Affiliate Member Organizations and Individuals

Affiliate Member Organizations and Individuals
Address: 
1201 Tall Pine Ln
Ste 2
Cloquet, MN 55720
Work: 
(715) 296-9429
Email: 
Description: 

Saprina Matheny was the Clinical Program Manager for the Ambit Network at the University of Minnesota. In that role, she provided clinical consultation and training related to the implementation of Trauma Informed Communities/Practices to a variety of audiences, including education, child welfare, juvenile justice, and clinicians. She now provides outpatient therapy, as well as supervision, consultation, and training with a particular emphasis on implementation of TF-CBT.

Address: 
Iowa Department of Public Health Lucas State Office Building
321 E. 12th St.
Des Moines, Iowa 50319
Work: 
(515) 242-6514
Fax: 
(515) 281-4535
Description: 

Tiffany Conroy formerly worked at Children's Research Triangle in Chicago as a Child and Family Therapist and Community Relations Coordinator. She is now the Violence Prevention Coordinator for the Iowa Department of Public Health where she coordinates the state's public health response to violence against women.

Korinne H. Babel, PhD, LPC, NCC

Address: 
Columbus Psychological Associates
2325 Brookstone Centre Parkway
Columbus, GA 3190
Work: 
(706) 653-6841
Fax: 
(706) 653-7843
Description: 

Korinne is a former Children's Therapist from the Family Sunshine Center where she provided TF-CBT to children 3-17 and was active in the NCTSN. Korinne remains involved as an affiliate member of the NCTSN while working as an Assistant Professor at Troy University and providing play therapy in a private practice setting.

Address: 
117 West Walnut Avenue #C
San Diego, CA 92103
Work: 
(619) 577-2325
Description: 

Jennifer Hossler is a master level social worker and experienced trainer with extensive experience in the fields of child welfare, child trauma, system change, and juvenile justice. She recently worked as the Child Welfare Systems Change Specialist for the Chadwick Center's Trauma-Informed Systems Project (CTISP-DI), serving as a liaison, consultant, and trainer for 5 child welfare jurisdictions across the country, helping create more trauma-informed systems. She now works as a consultant for ACEs Connection and remains involved with NCTSN committees and projects focused child welfare, sexual abuse, human trafficking, and advancing knowledge of adverse childhood experiences.

Address: 
1111 NE 64th LN UNIT 1804
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Work: 
(503)780-8612
Email: 
Description: 

Diane Tutch recently coordinated a SAMHSA Category III grant to LifeWorks NW. She has an extensive history as a successful grantwriter and grants manager. Her passion is services to very young children.

Address: 
SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital
3800 Park Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63104
Work: 
(314) 577-5667
Fax: 
(314) 268-2784
Description: 

Debra Emery was the former Clinical Manager of the Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis. She now works at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital and serves as the psychologist on the hematology/oncology team. Her interests include complex trauma and integrated care.

Address: 

Community Access Unlimited
80 West Grand Street
Elizabeth NJ 07202

Work: 
908-354-3040 x206
Mobile: 
973-666-2820
Fax: 
908-354-2665
Email: 
Description: 

Mr. Webb was formerly Executive Director of Family & Children’s Services in Elizabeth, NJ. He was co-developer of the agency’s Transforming Trauma grant funded by SAMHSA. He is currently a special projects consultant with Community Access Unlimited, also in Elizabeth. He assists with that organization’s trauma-informed care culture and in developing trauma-informed treatment services for at-risk youth.


 

Address: 

564 W. Randolph, Suite 200
Chicago, Illinois 60661

Work: 
773-991-3655
Description: 

Ms. Groessl is a clinician, consultant, and clinical supervisor in private practice in Chicago, IL. She is also a PhD candidate at the Institute for Clinical Social Work in Chicago. Ms. Groessl has worked for more than 20 years with children and adults who have experienced traumatic stress, and with those who have complex histories due to prenatal substance exposure or developmental trauma. She has trained locally and nationally on topics including child traumatic stress, secondary traumatic stress, prenatal substance exposure, cognitive and executive dysfunction, parent-child attachment, and military family issues. From 2009 to 2016, Ms. Groessl was the Project Coordinator for the NCTSN Category III center at Children’s Research Triangle in Chicago. During that time, she trained in several trauma-focused treatments including child-parent psychotherapy (CPP), Families OverComing Under Stress (FOCUS), Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress (SPARCS), and the Breakthrough Series Collaborative (BSC) Core Curriculum. Ms. Groessl has participated in several NCTSN collaborative workgroups including Partnering with Youth and Families, Military Families, and the Terrorism and Disaster Committee.

Address: 

New York University
1 Park Avenue, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10016
 

Work: 
(646) 754-5098
Description: 

Christopher Branson was a Co-Investigator on the BI-SLR HEARTS Category 3 Center in New York City (2009-15). He remains active in the Network as co-chair of the Justice Consortium collaborative group.

Address: 

Community Access Unlimited
80 West Grand Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07202
 

Work: 
(908) 354-3040 ext. 206
Description: 
William Webb

is relatively new [2012] to the trauma-informed field after 40 + years in management and consulting in child welfare, family service, mental health.juvenile justice npo's and some government agencies. His MSW/ACSW training provides a clinical/organizational/community-based service system perspective to work with boards,staff,funders and community groups. He is currently consulting on special projects, incl.program development and community capacity development, focusing on developmental disabilities and youth at risk populations, at Community Access Unlimited in Elizabeth NJ. Previously as ED at Family & Children's Services, He was instrumental in developing a "Transforming Trauma" program,funded by SAMHSA, to improve and increase trauma-informed and trauma-focused services to children and youth in multiple service systems in New Jersey. In partnership with Trinitas Regional Medical Center and the CARES Institute, our program faciltated TF-CBT training for clinicians regionally, developed a trauma-informed community collaborative and instituted an education and training program to assist other community providers in becoming trauma-informed. He is happy to continue his recent experience with NCTSN as an individual affiliate member and is very committed to helping strengthen the development and dissemination of trauma-informed services, knowledge and practice wherever possible.

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