Traci Rudolf-Hanrahan, LMSW
BHIS Supervisor/Mental Health Therapist
Traci is a Licensed Master of Social Work specializing in individual, couples, and family therapy, with extensive experience working with young children and adolescents. She has several years of experience working with youth with behavioral health needs and currently provides school based mental health services in rural community schools.
With over 20 years of experience working in social work and mental health in a variety of capacities, Traci specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with an emphasis on interactive, strength based, and solution-focused models.
Traci completed her Bachelor's degree in Social Work at Dana College, and received her Master's degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Iowa.
License, Certifications & Awards:
License for Mental Health Counseling in the State of Iowa
Certified Facilitator for Aggression Replacement Training (ART)
Certified in Mental Health First Aid
Certified Trainer for Common Sense Parenting
Professional Activities and Memberships:
Member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW)
Member of Iowa School Social Workers' Association
Jenny March, BS
Behavior Health Intervention Specialist
"Often we live our life in chains, never realizing we hold the key"...unknown
"Our past does not define our future-we do"...unknown
Jenny has over 6 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families. She has worked with youth in a variety of settings such as: residential/PMIC, schools in IEP and 504 planning, in home, and throughout the community. Jenny has experience working with Children's Mental Health Waivers, Intellectual Disability Waivers, and Brain Injury Waivers. She is currently working on her masters degree in Mental Health Counseling at Drake University with areas of interest including: strength-based practices, empowerment, positive psychology, trauma, Art Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, approaches of teamwork and problem solving, and The Hero's Journey. Jenny strives to help others live and lead a healthy and happy life and states that "People are her passion".
Jenny brings her outlook in life and desire to assist others into her sessions with individuals and families she works with. She believes in the power of positivity, the power of choice, living an authentic life, embracing individuality, the importance of developing and chasing dreams, and that laughter is key.
Jenny obtained her AA degree from DMACC and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Iowa State University. She is currently in the Drake Mental Health Counseling Program with an anticipated graduation date of Winter 2019.
Iowa Mental Health Counselors Association Member
Mentor for Community Mental Health
Advocate in support of Mental Health Awareness in Des Moines Register
Susan Tridle, BA
Behavioral Health Intervention Specialist
Mental Health Intern
“We can only see with open eyes, We can only listen with open ears, We can only thing with open minds” (Author unknown)
Susan has had extensive experience over the past 22 years with individuals of all ages and genders in educational settings, home settings, and facility settings. She has worked with individuals having many diagnoses (singular or multiple) including but not limited to: Intellectual Disabilities, Behavior Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Angelman’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Behavior, Conduct Disorder, Anger Management, and Schizophrenia. She is currently working toward completion of her Masters degree in Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Substance Abuse. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is her specialization along with skill building to replace maladaptive behaviors with socially acceptable behaviors, and using coping skills for anger management.
BA: Community Recreation, Emphasis: Aquatics, BA: Elementary Education, BA: Psychology
MA in Teaching: Special Education
Graduate Student in Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling, expected date of graduation: May, 2019
Graduate Student Member of American Counseling Association
Autism Society of Iowa, member
National Education Association, member
Nodaway Valley Education Association, membership committee co-chairperson
Orient Women’s Club, President, Fundraiser chairperson
Tyler Finders, BS
Behavioral Health Intervention Specialist
Tyler has been working with children and families for the last 7 years. He has worked in various settings including: before and after school STEM childcare programs, camp programming, and youth pastoring. He is currently attending Capella University to obtain his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. His studies include: career counseling and guidance, cognitive processing, and decision-making. He is still in the beginning stages of his studies, but he has a passion for empowering individuals to live their best life.
Tyler focuses on developing a strong relationship with everyone he interacts. His goal is to know your story and build a program that is structured for the individual and their family. He also loves to have fun, play games, and enjoy the simple things in life.
Tyler has a BS degree in Christian Counseling. He is currently obtaining his MS through Capella University to obtain a Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree.