Michelle White, LMSW Child & Youth Project Manager

Michelle White is a licensed social worker in the states of Georgia and Illinois. She earned her Masters of Social Work focusing on Children and Families, from Loyola University of Chicago and her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Indiana University Bloomington. Michelle’s professional background includes working with adults and children impacted by domestic and dating violence, developmental delays, child abuse and neglect and youth with mental health and behavioral conditions.

She has worked individuals, groups and families with the Indiana, Illinois and Georgia Departments of Child and Families Services, Learning Through Play Child Development Center, the Illinois Early Intervention Program, and Between Friends Domestic Violence Agency. With experience as a clinical therapist, advocate and trainer, Michelle is skilled in understanding, encouraging and training others in providing trauma-informed and empowering services to children and families.

She is currently the Child and Youth Project Manager with the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, where she develops, coordinates, and facilitates training opportunities and technical assistance for direct service providers of child and youth witnesses of domestic violence. You can contact Michelle via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Trauma and the Effects on Children Who Witness Domestic Violence