Affiliate Member Organizations and Individuals

Affiliate Member Organizations and Individuals
Address: 

1120 Glenwood Court
Columbia, SC 29204
(w): (803) 569-6712
richardkagan7@gmail.com
 

Work: 
(803) 569-6712
Description: 

Dr. Kagan provides consultation and training on traumatic stress and complex trauma treatment including Real Life Heroes® certificate training programs. He has had extensive leadership experience in non-profit child and family services as director of professional development, QI, research, and psychological services and has served as the principal investigator for two SAMHSA-funded NCTSN community practice site grants. Dr. Kagan has also served on the NCTSN Steering Committee, the NCTSN Affiliate Advisory Board, the Complex Trauma and Child Welfare Committees, and co-led development of the NCTSN Resource Parent curriculum. He was formerly Director of Research and Consultation for the Sidney Albert Training and Research Institute at Parsons Child and Family Center in Albany, New York, a NCTSN community services site since 2002. 

Dr. Kagan is the author and co-author of nine books: Families in Perpetual Crisis with Shirley Schlosberg (Norton), Turmoil to Turning Points; Building Hope for Children in Crisis Placements (Norton), Wounded Angels; Lessons from Children in Crisis (Child Welfare League of America); Rebuilding Attachments with Traumatized Children (Routledge); Healing from Losses, Violence, Abuse, and Neglect (Routledge), Real Life Heroes; a Life Storybook for Children 1st, 2nd and 3rd editions (Routledge) and the Real Life Heroes Practitioner’s Manual 1st and 2nd editions (Routledge). He has published over thirty articles, chapters, and papers on practice and research issues in trauma therapy, child welfare, foster care, adoption, training implementation, program evaluation, and quality improvement in family service and behavioral health treatment programs. Dr. Kagan’s presentations, articles, and books highlight practical and innovative approaches that practitioners and organizations can utilize to help children and families strengthen resilience and reduce traumatic stress.

Work: 
(303) 941-0247

Trauma and Grief Program at the University of Michigan

Funding Period: 
[2012 - 2016]
Description: 

The primary mission of the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry's Trauma and Grief program is to raise the standard of care and increase access to best-practice care for traumatized and/or grieving children and families (see http://www.psych.med.umich.edu/patient-care/trauma-and-grief-center/). We are affiliates with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.

Trauma and Grief Clinic
The Trauma and Grief Clinic provides trauma informed assessment, intervention, consultation and community outreach to children, adolescents (between the ages of 7-17 years) and families who anticipate or have significant histories of traumatic- and/or grief-exposed circumstances, broadly defined, to promote understanding of responses and healing. To service this population with a best practices approach that is individually tailored keeping in mind developmental, cultural, and other diversity considerations.

Infant and Early Childhood Clinic
The Infant and Early Childhood Clinic (see also http://www.psych.med.umich.edu/patient-care/infant-and-early-childhood-clinic/) provides assessment and intervention services to infants, toddlers, young children (birth-6) and their families.  We aim to promote the healing and resilience of young children and their families who have experienced trauma and/or loss through use of individually-tailored best-practices that include trauma- and developmentally-informed assessment, consultation, and intervention services. In addition, our clinic provides community consultation, advanced training to professionals, and engages in research focused on better understanding and meeting the needs of young children and their families.  The Infant and Early Childhood program also includes multifamily group services for families impacted by toxic stress, adversity, and trauma; these include military families with young children (Strong Military Families; Rosenblum & Muzik, 2014; see also http://m-span.org/programs-for-military-families/strong-families/) as well as mothers with trauma histories parenting young children (Mom Power; Muzik, Rosenblum et al., 2015).
 

City, State: 
Ann Arbor, MI
Contact: 
Katherine Rosenblum
Phone: 
(734) 764-0231
Address: 

Rees-Jones Center for Foster Care Excellence Children's Health
1935 Medical District Drive
Dallas, TX 75235

Work: 
(214) 456-1522
Description: 

Sara Pollard completed a postdoctoral psychology fellowship with the Georgia Child Traumatic Stress Initiative (GCTSI), an NCTSN Category III center and collaboration between Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University School of Medicine. During this fellowship, she developed expertise in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Additionally, Dr. Pollard delivered webinars on suicide, self-injury, and cultural issues in maltreated children. She now works in an integrated primary care clinic for children in foster care, and has been integrating the NCTSN's Resource Parent Curriculum with Triple P for foster and adoptive parents. She is especially interested in network projects related to integrated care, foster care, and cultural and systems issues.

