Title: Marrow, Monique
Url: http://www.nctsnet.org/about-us/affiliated-members?page=2
Creator: Marrow, Monique
Source: Marrow, Monique

Description: Monique Marrow, Ph.D. holds a doctorate Degree in Child Clinical Psychology from The Ohio State
University. She currently serves as a psychologist for the State of Nebraska Department of Health and
Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities. She also currently serves as a Juvenile Justice
consultant for the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) and co-project director for the
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital child trauma grant which focuses on developing and disseminating training
and trauma focused interventions for youth in the Juvenile Justice system. In 2010, Dr. Marrow was
appointed to NCTSN’s National Steering Committee and has served several years on the Affiliate Advisory Board and as co-chair of the Juvenile Justice Trauma Treatment Training Committee for NCTSN.
Dr. Marrow’s entire career has been spent in the area of Juvenile Justice and the treatment of traumatic
stress. From 2008 – 2011, Dr. Marrow was the Project Director for the Toledo Children’s Hospital Cullen
Center, a SAMHSA funded community mental health agency developed to service children, youth and
families suffering the effects of traumatic stress. From 1998 – 2005, Dr. Marrow served as psychology
supervisor for the Ohio Department of Youth Services (ODYS) Intensive Mental Health program. Between
2005 and 2008 she served as the Deputy Director of Treatment and Rehabilitation Services for the
Department where she was responsible for the Bureaus of Behavioral Health Services, Sex Offender
Programming, Medical Services and Education. She became interested in the area of traumatic stress after
many years of work with severely traumatized youth who had been committed to the Department who did
not seem to be responsive to more traditional treatment methods. In 2005, she initiated the Department’s
first trauma focused intervention program designed to provide training to staff, treatment programming for
youth and modifications to environments, policies and practices to ensure they were consistent with trauma
focused practice in a juvenile justice agency. As a result of this experience and her ongoing interest in
transforming juvenile justice practice, she trains and speaks nationally on the topic of trauma informed care in juvenile justice settings. Dr. Marrow is the proud mother of 4 daughters and a son ranging in age from 10 – 21 and the proud wife of Vincent Marrow who continually supports her in the work that she has done over the years.

Classification: Child traumatic stress
Interventions -- Hospitalization/residential treatment
Populations -- Children -- Infants and toddlers (0-5 years)
Populations -- Youth in the juvenile justice system
Management topic: Training
Populations -- Parents/family members
Date Issued: 2011-05-23
Language: English
Audience: Juv. just./family court professionals
Mental health professionals
Resource Type: Person
NCTSN individual affiliate
Email Address: Monique.marrow@nebraska.gov
 


Help

|   NCTSN © 2001-2009 Internet Scout Project   |   Comments, Suggestions, Feedback? Use our feedback form.   |