Kate Hyde

Katherine M. Hyde

University of St. Joseph

Katherine Hyde is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in mental health psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and families. She completed her graduate work at the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, and held a Clinical Fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital, a teaching hospital of the Harvard Medical School. Kate worked closely with Dr. Nadja Reilly at the Swensrud Depression Prevention Initiative providing training and consultation around adolescent depression and suicide awareness and prevention. She participated in the development of the Break Free from Depression documentary and school curriculum. Kate is a Clinical Supervisor and also provides direct mental health services for adolescents and their families in an urban school district in Hartford, Connecticut. She is a member of the Adjunct Faculty at the School of Graduateand Professional Studies at the University of Saint Joseph. Kate has worked with the Yale Youth Ministry Institute since 2013 as a Lecturer and Program Coordinator, and served as a youth minister for a thriving youth program.

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Leading theologians and pastors explore the importance of creating an environment where youth can develop trusted relationships with peers and adults, and the value of nurturing communities.

Tending to the Mental Health of Adolescents

Leading theologians and pastors explore adolescent mental health and the role of youth ministry and the youth minister in supporting youth.

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Yale Youth Ministry Institute