Funding Period: 
[2001 - 2005]
Description: 

The Children’s Place is a non-profit agency that helps heal the youngest survivors of abuse, neglect and other traumas. Serving the Kansas City community for over 30 years, The Children’s Place is a recognized leader in working with young children using evidence based therapy and best practice treatment.
 
Operating three main programs: Day Treatment, Outpatient Therapy and Parenting Support Services; The Children’s Place works to help every child overcome development delays  and mental health issues that manifest as a  result of traumatic experiences. Day Treatment provides a therapeutic early education program for children under the age of 5. Outpatient Therapy provides both child and family therapy for children up to 8 years of age and Parenting Support Services is an in-home service to work with caregivers to strengthen their parenting competencies and decrease parental stress. The goal of all three programs is to help children and families heal from adverse experiences and to  promote happy and healthy childhoods.
 

City, State: 
Kansas City, MO
Contact: 
Ann Thomas
Phone: 
(816) 363-1898
Address: 

108 Clover Street Roselle, NJ 07203

Work: 
908-578-4889
Description: 

Dr. Jones is a former Post-doctoral Fellow with The Center for Child Trauma and Resilience at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. While there she provided evidence based trauma treatment to youth involved in the juvenile justice system and facilitated trauma trainings to correctional officers, probation officers, and mental health staff. Dr. Jones currently works at Children's Specialized Hospital in New Jersey and remains involved with NCTSN activities focused on expanding evidence-based trauma practices in schools.

Address: 

St. Aloysius, Cambridge School
3101 Dixie Highway
Hamilton, OH 45015
 

Work: 
(513) 869-4017
Fax: 
(513) 893-2364
Description: 

Kim is a Clinical Psychologist at St. Aloysius Orphanage in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her clinical training has focused on the area of trauma, and specifically child trauma. She trained in evidence-based practices such as TF-CBT, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy during her time working at the NCTSN Affiliate Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. The majority of her current caseload consists of trauma-focused cases such as child abuse, traumatic grief, and complex trauma.

Address: 

Laura Reagan LCSW-C Psychotherapy Services, LLC
645 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard, Suite 107
Severna Park, MD 21146

Work: 
(443)-510-1048
Description: 

Laura Reagan was a clinician on the Trauma-Adapted Family Connections grant with the University of Maryland School of Social Work from 2010-2011. She is now a psychotherapist in private practice in the Annapolis, Maryland area offering trauma-focused therapy services to children, adolescents and families.
 

Address: 

St. Louis County Family Court
501 S. Brentwood Blvd.
Clayton, MO 63105
 

Work: 
(314) 615-4498
Fax: 
(314) 615-4477
Description: 

Megan Schacht was the former Clinical Manager of the Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis. She now is the Manager of Family and Clinical Services at the St. Louis County Family Court and remains active with the NCTSN in areas related to juvenile justice and complex trauma.

The Safe Mothers Safe Children (SMSC), New York University Lagoon School of Medicine: Child Trauma Institute

Funding Period: 
[2007-2012]
Description: 

The Safe Mothers Safe Children (SMSC) initiative seeks to reduce the risk of repeat child maltreatment through a multi-pronged intervention that enhances the identification, case management, and treatment of mothers receiving preventive services for trauma-related disorders, particularly posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression. The intervention is designed to treat PTSD and depression and foster positive parenting as a means of reducing child maltreatment and enhancing maternal and child well-being. The treatment is delivered at partner agencies’ sites and consists of 23 sessions. In addition, the SMSC initiative aims to help preventive agencies identify traumatized mothers who are at risk for repeat maltreatment and/or foster care placement; improve access to mental health services for mothers at high risk; increase caseworker knowledge of trauma and its impact on parenting and child maltreatment; increase caseworkers’ knowledge of early childhood needs and resources; develop caseworkers’ engagement skills with traumatized clients; and improve preventive agency practice.

City, State: 
New York, NY
Contact: 
Roni Avinadav
Phone: 
(646) 754-4815
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