Headshot of Gabrielle Suihkonen

Credentials: MSW, LICSW

Specialty Training: MNCIT (Minnesota Crisis Intervention Teams trained), DBT micro interventions and ‘bite-sized’ interventions Now Matters Now/ Ursula Whiteside training

Clinical Interests: Person-centered care, individual/ family empowerment, suicide prevention/intervention/postvention, depression management, anxiety management, crisis intervention

Education: Bachelor of Social Work- Bemidji State University, Master of Social Work- University of Minnesota Duluth (HRSA clinical scholar)

Hobbies: Traveling, kayaking, adventures, painting, spending time with loved ones.

When did you join RMHC? May 2020

Why do you work at RMHC? Growing up on the Range, I have seen first-hand the struggles of connecting to and remaining connected to mental health services. I became a social worker to make a difference. I value client connections and person-centered work. On the Range there are a lot of barriers and I recognize that fact and seek to make things work to allow individuals and families access to services and needs.

What should clients know about you? Mental health is a continuum, we all have mental health. It is SO brave to seek out services and actively participate. I am here as a resource; the strength is within you as an individual or family seeking services. I focus on person-centered work and empowerment. I am passionate about this work.

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