Crisis Response Team
Based in St. Cloud and Monticello, the mobile Crisis Response Team (CRT) provides an array of community-based, immediate, mental health crisis services to children and adults experiencing a mental health crisis.LEARN MORE ›
Located in St. Cloud, our five bed Residential Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit provides a short-term, safe place for individuals to stay while working through a mental health crisis.LEARN MORE ›
St. Cloud Area Child Response Initiative
St. Cloud Area Response Initiative (CRI) provides a coordinated community response to children, birth to age 18, and their families who have experienced any type of trauma or violence.LEARN MORE ›
Suicide Prevention Education is offered as part of Crisis Services at Central Minnesota Mental Health Center.
Meet our Providers
Jennifer Rocheleau Dorholt-PsyD, LP
Jennifer is a licensed psychologist. She received her Doctoral degree in counseling psychology from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, MN and completed her pre-doctoral internship at North Iowa Consortium in Mason City, IA. Dr. Rocheleau Dorholt is a member of the Minnesota Psychological Association (MPA) and the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. For the last 14 years, Dr. Rocheleau Dorholt has provided mental health assessment and treatment to clients across the life span, focusing more recently solely on adults. She is competent in conducting psychological evaluations. She has experience in working with anxiety disorders, sexual assault victims, co-morbid medical conditions, pre-surgical patient preparation, among others. She has participated in specialized training in Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) and the Love and Logic parent training program. She has run Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) groups, Love and Logic parenting groups and an anxiety disorders treatment group. She is now the treatment director for crisis services with Central MN Mental Health Center (CMMHC).
Nikki Wieberdink-MS, LPCC
Nikki currently serves as the unit coordinator and clinical supervisor for crisis services. She has experience working with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness since 2000 and started with crisis services in 2004. She has a Master’s degree from St Cloud State University and is licensed as a Professional Clinical Counselor.
Sarah Pickens-MS, LMFT
Sarah has extensive work experience in the mental health filed including individual, family, group therapy and crisis services. She currently works as the Clinical Supervisor in crisis services.