Jamine L. Leslie, MSW, LISW-CP is co-owner of Post Trauma Resources.  She is the practice manager, coordinating all administrative and financial functions of the clinic. She is a graduate of Furman University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of South Carolina. Her clinical work focuses on children and women's issues. Prior to joining the staff of Post Trauma Resources, she served as director of clinical services for a regional sexual assault center and has provided training for professionals working with this population on local, state and national levels. Her background also includes extensive work with children in foster care and school-based intervention.

Todd Hanson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of South Carolina.   Since 1991, Todd has worked with individuals, couples and families in a variety of clinical settings, including a residential treatment facility for boys, a psychiatric hospital, two juvenile prisons and a number of clinical outpatient settings.  He specializes in the following areas:  Couples/marital, family/blended family issues, anxiety/panic attacks, depression, spiritual, child/adolescent and parenting issues.  He earned his Masters of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA in 1997.  Todd has been a Clinical Member with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy since 1999.  He served as the membership committee chair/co-chair for the South Carolina Association for Marriage and Family Therapy from 2001 through 2005.  Todd is married, has three children and is active in his church. 

Nicholas A. Lind, PsyD is co-owner and a clinical psychologist.  Dr. Lind served five years in the US military, in which he oversaw the mental health services and suicide prevention program at Shaw Air Force Base. He received his Masters and Doctorate from Indiana State University and completed his internship at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. He completed advanced training in neuropsychology in 2010 and his work at Post Trauma Resources includes neuropsychological evaluations, fitness for duty evaluations, independent medical examinations, treatment planning and individual therapy.  He integrates outcome measures into his interventions and provides consultation to the Post Trauma Resources staff regarding psychological and outcome testing.

Lisa Southworth, M.Ed., LPC  was originally trained as a teacher for students with disabilities and continues to have a strong interest in children’s issues.  Her clinical work not only includes children but adults and focuses on survivors of sexual assault, incest and trauma. Ms. Southworth is a member of the Richland County Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) and has volunteered with the SC Foster Care Review Board since 2001.

Andrea Bradley, Ed.S., LPC joined the staff of Post Trauma Resources in August 2009.  She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina, holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and an Educational Specialist degree in Counselor Education.  Mrs. Bradley’s clinical experience includes working with individuals, children and families in a variety of settings such as community mental health, law enforcement and a local children’s home.  She specializes in providing therapeutic intervention services to children and families and to those impacted by trauma and abuse.  Mrs. Bradley also participates in providing critical incident and crisis intervention services at both the local and national levels and acts as Post Trauma Resources’ agency representative on the Richland County Sexual Assault Response Team.

Lauren Rosinski, MSW, LISW-CP received her undergraduate degree from Coastal Carolina University with a B.S. in Psychology and her Masters in Social Work from the University of South Carolina. She has completed specialized training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), via Project Best.  Lauren has a wide-range of experience working with children exposed to sexual abuse and domestic violence, women exposed to domestic violence and children with disabilities and special needs, primarily autism.

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Jennifer Gerber, LPC-S, RPT graduated from the University of South Carolina with an EdS in Marriage and Family Therapy. Since 2005, Jennifer has worked with families referred by the Department of Juvenile Justice, young children and their families as a clinic based therapist, and as a supervisor for the DSS Program at Lexington County Community Mental Health Center, and specializes primarily in young children who have experienced trauma.  Jennifer is a Registered Play Therapist, and is trained in Child Centered Play Therapy (young children 3-8) to treat preschool and young children who have experienced difficult life changes, grief and loss and/or trauma. Jennifer assists children and families with behavioral challenges as well, and is trained in Parent Child Interaction Therapy, Filial Therapy and Theraplay, a treatment that addresses Developmental Trauma (attachment) in young children.  In addition, Jennifer is also a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor.

Colleen Corbin, LISW-CP is a graduate of Columbia College where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work degree. Colleen completed the Advanced Standing Program at the University of South Carolina and received her Master of Social Work degree. Colleen is a Licensed Independent Social Worker – Clinical Practitioner. Since 2010, she has provided direct clinical practice in the child welfare field. Colleen specializes in providing treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults who have experienced abuse and other forms of trauma. She is a trained forensic interviewer and a rostered Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist. In addition to trauma work, Colleen’s skills include treatment services for grief and loss, anxiety, depression, behavioral interventions and parenting. 

Ashley King, LPC, NCC received her undergraduate degree from the College of Charleston with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and her Masters in Counseling from Webster University.

Ashley’s clinical background includes working with children, adults, and families in a variety of settings such as: in-home therapy for children with austism; theraperutic foster care providers; and the SC Department of Mental Health treating children & adults with severe mental illnesses. Ashley is trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. In addition to trauma work, Ashley’s skills include the treatment of depression, anxiety, and phase of life challenges in adolescents and young adults.

Alisa E. Weese, MA, LPC, LAC, NCC, CCMHC received her undergraduate degree from Columbia College in Psychology and her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from South University.  Alisa’s clinical background includes working with children, adolescents and adults in a variety of settings which have included SC Dept. of Mental Health.   Alisa loves what she does as she works with individuals who have experienced trauma, loss, grief, anxiety and depression.   Alisa’s clinical skills include CBT, DBT, Mindfulness and Expressive Art. 

Amy Lutz, LMSW, is the Program Director for our Family Life and Officer Wellness (FLOW) program for first responders.  Amy brings the wisdom of a 13-year law enforcement career and specialized service to include undercover narcotics, internal affairs, larceny investigations, Special Victims Unit investigations, and team leader for the hostage negotiations and special response teams.  She was awarded the 2011 Medal of Valor and earned competitive swimming medals while representing her department in the 2009 and 2011 World Police and Fire Games. In 2012, she was one of eight officers chosen to participate in SEALFIT, a 50-hour test of physical and mental endurance.  Being married to a law enforcement officer has also given her firsthand knowledge of the difficulty of balancing career and family in the face of shift work, conflicting schedules, and cumulative job stressors. She appreciates the importance of self-care and moving beyond law enforcement’s culture of silence in order to remain healthy and productive in the public safety career field.