Meet Our Team

Strategic Direction

 
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Katy Armendariz

Position: CEO
Email: Karmendariz@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Strategic Direction
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Katy began her social work career by working in post-adoption services, reuniting birth parents and their adopted children. This work was personal and incredibly rewarding due to her own separation from her birth mother and trans-racial adoption.

Katy obtained her B.A. in Sociology at Northern Illinois University in 2006 and completed her MSW as a Title IV-E Child Welfare Scholar from the University of Minnesota in 2009. Her professional experience has been in ARMHS services, Case Management, therapist in private practice, Program Director of CTSS and ARMHS, and later as founder and CEO of Minnesota CarePartner in 2013.

Her life commitment is centered around advocacy for racial justice and the liberation of Black and Brown people, and actively working to dismantle systems of oppression through collective protest.

Maria Hipkins

Clinical Director
 

Maria Hipkins

Position: Clinical Director
Email: Mhipkins@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Strategic Direction
Credentials: MSW, LICSW

Maria Hipkins, MSW, LICSW I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work at The College of St. Scholastic in 2010. Following my undergraduate degree, I entered the Graduate Social Work program through the University of Minnesota, where I graduated and earned my Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2012.

I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and Board Approved Supervisor in the State of Minnesota. I am also approved to provide clinical supervision to those under the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy. I have been working in the Mental Health field for over 20 years with both adults and youth.

I am a 1st generation college graduate and I hold a strong value in inclusive and fairly represented educational opportunities. I am a Child Welfare Scholar and I practice with a trauma-informed lens. I believe in the power of connection and providing a safe space to be curious and explore what healing looks like for each client. I strive to work through an anti-racist and social justice model.

Janie Yang

Human Resources Manager
 

Janie Yang

Position: Human Resources Manager
Email: Jyang@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Strategic Direction

Janie is originally from central Wisconsin. She has a (BBA) Bachelor’s in Business Administration from The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and has been in the human resource field for over two years. Janie is passionate about equity within the workplace and community. She uses her compassion for people to create a positive and efficient HR department to better serve employees. Janie continues to further her knowledge of social justice advocacy and racial disparities in income and other outcomes.

In Janie’s free time, she enjoys trying new foods, traveling, and cheering for the Green Bay Packers.

Supervisory

Stephanie Delacruz

Office, Intake & Administrative Manager
 
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Stephanie Delacruz

Position: Office, Intake & Administrative Manager
Email: Sdelacruz@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Supervisory

Stephanie is originally from Wisconsin and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire.

She is passionate about helping others and loves working in an environment that fosters equality and understanding.

In her free time, Stephanie enjoys traveling, salsa dancing, and spending summer days on the lake.

Ileana Ortiz de Leon

CTSS Supervisor
 
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Ileana Ortiz de Leon

Position: CTSS Supervisor
Email: iortizdeleon@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Supervisory
Credentials: MA

Hablo español, trabajo con niños y adultos. Guatemalan native with 13 years of experience working with all ages. My work is always centered on the person’s needs and personal goals, I’m trained in Stand Tray Therapy, and my therapeutic orientation is more experiential with existential influences.

I have a special interest in working with immigrant communities from around the world, helping them with cultural shock adaptation, and understanding the role their mental health plays in their life.

Carrie Eback

Community Program Supervisor
 

Carrie Eback

Position: Community Program Supervisor
Email: Ceback@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Supervisory

Bio coming soon!

Administrative

Justin Lo

IT Support
 

Justin Lo

Position: IT Support
Email: Jlo@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Administrative

Hello, I am an Act Six Scholar and I recently graduated Bethany Lutheran College. I am a recent graduate, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis in Computer Science. During my 4 years at Bethany, I have invested my time in making meaningful relationships and learning new transferable skills such leadership, being adaptable, and being dependable. I was born and raised in California. Growing up as a Hmong America, I want to give back to my Hmong community and serve others outside of that. I understand that there is a significant disparity between the elders and the youth. I want to build something that will bridge the gap between the two while inspiring the youth to pursue higher education, showing them, they too have an opportunity. And so, as an Act Six Scholar, and a recent graduate at Bethany Lutheran College, I aspire to motivate others by setting an example, to be a role model by being a lifelong learner and being a good communicator so that I can build more and better meaningful relationships, while being accountable and committed.

