D. Christopher White, M.S.W., Founder
Therapeutic Placement Specialist and Consultant
In 2001, Chris introduced the St. Louis region to specialized therapeutic consulting and created Cornerstone Therapeutic and Educational Consulting, L.L.C. His goal to this day remains providing responsible, therapeutic and educational placement options and ongoing support to families in crisis, as an alternative to traditional out-patient therapy parents deemed ineffective. Over the past 22 years Chris has maintained the most respected consulting practice in the St. Louis community and region, while creating a national reputation as a leader in his field as recognized by peers, mental health professionals, and treatment programs across the nation.
Chris holds a Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, and a B.A. in Psychology from Bethany College. At Washington University, Chris’ concentration was Children and Youth with a Specialization in Family Therapy. Chris has been working with adolescents and families since 1993. Prior to starting Cornerstone, Chris served as therapist and social worker for a day-school treatment and residential program in St. Louis, MO. Additionally, Chris practiced at a behavioral health hospital, also in St. Louis working with children and adults. His experience includes individual, group and family therapy in acute in-patient and outpatient settings, as well as day-school and long-term residential settings. His areas of focus include ADD/ADHD, depression, substance abuse, spectrum disorders, behavioral and learning disorders, and an array of other adolescent and adult mental health issues.
Danna Wolf Albright, M.Ed.
Therapeutic Placement Specialist, Consultant
Danna received her Masters Degree in Education from Washington University in St. Louis, MO, and her BS in psychology from Webster University in St. Louis, MO. Her direct service with children and families as teacher, counselor and mentor, eventually led her to serve as Director of Education at a residential treatment center and day treatment program for adolescents in St. Louis, MO. Her knowledge and experience extends to curricula design, behavior management, project design and parent advocacy.
Danna has a particular interest in education and psychological research and those programs implementing best practices. She has served various non-profit organizations organizing and running projects designed to provide families with education and resources for their specific needs. Danna continues her contact with children through periodic tutoring and meeting them as appropriate throughout this process.
Principles of Practice
We are committed to providing the highest quality of service based on the ethical standards of:
- Objective recommendations
- Open communication
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