Teletherapy

School-Based Teletherapy Services

Tri-County Health Network has responded to the shortage of mental health professionals in area schools by developing a teletherapy platform in local schools to deliver services to students through video conferencing technology.  This program allows students to access services from a wider range of behavioral health providers to support their social and emotional development. This program is currently in the Telluride School District, the Norwood School District and the Nucla School District.

If interested in this in-school service, please contact: 

West End School District:

Nucla Middle School: Principal Charlene Stevenson 

Nucla High School: Principal Clint Wytulka 

Naturita Elementary: Principal Hank Nelson 

Delta School District:
Cedaredge High School: Principal Randy Brown

Ridgway School District:

Ouray School

Adult Services

More information coming soon!

Therapists

Amanda Delt, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, Masters Degree in Education – School Counseling and Licensed Professional Counseling

Amanda Delt, LPC – Amanda holds Masters Degree in Education – School Counseling and Licensed Professional Counseling from East Central University in Oklahoma. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the state of Colorado. Amanda is a solution-focused counselor and former Special Education teacher. She has experience working with clients who have been diagnosed with bipolar, depression, anxiety, and personality disorders. Her modalities include cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems, psychodynamic therapy, and lifespan integration psychotherapy. Additionally, she helps clients develop anger management techniques, relaxation skills, impulse control, social skills, emotional coping skills, and functional living skills. 

Rachael Cooke, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Rachael Cooke, LPC – Rachael holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State College in Colorado. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the state of Colorado. Rachael has offered individual, group, adult, and youth clinical mental health therapy to a diverse clientele. She has treated areas of specialty including addictions, substance use disorders, eating disorders, codependency, anxiety, depression, interpersonal and sexual violence, trauma recovery, behavioral health, self-esteem, personal growth and life purpose, general wellness coaching. Rachael draws from holistic, client-centered, positive and strengths based approaches, in which she utilizes techniques from CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, systems/family dynamics, as well as solution-focused, mindfulness, and psychoeducational modalities. 

Teresa Keller, LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology

Teresa Keller, LPC – Teresa holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Lesley University in Massachusetts. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the state of Colorado. She is also certified in Yoga for Healing and is a Clinical Supervisor. She has been a licensed Behavioral Health Professional for the past 8 years. In her work, she has developed a mindfulness-based Social-Emotional Learning Program, launched a Rational-Emotive Therapy and Pain Management group, and provided Spanish-language psychotherapy to economically and culturally marginalized populations. Teresa utilizes interactive modalities in her practice, including Motivational Interviewing, Art and Play therapies, and neurofeedback. 

Kathleen Korndoerfer, LPC Licensed Professional Counselor, Masters Degree in Counseling and Psychological Services

Kathleen Korndoerfer, LPC – Kathleen holds a Masters Degree in Counseling and Psychological Services from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the state of Colorado. She is also certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Neurofeedback. Additionally, she has completed training as a Youth Therapist with the Domestic Abuse Project. She has experience working with clients who have been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and relationship difficulties. Her modalities include cognitive-behavioral therapy, existential/humanistic psychotherapy, trauma-focused therapy, relational/experiential treatment, and directive play therapy.

Charles Mayer-Twomey, MSW, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Masters Degree in Social Work with a specialization in Community Mental Health

Charles Mayer-Twomey, LCSW– Charlie is a licensed clinical social worker. He has worked with children, adolescents and families for over 15 years. Charlie earned his Masters Degree in Social Work from California State University East Bay in Hayward, California. He completed a two year post graduate training program at OMI Family Center; a behavioral health outpatient clinic working with children and adults in San Francisco. Charlie is a results-focused and confident therapist who uses an eclectic style of modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, play-based therapy, trauma-focused therapies, motivational interviewing and other evidenced-based techniques. Charlie has extensive experience working with people with various challenges including trauma and grief, inattention and hyperactivity, substance use, anxiety, depression, identity issues, behavioral problems and many more. 

 

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