Lindsee Fryatt is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Mental Health Practitioner. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work and a Master’s degree in Public Administration. She currently works as a Project Manager with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families, and Schools. In this position, she serves as a Regional Lead for Nebraska’s Multi-Tiered System of Support. Nebraska’s Multi-Tiered System of Support serves as an educational framework designed to empower Nebraska’s educators to support and prepare students for success by delivering a range of high-quality, evidence-based instruction and early intervention designed to meet the academic, social-emotional, and behavioral needs of all students. Lindsee previously worked as a School Social Worker for Plattsmouth Schools. In this role, she provided social work and mental health support to students in grades K-4. She also served as the Cass County Head Start Mental Health Consultant, providing mental health consultation and support to students, staff, and families. Lindsee’s additional experience includes work within the child welfare system and in the child and adolescent inpatient psychiatric setting. Lindsee is passionate about a whole-child approach to education and ensuring that students across the state receive high-quality education and intervention to support their overall wellbeing, both academically and behaviorally.
Join us for a panel discussion with leaders from schools, faith community and community organizations that are serving mental health support where people need it most where they live, learn, work and play. How can we shift to a prevention model of health and wellness that includes mental health?