Outpatient Mental Health (OPMH)

As a Community Mental Health Center, we strive to treat all mental health conditions our clients face. CMMHC’s Outpatient Mental Health (OPMH) program provides comprehensive mental health services to individuals, couples, families and groups from birth through the end of life. Our professional mental health staff offers guidance and support while always keeping the best interest of our clients in mind. Our services are based on evidenced-based practices and therapeutic interventions as well as the philosophies of both Trauma Informed Care and Health Integration.

Our OPMH locations provide services based upon how urgent the need for service is and what barriers, such as transportation or scheduling appointments, may be preventing our clients from starting therapy. Please contact one of our specific locations for services, programming and groups offered. Appointment availability will vary depending on individual sites.

Locations

St. Cloud Office
Waite Park Office

Phone: 320.252.5010
Phone: 320.230.0611

Fax: 320.252.0908
Fax: 320.251.4175

 

Buffalo Office
Monticello Office
Elk River Office

Phone: 763.682.4400
Phone: 763.295.4001
Phone: 763.441.3770

Fax: 763.682.1353
Fax: 763.295.5086
Fax: 763.441.9057

 

 Meet Our Providers

St. Cloud Team

Christine Morris – MS, LMFT

Christine completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Calvin College and her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from St. Cloud State University. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who serves as Clinic Manager in St. Cloud and Waite Park offices. She also the Clinical Supervisor for Children’s Therapeutic Support Services (CTSS). Christine has experience working with children, adolescents and adults in individual, couple, family and group capacities.  Her areas of expertise are CTSS, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and clinical supervision and administration.

 

Specialty:

Children

Adolescents

Adults

Individual Therapy

Group Therapy

Couple Therapy

Family Therapy

CTSS

Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Clinical Supervision & Administration

Sherri L. Eichers – Psy.D., LP 

Dr. Eichers completed her Bachelor of Science in Community Psychology at St. Cloud State University. She completed her doctorate degree in psychology at Minnesota School of Professional Psychology and is a Licensed Psychologist through the Minnesota Board of Psychology. Dr. Eichers has worked with diverse communities in North Minneapolis, for the State of Wisconsin prison system, and in rural Minnesota. She has worked in private practice as well as community mental health and served as both a treating psychologist, clinic manager, clinical supervisor, and clinical consultant. Currently, at CMMHC, Dr. Eichers specializes in clinical supervision and direct care. She is also the community consulting psychologist for the Veteran’s Treatment Court and clinical supervisor for Benton County Human Services and River Crest. Dr. Eichers specializes in the 50+ population, SPMI population, and persons struggling with trauma. Her areas of expertise are anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, addiction, chronic pain, Alzheimer’s and dementia and grief in adults. She is particularly interested in healing from traumatic experiences and life transitions.

Specialty:

50+ Population

SPMI

Trauma

Anxiety

Depression

Bipolar Disorder

Personality Disorders

Addiction

Chronic Pain

Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Grief

Steve Ringsmuth Stolpman – MS, LMFT

Steven Ringsmuth Stolpman, M.S., L.M.F.T. is an outpatient mental health professional at the St. Cloud office of CMMHC. Steve received his M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Cloud State University, and his B.A. from the University of Minnesota Morris. He believes when our relationships are not well, it is hard to be well. His practice is informed by his education in couples and family systems which includes human growth and development, attachment theory, solution-focused therapy, cognitive and behavioral strategies, and communication. He welcomes all kinds of individuals, couples, and families (ages 13 to 65) to work with him toward their personal and mutual goals for mental health and daily life. He values strengths, while investigating the history and context of problems. He has experience with mental health issues related to anxiety, depression, anger, truancy, traumatic stress, parent-child conflict, complicated grief, and adapting to life-stage issues.

