Karen Schueler is a graduate
of Fort Hays State University with a Master of Science degree
in counseling, and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.
At Fort Hays State University, Karen is an adjunct instructor,
teaching two courses through the Virtual College on Family Communication
Karen works full-time at the High Plains
Mental Health Center in Hays, Kansas, which covers 20 counties
of northwest Kansas. In her nineteen years with High Plains, Karen
has served in a variety of roles including children's therapist,
case manager, consultant, and is currently the Manager of the
Prevention, Education and Outreach Department. Her duties in this
capacity include public relations events, consults, and coordinating
and providing educational presentations and programs in northwest
Kansas on a variety of mental health topics. Karen is also a member
of the Center's critical incident response team, and is trained
in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and in Community
Crisis Response Team Training through the National Organization
for Victim Assistance (NOVA).
In her free time, Karen likes to golf.