The Trauma Resilience and Recovery Program focuses on patients’ emotional recovery after they have experienced a traumatic injury. Many patients experience symptoms of depression or anxiety after leaving the hospital for a serious injury. Our program provides education, screening, assessment, referrals, and mental health treatment or “talk-therapy” to support patients through the process of managing these symptoms and getting “back to normal” emotionally. We are primarily telehealth based, meaning you can access the majority of our services from anywhere, with a phone, tablet, or computer.
In addition to our services for patients, we also offer consultation to hospitals and trauma centers looking to provide trauma informed mental health resources to patients.
Kenneth Ruggiero, PhD
Tatiana Davidson, PhD
Dr. Ruggiero is Professor and Director of TRRP. He is a licensed clinical psychologist and oversees research operations.
Dr. Davidson is Associate Professor and Co-Director of TRRP. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and oversees supervisory and clinical operations.
Leigh Ridings, PhD
Associate Director of Child and Family Services
Dr. Ridings is a Postdoctoral Fellow with TRRP. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and supports research and clinical initiatives.
Jennifer Winkelmann, LPC-I
Ms. Winkelmann is the Progam Manager of TRRP and a licensed professional counselor. She leads the program data management and supports research initiatives.
Olivia Eilers, B.S.
Ms. Eilers is the Program Coordinator and Training Manager of TRRP. She coordinates patient care and trainings through the clinic. She also leads daily operations.
Margaret Anton, PhD
Dr. Anton is a Postdoctoral Fellow with TRRP. She is a clinical psychologist and supports research and clinical initiatives.
Meagan Mack, M.A.
Ms. Mack is a program coordinator with TRRP. She supports daily operations including screening, treatment, coordinating patient care, and research initiatives.