Adriana Rodriguez, LCSW, is the Director of Special Programs at Jericho Project, a non-profit agency that provides housing, employment, family services and case management services to more than 1,000 New Yorkers, families, and veterans. She received her Master’s from the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work and her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Southern Connecticut State University. Prior to her work at Jericho Project, she was the Coordinator of the Home Again: Veterans and Family Initiative and a Master Trainer for Martha K. Selig’s Educational Institute of Jewish Board Family Children Services. Ms. Rodriguez was also a research clinician at the Trauma and Addiction Project, and she specializes in Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Seeking Safety, relapse prevention techniques, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. She has experience working with veterans, individuals with severe mental illness, trauma, and co-occurring disorders. She is currently responsible for program development, training, direct service, and supervision of Special Programs at Jericho Project.