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Katey Tuchscherer Franklin

Assistant Professor of Counseling and the School Counseling Program Leader, Montana State University


Katey Tuchscherer Franklin, Ph.D., LSC, LCPC, is an Assistant Professor of Counseling and the School Counseling Program Leader at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. Montana State University is a land grant university, and in her role, Katey endeavors to illuminate and systemically address rural school communities' mental and behavioral health needs to support the academic, vocational, and social/emotional needs of Montana kids. Katey is passionate about supporting equity in public education and addressing systemic barriers to resources for children.

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