Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: 724-825-2124
Jodie Tingle-Willis, LCSW, (email@example.com) has over 20 years of experience collaborating with children and families impacted by trauma in residential treatment settings as a clinician and director of programs. Tingle-Willis received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Spalding University, and her Master of Science in Social Work with a specialization in School Social Work from the University of Louisville. Today, she consults with social service agencies that desire a greater awareness of, and success in supporting their employees in the area of Vicarious Tramatization. She is also the owner of Supreme Peace Yoga in Louisville, KY, and enjoys blending her skill sets to help students manage stress, anxiety, and depression.
Marissa Lammlin, LCSW, is a School Social Worker in the Newington, CT Public School District. She is the former Clinical Coordinator at Raymond Hill School of Klingberg Family Centers, a therapeutically-oriented school serving students K-12. In her 13 years at Klingberg, Marissa also served as a Program Coordinator for Residential Services and as a psychotherapist on the former Adolescent Girls Unit. She received her social work degree from the University of Connecticut School of Social Work.
Aaron Radden, LMFT, is a Program Director for Community Health Resource’s Grant House Therapeutic Group home in Coventry, CT. He is also a therapist for Cultivating Change Counseling Services. Aaron is a former clinician at Klingberg Family Centers’ CATS Program, which serves youth and families who have experienced abuse and neglect. He received his Marriage and Family Therapy degree from Central Connecticut State University in 2016.
Marji Vitali, Psy.D., is in private practice in Canton, CT. She is the former Clinical Director of the Bridge Family Center and has over 17 years of experience working with at-risk youth and families. She holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her work experience includes a focus on trauma treatment in outpatient clinics, and she also both established and was the Program Director of a therapeutic group home for girls involved in the juvenile justice system. She is an adjunct faculty member at the Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology at the University of Hartford and has also served on the Connecticut Coalition Against Human Trafficking.