Patricia Wilcox, LCSW is the Vice President of Strategic Development at Klingberg Family Centers in New Britain, Connecticut and also part of the Traumatic Stress Institute team. Her career in child and family treatment has included the state child welfare system, the Superior Court, private practice and Newington Children’s Hospital Day Treatment. At Klingberg she has been a clinician and the Clinical Director before obtaining her current position in 2005. She specializes in treatment of traumatized children and their families and has presented extensively on this topic. She is the creator of the Restorative Approach, a trauma and relationship-based approach to congregate care treatment of children, and its companion book, Trauma-Informed Treatment: the Restorative Approach. She has presented at NASW, the International Conference on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma; The American Association of Children’s Residential Centers; the Alliance for Children and Families; The Child Welfare League of America; and the Black Administrators on Child Welfare. Email: email@example.com
Steve Brown, Psy.D., is the Director of the Traumatic Stress Institute of Klingberg Family Centers. A clinical psychologist, he is a primary architect of TSI’s internationally-recognized whole-system change process to trauma-informed care. He is a co-creator, with Dr. Courtney Baker, of the Attitudes Related to Trauma-Informed Care (ARTIC) Scale, one of the first psychometric measures of TIC. He trains professionals nationally on psychological trauma and trauma-informed care. In addition to being a psychologist, he is a long time sexuality educator/trainer and author of Streetwise to Sex-Wise: Sexuality Education for High Risk Youth, a sexuality education curricula used internationally by agencies and schools serving high-risk youth.
Mary Jo Harwood, LSW, DNCCM, is a Program Coordinator for the Traumatic Stress Institute of Klingberg Family Centers. A significant part of her 30 years as a licensed social worker has been spent supporting the recovery of individuals and communities post-traumatic incidents. She has provided trauma-informed leadership to victim service organizations, mental health providers, and served in the capacity of a therapist, EMDR practitioner, crisis responder, and trainer. Mary Jo directed the Dialogue and Resolution Center, a division of the Center for Victims in Pittsburgh, PA, providing training and coaching that addressed building conflict-competent teams in organizations. She is a member of Mediators Beyond Borders International and has worked in Liberia and South Sudan and consulted with teams in Northern Nigeria and Kenya to address the intersection of trauma and peace-building through the application of conflict and trauma-sensitive programming. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Engel is a Program Coordinator for the Traumatic Stress Institute of Klingberg Family Centers where he serves as a trainer and consultant for client agencies adopting whole system change to trauma-informed care and facilitates strategic change initiatives within TSI. Additionally, John is the Executive Director of MERGE for Equality, which promotes healthy masculinity and male engagement in gender equality, and is a Writer, authoring ‘The Fatherhood Journey’, a monthly column in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, with 80 columns and counting. Email: email@example.com
Chris Greene is the Administrative Assistant for the Traumatic Stress Institute of Klingberg Family Centers. She has served in both administrative and management capacities for Planned Parenthood and Antarctic Support Associates, has experience working in direct care and social work settings, as well as event management and mentoring of girls as a volunteer for Girl Scouts. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Callie Hardin is a Research Coordinator for the Traumatic Stress Institute of Klingberg Family Centers. She assists within the TSI Research Division and coordinates Risking Connection Program Evaluations for Client Agencies. E-mail: email@example.com