Meet Our Wellness Team
Monica Hylbert "Mrs. H", LMFT, ATR
Site Wellness Specialist
Pronouns: she, her, hers
Monday-Friday 7:30a to 4:00p in the Wellness Center
Monica Hylbert, aka “Mrs. H" started her journey with CUHSD at Prospect High School in 2019 as a school based therapist through CASSY (Counseling and Support Services for Youth). Branham welcomed Mrs. H as the Wellness Center Specialist in January 2023. After working school-based supporting SPED students from 2004-2016, Mrs H. obtained a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology, and Art Therapy, from Notre Dame de Namur University. Mrs. H. is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), and a Registered Art Therapist (ATR), and has worked in the mental health field since 2016. Initially starting her mental health career as an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) for the Alzheimer’s Association, and in the school-based and outpatient setting for Almaden Valley Counseling, she has found her passion working with youth and supporting their overall well-being, fostering positive motivation while providing life skills that carry them beyond high school. Mrs. H. is excited to continue providing mental health and well-being support here on campus, for all of our students and staff.
Mrs H’s motto is: Trust the Process - Reveal it To Heal it!
Torion Oey, AMFT
Monday-Friday 8a-4p, except Wednesday 8a-2p
To make an appointment with our CASSY therapist, students need to see their school counselor first (see below), or come into the Wellness Center, or complete a referral form.
One on one counseling is provided to our students through a district partnership with CASSY (Counseling and Support Services for Youth). CASSY is a nonprofit agency that partners with schools to provide professional mental health services to students in their academic setting. Our therapists are compassionate, competent and conveniently located right on campus. All services are free to our students and their parents. For more information on CASSY go to: https://cassybayarea.org/
To make an appointment with Pacific Clinics, students need to see their school counselor first (see below), or come to the Wellness Center, or complete a referral form.
One on one counseling is provided to our students through a district partnership with Pacific Clinics (formerly Uplift Family Services). Pacific Clinics is one of the largest behavioral health treatment providers in California. One of the programs provided by Pacific Clinics is early intervention and therapy to students and families who are suffering from a mental health issue. These services utilize evidence-based practices and include parent workshops, youth groups, and individual and family therapy. Our Pacific Clinics team member works in collaboration with our Admin, teachers, and parents to support our students emotional and academic success. For more information about Pacific Clinics visit https://pacificclinincs.org/.