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Danny Pettry, II, is a Recreational Therapist. He has held Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) credentials since 2003. He earned a Master of Science degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana in 2006. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Park Resources and Leisure Services with a focus in Therapeutic Recreation from Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia in 2002. Danny has provided recreational therapy services at a residential treatment facility located in one of the two Virginias since 2002 for children between the ages of 7 and 13 who are abuse-reactive. These children have suffered physical, sexual, and/ or emotional abuse, and/ or severe neglect and have learned to act out the same abusive behaviors on others. Danny enjoys helping these kids. He provides a mix of treatment interventions to help these children to develop social interaction skills, empathy for others, self-worth, calming skills, problem-solving skills, and basic life skills. He also provides recreation services to maintain and promote their overall wellbeing and quality of life while being a resident at the treatment facility. Danny has been a good-standing member of the American Therapeutic Recreation Association (ATRA) since 2000. He was acknowledged as a Recreational Therapy Advocate of the Year in 2005 by ATRA. He had won the ATRA - Dr. Peg Connolly Student Scholarship to the national conference in Kansas City, Missouri in 2004.