Prevention & Intervention at New Vista
Mental Health Partners Prevention & Intervention Program
The Prevention Interventionists are
master’s-level or licensed professional
mental health counselors employed by
Mental Health Partners (a Boulder County agency) and contracted by BVSD to provide
in-school, free of charge mental health
services aimed at resiliency building.
Prevention Intervention services include:
- Crisis intervention and short-term counseling for students.
- Assist students/parents with referrals to other mental health community resources.
- Provide mental health consultation with school staff or others about a student’s mental health
- Educational presentations to the school community
Topics that can be addressed include anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, academic stress, social/relationship stress, eating/ body image, substance/drug use, sexual orientation, gender expression, trauma, family conflict, and transitions/grief/loss.
Referrals for PI services can be made by school counseling staff and/or administrators, students and families.