TUES 3/26 @ 6:30pm | Guest Marta Wilson, LMFT, on Mental Health at HS & College
What should signal parents and young people to access mental health supports?
High school years present particular challenges for young people who may need mental health supports. This is especially true as kids approach 18, when they enter new territory for parental input and intervention around healthcare. We welcome featured guest Marta Wilson, LMFT, from PrairieCare in Woodbury.
TOPIC | Supporting Kids’ Mental Health: High School & College Transition – Download Flyer (color or grayscale .pdf)
WHEN | Tuesday, 3/26, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
WHERE | Stillwater Area High School, Main Forum, Atrium – Upper Level
What’s the difference between seeking support through a licensed psychiatrist, psychologist, or counselor? What conversations should families have about therapy options or on-campus supports for students entering college?
How does applying the GT lens change the diagnosis and support discussion? Marta will share answers to these and other questions you may have.
About PrairieCare and Guest Marta Wilson, LMFT
PrairieCare | Psychiatric Care – Evolved.
PrairieCare provides each individual patient the psychiatric care they truly need. PrairieCare is devoted to offering comprehensive and integrated psychiatric services for all ages, including both inpatient and outpatient options for patient care.
A parent, teacher, counselor, physician or friend can call PrairieCare’s toll free number 24/7 – 1.888.977.2474 – to schedule a free Needs Assessment for a counselor to help determine the best services for the potential patient.
Visit www.prairie-care.com for more information about services and therapy professionals. PrairieCare is a University of Minnesota Medical School Affiliate.
Marta Wilson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with a variety of clinical and other life experiences. She works in PrairieCare’s Adult IOP in Woodbury, providing group and individual therapy and helps coordinate the family program, also. She has expertise in the areas of Eating Disorders, Couples Counseling and has worked with adolescents, as well as adults. Marta previously worked with athletes, dancers, creative professionals, schools and as an employee assistance professional. She has utilized alternate modalities in therapy, such as restorative yoga, movement therapy, visualization to reduce anxiety and art therapy, with a client centered approach.