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She has experience working with youth, the homeless, and individuals with chronic mental illness, substance abuse, and cognitive impairments.Trisha is currently employed at Thresholds mental health agency as a Community Support Specialist and provides case management and counseling to adults with chronic mental health issues.

She has been in the Social Service Field for over 13 years.She has also presented several workshops on other community-related issues.She has been a repeated presenter at Chicago's city College.She continues to explore ways to educate individuals on understanding self care, mental health and its impact on those in the social service field.Jeffrey Bulandais Assistant Professor of Social Worker at Aurora University.Amy Aalberts MSW Student Illinois State University School of Social Workis currently pursuing her MSW at Illinois State University with a focus in gerontology.

She earned her BSW from University of Northern Iowa in 1999 and has since worked in long term care and rehab facilities, as well as an adult day center and most recently in hospice. Altman JDPrograms and Policy Director, Health & Disability Advocates is programs and policy director at Health & Disability Advocates (HDA).

Wickstrom AM, LCSWDirector of DBT and Training, Timberline Knollsis a Licensed Clinical Social Worker trained extensively in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and other contextual therapy approaches.

At Timberline Knolls, Jancey oversees all DBT programming, ensuring its fidelity to the empirically based treatment.

Past work experience includes: Linden Oaks Psychiatric Hospital, The Association for Individual Development, Camelot Therapeutic Day School, and Opportunity House.

These experiences presented an array of client populations, which has provided her insight into barriers of seeking mental health services including stigma and trauma, which often complicates treatment.

A member of the team that developed a 4-hour mental health education program for recruits at the Chicago Police Academy, she also helped to develop the 40-hour Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training and the 40-hour Advanced Juvenile CIT training for experienced Chicago police officers and participates in the ongoing delivery of these trainings.