About Lee Reinecke

Lee Reinecke began her career as a children’s protective social worker, then practiced as a licensed school psychologist for thirty-four years. Following the birth of her oldest son, she participated in the first National Child Assault Prevention Project training in Columbus, Ohio. She founded the Child Assault Prevention Project in her home county, where she recruited a board of trustees and trained women to lead workshops for preschool and grade school children. In addition to evaluating children with special needs, Lee facilitated parenting and social skills classes in public schools. Since retiring, she volunteers as a spiritual mentor for middle school students at her church, with first-graders one day a week, and sews mittens and hats for the homeless. Read more at https://www.leereinecke.com/

What Happened When I Told the Truth?

What Happened When I Told the Truth? My name is Lee Reinecke, and when I was in graduate school to become a school psychologist, I was advised to have some counseling sessions at the university. If I was to develop empathy for others who needed the assistance of a mental … Continue reading