Tasha Pritchett, LCSW, CMHS, MSW is the Recovery Support Specialist for 9Line at Fort Gordon, GA. Tasha is also in the process of completing her PhD dissertation in Forensic Psychology. She currently holds a Masters of Arts degree in Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts and Science degree in Psychology from the University of Washington. Tasha is accredidated by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and has conducted several Continuing Education Unit (CEU) trainings on cultural competency, diversity, ethics and TBI. She has worked in various social service capacities, bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge to the team.
Most recently, Tasha worked in her private practice providing psychotherapy and consultation to the Director of Clinic Services with Lighthouse Care Center, and Behavioral Health Counselor Program Supervisor with Serenity Behavior Health in Augusta, GA. Tasha brings to Georgia, from Washington State, 16 years of social service experience in the following roles: Mental Health Evaluation Specialist with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department, a Forensic Social Worker with East Central Regional Hospital, Case Manager with Optum Health, Institutional Counselor with Western State Hospital, Psychiatric Counselor with DSHS/Child study and Treatment Center, and a Correctional Officer. She also proudly served six years in the U.S. Navy Reserves before being medically discharged.
Tasha was recently elected to serve a 2-year term as the East Region Member at Large Board Member of the National Association of Social Workers Georgia Chapter. She also volunteers for Rape Crisis and other non-profits in her spare time. She has 34 foster children, who are now adults, in addition to her smart, handsome, talented biological son, Brandon, who all reside in Washington State. She is very involved in her children’s lives and enjoys spending time with them whenever she gets the opportunity. Most importantly, Tasha is looking forward to the opportunity to humbly serve our nation’s service members and fellow Veterans for the remainder of her career.