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Credentials & Experience

  • Twenty-Seven Years of Experience Working in Child Welfare
  • Six Years as Program Director and Treatment Coordinator for the Nashua Children's Home, a Residential Treatment Setting in Southern, New Hampshire
  • Fifteen Years of Experience as a Workshop Presenter
  • First Place Award Recipient in the Albert Trieschman Literature Competition Open Category, 1991
  • Received Master of Social Work Degree in 1987 from Simmons College of Social Work
  • Consult and Provide Training to Numerous School Systems throughout New England, Primarily in Massachusetts
  • Consult and Provide Ongoing Training to Residential Programs throughout the Country
  • Author of The Gus Chronicles: Reflections from an Abused Kid
  • Author of The Gus Chronicles II: Reflections from a Kid Who Has Been Abused
  • Author of No Such Thing As a Bad Kid: Understanding and Responding to the Challenging Behavior of Troubled Children and Youth
  • Created the Successful Train the Trainer Seminar for Senior Residential Care Professionals, and Authored a 100-Plus Page Training Manual
  • Frequent Presenter at Regional and National Child Care Conferences
  • Provided the Keynote Address at the 2004 CWLA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

Listed below is a sampling of the Associations for whom Charlie has Conducted Workshops and/or Provided a Keynote Address:

  • American Association of Children's Residential Centers
  • Massachusetts Association of Ch766 Approved Private Schools
  • Minnesota Council of Child Caring Agencies
  • Rhode Island Council of Resource Providers to Children, Youth, and Families
  • Massachusetts School Counselors Association
  • Missouri Juvenile Justice Association
  • Coalition for Family and Children's Services in Iowa
 

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