• Meet RCW's Mental Health Staff!

    The following staff all provide services to support our students’ mental health, but in different ways and to different populations. Read on to familiarize yourself with each of our mental health support staff.

Karlee Eichten
  • Karlee Eichten is the school counselor/testing coordinator and new to RCW as of 2020. Ms. Eichten attended South Dakota State University where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Studies and a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Human Resource Development, specializing in School Counseling. Ms. Eichten prepares students for and proctors statewide testing. She assists students in all areas of their lives--specifically addressing scheduling, career planning, college prep, individual counseling, group counseling, individualized interventions, and conflict resolution/problem solving amongst students. Although she is able to meet with students of all ages, she primarily works with high schoolers. Karlee can be reached by phone or email keichten@rcw.k12.mn.us

Kayla Sharkey
  • Kayla Sharkey (formly Kayla Hegna) is a school psychologist, employed through the Minnesota Valley Cooperative Center. She has been with the RCW school district since 2018. Mrs. Sharkey has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota, Morris. She went on to graduate school at the University of South Dakota where she earned an Educational Specialist Degree in School Psychology. As a school psychologist, she has extensive training in mental health, diagnostics, learning, and behavior. She works with parents, teachers, and students in preschool through 12th grade to help identify and reduce barriers. Her primary duties include special education evaluations, social skills groups, short-term individual counseling, parent and teacher consultation, and crisis intervention. Mrs. Sharkey is available Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. She can be reached via email at khegna@rcw.k12.mn.us.

Shereen Frank
  • Shereen Frank is the high school social worker. She has been employed at RCW since 2017. Mrs. Frank graduated from St. Cloud State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. She works with general education and special education students in grades 6-12. Her one-on-one and group sessions allow students to find success. In order for your child to receive regular school social work services, a consent form must be signed. She also connects families and students to a variety of services, shares resources, and gives guidance if needed. This year, Mrs. Frank is aiding high school teachers in providing a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum during Roar Time. In addition, she also serves as the Teens Against Drugs and Alcohol (TADA) advisor and National Honor Society (NHS) advisor because she believes students benefit from serving their communities as active leaders. Mrs. Frank can be reached via phone or email sfrank@rcw.k12.mn.us.

  • Jolene Marconcini is a school-linked mental health practitioner with Woodland Centers. She earned her Associates of Arts Degree from Hutchinson Vocational and has many years of experience working with children and families. Jolene has been providing skills training to students ages 5-18 at RCW since 2016. Families and students can self-refer for school-linked mental health services by contacting the Woodland Centers intake coordinator, Stacy M, at 320-235-4613 ext. 356 or by email stacy.maurice@wcenters.org.  

Jamie Golberg
  • Jamie Golberg has been the elementary school social worker at RCW since 2017. She attended Minnesota State University, Mankato where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. Mrs. Golberg provides individual and small group skills sessions, Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in the classroom, crisis response, and peer conflict resolution to general education and special education students in kindergarten through 5th grade. Her prior experience working as a county social worker has assisted her in referring and linking students and families to appropriate services and resources. In order for your child to receive regular school social work services, a consent form must be signed. Mrs. Golberg can be reached by phone or email jgolberg@rcw.k12.mn.us. Visit her Google site for more resources and supports https://sites.google.com/rcw.k12.mn.us/mrsgolberg/home?authuser=0.

  • Sarah Erickson is a school-linked mental health therapist with Woodland Centers. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Sarah has been providing individual and family therapy to RCW students with mental health concerns since 2017. Families and students can self-refer for school-linked mental health services by contacting the Woodland Centers intake coordinator, Stacy M, at 320-235-4613 ext. 356 or by email stacy.maurice@wcenters.org