Specialty:

Individuals

Couples

Families (ages 13-65)

Anxiety

Depression

Anger

Truancy

Traumatic Stress

Parent-Child Conflict

Complicated Grief

Life-Stage Issues

Destinee Tatro– MSW, LGSW

Destinee received both her graduate and undergraduate degrees from St. Cloud Cloud State University. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2019 and graduated with her master’s degree in social work in 2021. Destinee completed her undergraduate and first year graduate internship at Core Professional Services providing therapeutic services to juveniles and adults with deviant sexual behaviors. She spent the last year providing both case management and therapeutic services to individuals with mental health and substance use in the residential program at the St. Cloud VA. Destinee joins our team as a Clinical Trainee in our Outpatient Mental Health Program in St. Cloud. Destinee’s areas of expertise is with juveniles and adults with sexual deviances, adults age 21+ with severe mental health (PTSD, anxiety, depression) and substance abuse. She works with individuals using individual and group therapy, utilizing CBT and motivated interviewing.

Specialty:

Juveniles & Adults with Sexual Deviances

21+ with Severe Mental Health & Substance Use

Individual Therapy

Group Therapy

CBT

Motivational Interviewing

Jennifer Webb – LICSW

Jennifer received her bachelors from St. Cloud State University as well as her master’s degree in social work. She has a background in complementary health/wellness fields, working with children and families in CTSS, children in foster care, hospice, social work, and crisis both mobile and residential. Jennifer is currently Licensed Clinical Social Worker working as an Outpatient Psychotherapist at our St. Cloud office. Jennifer specializes in serving children 10 and older, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She has expertise with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, trauma informed care, personality disorders, strengths based, solution focused and an integrative, holistic approach to wellness.

 

Specialty:

Children 10+

Adolescents

Adults

Couples

Families

Anxiety

Depression

Grief & Loss

Life Transitions

Trauma Informed Care

Personality Disorders

Waite Park Team

Lexi Johnson – MS, LMFT

Lexi completed her bachelor’s degree from College of Saint Benedict and her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from St. Cloud State University and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Before joining the CMMHC team, Lexi worked with children in a classroom and in-home setting. She is currently an Outpatient Therapist at our Waite Park office. Lexi enjoys working with children and their families with a focus on the prenatal to six years old. She has expertise in providing trauma-informed care to family systems through use of play based techniques.

 

Specialty:

Prenatal-6 years old

Trauma Informed Care to Family Systems

Play Based Techniques

Allison Netter – MS

Allison earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in child and family studies and her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from St. Cloud State University.  Prior to joining the CMMHC she worked in group homes with adults who had been diagnosed with serious and persistent mental health disorders and who were determined to be physically disabled. Allison has experience with providing in home applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy with children. Allison enjoys working with the early childhood 0-5 population, children (up to age 10), older adolescents (16+), and adults up to 22-years old. She is currently an Outpatient Therapist, Clinical Trainee working towards her LPCC licensure. Allison uses an integrative approach with her clients including, motivational interviewing (MI) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). Allison has completed training in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT). She is currently in training to become certified in Child and Parent Psychotherapy (CPP).

Specialty:

Ages 0-5

Children 10+

Adolescents 16+

Adults up to 22-years old

Motivational Interviewing (MI)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Mary J. Linn – MS, LP

Mary completed her master’s degree in community counseling from St. Cloud State University. Prior to joining the CMMHC team in 1994, Mary was a Family Therapist at Gerard In Home Treatment Program. She is currently the Early Intervention Family Services Clinical Supervisor provides reflective consultation and trainings to other community providers and agencies. Mary has expertise in trauma informed child and parent psychology and parent child interactive therapy.

 

Specialty:

Trauma Informed Child & Parent Psychology

Parent Child Interactive Therapy

Carleen Theisen – MSW, LGSW

Carleen Theisen, (She/Her/Hers) completed both her Master of Social Work and Bachelor degree in Psychology from St. Cloud State University. Before joining the CMMHC team, Carleen worked with community development and leadership integration initiatives with both St. Cloud Catholic Charities and Bridge to Community Resources at St. Cloud State. Growing up in central Minnesota, Carleen has a passion to serve her community and the individuals that call it home. Carleen works with clients ranging age 6 to 65+ with special interest in LGBTQ+, adolescent and early adulthood populations. Carleen works with her clients utilizing strengths-based perspective, motivational interviewing, and cognitive behavioral therapy.

