Amy has been a part of the UBHC team since 1999 in various roles, providing clinical services to youth and families, and training and consultation services to organizations. She began as an in-patient and acute treatment clinician working with children and adolescents in our in-patient, screening, and regional response units. She was the Middlesex County Traumatic Loss Coordinator from 2001-2006, and continues to provide training and consultation around suicide prevention and traumatic loss to schools and youth serving organizations throughout New Jersey. She has been a Training and Consultation Specialist with both University Correctional Health Care, serving the NJ Juvenile Justice Commission for nearly 15 years, as well as BRTI. Amy was one of the first IIC clinicians in Middlesex County, serving youth and families in the CSOC since 2003. As part of the CSOC TTA team, Amy provides training and consultation services related to suicide prevention, culture change, compassion fatigue, resiliency, ethics, trauma, and traumatic loss.