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School Mental Health Services

ESU 6 is pleased to offer mental health services by licensed mental health practitioners. 

 

  

Paul Kraus, M.A., LMHP will be available in Crete Public Schools, Norris Public Schools and Wilber-Clatonia Public Schools to conduct therapeutic sessions with authorized students in a confidential setting, free of charge. Mr. Kraus has served as a school-based mental health therapist in Nebraska for more than 20 years and he brings this experience to support students, faculty, and parents in these districts. To request a student referral in one of these districts, contact that District Office. Referrals can be made by students, parents or teachers.  However, parents/guardians and students must agree that establishing a therapeutic relationship is beneficial and appropriate prior to initiating these services.

 

POST-SESSION REPORTING
Parents/guardians can expect to receive a brief written quarterly report that generally outlines their student's behavioral and academic progress for that quarter.  No specific details about therapeutic content will be contained in this report.

 

COST
These services are free to students and families in these districts.

 

CLICK HERE to view and download the ESU 6 Mental Health brochure for more information.

 

 

 

Scott Walls, MA, LIPC, CCMHC provides mental health services to students and families for the ESU 4 & ESU 6 districts. Scott has been a licensed mental health counselor for over 20 years, working with students with behavior and conduct issues as well as teens experiencing trauma and loss.  Scott has authored one book on oppositional defiant children and teens as well as co-authored a second book on behavior management skills for children and youth with mental health and behavioral challenges in the school environment.

Referrals may be made directly to Scott using this FORM. Referrals can be made by students, parents or teachers. Parents/guardians must provide CONSENT and agree that establishing a therapeutic relationship is beneficial and appropriate prior to initiating these services.

COST
These services are free to students and families in the ESU 4 & 6 areas, funded through the Region V System of Care Grant.
  

REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Scott meets grant requirements through evaluation of students, therapy and progress reports.

 

CLICK HERE to view and download the ESU 6 Mental Health System of Care brochure for more information.

 

 

 

 


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