James Aye, BS has diverse experience working with the adolescent and adult population impacted by various traumatic experiences. In his role as a Violence Prevention Specialist with CHOP’s Center for Violence Prevention, he supports children and families impacted by violent incidents and experiences through trauma-informed care to promote healthy interpersonal relationships and advance their quality of life.
Prior to joining the Center, James worked at Devereux Foundations Brandywine Campus as a Program Supervisor for 4 years, supporting children and adolescents ages 6 to 21 with emotional, behavioral, and cognitive differences. In this role he assisted with psychiatric residential treatment and education services for adolescent males who experienced behavioral and psychiatric challenges, often associated with experiencing some level of trauma in their lives. James also worked at Bancroft Neuro Health as a Program Manager, collaboratively developing and implementing Individual Support Plans (ISP) and person-centered outcomes for young adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities to promote an active and engaging life.
James graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Phoenix. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.