Rebecca Brown, LCSW, is the Clinical Manager for the
Department of Clinical Innovation at Maine Behavioral Healthcare. In her
current position, Rebecca oversees the implementation of evidence-based trauma
treatments and interventions locally and throughout the State of Maine. She has
extensive experience and training in the treatment of childhood trauma and
traumatic stress and trains others regularly on topics related to trauma. She
has also worked as an outreach and assessment coordinator at a Community
Counseling Center, and as a clinician at Providence Service Corps.
In her spare time she enjoys the outdoors and is a pet
National Child Traumatic Stress Network
National Child Traumatic Stress Network, Domestic Violence
Collaborative Group (2010) [on behalf of Rebecca Brown, LCSW and Faye Luppi,
JD]. “Domestic violence and children: Questions and answers for domestic
violence project advocates.” Los Angeles, CA and Durham, NC: National Center
for Child Traumatic Stress.
Groves, B., Berkman, M., Brown, R., and Reyes, E. (2014). “Children and domestic violence.”
National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Available at: www.nctsn.org
Puccia, E., Brown, R.
S., Gwynne, P., Hirsh, A., Hoffmann-Frances, R., Morrison, E., and Redding,
T. (2012). “Using community outreach and evidenced-based treatment to address
domestic violence issues.” Social Work and Mental Health, 10:2, 104-126.
Certified Facilitator in the NCTSN's Core Curriculum on
Childhood Trauma- utilizing Problem Based Learning (PBL) approaches in social
Excursions/Trips with Students or for Academic Research
Ongoing research with Maine Medical Center on the impact of
natural disaster on mental health in rural Nepal.