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Meet our Behavioral Health Team

Meet Our Behavioral Health Team & Transitional Coaches
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Tracie Hall, LCSW
Behavioral Health Coordinator
Telephone: (423) 420-9678 xtn. 2080
Fax: (423) 442-8601
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Melody Hattaway
Behavioral Health Administrative Assistant
Melody is the Administrative Assistant for the Behavioral Health Coordinator for School Health.  She is currently a full time graduate student obtaining her Master's of Education in School Counseling.  She is an Integrated Yoga for Kids teacher and it is her passion to help ensure each child is given the best opportunities to be successful.  
Telephone: (423) 420-9678 xtn. 2081
Fax: (423) 442-8601
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Alexis Rogers
Administrative Assistant for the Resilient Schools Grant
Alexis assisted in training thirteen schools this past year in Trauma Informed Training to promote resilience.  She is a 2022 graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan University and will begin her Master's program in the fall of 2022.
Telephone:  (423) 420-9678
Fax:  (423) 442-8601
Who are our Behavioral Health Counselors?
Victoria Armstrong
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Llewellyn Cooper
Meet Llewellyn, he is the Behavioral Health Counselor at Madisonville Intermediate School.  He was a teacher at several different schools in South Carolina, Washington D.C., Arkansas, South Korea and Alabama.  Llewellyn relocated to Monroe County for a fellowship with Teach for America Central Appalachian Leadership Lab.  He is currently working on his Ph.D in Human Services as well as studying to become a certified Trauma Professional.  His passion is Intergenerational Trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences.  Mr. Cooper is a former Golden Gloves and U.A. Army (Area IV) boxing champion.  He considers it a blessing and result of much prayer to be working in his current position in this area. 
Maria Fioravanti
Meet Maria, she is the Behavioral Health Counselor at Madisonville Primary School.  She believes in the importance of providing a safe and trusting environment to help support growth.  "I am thrilled to be a part of an opportunity to provide this space in our school system!" Maria received her Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lipscomb University where she specialized in child play therapy.  She is currently working towards her license as a practicing counselor as well as becoming a certified play specialist.  
Kasey Moses
Meet Casey, she is the Behavioral Health Counselor at Madisonville Middle School.  She loves being able to collaborate with faculty and staff to help all students be happy, healthy and well.  She is a 2022 graduate of Liberty University with a MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.  Kasey plans to pursue her EMDR certification to help students dealing with trauma.  She looks forward to learning and growing in the profession.  
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Alyssa Rutkiewicz
Meet Alyssa, she is the Behavioral Health Counelor at Tellico Plains Junior High.  She graduated from UTK with her Master's in Social Work in 2020.  She obtained her LMSW in early 2022 and is currently working towards her LCSW.  Her favorite thing about social work is being able to give special attention to vulnerable and oppressed communities.  
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Kathy Stockner
Meet Kathy, she is the Behavioral Health Counselor at Rural Vale School.  She received her Bachelor's degree in Social Work in 2015 and her Master's degree from the University of Tennessee in 2020, then her LCSW shortly after.  She has worked in mental health and substance use programs with children, adolescents and adults for the last eight years prior to coming to Monroe County Schools.  She enjoys being able to engage with students about peer relationships, emotions and coping skills highlighting their strengths.  
Easy Access Contact List:
Do not contact our office in emergency situations!
Emergency:  911
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline:  988
Mobile Crisis:  (865) 539-2409
Children's Hospital Crisis Stabilization:  (865) 245-0070
*The following services are free*
TN Statewide Crisis Line: 1-855-274-7471
National Suicide Prevention Line:  1-800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line:  Text TN to 741741
Family Resource Center:  (423) 420-9678