Nancy’s professional endeavors are mostly geared to support communities at large (to include the multicultural aspects involving Hispanics) through bio-psycho-social education, parenting, therapeutic work with couples at the verge of divorce, and families in danger of confronting dissolution as a result of domestic violence among other issues; parent/child relationship-reconstruction and healing; adolescents exhibiting defiant behavior. Her conflict studies training at Eastern Mennonite University, as well as her master’s degree in mental health and experience include group and individual therapy; family systems therapeutic work; anger management facilitation; assist individuals dealing with substance abuse and dependence; trauma work (in particular post-traumatic stress); crisis intervention; and conflict resolution and mediation facilitation, among other skills. She has worked closely with DSS/CPS and some of the local Community Services Boards, and is fully bilingual in English and Spanish with Cultural Competency strength.
- Envisioning the Future
- Alumni-in-Action: Danny Malec
- STAR at the grassroots: local transformation, national impact
- Trauma-Sensitive Development and Humanitarian Aid
- All Are Staying in the Holy Land: On Moving From Victimhood to Mutual Dignity
- Afghanistan Babu Ayindo Barry Hart Brian Gumm Carl Stauffer David Brubaker Elaine Zook Barge Fulbright Scholar Harrisonburg Howard Zehr Jayne Docherty John Paul Lederach Lisa Schirch Mennonite Central Committee PhD PhD candidate restorative justice Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience Summer Peacebuilding Institute USAID