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Family Learning Program (FLP)

Teams & Therapists

Our therapists have come from all over the U.S. and even from other countries to study in this unique training program. They often have had experience with the issues of child abuse and neglect even before coming to Florida Tech.

Providing therapy and evaluation for these families requires specialized training. Our therapists are all working toward a doctoral degree in the Clinical Psy.D. program at Florida Tech, and most have master's degrees. They have had special training in dealing with issues of sexual abuse and/or dependency evaluations. They are sensitive to the needs of each child victim and family members impacted by child abuse and neglect.  

Dependency Evaluation Team (DET), Sexual Abuse Treatment Program (SATP), and Integrated Child and Family Trauma Program (ICFTP)

 

 

Director: Family Learning Program - Dependency Evaluation Team, Sexual Abuse Treatment Program and Integrated Child and Family Trauma Program
Dr. Mari B. Bennett, Licensed Psychologist

FLP Sexual Abuse Treatment Program

FLP Administration

Director and Clinical Superviser: Dr. Mari B. Bennett, Licensed Psychologist

Team Leader: Cayleigh Reeder

Training Coordinator: Courtney Kalmanson

Research Team Lead, QA and ARL Database Coordinator: Audryn Andreoli

Outreach, Community Relations and Donations:  Erika Pobee-Mensah and Katie Glauner

Termination Checkers: Cayleigh Reeder

Secretary and Recruiter: Katie Connor

Fun Chairs:  Morgan Davies and Marian Amundsen

FLP SATP therapists

Non-Offending Caregiver (NOC) therapists: John Rucker and Audryn Andreoli

Teen therapists: Courtney Kalmanson, Cayleigh Reeder and Alyssa Barsky

Pre-Teen therapists: Katie Glauner, Morgan Davies, Marian Amundsen and Ashleigh Schenck

Sibling therapists: Erika Pobee-Mensah and Sarah Sebban

Young Child therapists (6-9 years): Erika Pobee-Mensah and Sarah Sebban

Young Child therapists (3-5 years): Erika Pobee-Mensah and Sarah Sebban

FLP Graduate Volunteers

  • Shelby Gregson
  • Kimerly Foley
  • Micaela Magee
  • Rachel Davenport

FLP Undergraduate Volunteers

  • Carlina Rizzo
  • Alice Shepard

Safety Planning

Safety planning is such an important part of the Family Learning Program that we have one clinician dedicated entirely to ensuring each family has a thorough and updated safety plan to implement in their home. Safety plans include ways of behaving at home which can help to prevent revictimization.