Laurel enjoys the outdoors where she is most often riding her bike. She loves to support clients through social and emotional skill development, meeting them where they are at and working together to manifest a bright future. Mike enjoys the therapy process and assisting others in their journey that theyve been walking on. Mara Hill, MS, LPC; Clinical Manager Before coming to Alaska Behavioral Health, she worked with asylum seekers in Cyprus. Kelsie graduated with their Master of Social Work from Humboldt State University in California. Emma Steinzeig. She earned her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. +'?Category=Auditing&backtype=item&ID={ItemId}&List={ListId}'); return false;} if(pageid == 'config') {STSNavigate(unescape(decodeURI('{SiteUrl}'))+

Paul is also certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Hilary Nicol, MS, LPC - Anchorage Currently Saraj works as a Clinician for Alaska Behavioral Health in Child and Family services and in our transition age youth programs, Alaska Seeds of Change and Power Center. Paul enjoys most outdoor activities and is former horse trainer and rodeo competitor. Lindsay Coffey, MS, LPC is a Clinician at Alaska Behavioral Health. Their special interests include dance/movement therapy and supportive engagement with the queer community. Jesse Barrett, LMSW is a Clinician in Child and Family Services based in Fairbank. Your browser is out-of-date!

Lindsay provides mental health services to children and families affected by trauma and trains people throughout the state of Alaska on trauma and its impacts. When children get the access to the right behavioral health services when they need them and for as long as they need them, children get better. Save the Date! We recommend upgrading to the latest browser from Microsoft. Lindsay is certified in Parent Child Interaction Therapy by PCIT International. Devan Hawkins, BSW, has worked as a Clinical Associate at Alaska Behavioral Health since 2019 in Child and Family Services. Kristin Mortenson, MS, LPC is the Director of Early Child and Outpatient Services at Alaska Behavioral Health. Holly McCamant has worked as Peer Support Specialist at Alaska Seeds of Change/The Power Center since May 2022. Kate enjoys working with teenagers and helping them heal from the traumas they have experienced and be able to help them work through teenage struggles. Carolyn loves to ride her bike, read and be outside! Connecting you to direct clinical programs and services to improve your overall wellness, Seven Hills has you covered. Report Accessibility Issues and Get Help | As part of the Alaska Child trauma Center since inception, Kristin provides mental health services to children and families impacted by trauma and is a nationally certified ARC (Attachment, Self-Regulation and Competency) trainer. Veronica currently works with teens and their families at Alaska Behavioral Health as a Clinician. Marissa Hanson, MSW, LCSW is a Clinical Manager and Clinician at Alaska Behavioral Health. Angela Teed, MSW, is a school-based clinician for the AKBH Child and Family Services Wrap Around Program in Anchorage. Looking back on a full season of Evies Brinery production! Kelsie currently works as a school-based clinician. Privacy Policy | After her move from Connecticut, she began working as a Clinical Associate at Alaska Behavioral Health during the summer of 2021. She joined the AKBH team in the Fall of 2021 as a student intern and has recently become a Clinical Associate for Child and Family Services after receiving her degree. Carolyn Loeffler, BSW, graduated in 2021 with her Bachelors in Social Work from UAA. Geri Hernandez, M.Ed, LPC - Anchorage In her free time, Polly enjoys traveling and quality time with her family and dog. Geri Hernandez, M.Ed, is a Clinician with the Little Tykes Therapeutic Services at Alaska Behavioral Health. Kayleen Norris, LBSW started as an intern for the Little Tykes Team before graduating from the University of Alaska Anchorage with a Bachelor of Social Work. Originally from rural Minnesota, she adores the outdoor and cultural activities that Alaska has to offer. She provides short-term crisis intervention services, individual and group psychotherapy to those referred through partnership with Abused Womens Aid in Crisis (AWAIC). At MultiCare Behavioral Health, we understand this means that young people with mental health challenges require a special kind of care and expertise and that their families require a special kind of support. Kelsie Barbour, MSW, grew up in Maryland before relocating to Southeast Alaska, where they held a variety of jobs with nonprofit organizations. Read the newsletter here. Tim enjoys spending as much time in the great outdoors and riding his motorcycle. Paul Gaines, Jr., MSW, LCSW, M.Ed., LPC-S - Fairbanks Saraj has a passion for mental health and overall wellness. Angela believes in helping others through empowerment, skill development, and compassion. The Carriage House is a grief support center for children ages 3 to 18 years old and their families, providing children and teens a space to grieve the death of a loved one surrounded by peers also experiencing feelings of grief and loss. Outside of work, Brighton studies various forms of dance from around the world and travels whenever possible. Our Child and Family Team provides a wide range of behavioral health services from brief counseling to comprehensive wrap-around supports. Mike enjoys the therapy process and assisting others in their journey that theyve been walking on. Previously, she had worked as a case manager with children in therapeutic foster care. Amanda Nalewaja (pronounced nal-ehv-eye-uh), LCSW, holds degrees in Social Work with a minor in Childrens Mental Health.

