Pamela Mitterling  |  Research Associate & MST Expert

mitterlingPamela Mitterling, MEd, LISW, is a Research Associate and Multisystemic Therapy (MST) Expert 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.

Prior to this position, Pam served for 5 years as the site supervisor and program manager for the Stark County MST Program, located at the Crisis Intervention and Recovery Services Center. This site participated in a randomized clinical trial conducted by Jane Timmons-Mitchell, Ph.D, which was the first independent published replication study of MST with a juvenile delinquent population. Under Pam’s clinical supervision, this MST site was recognized by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) as one of the top ten juvenile justice programs in the nation.

This site also participated in the production of an MST video disseminated internationally for parents considering the program for their families. Pam also participated in the production of a videotape demonstrating the use of formal outcomes instruments (Ohio Scales) in clinical supervision that was disseminated statewide by the Ohio Department of Mental Health.

Pam’s previous work includes roles as MST therapist, crisis intervention and mental health officer, group therapist for adult male domestic violence offenders, and psychology assistant within a juvenile court. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in community counseling. She is also currently licensed as a registered nurse and works as a nursing supervisor for a local hospital system.

Pam resides in New London, Ohio, with her husband, Terin, and their children, Mikayla, Caden, Ashlyn, and Landon.

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