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Eshan Lacoste was born in Haiti and came to America when he was 4 years old and in 2003 became an American citizen. He graduated with his Bachelor’s in Psychology 2005 from Southern Vermont College in Bennington VT. He then graduated with his Masters in Clinical Mental Health from the College of St. Joseph’s in Rutland, VT.  He is currently working as a Co-Occurring Clinician at a non-profit mental health agency as well as working part time as a teacher at Community College of Vermont.  In the past he has worked as a case manager assisting adoptive parents and as a Clinical Facilitator of Psychoeducation programming at Southern State Correction Facility as well as working as a clinician for the State of Vermont Department of Correction Probation and Parole. He has worked with The AIDS Project of Southern Vermont, the Big Brothers Big Sister, Boys and Girls Club of Rutland County, and Upward Bound Programs.