In her free time, Emily enjoys spending time with her three old dogs, playing in the outdoors, and eating ice cream. Amber works with youth and families within the clinic, as well as with youth in an academic setting. +'?ID={ItemId}&List={ListId}'); return false;} if(pageid == 'audit') {STSNavigate(unescape(decodeURI('{SiteUrl}'))+ In her free time, Emma enjoys hanging out with her dog Griffin as well as family and friends. Stacie is an Alaska transplant from the lower-48 and spends her free time playing outside, foraging, and taking in the wonders of the world around her. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in General Psychology from Fairmont State University, followed by her Master of Arts degree in Community Counseling from Argosy University, Washington, D.C. Campus, and holds a Doctor of Psychology from Alaska Pacific University. They are passionate about disability justice, LGBTQ+ rights, and harm reduction and believe in a holistic approach to therapy. Mara Hill, MS, LPC is a Clinical Manager and Clinician with Alaska Behavioral Health. He has served on the Steering Committee for SAMHSAs National Child Traumatic Stress Network and is the Principal Investigator for the Military Family Child Trauma Program. Kelsie graduated with their Master of Social Work from Humboldt State University in California. Tupe is driven by her desire to see people overcome and defeat every giant that stands in their way.

Danielle Larson, BSW graduated with a Bachelors in Social Work from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2018. She joined the AKBH team in the Fall of 2021 as a student intern and has recently become a Clinical Associate for Child and Family Services after receiving her degree. Kelsie Barbour, MSW, grew up in Maryland before relocating to Southeast Alaska, where they held a variety of jobs with nonprofit organizations. She utilizes a variety of interventions including ARC, Trauma Focused CBT and motivational interviewing. Paul Gaines, MSW, LCSW, M.Ed., LPC-S, DBT-C is the clinical supervisor and senior licensed clinician at Alaska Behavioral Health Child and Family Clinic in Fairbanks.

Erica Nardella, LMSW, is a Clinician at Alaska Behavioral Health and currently works in Child and Family Services in Fairbanks. Tori Fishburn, LMSW - Anchorage Her favorite part of this job is supporting the clients and watching them make progress. Charlotte gained her Bachelors of Science in Psychology in 2021 from a school in the UK, where she is originally from. When not in the office, Tori loves being outside in the mountains with her dog. Outside of work, Kelsie can be found hiking, drinking tea, and practicing piano. Holly McCamant has worked as Peer Support Specialist at Alaska Seeds of Change/The Power Center since May 2022. Mary Bridge Good Samaritan Childrens Therapy Unit. Previously, she worked in an inpatient residential setting with adolescents before joining AKBH in 2019. Professionally and personally, Eli is a strong advocate for building community, relationships and creating safety within the LGBTQ+ community, focusing with queer houseless youth. Amber Brownell, MSW, LCSW is a Child and Family Clinician, working with the Aspen Clinic in Fairbanks. In his spare time, Mike enjoys playing with his family and learning more about Alaska. The 9th Alaska Advanced Trauma Training Institute is June 8 & 9th! She enjoys eating apples with peanut butter and going outside, often at the same time. Beyond work and volunteering, Eli is often found outside enjoying wilderness by paddling, biking, skiing or snowboarding.

