Catherine Engle is a Director of Mental Health Services at Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services. She is a licensed professional clinical counselor, with supervision designation (LPCC-S) in the state of Ohio.
Catherine completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Xavier University, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Catherine has been working in the mental health field for over a decade, with a focus on the transitional youth and adult populations affected by homelessness. Catherine has clinical experience providing mental health assessments and risk assessments in both inpatient and community settings as well as experience providing individual and group counseling.
Catherine has conducted trainings within her organization and in the community on topics such as building therapeutic relationships, crisis management, housing first, hospital and jail responsiveness, among others. Education and training is a special area of interest for Catherine, and she also enjoys creative program development to expand opportunities to wrap individualized support around the individuals served to help improve quality of life and overall well-being. Catherine is a Certified Trainer in the evidence-based practice of Critical Time Intervention, which she has utilized in programs to help those chronically homeless with severe mental illness achieve housing success and long-term stability.
Currently, Catherine oversees mental health service programs including homeless outreach, mental health case management, housing support, and assertive community treatment (ACT) services.
Catherine joined the CURESZ Foundation Board of Directors in December, 2021.