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We partner with public schools in Northern Utah to provide evidence-based mental health services for youth, families, educators, and communities.

Our practice partnership was established in the 2019–2020 school year and continues to the present. School mental health services are provided primarily through grad student clinicians, who are training to become psychologists and who work under the supervision of credentialed mental health professionals. Our services are funded by contracts with partner schools.
Our services focus on reducing emotional and behavioral problems as well as increasing wellbeing and school success. We work from a multitiered service delivery model that emphasizes prevention and building capacity in school systems to support mental health. We integrate best practices from behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness traditions. And we work collaboratively with school teams to develop mental health systems that are values-driven, needs-based, culturally-responsive, and sustainable.
Looking for school-based services? Are you a school administrator who's interested in partnerning with us to receive mental health services for your school? If so, please email Dr. Renshaw to talk more about this possibility. Or are you a parent who has questions about getting mental health services for your child? Please check out this document we prepared with answers to common questions: "Mental Health Supports for Youth: FAQs for Parents and Families in Northern Utah".
Looking for help for your child? Are you a parent who has questions about getting mental health services for your child? If so, check out this document we prepared specifically for parents that has answers to common questions and links to helpful resources: "Mental Health Supports for Youth: FAQs for Parents and Families in Northern Utah".
We are NOT a crisis line! We do NOT provide a crisis line during school hours nor after school hours. Although we provide crisis support for our partner schools during work hours, we are not able to provide support for schools outside of our practice partnership. If you, your child, or someone at your school is experiencing a mental health crisis, here's what you should do:
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