Chelsie Moody started work at CASA of Ventura County in July 2018. She has a MS in Clinical Psychology degree from California Lutheran University. Chelsie has a formal education and background in the treatment and theories of trauma, along with the utilization of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. She has presented research on the importance of attachment at the Western Psychological Association conference.
Chelsie has always had a passion for philanthropy and has been giving her time through volunteer work in Ventura County for 10 years, whether it be organizing and leading philanthropic events at California State University, Channel Islands or working with other well-known local non-profits, such as RAINN or Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County. She has an extensive background in various leadership roles in both her previous careers and extracurricular work. Chelsie is a Ventura Native and is excited to put her psychological education, leadership skills, and philanthropic experience to good use in her hometown community.