CCS announces new clinical supervisor for Huron office

Kristin Wheeler

HURON  The management of Community Counseling Services congratulates Kristin Wheeler on her new position as clinical supervisor of the IMPACT program.

Wheeler started her career with CCS in the Huron office as the prevention networker in 2006.

Wheeler received her bachelors of science in Psychology and Human Development from University of Wisconsin Green Bay. She then graduated from the University of South Dakota with a Masters in Counseling Psychology in 2006.

IMPACT is a program that supports individuals with serious mental illness and enables them to live independently. Wheeler supervises a team of 7 case managers who provide this service through Community Counseling Services. There are only 6 IMPACT Programs in the State of SD and CCS started their program in 2001. Wheeler enjoys providing hope to people in the program who may not be able to support themselves without IMPACT assistance.

Wheeler, who is orginally from Milwaukee, Wis., lives in Huron with her husband

Some of her hobbies include: photography, sewing and playing with her children. She serves as the official photographer for CCS.She is a member of Grace Episcopal Church of Huron, PEO.

Community Counseling Services provides behavioral health services including: psychiatric, counseling services for children and adults, case management, addiction services and youth prevention in the following seven counties: Beadle, Kingsbury, Hand, Miner, Moody, Lake and Jerauld.

For the complete article see the 09-03-2015 issue.

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