Christine Harnack, MA, LP, LMFT

Christine (Chris) Harnack is a Mental Health Professional, is the Director of Staff Training and Development at TSA and is a Supervisor in the Mental Health Services in Schools Program.  She has a Master’s Degree in Psychological Services and Counseling with a concentration in Adlerian Psychology from St. Mary’s University. Chris is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Licensed Psychologist, and is certified as a clinical supervisor by the Boards of Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Behavioral Health and Therapy.

Over 35 years, Chris has developed, managed and supervised mental health programs in outpatient, in-home, group home, residential treatment, and chemical dependency settings. Chris was Director of Volunteers of America Mental Health Clinics, of Hazelden Center for Youth and Families Counseling Clinic, and of Six West Boys Ranch treatment group home. She has special interest in working with children and adolescents struggling with ADHD and anxiety disorders, and also in behavioral health service quality improvement; helping organizations become trauma-informed and culturally sensitive. She serves on the Governor’s Subcommittee for Children’s Mental Health, is actively involved in the Strengthening Families Affected by Incarceration Collaborative and is an instructor for Youth Mental Health First Aid. Chris brings her rich professional experience to her role as Director of Staff and Services Development and also provides outpatient mental health services at TSA.