Is a current Doctoral Candidate, in the final dissertation phase for Doctor of Philosophy: Education: Organizational Leadership, at Liberty University, has her M.A. in Human Services Counseling: Crisis Response and Trauma from Liberty University and, Earned her B.A. from Chicago State University.
Liberty University's School of Education program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), through the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), and the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA). She began her medical background in 2002 at R.I.C. Alexian Brothers Clinic in Chicago, working with spinal injury patients suffering from life changing events. Marlene began working in Las Vegas as supervisors and care coordinators in several valley home health companies as she completed her bachelors and master's studies. To go along with her degrees and over two decades of experience in working with special needs students and clients, she is also a certified Red Cross CPR/First Aid Instructor. Marlene's greatest passion is helping others achieve their life goals and finding their new normal after traumatic experiences and coping with changes to their daily lives.
Marlene was driven to begin to truly reach and change people's lives, for the better and now, has expanded her reach as Co-founder of Everton's Corp. This is founded in her belief of creating a safe and open line of communication to fully support clients emotional and cognitive needs with the utmost in ethical standards. She is highly skilled in our unique approach to basic skills training, Psycho-social rehabilitation, and crisis intervention in both individual and group settings.
Earned her M.A. from Chapman University in Clinical Psychology, Marriage, Family and Child Counseling. She has over 2 decades of experience in the field and has been licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist since April 2003. She has been the founding Clinical Director for IMpossible Behavioral Health since 2019 and Everton's Corp since 2021. She is licensed in both California and Nevada.
Arione has devoted the majority of her career to those on the autism spectrum and to those families going through high conflict divorce. She has worked in the Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) field since the early 1990’s, which included supervisory and management positions. She also worked for 21 years for the non-profit Kids First, OC, in California; the program was a court ordered and approved program for families experiencing negative effects of divorce. Arione was their acting and exiting Clinical Director. Furthermore, Arione has an extensive knowledge base and experience working with children who have undergone severe trauma. She spent nearly 7 years working in the Social Service system, working with children and their families in group homes/ foster care as a mental health clinician and then as a Mental Health Director for a group home agency in Orange County, Ca ( RCL 12-14).
Currently, Arione is in private practice and provides tele-health services in California and Nevada. She predominately sees and treats individuals and adolescents dealing with issues related to autism, anxiety, depression, ADHD, mood and behavioral disorders, abuse related issues, attachment related disorders and issues, communication and conflict resolution, assertiveness training and provides co-parenting. Arione also provides ABA case management and parent training services to families with a child on the Autism Spectrum.
Terrell is a current doctoral student studying Human Services and holds Masters in Business Administration specializing in Human Services and a B.S. in Business Administration to compliment his three decades of serving the Las Vegas community. He has been a part of the Las Vegas community since 1980, is a product of our public school syst
Terrell is a current doctoral student studying Human Services and holds Masters in Business Administration specializing in Human Services and a B.S. in Business Administration to compliment his three decades of serving the Las Vegas community. He has been a part of the Las Vegas community since 1980, is a product of our public school system and has dedicated his life to helping others. Terrell has over 20 years of experience in various segments of the community including owning and running several businesses, mental health, education, gaming operations, marketing, communications, management, real estate, and retail. He has been in real estate since 2014 with a specialty in helping first-time homebuyers. His passion is in teaching and coaching individuals to meet their full potential, recreationally, professionally, and financially.
Dr. Marbella Alfonzo has been in the field of education, including as a public-school principal, for over twenty-five years. She was also the NASSP Assistant Principal of the Year for the state of Nevada for 2019. She earned a Doctorate Degree in Education with an emphasis in Teaching and Learning from Argosy University-Sarasota and she
Dr. Marbella Alfonzo has been in the field of education, including as a public-school principal, for over twenty-five years. She was also the NASSP Assistant Principal of the Year for the state of Nevada for 2019. She earned a Doctorate Degree in Education with an emphasis in Teaching and Learning from Argosy University-Sarasota and she has also earned a Masters in Educational Leadership and TESL from Lynn University as well as a Master of Arts in Spanish and French from Saint Louis University. While at Saint Louis University she received her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and French. Dr. Alfonzo also graduated from the Public Education Foundation's Executive Leadership Academy Cohort 7 in 2019 and from the NASA CEEI Leadership Institute Cohort 1. Dr. Alfonzo also serves on CCSD's Diversity and Inclusion Workgroup and is a board member of the REL West Board. She has a certificate from Duke University in Activism and Social Movements, has taken several courses through Harvard Graduate School of Education pertaining to Women's History, Racial Justice, and Inclusive Practices and has a Certificate in School Management and Leadership (CSML) from the Harvard School of Business and Harvard School of Education. Dr. Alfonzo also serves as the NASA Secretary and is a proud member of the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (ALAS). Dr. Alfonzo is passionate about education, social justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and race. Dr. Alfonzo is a published author and has presented at several conferences. Dr. Alfonzo speaks 4 languages fluently and has lived in and has traveled to several countries across the world. Dr. Alfonzo loves mentoring and motivating students, teachers, and fellow administrators.
Counselor, Mentor, Secretary, Board Member
Owner IMpossible Behavioral Health
Art & Music Director, Mentor, Board Member
Peer Mentor & Tutor, Board Member
Music Director, Board Member
Mentor, Physical Education Advisor, Board Member
Mentor, Community Relations Advisor, Board Member
Our pioneering techniques combine the expertise of a Masters educated Trauma Counselor with Therapists to provide a unique stabilizing and more effective treatment and recovery plan than traditional therapy alone. Customized, individual and like treatment plans with be created to uniquely assist clients to achieve their desired mental health goals. Our team will create, maintain, and implement treatments that will be designed to address real life situations that will help clients begin a path of self-realization and healing. Each plan will be
comprehensive, progressive, personalized and founded in emotional regulation and authentic learning.
Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMPs) may provide Basic Skills Training (BST), Day Treatment, Peer-to-Peer support, Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) and Crisis Intervention (CI)services.
Qualified Mental Health Associates (QMHAs) may provide BST, Peer-to-Peer Support, and PSR services under the Clinical Supervision of a QMHP
Qualified Behavioral Aides (QBAs) may provide BST services under the clinical supervision of a QMHP and [under] the direct supervision of a QMHP/QMHA. QBAs may provide Peer-to-Peer Support services under the clinical/direct supervision of a QMHP
Basic living and self-care skills: Learn
how to manage their daily lives and safe and appropriate
Social skills: Learn how to identify and
comprehend the physical, emotional and interpersonal needs of
others and how to interact with others
Communication skills: Learn how to
communicate their physical, emotional and interpersonal needs to
others and learn how to listen and identify the needs of others
Parental/Guardian training: To facilitate parents’ /caretakers' abilities to continue
their dependents' RMH care in home and community-based
Organization and time management skills: Learn how to manage and prioritize daily activities
Transitional living skills: Learn
necessary skills to begin partial-independent and/or fully
Communication Skills Training
Professional Skills Training
Real Estate Consultation