Christine Reynolds, LCSW is a faculty member of the Ackerman Institute and a founding faculty member of the Institute’s Center for the Developing Child and Family where she consults and provides training on working with families with young children.
Ms. Reynolds has over 20 years of postgraduate clinical and consulting experience in child welfare, home based family therapy, community mental health, early childhood, and private practice in both rural and urban environments. She has developed a model of supervision called Reflective Group Supervision. This model has been selected as a Frontiers of Innovation portfolio project at Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child. She has consulted nationally on reflective group supervision with large and small agencies on how to build staff’s capacities and reflective function in their work with families. Additionally, Ms. Reynolds maintains a private practice in Manhattan specializing in families, couples and children.