Helping Children Transition as Their Family Dynamics Change
Trina A. Nudson, J.D., LBSW
Trina A. Nudson received both her J.D. and Bachelors Degree from the University of Kansas. She earned her BSW in 1998, and later that year received her BGS in Human Development and Family Life with an emphasis on Delinquency and Juvenile Justice. Trina continues to maintain her license as a social worker.
While attending law school, Trina worked in the Child in Need of Care Division of the District Attorney’s office in Topeka, and prior to that she held a position as foster care social worker with Kansas Children’s Service League. She also served as a juvenile corrections officer, juvenile intake counselor and case manager, and truancy diversion officer.
Trina is a licensed attorney and is currently a member of the Kansas Bar Association, Johnson County Bar Association, Johnson County Family Law Inn of Court, Juvenile Bench Bar, National Association for Council for Children, and Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. Trina is a trained mediator and case manager. Trina is also trained in collaborative law. The whole of Trina’s professional career has been dedicated to helping children.
Trina resides in Johnson County, KS with her husband and their four children.
Reanna Errebo, LMSW
Reanna received her Bachelors in Psychology from Greenville University and her Masters in Social Work from The University of Kansas. Reanna completed practicums at FosterAdopt Connect, where she worked in the licensing department with foster parents, and Children’s Mercy Hospital, where she worked in the emergency department with children and families.
When Reanna is not working with children and families, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé and two dogs. Reanna is a huge Kansas City sports fan. She enjoys watching the Royals, Chiefs, and (even though she attended KU) is a K-State fan!