Prior to moving to Alaska, Hilary provided trauma-informed mental health services to foster youth and their caregivers within a residential group home setting. #BeWell! She began working as a Clinical Associate at Alaska Behavioral Health at the beginning of 2021.

She currently works as a Clinician with Alaska Behavioral Health in Child and Family Services where she provides services focusing on enhancing overall wellness of youth and families. Currently Saraj works as a Clinician for Alaska Behavioral Health in Child and Family services and in our transition age youth programs, Alaska Seeds of Change and Power Center. She began working as a Clinical Associate at Alaska Behavioral Health at the beginning of 2021. Amber Chambers, Psy D, LPC has been working with our Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (DVSA) program since June 2014. She graduated from UAA with a Masters in Social Work. Masks are still required to enter health care facilities in Washington state, including all MultiCare hospitals and clinics. 2022 Seven Hills Foundation. Mandie Stoll-Tolentino, BSW, graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2022. Central Referral855.496.8462CentralReferral@sevenhills.org, Seven Hills Behavioral Health Worcester135 Gold Star Blvd., Worcester, MA 01606Betsy Cheyne, Director of Outpatient Servicesecheyne@sevenhills.orgErin Hundley, Director of Home & Community-Based Servicesehundley@sevenhills.org508.459.6400, Seven Hills Behavioral Health Milford219 East Main, Suite 102, Milford, MA 01757Jessica Pittsley, LICSWJPittsley@sevenhills.org508.902.0080, Seven Hills Behavioral Health Southbridge328 Main Street, Southbridge, MA 01550Hillary Arvanitis, LMFTHArvanitis@sevenhills.org508.765.9101, Seven Hills Behavioral Health Southeastern MATracey DeMello, Managing Directortdemello@sevenhills.org774.473.5372, Offering outpatient behavioral health and care coordination support throughout Central Massachusetts, Providing intensive home-based behavioral health services to children and their families in their homes, Providing counseling and consultation in public schools throughout Central Massachusetts, A full range of Psychiatric services at all levels of care, Early Childhood specialty counseling for young children and their caregivers, Specialized outpatient group therapy services offered throughout Central Massachusetts, Individualized continuum of treatment and recovery support for youth, Strength-Based Functional Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Recommendations for treatment for youth and adolescents, Stabilization Services for youth requiring acute care in an out-of-home placement. Joshua Arvidson, MSS, LCSW; Chief Operating Officer '/_layouts/15/itemexpiration.aspx' Seeds is now recruiting []. Danielle supports her clients both individually and in group settings. Cynthia Ausick: Im excited to join this team and to share some of the knowledge and experience that Ive gained through volunteer and paid work in the community and school system, as well as working and learning within my own family. Paul was the Director for Student Life at the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota, and the Associate Director for the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Carleton College, in Northfield, Minnesota. A few of her hobbies include photography and painting. Child and Family Outpatient Services provide mental health evaluations and treatment to children and adolescents ages 3-18 and their families, who are residents of Philadelphia. Tim hopes one day to visit his family in Italy. Paul is a Board-Certified Level II Firefighter (NFPA 1001-20), and currently serves with the Steese Area Volunteer Fire Department in Fairbanks. Michele Vangelas, M.Ed., is a Clinician at Alaska Behavioral Health. She graduated from Alaska Pacific University with her Masters in Counseling Psychology and is working towards her LPC. Im considered a friend to almost everyone I meet, and always have a story to tell. If you live in Interior or Northern Alaska (including Fairbanks), please call907-371-1300. Mike Adams, LPC - Anchorage Patty Quinn, MS, has been a Clinician with the Little Tykes program at Alaska Behavioral Health since 2015. Alaska Seeds of Change is a unique program to help young people develop job skills while addressing mental health needs. Amber is a transplant from New Mexico, but loves the cold Alaskan weather. In thisvideo, Mara explains the Little Tykes program, and why she loves to work there. Emily Cohen, MSW, is a Clinical Associate with Fairbanks Child and Family Services at Alaska Behavioral Health. She has worked in the behavioral health field since 2016. Connecting you to direct clinical programs and services to improve your overall wellness, Seven Hills has you covered. Patty provides group services in our Little Tykes therapeutic preschool, as well as individual and family therapy. She hopes to continue in the clinical field working with trauma. Brighton Brooks, M.Ed. - Fairbanks Outside of work, Danielle enjoys spending time with friends, playing games, and going camping in the summer time. Liz enjoys getting out in nature with her family, cooking and painting. Cynthia Ausick, Family Navigator - Anchorage She earned her Bachelor of Social Work degree from University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2020 and her Master of Social Work degree from University of Alaska Anchorage in 2021. Carolyn is a Clinical Associate for the Little Tykes team! Some of my most rewarding experiences have been helping people through difficult times, being able to make a positive impact and helping them build a more positive future. Angela loves family time and being outdoors with her camera. LMSW, is a Clinician at Alaska Behavioral Health and currently works in Child and Family Services. Kristin Mortenson, MS, LPC is the Director of Early Child and Outpatient Services at Alaska Behavioral Health. Mental Health Advocacy Through Storytelling will be hosting weekly drop-in story-telling workshops for Anchorage teens at the POWER Center, beginning June 24th! Run fast. She is currently the Lead Clinical Associate for Child and Family Services in Anchorage, supporting clients individually and through group settings. Kelsie Barbour, MSW - Anchorage Jesse studied social work at the undergrad and graduate levels, with a concentration in mental health and trauma. Previously, she has worked in an inpatient residential setting with adolescents, and provided in home applied behavioral analysis (ABA) services to adolescents with autism. Since being in Alaska, Charlotte has enjoyed exploring the state and spending as much time as possible outside with her dog. Geri provides mental health services to children and their families that have been affected by trauma.