Samantha Kamal

Clinical Scheduler
 

Samantha Kamal

Position: Clinical Scheduler
Email: SKamal@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Administrative

Sam has lived in Minnesota her whole life, mainly living in Shakopee, but recently moving closer to the Twin Cities. She grew up with a passion for astronomy and always thought she would want to share this knowledge with the world. They started their professional life getting a Bachelor of Science in Physics and then went on to get a teaching licensure for high school physics. During her time as a teacher, Sam dedicated her work to creating an equitable and welcoming environment for students that are traditionally disenfranchised in the realm of science. In the past few years, they have worked in administrative roles for a medical clinic and school catering company. Sam is excited to use these experiences to serve new people in their role as Clinical Scheduler.

Kaitlin Knott

Billing Specialist
 

Kaitlin Knott

Position: Billing Specialist
Email: KKnott@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Administrative

Kaitlin is from Kenyon Minnesota and received her bachelor’s degree from Winona State University earning a major in Business Administration with a minor in Management. She has worked in a support/billing role for the past 3 years. Kaitlin is passionate about healing using a holistic approach which is what drew her into RWC and propelled her to join their amazing team!
In her free time Kaitlin enjoys spending time with her family, fishing, and enjoying outdoor sports. Kaitlin teaches a strength and conditioning class in her evenings.

Therapists

Kahmiyah Anderson

Clinical Trainee Therapist
 
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Kahmiyah Anderson

Position: Clinical Trainee Therapist
Email: KahmiyahAnderson@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Therapists

Kahmiyah is currently working towards receiving her MA from Saint Marys University and is expected to graduate in Spring 2021. She utilizes a humanistic approach that includes aspects of CBT, strengths-based, and person-centered approaches.

Kahmiyah believes it is important for clients to feel empowered in their therapeutic journey and toward reaching their full potential. Kahmiyah is passionate about working with children and families in underserved communities. As well as actively working towards closing the accessibility gap in mental health services and the disparity gap in education in these communities.

Kahmiyah enjoys collecting and growing house plants, as well as learning more about plant/nature-based therapy. She is striving towards being able to merge her passion for children and mental health with plants/nature.

Sara Ho

Clinical Intern
 

Sara Ho

Position: Clinical Intern
Email: sho@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Therapists

Sara has been living in the Twin Cities area her whole life. She has experience with children and families through relationship-based and cross-cultural work. Her educational background is in Developmental Psychology and Spanish Studies and is a current Master of Social Work Student at Augsburg University in her final and clinical year. She is multilingual in Vietnamese and Spanish and passionate about learning new words from different languages and learning about other cultural practices and trying new foods! Sara wants to continue her career to provide culturally responsive care and advocacy work that focuses on social justice and anti-oppressive practices to holistically support others.

Careene Madrid-Schaefer

Clinical Intern
 

Careene Madrid-Schaefer

Position: Clinical Intern
Categories: Therapists

Careene was born and raised in the Philippines before immigrating to the United States as a teen in 2013. Her experiences of working with families, especially children and youth, include time as a youth camp counselor, school staff, housing case manager, and as a behavioral health specialist in a PRTF. As a lifelong servant leader, she values empowerment, inclusion, and cultural humility. At work, Careene strives to provide an honest, collaborative, strengths-based approach and will work to meet clients where they are at. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling, cooking/baking, dancing, going to the gym, and spending time with loved ones. Some of her passions include celebrating languages, advocating for safety and preparedness through self-defense/gun safety classes, and SA/DV prevention and awareness.

Careene is currently in graduate school and hopes to receive her MSW (Clinical Social Work/Military Behavioral Health) from the University of Kentucky in December 2024.

