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TRICIA JOHNSON - Executive Director

Tricia was born and raised here in Grass Valley. She graduated from Nevada Union High School then went on to Sierra College and Point Loma Nazarene University, majoring in Child Development. In 1993 Tricia married Steve Johnson, also from Grass Valley. Together they have 3 sons, Calvin, Trevor and Sam. 

 

Supported by Steve, Tricia lived her dream of being a stay-at-home mom, while spending extra time serving in Church and other Christian ministries. Prior to becoming the Executive Director of Anew Day, Tricia served as a Teaching Leader for Bible Study Fellowship International (BSF), a global organization of in-depth Bible Classes. For 10 years Tricia taught and directed the Grass Valley BSF women’s class, which grew to 220 women and 115 children under her leadership. 

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Christian ministry and community service have always characterized Tricia’s family. Her parents Jim and Anita Mills worked in the school system and were prominent youth ministers in Nevada County.  Both her brothers, Scott and Ben Mills are teachers, coaches and youth ministers here as well.  Her husband Steve Johnson is Deputy Chief of the Grass Valley Police department and all 3 of their sons serve as staff members of local youth ministries. Tricia also has a heart for her community and feels called by God to reflect His love and to help people find hope and healing in the midst of their circumstances.

GARRETT KRONLAND - Clinical Director

Garrett started his time with Anew Day in 2016 when he joined as an MFT Associate, acquiring the therapy hours required for his licensure through Anew Day's Professional training program. In 2020, Garrett also joined the Administrative department here at Anew Day, in additional to working in the Clinical Division. In 2021, Garrett earned his licensure as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and remained working with Anew Day in various forms - eventually being hired as Clinical Director June 2023.

Garrett completed his Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at Alliant University. Garrett knew from an early age that he had a fondness for understanding human behavior, and started working towards his professional career by earning his Bachelors of Science in Psychology at the University of California, Davis. It was here that he took steps towards learning more about the dynamic interactions of human thoughts, feelings, and  behaviors. He is continuing to pursue his professional career by merging his interests in psychological science with his passion and drive for helping people.

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ALICIA CICCONE - Clinical Supervisor

Alicia was born and raised in the Chicago Park area and spent many of her early years of life helping her grandparents on their pig farm. She graduated from Nevada Union High school in 2002 and earned her bachelors degree in Psychology from Sacramento State University before earning a dual Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling. Alicia says that the years she utilized her mental health degree while working with middle schoolers at Lyman Gilmore were some of her favorite years of working thus far!

 

Alicia met her husband Jim in 2016 and decided to close the chapter of residing in Grass Valley. Falling in love with someone who was an active-duty military member meant taking a leap of faith, leaving all that was known and comfortable behind her, and moving to wherever the Air Force decided. Moving from state to state gave Alicia opportunities to work in many different settings utilizing her LPCC license including: Military & Family Life Counselor on multiple military installations, psychotherapist at a psychiatric hospital, psychotherapist at an eating disorders clinic and finally settling into private practice work.

 

In March of 2022, Alicia and her husband Jim welcomed their first-born daughter, Isla, into this world, and Jim received orders to report to Beale AFB as a squadron Commander. Being back in Nevada County has been an answered prayer for Alicia, even if it will only be for a few years. Although Alicia had always envisioned being a full time stay at home mom, Anew Days mission pulled at her heart strings and so she has now joined us providing support as the Clinical Supervisor.

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JULIE BOUSFIELD - Lay Counseling Coordinator

Julie was born in the Bay Area and spent most of her growing up years there and in San Luis Obispo. She moved to Santa Rosa to attend nursing school and work as an RN prior to marrying her husband Jeff. In 2000, they moved back to Nevada County where Jeff was born and raised. They now live on property his grandparents homesteaded in 1911 and it definitely feels like home.

 

Jeff and Julie have eight grown children and six grandchildren. Julie had the joy of homeschooling their children for 31 years. During that time she also had the privilege of being a 4-H leader, Bible Drill teacher, teacher at The Learning Center Homeschool Co-op, and serving in her church. One of Julie’s passions is that no one should have to walk through pain and suffering alone. At Anew Day she is able to provide that opportunity for our clients by supporting and encouraging our dedicated team of lay counselors as well as by being a lay counselor herself.

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JENNY WOODALL - Office Manager

Jenny was raised in the Bay Area as well as northern England, where her family lived for 7 years where her dad was transferred for work. While attending California Baptist University in Riverside, California, she met and married her husband. They lived in Riverside until 2013, when they moved the family to Grass Valley.

 

Jenny and her husband have been married since 1996 and have four kids. Jenny spent 21 years as a busy stay-home mom. She has always loved being the hands and feet of Christ, glad to meet needs He brings to her attention. Homeschooling for 16 years provided the ability to make ministering to others a core family value; whether it was through organized activities and events, or meeting needs of individuals they came across. 

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The Woodalls have been very involved in 4H/FFA and their local church, with many volunteering duties and jobs (and animals!) along the way. Jenny enjoys caring for her mini-farm critters, cooking, baking, and canning.

 

This is Jenny’s first jump back into the workforce since her eldest was born. Previously she worked in various office positions; most recently as an Office Manager for a Southern California foster care agency. Jenny is excited to join the ministry of Anew Day and work in such a close-knit office. She enjoys doing her part to create a warm, welcoming atmosphere for clients, counselors, and therapists, while assisting Tricia and making sure the office is running smoothly.

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