Kristi Nobbman is currently a doctoral student in the Counseling Supervision and Education program at the University of Memphis.
While not a native of Memphis, TN, she calls it home. She received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Memphis, as well as her master’s in School Counseling. She has worked as a Professional School Counselor with at-risk youthin elementary, middle, and high schools.
During her master’s program, she developed Nobbman’s SAFETY Model for Crisis Intervention. The model has been presented at conferences, used to teach Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) officers, a specialized police team responding to individuals with mental illness, and published in Richard James’ Crisis Intervention textbook. Her research interests include social locations, developmental trauma, neuroscience, and crisis interventions.