Lawrence H. Bergmann, PhD, LPC/S, CTS is the Founder of Post Trauma Resources. His career with survivors of trauma began with Vietnam veterans in the late 1970’s. Since that time, he has provided psychotherapy to hundreds of trauma survivors and their families and has worked with business, industry and the public sector to coordinate and provide trauma response efforts after natural, industrial and manmade disasters. Dr. Bergmann coordinates the clinical, trauma response and training efforts of Post Trauma Resources. He has received the Humanitarian Award from the South Carolina Victims Assistance Network and was appointed the State Office of Victims Assistance Advisory Counsel by Governor Jim Hodges. Most recently, he has been working with the Jefferson Institute of Justice Studies and the Office of Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice to develop responses to mass criminal victimization such as the Columbine High School shooting and the Oklahoma City bombing.


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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THE POST TRAUMA RESOURCES CLINICAL STAFF

Jennifer Gerber, EdS, LPC has worked as a middle school Special Education teacher and has worked with young children, teenagers and their parents throughout her career. Jennifer graduated from the University of South Carolina with an EdS in Marriage and Family Therapy. Since 2005, she has worked with teenagers and families referred by the Department of Juvenile Justice, young children and their families in a clinic based system, and as a supervisor for the DSS Program at Lexington County Community Mental Health Center. Jennifer has specialized training in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Play Therapy, and family systems techniques. She specializes in trauma and abuse issues, anxiety, depression, family therapy, and traumatic grief and loss.

Meredith Koss, MSW, LISW-CP received her BSW from Columbia College in 1999 and went on to obtain her Master’s in Social Work from The University of South Carolina in 2002. Meredith has experience in working with youth with developmental disabilities and started out at Pine Grove, Inc, a group home for children with Autism. She went on to expand her work with families and was with Lexington Community Mental Health Center for eight years. While there, Meredith found that helping parents work through past hurts and building their own coping skills, the entire family benefited.  Since 2012, Meredith has been providing therapy to adults and children in the private sector. She joined Post Trauma Resources in May of 2015 and specializes in trauma therapy with teens and adults. Meredith is trained in both Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy.  In addition to trauma work, Meredith’s skills include the treatment of grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and family of origin issues.

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.