 

Specialty:

6-65+

LGBTQ+

Strengths-Based Perspective

Motivational Interviewing

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Joshua Shultz – MS

Joshua completed his bachelor’s degree from University of Minnesota Duluth in criminology with an emphasis in crisis intervention, and completed his masters degree from Grand Canyon University in Christian counseling. Joshua has over 16 years of experience in the psychology field, working in various capacities. He is joining CMMHC as an Outpatient Mental Health Clinic Training at our Waite Park office. Joshua works with children ten years and older, adolescents, and adults. He is specifically interested in working with trauma, disassociation, and addiction, as well as the challenges people face in their life. Joshua is electically trained, which means he is able to tailor treatment to the specific person being served. He is also trained in Integrated Christian Counseling, at any time during treatment he can incorporate your faith into treatment. Joshua believes you are in the driver’s seat of your own treatment, he is here to help in your recovery journey.

Specialty:

Ages 10+

Adolescents

Adults

Trauma

Disassociation

Addiction

 

Tylor Cummings – MA

Tylor completed her bachelors degree in community psychology at Saint Cloud State University, and completed her master’s degree in adlerian counseling and psychotherapy with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy. Before completing her master’s degree, Tylor was a Guardian ad Litem working with families who were involved in child protection cases and family files. She completed her graduate internship and was previously employed in a behavioral health clinic providing mental health services to children in a rural Minnesota school and to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families at the clinic. Tylor is joining CMMHC as a Clinical Trainee at our Waite Park clinic. When working with clients she primarily uses a person centered approach with systemic perspective. Her approach to working with clients is using encouragement and empathy to foster empowerment. Tylor enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She has experience working with individuals who have experienced trauma. Tylor has received DC:0-5 and ECSII training and completed Parent-Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT) training and is currently working towards certification. She works with clients ranging in age from birth to 65+.

Specialty:

Children

Adolescents

Adults

Individuals

Couples

Families

Birth to 65+

Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT)

Buffalo Team

Stephanie Barnes – MSW, LICSW

Stephanie completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology & criminal justice and her master’s degree in social work from the University of St. Thomas/College of St. Catherine.  She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is currently the Clinic Manager of our Buffalo Office.  She specializes in the areas of serious & persistent mental illness (SPMI), domestic violence and trauma informed care.  Stephanie helped develop the Wright County Batterer’s Intervention Program in 2010 in collaboration with several county agencies and has continued to coordinate and facilitate groups in this program.

 

Specialty:

Serious & Persistent Mental Illness

Domestic Violence

Trauma Informed Care

Rebecca Anderson – MS, MA, CRC

Rebecca completed her master’s degree in public health with a minor in integrative therapies from the University of Minnesota and her master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from St. Cloud State University. She holds a certificate in Public Health, is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Prior to joining the CMMHC team, Rebecca has held various roles in the human services field. She is currently an Outpatient Therapist at our Buffalo office. Rebecca’s areas of expertise include physical and mental wellness, substance use disorders, mood disorders and anxiety.

 

Specialty:

Physical Wellness

Mental Wellness

Substance Use Disorders

Mood Disorders

Anxiety

Brittany Berge  MA

Brittany completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Minnesota and her master’s in marriage and family therapy from Adler Graduate School. Prior to joining the CMMHC team, Brittany worked at Stepping Stone Therapeutic. She is currently a Clinical Trainee Therapist at our Buffalo office. Her areas of expertise include individual, family and couples therapy for mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, adjustment disorders and interpersonal relationship struggles for ages six and up.

