Katelyn received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Northeastern University and a dual master’s degree in Forensic Psychology and Mental Health Counseling from Marymount University. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor. Currently Katelyn is the Manager of the Co-Response Training and Technical Assistance Center at Advocates. She is working to help replicate the Co-Response Jail Diversion model across the Commonwealth and co-facilitates MHFA trainings. Prior to this, Katelyn served as the Supervisor for the ASHH Co-Response Jail Diversion Program and additionally worked for four years as a Co-Response Clinician with the Framingham Police. Katelyn’s previous work experience includes residential behavioral management, supported housing case management, psychopharmacology research, and substance abuse/mental health treatment within the correctional setting.