Suggested APA style reference:Kim, J., Danylchuk, L., Rho, K., Shealy, K., & Thiel, C. (2007). Risk, prevention, and intervention: Getting a head start through therapeutic day treatment services in Head Start programs. Retrieved August 28, 2007, from Risk, Prevention, and Intervention:Getting a Head Start through TherapeuticDay Treatment Services in Head StartPrograms Josephine Kim Harvard Graduate School of EducationKim, Josephine M., Ph.D., LMHC, NCC, is a Lecturer on Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Massachusetts and a National Certified Counselor. Her clinical skills and experiences span many contexts including residential facilities, hospitals, agencies, clinics, and schools, and she has worked with varying multicultural populations through individual, group, and family counseling/therapy. Lisa DanylchukHarvard Graduate School of Education Danylchuk, Lisa E. Ed.M., is a graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Lisahas worked in a variety of residential treatment settings and currently works as a counselor for pregnant and parenting teens in Jamaica Plain, MA. Her current research focuses on the social and emotional development of under-privileged adolescents; in the future she hopes to study non-invasive methods of treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with this population. Kathy Rho
Harvard Graduate School of Education Rho, Kathy J., Ed.M., is an education specialist at the Center for Youth Development and Education, a division of Commonwealth Corporation. After teaching high school science in Houston, Texas, for several years, she received her master’s degree in Risk and Prevention at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her professional interest lies in strengthening school and community collaborations in their efforts to improve academic and social serviceaccess and support to youth and their families. Kristen ShealyHarvard Graduate School of Education Shealy, Kristen M., Ed.M., is currently a graduate student and teaching fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, works with low-income preschoolers in Boston, andacts as a consultant to The Bolivian Street Children Project serving formerly abandoned street children in South America. She will travel to Bolivia this summer to implement culturally-sensitive psychosocial and career development education activities with adolescents living in residential facilities in La Paz. Christa ThielHarvard Graduate School of EducationThiel, Christa E., Ed.M., is a graduate student in the Risk and Prevention Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has over eight years of experience working withyouth, as a counselor, teacher or mentor in the United States, South and Central America, and South Korea.