Kortney Booth Clark
Kortney Clark is a Case Manager for Pioneer Counseling. Kortney helps coordinate the care for clients involved in the Community Living Integration Program (CLIP). Kortney has a Bachelor’s of Music degree from Utah State University, a Master of Arts degree from the University of Wyoming, and an Education Specialist degree from Grand Canyon University. Kortney was a music teacher at Aspen Elementary in Evanston for ten years. Due to different life experiences, both professional and personal, her focus and area of interest shifted to the mental health field. Kortney feels that as a Case Manager she still puts her teaching skills to good use, teaching clients skills they may need to know to advocate for themselves or to manage their own care. Kortney spent almost three years as a Family Care Coordinator at Wraparound Solutions working with the families of kids with complex mental health or behavioral challenges. Through Kortney’s job at Wraparound she got a certificate in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills and training in Motivational Interviewing. Outside of work Kortney is busy raising two girls, and three dogs.