Rosenstiel takes new job
Labette Center for Mental Health Services recently announced Nikkii Rosenstiel will be the center’s new children’s community-based services coordinator.
Rosenstiel’s first day in the new position will be July 21.
“We are pleased to announce that Nikkii Rosenstiel has been promoted to the position of children’s community-based services coordinator. Nikkii is a valuable asset to our organization and we are excited about her enthusiasm and abilities in our children’s department,” Matthew Atteberry, executive director of Labette Center, said in a statement.
Rosenstiel joined LCMHS in 2003 as a case manager. She later became a Navigators group leader and then the psychosocial coordinator in December 2008. Rosenstiel received a bachelor of science in social work from Pittsburg State University in 2000 and prior to working for LCMHS, worked as an adoption social worker for the Kansas Children’s Service League as well as working as a public benefits specialist for Midland Professional Group. Rosenstiel became a certified mental health first aid instructor for the adult and youth versions of the program in 2014. She is a Leadership Labette graduate, attending the course in 2012-13.
A Parsons native, Rosenstiel enjoys spending time with her family, entertaining guests in her home, playing volleyball and softball and watching sports of any kind, especially Oakland Raiders football. She is a certified Zumba instructor and loves dancing and helping others learn Zumba. Rosenstiel and her husband have two children, a daughter and a son, and she is a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Parsons, where she is a member of the Altar Society and co-president of the St. Patrick Catholic School PTO. Additionally, she is a member of the Parsons VFW Post 704 Auxiliary and a Girl Scout leader for Troop 70452.