Kelsey Bissett joins as the mental health success coach for Clearview Public Schools

Kelsey Bissett joins Clearview as mental health success coach

She will be covering a one-year leave of absence under the supervision of Clinical Director Don Porter.

Clearview Public Schools has welcomed Kelsey Bissett as the mental health success coach covering a one-year leave of absence for the organization.

Bissett will be joining under the supervision of Clinical Director Don Porter, and will deliver programs to students, parents and school staff to increase knowledge pertaining to all aspects of mental health and wellness.

Having recently graduated from Athabasca University, majoring in psychology, Bissett brings a wealth of modern knowledge about the field and will be working closely with Porter to deliver programs to all schools under Clearview.

Bissett was born and raised in Stettler and loves the outdoors, often hiking, fishing and camping in her free time.

Well travelled, Bissett has spent time in Peru, Iceland and Australia among other countries.

“Having Kelsey join our team will be a huge asset to the communities and school settings,” said Porter. “She brings a wealth of mental health program knowledge and experience, as well as being very personable and easy to engage.”


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