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Hayley Alperin
Hayley Alperin
Social Work Intern, School and Community Programs
Child Mind Institute

Hayley Alperin is a social work intern with the School & Community Programs team. In her role, Hayley assists the trauma team with conducting psychosocial assessments and co-leads Trauma Treatment Groups for Students (TTGS). Additionally, she assists in providing Mental Health Skill Building (MHSB) sessions to caregivers and community members. Hayley earned her bachelor’s degree from Emory University and is currently working towards her master’s degree in social work at Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Hayley has always had a passion for promoting mental health awareness, especially among children and adolescents in under-served communities.

Previously, Hayley worked as a Teach for America corps member in Los Angeles, where she taught second and third graders with disabilities. During her time at Teach for America, Hayley created and implemented social-emotional curricula in the classroom. Most recently, she led groups for Friendship Circle, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing support and socialization opportunities to children, teenagers and young adults with various disabilities. In that role role, Hayley designed all group curricula and led sessions both virtually and in person. At the Child Mind Institute, Hayley aspires to be a source of support for children and community members struggling with trauma-related mental health issues.

Education:

  • BA, Media Studies, Emory University (2018)
  • MSW, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University (expected 2022)