She is from South Carolina and moved up to Alaska 5 years ago and loves working with kids. LMSW, is a Clinician at Alaska Behavioral Health and currently works in Child and Family Services. He knows first hand what a tough journey can be; sports helped him through some of his journey. Storytelling at the POWER Center! | Read the newsletter here. Block ParTAY to celebrate Alaska Seeds of Change and the POWER Center, June 9 [], Block ParTAY: June 9, 4- 7 pm Celebrate Alaska Seeds of Change and the POWER Center Join us for a fun celebration of programs that serve transition age youth and their mental health needs! Previously, she worked in an inpatient residential setting with adolescents before joining AKBH in 2019. Kathryn Fisher She loves to support clients through social and emotional skill development, meeting them where they are at and working together to manifest a bright future. Read the newChild and Family Behavioral Healthnewsletter,Holding Hope for other current events and updates: If you have an emergency, please dial 911. Outpatient and Specialty Services Outside of work, she spends most of her time geeking out with friends, playing with her adorable dog, and hiking her favorite Alaskan trails. Saraj Gottstein, MA, LPC graduated with a Masters in Counseling from Naropa University, in Boulder Colorado in Transpersonal Counseling and Wilderness Therapy. After her move from Connecticut, she began working as a Clinical Associate at Alaska Behavioral Health during the summer of 2021.

