Affiliated NCTSN Professionals

Below is a roster of affiliated NCTSN professionals. These individuals have previously been associated with a funded organizational NCTSN partner site and have expressed an interest in remaining connected to and active with the Network. As the status of organizational sites changes and as individuals make career moves, this list will change.
Address: 

5583 Murray Road
Memphis, TN 38119

Work: 
(504) 343-5476
Description: 

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.

Address: 

Portland, OR

Email: 
Description: 

Mollie Marr was the Evaluation Coordinator for the NYC initiative Creating Trauma-Informed Care in Juvenile Secure Detention. She is currently pursuing an MD/PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience at Oregon Health and Science University and is interested in neurosceince of PTSD, trauma in juvenile justice and child welfare settings, and advocacy and policy.

Address: 
2229 Terranova Ct.
Lexington, KY 40513

 

Work: 
(567) 868-9606
Description: 

Monique Marrow is a clinical psychologist and currently a juvenile justice consultant for the Center for Trauma Recovery and Juvenile Justice at the University of Connecticut Health Center. She is the former deputy director of Treatment and Rehabilitation Services for the Ohio Department of Youth Services, and was the previous project director of the Toledo Children’s Hospital Cullen Center. Dr. Marrow serves as affiliate representative to the NCTSN Steering Committee, co-chair of the NCTSN Juvenile Justice Treatment Committee, and the affiliate Advisory Committee, as well as the Justice Consortium and Community Violence committees for NCTSN. Dr. Marrow is co- Author of the NCTSN Toolkit Think Trauma: A Training for Staff in JJ and Residential Settings. Her primary interest is helping juvenile justice and child welfare systems to become more trauma informed through a process of organizational assessment, planning, youth education, and staff training.

Address: 
Delaware Office of Early Learning
800 North French Street, Fifth Floor
Wilmington, DE 19801
Work: 
(302) 781-3211
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.

Address: 

Center for Forensic Psychiatry
8303 Platt Road
Saline, MI 48176

Work: 
(734) 295-4806
Fax: 
(734) 429-3734
Description: 

Nicole Taylor Kletzka was project manager for the Chadwick Center at Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego, California. Dr. Kletzka now works at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry in Saline, Michigan, and remains involved in NCTSN activities focused on the child welfare system and court involvement. She is currently the DBT Coordinator for the Center for Forensic Psychiatry and is training staff on

Address: 
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
222 Merchandise Mark Plaza, Suite 1351
Chicago, IL 60654
Work: 
(312) 379-1682
Fax: 
(312) 467-0130
Description: 

Nicole Tefera is an individual affiliate member and currently works at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

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: 

Rubi Therapy & Consultation Services P.O. Box 45-1035
Miami, FL 33245

Work: 
786-779-5789
Description: 

Ricardo A. Rubiales, LCSW is nationally certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and is an approved TF-CBT trainer, having completed the Train-the-Trainer, -Supervisor, and -Consultant programs with the developers of this evidence based treatment model. He is also trained and experienced in Problematic Sexual Behavior (PSB-) CBT, working with victims of human trafficking/CSEC, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MB-CT), and Play Therapy, as well as other populations and modalities. Ricardo is the former Clinical Director at Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services, which provides respite shelter and community based services for youth in crisis, homeless, or in the dependency system; and former Clinical Supervisor at Kristi House, a non-profit agency and child advocacy center that serves victims of abuse and their non-offending caregivers. Ricardo currently provides therapy, licensure supervision, and TF-CBT training and consultation through his part-time private practice, Rubi Therapy & Consultation Services, while continuing to work and collaborate with local community, non-profit, and child welfare organizations and professionals serving at risk youth and their families.
 

Address: 

1120 Glenwood Court
Columbia, SC 29204
richardkagan7@gmail.com
 

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.