Dawn C. Staub, M.Ed., LPC, CTT, ALPS is a Senior Clinical Therapist with WVU Medicine and Adjunct Professor at West Virginia University teaching within the Addictions Counseling minor. She is a nationally certified Trauma Focused CBT therapist, and holds certifications in trauma therapy, compassion fatigue, tobacco cessation, and CBT for insomnia. For over 22 years of clinical practice, she has provided services in a variety of settings and has focused on ethical considerations specific to providing quality patient care. In her spare time, Dawn enjoys spending time with her husband, four children, and two grandchildren.
Kathleen Chiasson-Downs is the Lead Clinician for Addiction Services with the WVU Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry. She is also an Adjunct Instructor for the WVU Department of Counseling and Learning Sciences. Along with Dawn Staub, Kathleen will be giving our morning presentation on clinical and ethical issues in telehealth.
Veronica “Roni” Reynolds MSW, LCSW, FT is Vice President of Program Services/COO for Crittenton Services Inc. Her professional experience has been primarily in trauma and related issues and has worked with various populations. However, soon after joining Crittenton as a therapist in the Residential Treatment program in 2012, she realized adolescent females were her “people”. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family and openly admits that she is her grandsons’ minion.