Anna Cosette Pierotti, ACMHC
Clinical and Neurodevelopmental Therapist
Anna gained her undergraduate degree at Western State Colorado University with a double major in Outdoor Recreation & Spanish. Her graduate school was at Prescott College for Master of Science in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling with an emphasis in Somatic Psychology. Previously, Anna has worked in wilderness adventure therapy focusing on clients with neurodevelopmental differences, adaptive recreation, and therapeutic boarding schools before landing at her new home of New Focus Academy. Anna works with her certified therapy dog Pacha, a playful black Labrador who is always available for students who need some canine companionship during therapy sessions.
Anna grew up enjoying the vast San Juan wilderness in Durango Colorado. In her free time Anna enjoys whitewater kayaking, rock climbing, skiing, theater, watercolors, and international travel. Anna works to incorporate her diverse background in outdoor recreation, theater, and visual arts into her everyday therapeutic facilitation. Anna has an immense passion for, and integral experience helping neurodiverse students. With a wonderful wit and a tremendous heart for our students, we know your family will love working with her as much as we love having her as part of our program.