Tim Hron, MA, LIMHP has been serving youth and families in the field of behavioral health for over 20 years. Tim received both his Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from University of Nebraska at Omaha. In Tim’s career he has served as a clinician, adjunct faculty, and leader within several organizations to include Boys Town National Research Hospital, CHI Health – Immanuel Medical Center, University of Nebraska at Omaha – College of Education, Department of Graduate Counseling and Children’s Respite Care Center (CRCC) in Omaha, Nebraska. Tim has served as a community partner on many committees and Board of Directors to include: Voices for Children of Nebraska, Board of Directors; CHI Health, Interdisciplinary Bioethics Committee Member and Project READI Participant; Nebraska School Mental Health Conference Advisory Committee, Member; University of Nebraska at Omaha Graduate Program for Counseling, Community Partner Advisory Council Member; Nebraska Total Care, Behavioral Health Advisory Committee Member; Rite of Passage – Uta Halee Academy, Community Advisory Board Member; Region 6 – Douglas County System of Care, Behavioral Health Advisory Committee Member; Sarpy County Mental Health Planning Committee, Member; and Kim Foundation, Mental Health Therapist Guest Speaker. Tim’s passion is to improve access to mental health services to youth and families through his patient care, workforce development with student learning, program development of school based mental health services as well as advocacing for underserved & marginalized communities. Tim’s preferred patient population is supporting the mental health needs of LBGTQIA+ youth. In Tim’s spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and friends as well as attending community events.