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Mental Health Services

Providing Mental Health services to Greene County

360 East Enon Road
Yellow Springs, OH 45387
937.767.1303 x1127
 
Our mission is to support youth and families in maximizing their potential and enhancing their wellness in the environments of school, family, and community through advocacy, mental health services, and education.

This program of the ESC provides mental health services to youth who are vulnerable to school failure due to personal, family, social emotional, academic, and/or environmental issues. The program’s purpose is to help students address non-academic issues that interfere with success in the learning process. Services provided in a natural and familiar environment, the school, enable children to utilize their greatest potential; this provides better access to services, less time away from school for community appointments, and the ability to collaborate more fully with teachers, guidance counselors and administrators. Our services include:

Diagnostic Assessment
Individual, Family & Group Therapy
Community Support
Collaboration
Education

For more information on available services, or how to start a School-based Mental Health Program in your area, please contact:

Anya Senetra

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Anya Senetra is the new Director of Mental Health for our Greene County ESC Mental Health Services.   Anya is a Licensed Independent Social Work Supervisor in the State of Ohio and is also licensed by ODE as a School Social Worker. Anya has been with the ESC for 26 years, and in the field of mental health since 1989. For over 20 years Anya served as the Program Supervisor for the School-Based Mental Health Program, responsible for program’s development, implementation, clinical supervision, as well as consultation and crisis support with all eight Greene County school districts. The School-Based Mental Health Program is designed to provide mental health counseling services to the children in the natural environment of the school.

Anya is a certified trainer of several evidence-based programs including: the Good Behavior Game™ (2006); TECIP - Traumatic Event Crisis Intervention Plan (2012); Trauma Informed Care (2014); and QPR – Question Persuade, Refer (2016). Anya has been involved in the writing, management and implementation of several state and federal grants including the most recently awarded 5-year trauma grant from SAMHSA. Additional grants have included the Prevention Practices in Schools for the PAX Good Behavior Game™, Integration of Schools and Mental Health Services, and the Safe Schools Healthy Students grant implemented with OMHAS.  Anya is passionate about providing integrated mental health services that address non-academic barriers to learning and enhance the health and well-being of children and school environments across Greene County.

Director of Mental Health
(937) 767-1303  x1131
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The Greene County ESC has been accredited by CARF for all four of its mental health programs
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