Bridgeview Staff

Kaitlyn Johnson

Bridgeview Care Coordinator

Education:
Location Served: Bridgeview
Years Experience: 2

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Clinical Approach

Clinical Interests

Hobbies

Alyssa Larson, MA, LPCC

Director of Community Based Programs

Education: MA, St. Mary's University
Location Served: Bridgeview
Years Experience: 5

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Clinical Approach
Alyssa is Director of Community Based Programs for Lee Carlson Center. She believes in the uniqueness of each individual and is passionate about working with teenagers and their families. Pulling from their strengths and values, she enjoys helping individuals realize their full potentials.

Clinical Interests
Alyssa has worked at Columbia Heights High School for three years as well as partnered with other schools in Anoka County. Alyssa has experience supporting teenagers through anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, adjustment difficulties, and post-traumatic stress disorder. She also has experience working with adults with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness and is trained in DBT.

Hobbies
Alyssa enjoys spending time with friends and family, hiking, cooking, and skiing.

Meghan Thoennes, AA

Lead CSP/Housing & ARMHS Specialist

Education: AA, Alexandria Technical & Community College
Location Served: Bridgeview
Years Experience: 6

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Clinical Interests
Meghan has worked in the mental health field since 2006 in a variety of settings including: in-patient, community behavioral health hospital, residential services, and in-home services. When working with clients, she follows a person centered approach with mindfulness, radical acceptance, emotional regulation, and motivational interviewing. Meghan has experience working with adults, 18 and older. She has a special interest in PTSD and Schizophrenia.

Hobbies
Meghan enjoys spending time with her son, doing DIY projects, going to concerts, and traveling.