Child Saving Institute Promotes Jana Habrock, Joanna Halbur, and Diana Shaw
Child Saving Institute (CSI) (childsaving.org) has promoted Jana Habrock, Joanna Halbur, and Diana Shaw to newly-created positions and reorganized the management structure for several programs.
Habrock, director of early childhood mental health, has worked at CSI for 25 years and manages the KidSquad and Pediatric Social Work programs. In her new position as director of prevention services, she will also manage the School and Family Enrichment (SAFE) program and the Teen & Young Parent Program. Habrock earned her bachelor’s degree in family studies from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and her master’s certificate in infant toddler mental health from Portland State University.
Halbur, clinical supervisor for the therapy program, received a promotion to director of mental health services, a newly created position. Halbur will manage mental health therapy programming, pregnancy counseling, and relinquishment counseling. She has worked at CSI since 2011. Halbur earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Creighton University and her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology.
Shaw, a KidSquad therapist, has worked at CSI since 2009. She received a promotion to KidSquad supervisor and will oversee a team of five KidSquad therapists and consultants. Shaw earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Hendrix College and her master’s degree in community counseling from Murray State University. She is a licensed mental health practitioner and a registered play therapist.
Child Saving Institute (CSI) offers 14 programs and services to serve children and families in the Omaha metropolitan area. Find out more about the organization at childsaving.org.