Baldwin, Mich– Family Health Care recently added three new behavioral health therapists to its clinics in Newaygo County.
Julie Gallivan, LPC, joins the Family Health Care clinic at 11 N. Maple St. in Grant. She has extensive experience in counseling individuals, families, and children. Gallivan earned a bachelor's degree in professional counseling from Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids and received a master’s degree in human services with an emphasis on marriage and family counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
The school-based clinics in Grant and White Cloud will also benefit from additional behavioral health therapists.
Kat VanEss, LLMSW, will work with students at the Child and Adolescent Health Center at White Cloud Elementary School. She earned her Master of Social Work degree from Ferris State University and completed her clinical rotation at Family Health Care.
Ashley Carpenter, LLMSW, will provide behavioral health services to students at the Child and Adolescent Health Center at Grant Middle School. Carpenter has a Master of Social Work degree from Ferris State University. Her clinical internship was completed at Lakeview Community Schools in Montcalm County.
“We are excited to be able to expand access to behavioral health services in Newaygo County,” said Rebecca London, LMSW, chief of behavioral and integrated services at Family Health Care. “The nation faces a mental health crisis, and the impact is also being felt locally. By adding additional therapists to our team, it will make it easier for individuals to get the support they need at our main clinics and our school-based clinics throughout the area.”
To learn more about behavioral health services at Family Health Care, visit www.familyheatlhcare.org/behavioralhealth.