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Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
-Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & Writing-Intensive English

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
-Master of Science in Counseling
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LeeAnn Kinney, MS, LPC-IT

School-Based Therapist

Medical Practice

LeeAnn has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in clinical, school, and university-settings. She focuses on developing strong and trusting relationships with individuals through encouragement, strength-finding, and collaborative goal-setting. LeeAnn meets individuals where they are at in terms of needs, concerns, and developmental milestones. She believes it’s important to understand children within their family context in order to best facilitate the therapeutic process and help them achieve their goals.

Her work in school settings provides an opportunity to work within an academic support system in a familiar environment where kids spend much of their time. “I really care about being an advocate for my clients, whatever their age. It’s so important for children to be heard, understood, and celebrated wholly and unconditionally. I strive to create that environment and relationship while including parents and families to help promote optimal growth and well-being.”

Personal Interests

LeeAnn enjoys spending time with her family and connecting with nature, preferably both at the same time. She spends her free time hiking, kayaking, walking her dog, doing puzzles, cooking, and playing board games with her family.

About School-Based Mental Health Services

School-based services are designed to engage students and families in behavioral health treatment who otherwise may not seek these services in traditional outpatient clinic settings. School-based treatment increases accessibility to timely services, engages students and families effectively, promotes coordinated treatment and services, and upholds confidentiality and privacy. Talk to your school’s administration or pupil services team to inquire about school-based behavioral health services.

You can also call Fort HealthCare’s Center for Behavioral Health Department at (920) 563-9542 to learn more.

Mental Health & Substance Abuse Resource Guides

Created by the Dodge Jefferson Healthier Community Partnership and the City of Watertown Department of Public Health

Download your copy of this helpful guide (also available in Spanish):

Opiate & Drug Awareness Toolkit

Created by the Jefferson County Drug Free Coalition

Download your copy of this helpful guide (also available in Spanish):