Tara Patterson

Therapist
 

Tara Patterson

Position: Therapist
Categories: Therapists
Credentials: CCTP (Certified Clinical Trauma Professional)

Tara is originally from Minnesota and served 4 years in the Marine Corps after high school before separating from Active Duty in 2015. She then became a holistic health coach and trauma-informed yoga teacher, serving the military and veteran community surrounding Ft. Campbell, Kentucky where her spouse was stationed with the 101st Airborne Division. During this time, Tara also served as the Nashville Platoon Leader for The Mission Continues and was a Clay Hunt Fellow with Team Rubicon, deploying to cities across the United States to engage in Asset Based Community Development and Disaster Response operations. Tara and her family moved “home” to the Twin Cities area in 2022, where Tara completed her MSW and trauma certification at Walden University. Tara brings her varied lived experiences into her work and utilizes a trauma-informed, holistic, and person-centered approach in alignment with the Neurodevelopmental Model of Therapeutics.

Theresa Onyancha

Clinical Intern
 

Theresa Onyancha

Position: Clinical Intern
Email: TOnyancha@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Therapists

Theresa was born and raised in Minnesota. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Metropolitan State University. Her professional journey has been shaped by her experiences supporting adults navigating homelessness and substance addiction. Theresa utilizes a person-centered and holistic approach when working with clients. Theresa actively advocates for marginalized groups and strives to dismantle systems of oppression. In her free time Theresa enjoys watching movies, spending time her family, and reading. 

Tiffany Walker

Clinical Intern
 

Tiffany Walker

Position: Clinical Intern
Email: TWalker@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Therapists
Credentials: LADC

Tiffany is a native of Mississippi and a long-time Minnesotan. She obtained her B.S. degree in Psychology at Mississippi College and will graduate from Walden University in the Spring of 2025 with an M.S. degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, specializing in trauma and crisis work. Tiffany also holds the professional license of LADC, which she uses to support individuals, couples, families, and communities in the outpatient treatment setting.

Tiffany is an enthusiastic advocate for the overall wellness of marginalized and oppressed people. Her holistic counseling approach is rooted in empathy and the building of mutual trust. She works to create an environment where individuals feel safe to discuss difficult and distressing life issues. She is especially passionate about working with women, men, and adolescents who are survivors of trauma. She also supports people as they address issues of shame, self-confidence, depression, anxiety, finding purpose and meaning, and spirituality. Tiffany uses integrative and humanistic therapeutic approaches that are informed by various treatment modalities. She is currently studying to become a certified yoga instructor and plans to incorporate somatic healing techniques into her approach as well.

In her free time, Tiffany enjoys reading, attending live music shows, working out, and spending time with her family.

 

In-Home Recovery Program

Mureithi Gakuo

Family Based Recovery Therapist
 
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Mureithi Gakuo

Position: Family Based Recovery Therapist
Email: Mgakuo@rwc-mn.com
Categories: In-Home Recovery Program

Originally from Nairobi, Kenya, Mureithi has been living in Minnesota since 2002. He has worked for more than 15 years in social services and education. He is accomplished in areas of research, program design and evaluation. Mureithi takes a person-centered approach- trying to understand clients within their family, community, and cultural contexts- with a particular interest on how intersectional identities influence a person’s self-identity.

Mureithi has a Master’s degree in Community Psychology from Metropolitan State University, and an MA in Counseling Psychology from the University of Saint Thomas.

Betty Yang

Family Support Specialist
 

Betty Yang

Position: Family Support Specialist
Email: Byang@rwc-mn.com
Categories: In-Home Recovery Program

Betty is a native of St. Paul, Minnesota, and grew up in Frogtown. She completed her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Minnesota, majoring in sociology. She is pursuing her Master’s degree in clinical social work at St. Kate’s to serve her community more efficiently as a future social worker. She hopes to work with families and children and help them improve their social skills in their community. Betty has had various jobs that helped mold her and her expertise around working with the BIPOC and Asian American community. She hopes to bring her experiences to better use as a Family Support Specialist at Roots Wellness Center.