 

Specialty:

Individuals

Families

Couples

Mood Disorders

Anxiety

Trauma

Adjustment Disorders

Interpersonal Relationships

Ages 6+

Sydney Fournier-Dingmann – MSW, LGSW

Sydney completed her bachelor’s degree in community psychology and creative writing and master of social work from St. Cloud State University. Growing up in Minnesota, she always had a passion for creativity and helping others. Currently, Sydney is a Clinical Trainee in Outpatient Mental Health at our Buffalo office location where her areas of experience are with individuals age 14 and older, victims of domestic violence, PTSD, anxiety, depression and using motivational interviewing, trauma informed therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.

 

Specialty:

Ages 14+

Domestic Violence

PTSD

Anxiety

Depression

Motivational Interviewing

Trauma Informed Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Jenna Haarstick – MS, LMFT

Jenna completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Moorhead State University and her graduate degree in marriage and family therapy from Capella University. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Before joining the CMMHC team in 2016, Jenna worked at Northern Pines Mental Health and served as a School-Based Therapist. She is currently an Outpatient Mental Health provider at our Buffalo office where she provides individual and family therapy to a wide population, including the 0-5 population.

 

Specialty:

Individuals

Families

0-5 years

Teresa McNamee – LICSW

Teresa received her master of social work from Washington University in St Louis in 2005 and has maintained her license as a social worker since 2009. She also has an MS degree in experiential education from Minnesota State University, Mankato (2012), where she combined her clinical background with experiential-based interventions for youth. Teresa has nearly 20 years of direct social work practice in a variety of settings, including crisis lines and hospitals, youth development and outdoor education programs, as well as foster care and special education services. In addition, she has led advocacy programs for victim survivors of domestic, family, and teen violence. Her background combines individual clinical interventions with community-based strategies for improved health, increased safety, and overall wellness. Teresa is a Mental Health Professional in our Buffalo clinic, providing assessments and outpatient psychotherapy for children, youth, and adults – ages 10-25 years old. Her areas of expertise are in trauma-informed care, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness-based intervention, integrating physical and mental health approaches to wellness.

Specialty:

Children

Youth

Adults

Ages 10-25

Trauma-Informed Care

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Motivational Interviewing

Mindfulness-Based Intervention

Physical & Mental Health Approaches to Wellness

Monique M. Miller – MS, LP

Monique completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of South Dakota and her master’s degree in applied psychology from St. Cloud State University.  She has experience working in residential and day treatment for children and adolescents with severe emotional and behavioral difficulties. Monique’s current role is an outpatient therapist, primarily for children ages 0-5. In addition to providing direct child, family, and some limited adult therapy services she provides mental health consultation in child care, Head Start, and county public health agencies working with early childhood families. Monique is involved with the Wright County Child Safety Committee, Wright County Community Action Head Start Health Advisory Committee. Her areas of expertise include working with children experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma and complex trauma, children and families anticipating adoption, strained adoptions, and children in foster care.

Specialty:

Ages 0-5

Children

Families

Limited Adults

Anxiety

Depression

Trauma

Complex Trauma

Adoption

Strained Adoptions

Foster Care

Elk River Team

Catherine Boyle – MS

Catherine completed her bachelor of arts in sociology and master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Saint Cloud State University. She is working towards her licensure as a marriage and family therapist in the state of Minnesota. Currently, she is an Outpatient Therapist at our Elk River office. Catherine has particular interest working with couples and family systems. She is prepare-enrich certified and has previously worked in day treatment and outpatient settings.

 

Specialty:

Couples

Family Systems

Melissa Cribb – MS, LADC, LPCC

Melissa completed her master’s degree in community counseling from St. Cloud State University in Community Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Before joining the CMMHC team in 2016, Melissa worked as a Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Counselor for Park Avenue Center.  She is currently the Clinic Manager at our Elk River office and an Outpatient Mental Health provider at our Monticello office. Her expertise include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, cognitive processing therapy, co-occurring disorders, substance use treatment and trauma informed care.

