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Wyatt has a master’s degree in clinical social work from Augsburg University. He is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker. Wyatt’s experience includes working as a mental health practitioner in a residential setting, an independent living skills counselor, and as an advocate/crisis counselor for individuals impacted by domestic and sexual violence. At MHS, Wyatt facilitates Adult Three-Day DBT and Early Adolescent DBT programs, and provides individual therapy services. Wyatt brings a humanistic, strengths-based, and person-centered focus to his DBT practice. Wyatt’s favorite thing about working in mental health is seeing individuals grow into the person they want to be.
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