Asha Boggs

Family Based Recovery Therapist
 

Asha Boggs

Position: Family Based Recovery Therapist
Email: Aboggs@rwc-mn.com
Categories: In-Home Recovery Program
Credentials: MSW, LGSW

Asha is a trans-racial adoptee from India who received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the College of St. Benedict. She has always held a value for honoring people’s journeys and stories. After working in the healthcare field for almost 20 years, she decided to go back to school to become a therapist. She recently earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Kentucky. As a therapist, her desire is to walk alongside people, offer support and honor their stories as they navigate life’s challenges. She believes that each client comes to therapy with unique experiences and recognizes the importance of meeting clients where they are at. Asha works to build an authentic therapeutic relationship and utilizes a multifaceted and individualized, client-centered, trauma-informed approach designed to fit each client’s unique needs and goals. Because of her personal story, she is passionate about working with and advocating for underserved BIPOC communities. When she is not working, she and her husband can be found watching their two boys play soccer or their daughter swim. In the rest of her free time, she enjoys volunteering as a Board member for their soccer club, reading and hanging out with friends.

Joanne Hodgeman

Family Based Recovery Therapist
 

Joanne Hodgeman

Position: Family Based Recovery Therapist
Email: jhodgeman@rwc-mn.com
Categories: In-Home Recovery Program
Credentials: MSW, LGSW

Joanne Hodgeman is a single mother of three, a social worker, and a foster care survivor. Joanne has been advocating in the child welfare arena since she was a teenager in foster care. Joanne recently completed grad school and obtained a masters in social work. Joanne intends to use her education and lived experiences to continue to advocate in child welfare with primary focus areas that include; family preservation, abolition, and liberation for all.

Kania Johnson

Family Support Specialist
 

Kania Johnson

Position: Family Support Specialist
Email: KJohnson@rwc-mn.com
Categories: In-Home Recovery Program
Credentials: MPP

Kania Johnson is a graduate of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and holds a Master of Public Policy from the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs. She is passionate about supporting and advocating for innovative programming and policy solutions that are inclusive of the unique experiences of children, adults, and families. Her passion for supporting youth and families, particularly underrepresented youth and families, has led her back to school to pursue a Master’s in Social Work, enhancing her capacity to support and serve our community.

When she’s not working, Kania enjoys reading, working out, watching anime, cooking, and spending time with family and friends. Her dream is to eventually become a yoga teacher so that she can incorporate the skills she’ll develop in school with the somatic movement of yoga to share with her community and future clients.

Larrissa Serafin

Family Based Recovery Therapist
 

Larrissa Serafin

Position: Family Based Recovery Therapist
Email: LSerafin@rwc-mn.com
Categories: In-Home Recovery Program
Credentials: LGSW

Larrissa is from all over the Midwest including Illinois, Iowa, and now Minnesota. She completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Studies at Iowa State University and her passion is rooted in social justice for children and families while advocating for systemic change. Larrissa moved to Minnesota three and a half years ago and recently completed a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Larrissa holds the professional license of LGSW and is working towards her clinical licensure. She believes in upholding the dignity and worth of those she works alongside and puts an importance on meeting individuals where they are at. Larrissa’s previous experience encompasses working with youth in foster care and juvenile systems, individuals, couples, and families seeking mental health counseling, and assisting those experiencing homelessness access resources and stable housing. Larrissa places high importance in human relationships while working with her community and strives to continue to learn from others each day.  

Treatment

Cindy Vue

Yoga Instructor
 
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Cindy Vue

Position: Yoga Instructor
Email: CindyVue@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Treatment

I started my spiritual Yoga path seven years ago, but my healing journey began with my mother. My mother, like my ancestors, was rooted in holistic healing and energy from the earth and its most natural form. I want to share and reclaim ancestral knowledge and remember the way of healing that has existed for thousands of years. Through Yoga, I created a space to heal and with it, I want to provide others with that space to heal.

