I practice at Adultspan Counseling in Lincoln, providing therapy to individuals and couples.
I graduated from Alma High School in Alma, NE, in 2005, received my bachelors degree in Psychology from NWU in 2009, and my Masters Degree in Counseling from Doane in 2012.
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Currently I am the Public Policy and Legislation chair on the Executive Board for the Nebraska Counseling Association, as well as secretary for the NE Association of Behavioral Health Organizations.
Volunteering is something my mom taught me at a young age, starting with scooping snow for the elderly in our neighborhood. I've donated blood, helped with Stuff the Bus, and various other organizations. I am on two volunteer lead executive boards.
P.O. Box 122, Filley NE 68357
Married for 6 years to Tyler Bursovsky.
I believe that Filley has a strong downtown for a small village, and I would support the continued health and growth of our local businesses, as well as working to continue to attract new business to Filley.
In the event that Filley suffered a traumatic weather event, my first priority would be its people. Small villages can be left out of funding and resources for natural events, and I would do what I needed to secure resources to protect and help our village. As a mental health professional, I would also support the emotional needs of the community in the event of a disaster.
There has been an effort to update and repair the streets in Filley for some time, and work has now begun on grants to make this possible. Continuing this work, and seeing it through, would be my first priority. Secondly, maintaining village funds through a large project like this and balancing the budget would be key. Lastly, I believe in creating a long term continuation of a healthy village. Strong leadership is imperative for any organization, and interest from the younger generation is key. I would work to grow the younger leadership in our village, to ensure the long lasting health and growth of Filley.
Strong leadership is imperative for any organization, including small villages. Interest from the younger generation is key, and I would work to grow the next generation of leadership in our village, to ensure the long lasting health and growth of Filley.