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[Photo Above: Mercy Residency Program Faculty Precepting a Resident]

Faculty


Dr. Woroniecki

Behavioral Science Coordinator
MA, Bowling Green State University
BS, University of North Dakota  

Christine has been involved with the Residency program since licensure as a CA Marriage & Family Therapist in 1991. Originally from North Dakota, she has a B.S. in Psychology from the University of N.D., moving to Redding after obtaining a M.A. in Psychology from Bowling Green State University in Ohio in 1988. Christine coordinates the Behavioral Science and Community Medicine rotations, Co-facilitates the PGY1 Intern conference, and represents the Residency program on numerous community collaboratives addressing Resident wellness, perinatal wellness, child development, family violence, human trafficking, and adverse childhood experiences. She is the faculty liaison for our Medical Safe Haven clinic which provides health care to survivors of human trafficking. Recently trained by the Center for Mind Body Medicine she offers groups to the community and seeks to integrate wellness strategies into the Resident experience. After recently launching the youngest of three children current interests include exploring the Southern Oregon Theater and music scene with hopes of further travel including visiting her young adults in interesting places.

Dr. Woroniecki

Behavioral Science Coordinator
MA, Bowling Green State University
BS, University of North Dakota  

Christine has been involved with the Residency program since licensure as a CA Marriage & Family Therapist in 1991. Originally from North Dakota, she has a B.S. in Psychology from the University of N.D., moving to Redding after obtaining a M.A. in Psychology from Bowling Green State University in Ohio in 1988. Christine coordinates the Behavioral Science and Community Medicine rotations, Co-facilitates the PGY1 Intern conference, and represents the Residency program on numerous community collaboratives addressing Resident wellness, perinatal wellness, child development, family violence, human trafficking, and adverse childhood experiences. She is the faculty liaison for our Medical Safe Haven clinic which provides health care to survivors of human trafficking. Recently trained by the Center for Mind Body Medicine she offers groups to the community and seeks to integrate wellness strategies into the Resident experience. After recently launching the youngest of three children current interests include exploring the Southern Oregon Theater and music scene with hopes of further travel including visiting her young adults in interesting places.