Conan Aram Green

Conan Aram Green, MSW

You are the expert in your life and equipped with the strengths and tools to use as a foundation for personal growth.

Conan has worked with adults and teenagers as a counselor and coach throughout an extensive continuum of care, from individual and group therapy to comprehensive wraparound support.

We’ll use an individualized strength-based approach to assess, collaboratively plan, and consistently review your progress and focus on caring for your overall wellness emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

As a client, you define your vision and pathway for the work we’ll do, and then together, we’ll create the container for you to work through what is important to you and the barriers that may be hurting you. A consistent, supportive relationship with a counselor helps establish new ways to see yourself, your relationships, and how connected you feel to the world around you.

About Conan Aram

Conan Aram has been working in mental health for the past 25 years.

His journey in mental health began in Montana where he was a counselor supporting families to keep their teens out of residential programs.  Conan Aram has also contributed to program development, research, training, and coaching at the community, state, and federal levels as a Wraparound Process Mentor and mental health consultant.  Conan Aram currently works with adults individually as both a coach and a counselor.  Conan Aram has also specialized in Men’s work facilitating a men’s group for the past five years, participating in the ManKind Project, and attending workshops through Sacred Sons. Conan Aram is passionate about his mission to bring mental health awareness and support to anyone who wants to work on their own emotional well-being and build a community of practitioners and clients who are dedicated to their own journey of alignment, connection, and growth.  Conan Aram has a master’s degree in clinical social work from Walla Walla University and a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Montana.

Follow Conan Aram’s journey starting April 1, 2023, as he embarks on a six-month grassroots expedition to better understand the impact of the Pandemic and mental health needs across the country. 

Mental Health

  • Mental Health: MSW (Master’s in Social Work), Walla Walla University 2010
  • Nationally recognized Lead Training Specialist for the University of Maryland School of Social Work 2015-2020
  • Nationally Certified Peer Recovery Coach Trainer, CCAR 2012
  • Nationally Certified Wrap-Around Process Mentor, Vroon Vandenberg LLC. 2013
  • Director of Family Based Services, Full Circle Counseling Solutions, Missoula, MT 2006-2011
  • Individual, Couples, Family, and Group Counseling