Kesha Marson is a licensed clinical social worker. She currently works as a clinical therapist in the Structured Outpatient Program at our organization’s Behavioral Health Center in Amery, Wis. This is an intensive outpatient program at Amery Hospital & Clinic’s West Campus that is focused on meeting the mental health needs of the aging population. In addition to her clinical work, Kesha co-founded the Suicide Prevention Task Force of St. Croix County in 2013. She continues to provide trainings and resources to promote suicide awareness and prevention. She is a certified Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Suicide Prevention Trainer. And she serves as the clinical supervisor and mobile crisis worker for the St. Croix County Mobile Crisis team, responding with law enforcement for mental health emergencies within the community. Passionate about promoting the profession of social work, Kesha is also an adjunct professor in the Masters of Social Work Program at Augsburg College. In her free time she enjoys all things endurance sports related, including running marathons and racing her road bike.