Tina has worked with children and families in a variety of settings since 2007, including nonprofit programs, and legal and social services. Tina has advocated on a range of issues such as trauma, social-emotional interventions, special education, child custody, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, divorce, adjustment difficulties, and child behavior challenges. She has a strong background in early childhood development and extensive training in trauma-informed advocacy and care.

As a staff clinician, Tina provides therapeutic services to address child-parent relationship difficulties, behavioral problems, and issues with childhood anxiety, depression, trauma, and parental separation and divorce. Tina has experience working with diverse families and also offers mindfulness techniques as part of her treatment approach.

Tina has a master’s degree in child development from Erikson Institute and a master’s in clinical social work from Loyola University Chicago.