internship Seminar, Integrated Social Work Practice for Social Justice, Clinical Social Work Theory and Practice, and Leadership and Supervision Skills, as well as working as a Field Liaison. Nikki also works as Adjunct Faculty at the Iliff School of Theology teaching Internship Seminar.

Nikki graduated from the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work in 2006. She worked for over a decade providing clinical behavioral health services, supervision and program management in integrated healthcare services delivery at a healthcare for the homeless clinic. More recently, she provided behavioral health services at a small for-profit primary care practice. Nikki has a passion for providing quality mental health treatment in the context of primary care. She holds a Primary Care Behavioral Health Certification from the University of Massachusetts. Additionally, Nikki has been active in consulting work, including a project for the City of Denver related to mental health and homelessness. She continues to also provide clinical supervision to a handful of practitioners in the field.