April Hubbard, LCSW is a licensed Clinical Social Worker. April grew up partly in rural Southern Oregon, and partly abroad as a missionary kid. It was while living abroad in Papua New Guinea that she first discovered her life purpose was to invest in people, specifically in demonstrating God's love to those who knew it least. This goal led April abroad on multiple mission trips, serving in orphanages, schools, and children's homes, and ultimately to the field of Social Work. April graduated from George Fox University with a bachelors in social work in 2008 before accepting a position as a case manager at a residential children's home in West Texas for 4 years. April interrupted her career again for international service, returning to complete a Master of Social Work degree at Texas State University, with an emphasis in adventure therapy. She then returned to her origins in Southern Oregon, taking a job at the local youth shelter, Hearts With A Mission where she has worked as a therapist for 7 years. April enjoys the outdoors; rock climbing, hiking, backpacking, gardening, travelling, and farming with her family. April Hubbard is a trained Neurofeedback practioner.