Hayfield welcomes the newest Fernbrook Staff
Posted on October 12th, 2016
Hayfield Community Schools is proud to welcome Alana Milde & Taylor Farr.
Alana Milde, MS, CT-MHP
Post-Masters, Pre-Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Resident
1998 Hayfield High School graduate
Undergraduate degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology from University of Phoenix
Graduate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University
Providing therapy and skill-based work (working at Fernbrook since April, 2016)
Taylor Farr, LSW
Bachelor of Science in Social Work
2012 Blooming Prairie High School Graduate
Undergraduate degree from Minnesota State University at Mankato
Providing skill-based work (New to Fernbrook)
The goal of School-Linked Mental Health Services is to reduce barriers (such as transportation, financial restrictions, mistrust/stigma, waiting lists, stress, and scheduling conflicts) for students, in order for them to receive comprehensive mental health services. Services that may be provided include intake interviews, diagnostic assessments, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, family psychotherapy, individual skills work, and family skills work. These services will be covered by individual and family health insurance companies. If costs are a barrier, SLMH services may be covered by grant funding.