Affiliate Member Organizations and Individuals

Affiliate Member Organizations and Individuals
Address: 
Conradi Consulting
3547 Albatross Street
San Diego, CA 92103
Work: 
(760) 522-8780
Description: 

Lisa Conradi, PsyD is an independent consultant the owner/founder of Conradi Consulting, LLC, located in San Diego, CA. She has multiple years of experience in the field of child trauma and in supporting service systems in their efforts to become more trauma-informed. From 2006-2015 she was the Project Co-Director of the NCTSN Category II site at the Chadwick Center at Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego. During that time, she oversaw the development of the second edition of the "Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit" and multiple resources and materials designed to help systems become trauma-informed. From 2010-2012, she served as the Program Manager for the Breakthrough Series Collaborative on Using Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Practice to Improve Placement Stability under sub-contract with the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress at UCLA. She has authored and co-authored a variety of publications on trauma screening and assessment practices, creating trauma-informed systems and presented nationally on innovative practices designed to improve the service delivery system for children who have experienced trauma. Most recently, she served as the Director of Clinical Operations at the Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego. In this role, she oversaw all clinical programs at the Chadwick Center, a Child Advocacy Center and one of the largest trauma treatment centers in the nation. She was the co-chair of the Trauma Screening and Assessment subcommittee of the Child Welfare Committee of the NCTSN from 2012-2017 and is a member of multiple collaborative groups, including the Child Welfare Committee, the Implementation Task Force, the Trauma-Informed Organizational Assessment Workgroup, and the Assessment Coordinating Committee.

Lindsey Brown MA, LPCC (KY), LPC (WV), NCC

Address: 
Harmony/R.O.O.T.S.
1005 White Willow Way
Morgantown, WV 26505
Work: 
304-460-5123 ext. 1
Description: 

Lindsey Brown was formerly a Hope Initiative therapist at Mountain Comprehensive Care Center in Prestonsburg, KY. While there, she received several evidence based trainings specific to the treatment of trauma in children. She is now part of a private practice in West Virginia, and is focusing her NCTSN efforts not only on clinical treatment and training, but also on secondary traumatic stress.

Address: 
Children's Center State of Washington DSHS
33010 SE 99th Street MS: B17-41
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Work: 
425-831-2722
Description: 

Natalie Hale (Wilcox) was formerly a Staff Psychologist at the Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis. She now works at Echo Glen and remains involved with NCTSN activities focused on providing evidenced-based trauma treatment for youth who are involved in the Juvenile Justice System.

Rebecca J. Hubbard MS, LMFT

Address: 
Williamson County Children's Advocacy Center
1811 SE Inner Loop
Georgetown, TX 78626
Work: 
512-943-1972
Description: 

Rebecca J. Hubbard was formerly a clinician at Directions for Mental Health, Healing the Hurt, and at the Center for Child & Family Health. She is now a clinician at the Williamson County Children's Advocacy Center and has a private practice doing trauma-focused equine assisted psychotherapy. She remains involved with NCTSN activities focused on complex trauma and LGBTQ youth.

Address: 
Christine and Marc Rizzo Counseling
2407 Plantation Center Dr. Unit 103
Matthews, NC 28105
Work: 
704-591-6971
Description: 

Christine Kemp was part of a small group that formed the Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center (CTRAC) at Colorado State University, where she served as the Assistant Director for the first two years of the center. She now works in private practice with her husband, Marc, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Christine stays involved with NCTSN activities related to supporting helping professionals in recognizing and alleviating the impact of secondary-traumatic stress.

Betty Pfefferbaum, M.D., J.D.

Address: 
2517 Stratton Dr. Edmond,
Oklahoma 73013
Work: 
405-330-7821
Description: 

Betty Pfefferbaum was the former Director of the Terrorism and Disaster Center at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She is now retired but remains professionally active.

Address: 
Community & Trauma Counseling Program Philadelphia University
4201 Henry Avenue Hayward Hall 220
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Work: 
(215) 951-0924
Description: 

Stephen DiDonato was the former Program Manager of the Center for Pediatric Stress Center co-located at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Nemours Children's Health System. Stephen is now an Assistant Professor in the Community & Trauma Counseling Program. Stephen remains involved in NCTSN activities and is focused on increasing the infusion of child trauma curriculum within higher education health science programs.

Address: 
5769 Prospect Drive
Missoula, Montana 59808
Work: 
(406) 544-6694
Fax: 
(406) 543-3574
Description: 

From 2003-2016, Rick van den Pol served as Principal Investigator for the Category II National Native Children's Trauma Center. Rick currently provides post-retirement service for the University of Montana, and he works as a trauma consultant for S. Brite, Inc., an American Indian-owned firm with academic and real-world experience in economic development, public safety, healthcare, social services, and governance .

Address: 
72 John Street
Newport, RI 02840
Work: 
(401) 662 0254
Description: 

Susan Erstling was the Senior Vice President for Family Service of RI, Children's Treatment and Recovery Center, As the principal investigator of the NCTSN grant, she established numerous partnerships with police, military, child welfare, pediatric and multiple community organizations to provide trauma services and disseminate trauma informed care throughout RI.

Address: 

Aurora, CO

Description: 

Elena Khomitch worked as a program coordinator of the Trauma Informed Practice program at the Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect in Colorado. During her work at the Kempe Center she found NCTSN resources and the Network collaboration extremely valuable and she will continue to stay involved in trauma prevention and public awareness work as an individual affiliate.

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