 

Specialty:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Motivational Interviewing

Cognitive Processing Therapy

Co-Occurring Disorders

Substance Use Treatment

Trauma Informed Care

Rick Giovannetti – MSW, LICSW

Rick completed his bachelor’s degree in social work from University of St. Thomas and his master’s degree in social work from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. He is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. Rick has a diverse background in working for medical centers, non profits and private practice. He joined the CMMHC team in 1995 and is currently an Outpatient Psychotherapist that works with individuals, couples and families.

 

Specialty:

Individuals

Couples

Families

Cassandra Kirby – MA, LPCC

Cassandra completed her B.A. in Psychology and M.A. in Counseling Psychology at Bethel University. She has worked in the mental health field in various roles, including residential care, care coordinator, and case management. Cassandra is an Outpatient Mental Health Therapist who serves the Elk River office. Cassandra has a focus on treating trauma, mood disorders (including depression and bipolar disorder), and anxiety as well as strengthening communication skills and developing healthy relationships. Her areas of expertise are working with veterans and people diagnosed with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma, schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia, adjustment disorders, and substance use/co-occurring disorders.

 

Specialty:

Trauma

Mood Disorders

Depression

Bipolar Disorder

Anxiety

Healthy Relationships

Veterans

Schizoaffective Disorder

Schizophrenia

Adjustment Disoders

Substance Use/Co-Occurring Disorders

Candace Schwieger, MS

Candace completed her bachelor’s degree in community psychology at St. Cloud State University and her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling at Capella University and is currently working towards obtaining licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. She has been in the field since 1999 and has worked in residential treatment as well as in-patient adult psychiatric unit. Candace is an Outpatient Mental Health Clinical Trainee at our Elk River office with adolescents and adults. Her area of expertise is in assisting individuals with working through personal issues surrounding anxiety, depression, and adjustment disorders and she utilizes a person-centered approach.

 

Specialty:

Adolescents

Adults

Anxiety

Depression

Adjustment Disorders

Person-Centered Approach

Monticello Team

Steven Loos – Psy.D, LP

Steven completed his bachelor’s degree in psychology from St. John’s University, his master’s degree and doctoral degree in counseling from University of St. Thomas. Prior to joining the CMMHC team in 2011, Steven worked as a Clinical Supervisor and an Adjunct Professor. He is currently the Director of Outpatient Mental Health Services. His areas of expertise include trauma informed care, individual therapy for mood disorders, trauma, co-occurring disorders, anxiety, eating disorders, psychosis, adjustment disorders and interpersonal relationships.

 

Specialty:

Trauma Informed Care

Individual Therapy

Mood Disorders

Trauma

Co-Occurring Disorders

Anxiety

Eating Disorders

Psychosis

Adjustment Disorders

Interpersonal Relationships

Danielle Brant – MSW, LICSW, LADC

Danielle completed her bachelor’s degrees in chemical dependency counseling and community counseling and her master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of St. Thomas. She is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC) and Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW). Danielle is the Director of Chemical Health and a Licensed Therapist out of our Monticello office. Her expertise lies in the area of co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders at the individual, couples, and family systems level. In working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families, Danielle assists clients with presenting concerns that typically include depression, anxiety, ADHD, separation/divorce, behavioral concerns, criminal justice involvement, and life transitions. Danielle uses a person-centered and strengths-based approach, holding the strong belief that individuals are the experts in their own lives.

