Mindy Kronenberg was the former site coordinator for the LSUHSC Early Trauma Treatment Network site and training coordinator of the Louisiana Rural Trauma Services Center. Dr. Kronenberg remains involved in the Zero to Six and Schools Workgroups and is a Child Parent Psychotherapy trainer. She is currently working in Memphis, TN and collaborating with local agencies to increase access to infant mental health and trauma services.
Carrie Epstein was formerly senior director of the Safe Horizon Center for Child Innovation in Brooklyn, NY. Currently she is in private practice. She is also a faculty member at Yale where she will continue to adapt and disseminate the Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention, the early intervention/secondary prevention model for children exposed to potentially traumatic events.
Jim Van Den Brandt is the former clinical area manager of Integrated Services and director of Adolescent Trauma Treatment at the Mental Health Center of Dane County in Madison, WI. Jim has contributed to the development of numerous Network products, provided training and leadership on the adoption and implementation of evidence-based practices, and helped various systems become more trauma-focused and evidence-based. Jim is currently the mental health services manager for Group Health Cooperative in Madison, WI and he remains involved with a variety of Network activities and product development efforts.
Jeffrey Wherry was CEO of Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis. He now is the Rockwell Professor of Human Development and Family Studies and director of the Institute for Child and Family Studies at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. Dr. Wherry focuses on outreach and research related to child abuse and domestic violence.
Ann Kelley is the former director of Healing the Hurt. She is now the Director of Residential Services for Omni Visions and incorporates her expertise in child trauma in the agency's assessment, treatment, and training and foster care activities.
Donna Humbert was project director of the Trauma Intervention Center for Children & Adolescents in Nashville, Tennessee. She is now clinical director at Nashville's TASK Center, a residential treatment center for adolescent males who have had minor legal charges or are unable to live at home. She focuses on strengthening evidence-based services for adolescents and their families.
Robert Lee was executive director of the Oklahoma Youth Center in Oklahoma City, the only freestanding, state-operated child psychiatric inpatient facility to participate in the NCTSN. He is currently working in an outpatient setting and advocating for the inclusion of trauma-sensitive assessments and treatment with children and adults.
Katie Morris Henson was with the Oklahoma Child Traumatic Stress Treatment Collaborative in Tulsa, serving as program director for the Child/Adolescent Residential Care site, and as the trauma specialist for the state's Transformation State Incentive Grant projects. She is currently director of Youth & Family Services for NAIC, an outpatient behavioral health services agency in Norman, Oklahoma.
Marla Himmeger initially participated in NCTSN activities through the Cullen Center in Toledo, Ohio. She has been involved in organizing Ohio's Childhood Trauma Task Force and continues to participate in NCTSN activities.