Expertise: Child and Adolescent Development
Experience counseling on a variety of childhood, adolescent, and emerging adulthood development issues. Study of resilience in traumatized children and adolescents, victimization, and no talk therapy. Consulting experience with schools, mental health facilities, hospitals, and social service agencies.
Dr. Martha Straus is a clinical psychologist, an author of four books and numerous articles, and an international speaker. Her specialization is child and adolescent development and mental health concerns, attachment, trauma, custody, and parenting.
Understanding of typical and atypical development throughout childhood and adolescence.
Dr. Kathi Borden is chair of Antioch University New England's Department of Clinical Psychology and has twenty-five years of teaching experience in university psychology programs. Prior to joining Antioch New England's faculty, Dr. Borden was professor of psychology and director of the PsyD program at Pepperdine University. She is a past president of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology and serves on the editorial boards of Professional Psychology: Research and Practice and Training and Education in Professional Psychology. She is also a site visit chair and program consultant for the American Psychological Association and consults with programs across the country on program development and accreditation issues.