Specialty:

Co-Occurring Substance Use

Individuals

Couples

Family Systems

Adolescents

Adults

Depression

Anxiety

ADHD

Separation/Divorce

Behavioral Concerns

Criminal Justice Involvement

Life Transitions

Person-Centered Approach

Strengths-Based Approach

Sarah Bumgarner – MS, NCC, LPCC

Sarah completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology and family studies from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and a Master’s degree from Capella University in Mental Health Counseling. Sarah is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). Prior to joining the CMMHC team, Sarah has worked with children in intensive mental health day treatment for the past four years. Sarah is currently the Early Childhood Therapist for the Monticello office. Her expertise includes individual and family therapy, specializing in serving children through age 7. Sarah is an instructor of and trained in de­-escalation and safety techniques through “Handle With Care.” Sarah provides trauma-informed care, with the use of play-based techniques, regulation, and has expertise with children experiencing trauma, foster care, adoption, attachment, PTSD, DMDD, depression, and anxiety.

Specialty:

Individual Therapy

Family Therapy

Children through age 7

De-Escalation

Safety Techniques

Trauma-Informed Care

Play-Based Techniques

Regulation

Trauma

Adoption

Attachment

PTSD
DMDD

Depression

Anxiety

Kelsey Keil, LICSW

Kelsey completed her bachelor’s degree in Spanish and a minor in psychology from North Dakota State University and her master’s in social work from Boise State University. She is a Licensed Independent Clinician Social Worker (LICSW). Kelsey has experience interning at an Intensive Residential Treatment Services center as well as working as an outpatient therapist and ARMHS worker at Fraser. Kelsey is currently an Outpatient Mental Health Provider working with individuals (16+). Kelsey uses cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution-focused therapy, and strengths-based approaches. She has training in exposure/response prevention therapy and personality disorder treatment. She has experience working with individuals who present with anxiety, depression, trauma disorders, autism spectrum disorder, life adjustments, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and personality disorders.

Specialty:

16+

Individuals

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Motivational Interviewing

Solution-Focused Therapy

Strengths-Based

Exposure/Response Prevention Therapy

Personality Disorder Treatment

Anxiety

Depression

Trauma Disorders

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Life Adjustments

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Personality Disorder

Laura Smith – Psy.D., LP

Laura completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of St. Thomas, her master’s degree and doctoral degree from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. Laura completed her Pre-Doctoral internship at the Youth Consultation Service Institute for Infant and Preschool Mental Health in New Jersey and completed her Post-Doctoral fellowship at Brakins Consulting & Psychological Services, LLC. Prior to joining the CMMHC team, Laura has worked in a variety of settings including: therapeutic preschools, elementary and junior high schools, outpatient clinics, and private practice. She is currently the Clinic Manager for our Monticello office.  Her expertise include individual and family therapy for people of all ages, but she specializes in serving children birth through age 12. Laura works with attachment issues, mood and behavioral disorders, anxiety, foster care systems, parenting support, clinical supervision, Attachment Bio-Behavioral Catch-up (ABC), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).

Specialty:

Individual Therapy

Family Therapy

Children

Birth – 12 years

Attachment Issues

Mood Disorders

Behavior Disorders

Anxiety

Foster Care Systems

Parenting Support

Clinical Supervision

ABC

PCIT

TF-CBT

Brittany Steer – MA, LADC, LPCC

Brittany completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology, minor in criminal justice, from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, a master’s degree in forensic psychology from Argosy University and another master’s degree in counseling and psychological services from St. Mary’s University. She is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Prior to joining the CMMHC team in 2015, she worked for the Department of Human Services. Brittany is an MEADA member since 2019 as well as “other organization” representative for reducing adolescent substance use as of 2021 for Wright County, member of Opioid Action team since 2019, secretary on the executive board for the Sherburne County Substance Use Prevention Coaliton (SUP) since 2020 and member since 2019. She specializes in working with adolescents and individuals with dually diagnosed mental health and chemical health disorders. Brittany’s areas of expertise are in; adolescents, substance use and addiction, harm reduction, self-esteem, trauma, motivational interviewing, treating loved ones with substance use disorders, de-institutionalization from incarcerations, and criminal justice.

Specialty:

Adolescents

Individuals

Substance Use

Addiction

Harm Reduction

Self-Esteem

Trauma

Motivational Interviewing

De-Institutionalization from Incarceration

Criminal Justice