Sean has worked in residential programs and mental health for nearly 15 years. He has worked as a program manager serving intellectually disabled adults, rehabilitating traumatic brain injury survivors, and supporting children as a BHP. In addition to Cornerstones, he earns part of his living as a professional artist with work curated in multiple galleries across the world. When he’s not working, he’s out hiking, paddle boarding, riding his Harley, and enjoying the outdoors. Sean hopes to use his love and passion for art, along with his certification in Therapeutic Art Coaching to support people in navigating their mental health and substance abuse challenges.