Anna Hink, MSW, LICSW
Anna has been providing behavioral health services to adults, families, and adolescents in medical and community-based settings since 2006.
In 2008, she led the implementation of a collaborative care program for pregnant and parenting caregivers at two Federally Qualified Health Care Centers in Seattle, WA. Anna then served as a behavioral health care manager in the Mental Health Integration Program at Country Doctor Community Clinic for 6 years, where she also led DSHS First Steps Maternity Support Services and Infant Case Management Services. Anna has additionally worked as a social worker in large hospital systems where she provided outpatient primary care behavioral health services to adults impacted by HIV/AIDs, delivered inpatient and home-based hospice services, and supported behavioral health services and discharge planning on inpatient units.
Anna joined the AIMS center as a Clinical Trainer in 2018. She enjoys supporting implementation and clinical coaching with local and national groups and often supports programs with a perinatal and/or pediatric focus. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Washington and an undergraduate degree in International Affairs/Spanish from the University of Puget Sound.