Laurel Brady, MSW is a clinician at Alaska Behavioral Healths partial hospitalization program. Off the clock, she enjoys spending time with family, playing guitar, and laughing at almost everything. When not working, she enjoys dragging her family up mountains, accumulating medals by running crazy distances, being involved in various volunteer organizations, and watching Doctor Who. Kate enjoys working with teenagers and helping them heal from the traumas they have experienced and be able to help them work through teenage struggles. Mara Hill, MS, LPC is a Clinical Manager and Clinician with Alaska Behavioral Health. Amber is a transplant from New Mexico, but loves the cold Alaskan weather. Carolyn Loeffler, BSW, graduated in 2021 with her Bachelors in Social Work from UAA. Be kind. -The Doctor. Paul is also certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Paul is a Board-Certified Level II Firefighter (NFPA 1001-20), and currently serves with the Steese Area Volunteer Fire Department in Fairbanks. She graduated with a Masters in Social Work from Boise State University after previously working as a CA in Child and Family Services Wrap Around, Little Tykes, and Power Teen Center programs for several years. Previously, Paul worked for the Warren, Rhode Island Fire Department, and Haines (AK) Volunteer Fire Department. Jesse studied social work at the undergrad and graduate levels, with a concentration in mental health and trauma. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, spending time with family/friends, and shopping at Target! Tupe Aasa has been working as a Clinical Associate at Alaska Seeds of Change/POWER Teen Center since the start of the global pandemic. Hes also on the Editorial Review Board for the Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma and has presented at over 100 conferences on childhood trauma, including the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. Tupe is pursuing an education in ministerial studies to proclaim the Good News that binds the broken heart and brings freedom to captives. She graduated with a Masters in Social Work from Fordham University after previously working as a CA in the Little Tykes program. Tim enjoys spending as much time in the great outdoors and riding his motorcycle. Amanda Nalewaja, LCSW - Anchorage Mandie Stoll-Tolentino, BSW Kathryn loves spending time in the outdoors, reading, and completing puzzles. To learn more about your new benefits, your welcome packet, and what to do if you have an urgent health care issue please visit the Learn how. He also previously worked in local television programming at WGBH Channel 2 in Boston and was a press intern for Mayor Raymond L. Flynn in Boston, Massachusetts. They are passionate about disability justice, LGBTQ+ rights, and harm reduction and believe in a holistic approach to therapy. He has served on the Steering Committee for SAMHSAs National Child Traumatic Stress Network and is the Principal Investigator for the Military Family Child Trauma Program. Kayleen Norris, LBSW Brighton earned their BA in Psychology from University of Alaska Fairbanks as well as their Masters of Education in Counseling.

Champions effective and efficient statewide behavioral health services, support and safety for Oregons children, young adults and their families. She intends to continue to work in the field in order to narrow down her concentration for her Masters degree at a later time. Amber Brownell, MSW, LCSW is a Child and Family Clinician, working with the Aspen Clinic in Fairbanks. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, training and support beyond what is available at any other human service agency. Brighton earned their BA in Psychology from University of Alaska Fairbanks as well as their Masters of Education in Counseling. Charlotte gained her Bachelors of Science in Psychology in 2021 from a school in the UK, where she is originally from. Amber Brownell, LCSW - Fairbanks She enjoys supporting clients individually and in group settings. Saraj has a passion for mental health and overall wellness. Joshua has published in the journals, Child Welfare 360, Child Maltreatment, the Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma and Trauma, Abuse and Violence. Polly Parker, MS - Anchorage Currently they work as a Clinician in Child and Family Services using a client-centered approach. Joshua serves on the Board of Directors for FOCUS and has designed and taught courses on clinical practice with children and adolescents and childhood trauma for the University of Alaska Anchorage. Website Design and Development by SiteCrafting.

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Mandie Stoll-Tolentino, BSW, graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2022. Patty provides group services in our Little Tykes therapeutic preschool, as well as individual and family therapy. Kate Mitchell, BS, has worked at Alaska Behavioral Health since early 2019, She is a graduate of the Bachelors of Science Psychology program at the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2017. Beyond work and volunteering, Eli is often found outside enjoying wilderness by paddling, biking, skiing or snowboarding. In his spare time, Mike enjoys playing with his family and learning more about Alaska. Charlotte McCaughin, BS, is a Clinical Associate with Child and Family Services at Alaska Behavioral Health in Fairbanks. Mandie became a social worker because she aspires to make a difference in the lives of others and support them along their healing journey. Tip Sheet for Youth Talking to Journalists about the Shooting Talking to Children about the Shooting Psychological Impact of the Recent Shooting Parent [], In our May 2022 community update: A Q & A session for our new Partial Hospitalization Programs for Adults and Children experiencing significant mental health challenges 9th Annual Alaska Advanced Trauma Training Institute registration opening soon! Her favorite part of this job is supporting the clients and watching them make progress.

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