Helping school systems, communities, and youth-serving organizations transform discipline practices to promote youth behavioral health.
Offering School Discipline Consulting and Technical Assistance to WA State schools in the following regions:
North Sound : Whatcom, Skagit, San Juan, Island, Snohomish;
Southeast : Asotin, Benton, Franklin, Columbia, Whitman, Walla Walla, Yakima, Garfield, and Kittitas.
Services may be eligible for funding through Whatcom County and Walla Walla County Youth Marijuana Prevention and Education Program (YMPEP)- WA Dept. of Health Dedicated Marijuana Account.
Cascadia Youth Mental Health PLLC was founded on the belief the best youth mental health care happens outside the therapy room, in the environments where children live, learn, and play. Services focus on partnering with youth-serving systems to collaboratively create policies, systems, and environments that promote youth mental health.
areas of focus
substance use school discipline policy & practice
School-based substance use & Truancy Interventions
The School Discipline System Check-Up℠ is a strategic consulting project that helps middle and high schools:
Now recruiting schools for 22-23 School Year. Also still accepting requests for Technical Assistance (hourly consulting support may be available at not cost to your school).
Please submit a contact form or email for more information.
Potential funding sources:
Meet the founder
Tammy dee, Principal consultant
MSW, University of Washington, Seattle 2012
LICSW, WA State #LW60922289
Tammy Dee, MSW (she/her) is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with 15 years of experience in school discipline reform, youth substance use and violence prevention, and youth behavioral health. She primarily provides consulting services focused on school discipline and school mental health programs. She also holds an ESA School Social Work Certificate with OSPI (Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) and worked as a School Social Worker for 6 school years prior to beginning her private practice. In addition, she has taught undergraduate Social Work courses, conducted research on the implementation of Restorative Practices in schools in Australia, and co-authored research articles and a book chapter on child abuse and neglect. She is especially passionate about helping schools transform discipline systems to prevent youth substance use and juvenile justice involvement, and promote equitable youth mental health outcomes.
2019-2021 training & consulting Projects
Current or Recent Projects
for Educators to promote student mental health
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