Chrissy Collins, MA, CEIS

Chrissy CollinsI have been working in Early Intervention for twenty-four years and I am a teacher/trainer at the program Center for Resilience. I also, work as a PINS partner in Rhode Island offering families parenting support and education.  I began my human service career at Bradley Hospital working with special needs children as a Milieu Therapist.  Earning my Masters degree in Counseling from Rhode Island College started my journey in individually helping families.   It has been rewarding to offer nonjudgmental support for parents to better understand their children.

My philosophy is that happy and confident parents have the strongest influence on raising well-adjusted children. Confidence is the key to parenting and my goal is to provide concrete solutions to common parenting problems.

It is my hope that after our work together you can be secure in your approach and have FUN with your family.

MA, Counseling, Rhode Island College

Certified Early Intervention Specialist (CEIS)
Associates for Human Services

Little Flower Yoga Teacher
Teacher Training Program is a comprehensive certification in yoga and mindfulness practices for children and youth ages 3 to 18. Certified by Yoga Alliance, training focuses on the complete physical, mental, emotional and social wellbeing of students.

Center for Resilience Teacher/Trainer
The “Center for Resilience” in Providence, RI works in partnership with students and educators to achieve lifelong healthy habits and positive outcomes (resilience).

Presenter Massachusetts Early Intervention Consortium
Invited to speak at the annual MEIC since 2014.

PINS Partner, Family Service of Rhode Island, Providence
PINS Partner program engages all people in the community for the purpose of preserving families in Rhode Island.