MEET THE TEAM

“We need to redefine the narrative and recognize cultural differences so that all people can get the help they need.”

- Dr. Chandra Carey


 

Angie Cartwright, PhD, LPC-S, LSOTP-S, NCC Project Director As Project Director, Dr. Cartwright manages the project to ensure that implementation and 
prescribed activities are carried out in accordance with specified objectives. She 
oversees the coordination and evaluation of the project, including the partnerships with BH 
and IC settings, coordinating the development and delivery of the training component of the 
project, and supervises internal project evaluation. Dr. Cartwright communicates 
and serves as the university supervisor for CHE students, especially school 
counseling interns during their clinical internship.
Click here for Dr. Cartwright’s full biography.

Chandra Carey, PhD, CRC Co-Primary Investigator As Co-PI, Dr. Carey assists the primary investigator with the coordination and evaluation of 
the project. Additionally, she oversees the development of the SAMHSA-HRSA Center for 
Integrated Health Solutions training modules. Dr. Carey also communicates and serves 
as the university supervisor for RHS students during their clinical internship. She 
will also assist with project evaluation.Click here for Dr. Carey’s full biography.

Peggy Ceballos, PhD, NCC, CCPT-S, CPRT-S  Co-Primary Investigator As Co-PI, Dr. Ceballos oversees the development of the multicultutral component of the 
program, which includes trainings related to translation and non-traditional counseling
interventions. She also assists with project coordination and evaluation. Dr. Ceballos 
communicates and serves as the university supervisor for the CHE students, especially
school counseling interns during their clinical internship. Click here for Dr. Ceballos’ full biography.

Kimmalla Mitchell Project Coordinator As project coordinator, Ms. Mitchell manages the administration and logistics of community 
and academic partnerships, project reporting, interactions between students and 
partnership sites, budget management, purchasing, marketing, and the day to day duties 
related to the project. She directs operations for the project’s integrated behavioral 
health internship field placements program, serves as student ombudsman and facilitates 
professional integrated behavioral healthcare trainings for graduate students and 
university affiliates. Click here for Kimmalla Mitchell’s full biography.