What is MHPP?

Mental Health Professional Partnership (MHPP) works with school districts to build comprehensive school mental health systems that serve elementary, middle, and high school youth. MHPP utilizes the strengths and expertise of school and community-partnered professionals to provide services and supports that address social, emotional, and behavioral well-being of students.

Services may occur by direct or remote presence through video or telephone resources. These services are provided by a master’s level school mental health intern, a provisionally licensed or a fully licensed mental health clinician. Mental Health services could include: screening and assessment, individual counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention and support, classroom behavior support, teacher/school staff consultation, advocacy, resource sharing, and collaboration for the purpose of student success.

Meet our Mental Health Practitioners!

Photo of Mackenzie Berg

Mackenzie Berg

Photo of Scott Carlson

Scott Carlson

School LMHP
Photo of Korina Cave

Korina Cave

Photo of Meaghan Delaney

Meaghan Delaney

Photo of Julia Downey

Julia Downey

Photo of Lauren Edgecombe

Lauren Edgecombe

Photo of Tommy Gerrish

Tommy Gerrish

Photo of Eastyn Klink

Eastyn Klink

MHPP Intern/School Psych

Districts Served:
Mead, Wisner-Pilger

Photo of Brenda Lembke

Brenda Lembke

Photo of Taira Masek

Taira Masek