Lorrie Young, LMSW, CADC
Lorrie specializes in solution-focused therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and in working with patients with co-occurring disorders. She has worked to develop informative programming targeted at fighting the effects of stigma as it impacts patients with chronic mental illness and/or substance use disorders.
Larece Bartusek is the Director’s Assistant and Office Manager. She has been employed with Prairie Ridge since 1992 after graduating from Hamilton Business College. Larece was extensively involved in the NIATx Project and is a certified Change Leader.
Dr. Shea Jorgensen
Dr. Jorgensen received her undergraduate degree at Warburg College in Waverly, IA and completed both medical school and psychiatry residency at the University of Iowa, where she served as a chief resident. She is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She is the psychiatrist for the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team and RENEW first episode psychosis team. Dr. Jorgensen is also Director of the Public and Rural Psychiatry track at the University of Iowa. She is passionate about improving care and access for patients in rural Iowa.
Sarah Grant, BA, CADC
Sarah Grant is a Clinical Supervisor and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She graduated from the Buena Vista University in 2014 with Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology, Human Services and Sociology. Ms. Grant is trained in MET/CBT, DBT, the Matrix Model, Nurtured Heart Approach, and is a WRAP certified instructor. She has been with Prairie Ridge since 2015, doing clinical work in all levels of care. She brings experience working with children, families, and is a strong advocate for social justice and human rights. She oversees training and programming of the clinical team.
Mike Huisman, B.A.
Graduated from Westmar College (1984)
Mike has served as the Prairie Ridge Fiscal Officer since 1989.
Kelly Grunhovd, CPS
Director of Community Based Programming
Kelly Grunhovd is the Prevention Program Manager/Program Director. She graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2002 with Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Spanish. While studying at the University of Northern Iowa, she concentrated her class load in Psychology of Adjustment and Abnormal Psychology. She was also able to fine tune her Spanish skills by studying a semester in Spain. Ms. Grunhovd is a certified instructor for Strengthening Families Program, Reconnecting Youth and Prime for Life programs.
Breanna Johnson, LMSW, CADC
Breanna has been employed at Prairie Ridge since 2008. Previously, Breanna worked as the Residential Program Manager providing day-to-day management of the residential program needs. Breanna currently works as a Clinical Supervisor providing clinical supervision to outpatient therapists. Breanna is also a certified therapist and supervisor for Motivational Enhancement Therapy/Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (MET/CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Jennifer Tarr, MS, ACADC
Jenny has been employed at Prairie Ridge since 2005. She specializes in providing Dialectical Behavioral Therapy skills and the Matrix Model Relapse Prevention skills and has provided training throughout the state of Iowa. Jenny oversees the Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) Implementation for the agency and assists in outpatient program management, providing training and supervision to outpatient clinicians.
Tommi Honken, BA, CADC
Tommi has been employed at Prairie Ridge since January of 2013. She has an extensive understanding of the residential program and will assist with collaborating with our residential program unit coordinator, in addition to working closely with the other two clinical supervisors to oversee day to day operations within our clinical practice and coordinating with management to address agency operations. Tommi has extensive training & development of expertise within multiple formats of evidence-based practices to include The Matrix Model, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Nurtured Heart Approach, and implementation of dual diagnosis treatment. She believes strongly in the mission that we stand for at Prairie Ridge and is a huge advocate of spreading knowledge and eliminating stigma.
Residential Program Unit Coordinator
Carrie has been employed by Prairie Ridge since November 2011. She was first hired as a part-time residential clinical assistant and soon moved to a full-time position in our women’s residential program. This is where she had the opportunity share her story and motivation in recovery and also trained in the many areas including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy skills. Carrie has also completed trainings in Motivational Interviewing, Feedback Informed Treatment, and The Nurtured Heart Approach. Recently, she received Recovery Coaching certification and is also a Recovery Coach Trainer. Carrie now oversees and provides the day-to-day management of the residential program needs that involves program scheduling, training, and supervision.