Aimee Sweet-Walter


A Brief Introduction

Aimee is a graduate of Alpena High School and received her associate's degree from Alpena Community College. Graduating with honors in her undergraduate and graduate programs, Aimee received a undergraduate degree in social work from Madonna University and a master’s degree in clinical social work from Michigan State University. During the completion of her undergraduate degree she completed additional certificate courses in Addiction, Women’s and Gerontology Treatment. While obtaining her Master’s Degree she earned her certificate in School Social Work.

In 2005, Aimee began working in the field of Human Services as a wraparound coordinator and case worker providing intensive in-home services to families identified at risk for child removal and out of home placement. The program was designed to support and educate caregivers and families using evidence-based programs to promote safe and healthy homes. Aimee was also a Prevention Specialist in Northeastern Michigan and provided Substance Abuse Prevention and Education programming to local schools in her community.  

In 2009 after earning a Masters in Social Work, she explored different Social Work positions with non-profit organizations and the State of Michigan as a Clinician and in Child Welfare.  It was in 2014 when Aimee discovered her passion after being named the lead Clinician for the Northeast Michigan CAC while providing therapy services for non-offender child/parents. Aimee served as a member as a CAC Trauma Therapist and MDT team for six years. 

Aimee was certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) in 2016. In 2019, Aimee was introduced and began to implement Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) in her clinical practice. Aimee completed EMDR training this Summer and will be finishing the certification requirements.  Aimee has dedicated her career for over 20 years supporting and empowering clients impacted by trauma and is excited to bring her experience to the Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center since moving the area.


Aimee Sweet