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Judy R Nelson, M.S.S., L.C.S.W, Fulbright Scholar in Conflict Resolution, C.P.






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JUDY NELSON, MSS, LCSW, CP

118 South 21 St. Apt. 406
Philadelphia, PA 19103
267-769-4349
judynelson2@gmail.com

PROFILE
International expert and Fulbright Specialist in Conflict Resolution and Peaceful Practices, with more than 20 years experience in social service management, assessment, development, and evaluation of innovative, award-winning programming for youth, teens, families, staff, clinical and non-clinical professionals. Developer of Strength-Based (Trauma-Informed) Leadership Programs. Expertise includes:

• Workshop Presenter • Train-the-Trainer • Strategic Planner • Media Commentator
• Needs Assessment • Resource Development • Leadership Training • Trauma-Informed Practices • Student and Professional Clinical Supervision


EXPERIENCE
City Of Philadelphia, Department of Parks and Recreation, Philadelphia, PA 1997-Present
Director, Strength-Based (Trauma-Informed) Leadership Programs
Director, Conflict Resolution Theatre/Improv Institute 1993-2001
www.phila.gov/ParksandRecreation/programsandactivities/specialtyprog/Pages/SBTILP.aspx
Researched, designed, trained, implemented, managed and evaluated a series of award-winning Trauma-Informed interactive programs, workshops and performances for children, youth, teens, adults and professionals. Building on participants’ strengths, the programs use visual, performing and culinary arts, mindfulness, cognitive models, role-play, sociometry, discussion, writing and interactive exercises to build positive transformation and resiliency
• Assess and develop transition/change management programs, such as supporting anti-violence initiatives throughout Philadelphia
• Created the first Teen Leadership Train-the-Trainer Program rated excellent by program participants and resulting in an 83% -100% retention rate and 100% successful graduation rates / successful transition to secondary, military and college
• Led city-wide “Teen Forum” that collaboratively identified youth development goals and future strategic missions, resulting in more relevant programming
• Served as expert in conflict resolution and Trauma-Informed Practices for other departments in the City of Philadelphia and partner organizations
• Lead on PPR’s first Work Force




Primary Address

118 South 21st Street, Apt 406
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Cell Phone: 2677694349

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