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Children’s CTSS Skills Workers
CTSS Skills Worker
Daniel Johnson is a Mental Health Practitioner and Psychotherapy Intern at MNCare Partner. A native to the Twin Cities, he has been serving the community for 5 years providing Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services, Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports, as a Youth and Family Advocate, and Lead Behavioral Specialist serving high school students and their families in school-based settings. He is also a certified Traditional Usui Reiki Practitioner. While serving as behavioral specialist, Daniel designed Social and Emotional Learning curriculum to provide effective interventions for at risk students. He is a passionate healing services professional and graduate student focused on depth psychology, spiritual psychology, values enlightenment, and natural and holistic approaches to health and wellness. He is a devoted father and husband, who believes that the key to building strong families and communities is to first strengthen and empower the individual. In his free time, Daniel loves spending time with his family, and is an avid outdoorsman and musician.
ARMHS & CTSS Practitioner
Abbi was born and raised in Minneapolis, MN. From a very young age, she had the desire to be a Social Worker. She has held her LSW for two years now, and has been working as a Mental Health Practitioner and ARMHS Worker at MN CarePartner for the last 7 months. Prior to that, she was an ILS worker and ARMHS worker at a different company. Abbi is passionate about social justice and police reform, and volunteers her extra time helping those who are unsheltered in our community.
ARMHS & CTSS Practitioner
Brittany Richert holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Metropolitan State University and is in her final year of getting her Master’s in Social Work from St. Catherine University. She plans to pursue her LICSW and would like to work in mental health policy development as well as continue to directly serve clients in the community. At MNCP she is an ARMHS and CTSS skills practitioner, helping children and adults build their repertoire of coping skills and skills for daily living. Brittany has worked with teenagers in a variety of settings including residential treatment, public and charter schools, in the home, and at summer camp.
She enjoys being a “Jack of all trades” with the ability to work with many different people of all ages and backgrounds, but she has specific experience with people on the Autism spectrum and people who struggle with suicidal thoughts. Brittany brings Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) practices and skills coaching into her work. Outside of work, Brittany enjoys spending time with friends, family, and every dog she gets the pleasure of meeting. She also likes to play video games, spend time in nature, and she recently joined a kickball league. Brittany values social justice and equity, believing that every individual’s story is important and that everyone deserves to live their life according to their terms.