I have certification for RYT-200 and will be receiving my RYT-500 certification at the end of June. I have Yoga certification specialties in anxiety, depression, eating disorders, body image, trauma, and chemical dependency. Currently, I’m in my graduate program for Marriage and Family Therapy at UW-Stout. In creating balance in my life, I enjoy doing yoga, meditation, biking, swimming, paddle boarding, and walking with nature.

A fun fact about me, I’ve been biking year-round for nine years now!

Bertie Sellers

Treatment Intern
 

Bertie Sellers

Position: Treatment Intern
Email: Bsellers@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Treatment

Hello! My name is Bertie. I am Dakota, native of Minnesota. I am pursuing my bachelor’s in social work with a minor in Chemical Dependency Counseling at St. Catherine’s University, and I plan to continue education for my master’s degree. I am currently licensed through the Board of Hypnotherapy, in the Krasner method. I value Social Justice and diversity. I emphasize use of harm-reduction and trauma-informed practice. My career objective is to listen, empathize, and assist in community resources, as well as holistic healing. A fun fact is I love outdoors and golf!

Danielle Sproule

Intake Coordinator/Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist
 

Danielle Sproule

Position: Intake Coordinator/Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist
Email: DSproule@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Treatment
Credentials: CPRSS

I am born and raised in St. Paul. I have worked in the healthcare industry for over 15 years. Primarily focused on Certified Peer Recovery Support, Intake and Financial Coordinator.
This continues to provide me the opportunity to grow personally and professionally. When not working I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, on the beach, out hiking, walking and looking for agates.

Katy Armendariz

Interim Treatment Director
 
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Katy Armendariz

Position: Interim Treatment Director
Email: Karmendariz@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Treatment
Credentials: MSW, LICSW

Katy began her social work career by working in post-adoption services, reuniting birth parents and their adopted children. This work was personal and incredibly rewarding due to her own separation from her birth mother and trans-racial adoption.

Katy obtained her B.A. in Sociology at Northern Illinois University in 2006 and completed her MSW as a Title IV-E Child Welfare Scholar from the University of Minnesota in 2009. Her professional experience has been in ARMHS services, Case Management, therapist in private practice, Program Director of CTSS and ARMHS, and later as founder and CEO of Minnesota CarePartner in 2013.

Her life commitment is centered around advocacy for racial justice and the liberation of Black and Brown people, and actively working to dismantle systems of oppression through collective protest.

Ilhan Noor

Clinical Intern
 

Ilhan Noor

Position: Clinical Intern
Categories: Treatment

Hello beautiful people, my name is Ilhan Noor I am a Somali American. I came to the United States when I was 5 years old and grew up in Indiana. I recently moved to Minnesota 2 years ago because I got married. I am currently in my last semester at the University of Minnesota getting my degree in clinical mental health social work. One Unique fact about me is that I truly love working with people and making a difference, I also have an amazing 13-month-old who I love to pieces.

Adult Targeted Case Management

Desiree Smith

Adult Targeted Case Manager
 

Desiree Smith

Position: Adult Targeted Case Manager
Email: DSmith@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Adult Targeted Case Management

My name is Desiree Smith. My role at “Roots Wellness Center” is the Adult Targeted Case Manager. I was raised in St. Paul, Minnesota until 12 years of age. I lived on the West Coast, between Northern California and Southern Oregon, for the rest of my adolescent years and adulthood. I migrated back to Minnesota in “2018”, to join my family on their journey to open a group home for adults with psychiatric disabilities. I extended my services to the state of Minnesota, where I served as a Behavior Specialist. I provided several rehabilitation techniques to individuals experiencing crisis. I see a clear path here at “Roots Wellness Center”, with room for growth as I continue to serve with passion. I find my work rewarding as I get to witness direct results from all my efforts. I am passionate about creating a positive impact on society and the environment, as I continue to navigate through life with an adult child, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16.

