All Kinds of News for November 09, 2016
It is with great pleasure that PRN for Families welcomes the newest member of our clinical team, Kelsey Morell, LMSW.
Kelsey comes to PRN following the completion of her master's degree from Columbia University School of Social Work. Kelsey's prior clinical experiences include working with at-risk youth and families in the New York City Public School system, with psychiatric patients and their families at Bellevue Hospital of New York City, and with incarcerated youth within the juvenile justice system. Kelsey earned her B.A in Sociology with a minor in Education from Colorado College in 2012, where she also played lacrosse. She continues to make outdoor activity and exercise a priority in her life, and is a certified teacher and practitioner of yoga. Kelsey also enjoys traveling to immerse herself in other cultures.
"It is exciting to support the development of bright, talented, young professionals in our industry, " said Charles Elias, PRN's Executive Director. "Kelsey's enthusiasm, energy, sharp inquisitiveness and strong desire to learn and grow as a clinician allow her to bring a unique perspective to our work with young people."
Kelsey has recently relocated back to Colorado, and is working closely with Charles to support the case management process, as well as the mentor teams, for clients located near our Lakewood office. Those of you who attended the YATA conference may have already had the opportunity to meet Kelsey, and if you've met her, you already know what an amazing, warm, and talented woman she is. If you plan to be in or around Denver anytime soon, please let us know--Kelsey would love to meet you! She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us in welcoming her to our PRN for Families team!
PRN for Families is a home-based support program that serves families who have children or young adults who are struggling, or for whom an out-of-home placement may be necessary. Since 2003, PRN for Families has offered intensive at-home intervention, crisis support, transition and reunification services that empower and support families so that they may live together successfully and safely