Maureen Kishna  |  MST Expert Consultant & Program Developer

Maureen Kishna, MSSA, LISW-S, is an MST Expert Consultant and Program Developer with the Center for Innovative Practices at the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU)’s Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.

 Maureen has worked for the last 17 years within the Multisytemic Therapy Program (MST).  She has been a therapist, supervisor, consultant, and program developer in this model. Additionally, Maureen is a certified cognitive therapist and school social worker. Prior to MST, Maureen worked in a wide array of settings locally and internationally including in a residential treatment center, community youth centers, a family planning clinic, schools, and in a community-based respite program for adolescent boys with severe emotional and behavioral challenges.

In addition to supporting her work with MST and the agency staff, Maureen works diligently to inform the public about MST and its benefits to the family and community. She recently presented at the 2017 Ohio Behavioral Health Conference regarding MST and published a white paper for MST Services, Inc. regarding Combatting Racial Disparity in the Juvenile Justice System using MST.

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