Transit Service Intervention Project

Larro Walker

Metro Transit Outreach Coordinator

Star Martin

Metro Transit Outreach Coordinator

Chris Moser

Metro Transit Outreach Coordinator

Community Support

Carlos Armendariz

Be@School Coordinator
 
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Carlos Armendariz

Position: Be@School Coordinator
Email: Carmendariz@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Community Support

I was born in Guadalajara Mexico and immigrated to the US in the 90s and have lived in Minneapolis since 1997. My Professional background is in technology sales and project management.

I really enjoy making new relationships and working towards closing gaps in everyday life with the technology we have available.

 
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Koya Siebie

Position: Doula
Email: Ksiebie@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Community Support

Koya Siebie is a biologist from Atlanta, Georgia. She earned her degree from Georgia State University and relocated to Minnesota in 2019 to further her healthcare career. Her transition into birth work began in 2019 with the birth of her goddaughter and she has since completed training with Enlightened Mama.

She is currently pursuing her Master of Public Health at Saint Mary’s University, and Evidence Based Childbirth education certification with Holistic Continuum. Koya’s passion for birth work and accessibility for all led to the creation of Birthin’ Black LLC; a collective of birth workers who emphasize fighting disparities in minority groups.

Birthin’ Black services persons of all races, abilities, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic backgrounds. I aim to provide my clients with adequate education, advocacy, and preparation for their birthing experience.

Sarah Vanblarcom

Parent Mentor
 

Sarah Vanblarcom

Position: Parent Mentor
Email: SVanblarcom@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Community Support

I was born in Portugal, grew up in Brazil, and moved to the twin cities in ’98. Professionally I’ve worked in childcare, cosmetology, teaching, mentoring, and volunteering in my community. My greatest challenge and accomplishment has been raising my son.

 

Mental Health Practitioners

Nicole Kjoberg

Mental Health Practitioner
 
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Nicole Kjoberg

Position: Mental Health Practitioner
Email: NicoleKjoberg@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Mental Health Practitioners

Nicole is a native of Minnesota. Nicole has been working in the mental health field for over 15 years.

Nicole works with adults and provides supportive services focused on increasing independence and self-confidence for all.

Benjamin Knutson

Mental Health Practitioner
 

Benjamin Knutson

Position: Mental Health Practitioner
Phone: 8186144566
Email: BKnutson@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Mental Health Practitioners

Benjamin is a native of Brooklyn Park, MN. He currently resides in rural Pine City where he provides both individual/family CTSS services to surrounding communities within a 50-mile radius for the last 12yrs.

During this time he’s established himself within the tri County area (Isanti, Chisago, Kanabec ) as the preferred Practitioner. Benjamin also contributes his time, resources, and energy to developing social skills groups within the communities he serves.

Courtney Pokela

Mental Health Practitioner
 
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Courtney Pokela

Position: Mental Health Practitioner
Email: CourtneyPokela@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Mental Health Practitioners
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Courtney has been working with Roots Wellness Center for six years as a Mental Health Practitioner providing home- and community-based services to clients with mental illness. Along with this experience, she has an extensive background in delivering quality care to clients in the home health/group home setting as a Direct Support Professional. The types of clientele that would receive her care had a wide variety of health issues which include both mental and physical needs.

Courtney continues to find reward in assisting her clients at RWC. She will continue to gain knowledge in the field of mental health and offer her professional services throughout the north metro/metro areas. Language or Cultural Specialty: English

Daniel Okeefe

Mental Health Practitioner
 

Daniel Okeefe

Position: Mental Health Practitioner
Email: Dokeefe@rwc-mn.com
Categories: Mental Health Practitioners

Daniel received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota. Daniel spent time working with children ages 2-6 with a diagnosis of ASD before joining the Roots Wellness Center team as a Mental Health Practitioner. Daniel currently works in CTSS, promoting healthy development of clients and families

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