Margaret Mason, LCSW, is spearheading a new LCSW position with Inpatient GI in the summer of 2021. She will be working on the inpatient floor with patients, families, and the medical team utilizing a biopsychosocial model to encourage healing. Margaret has clinical experience with Child Guidance Resource Centers where she did individual, family, and group therapy with children and families. She has treated patients with a variety of diagnoses, including PTSD, depression, and anxiety. She has also worked with autistic children and adolescents. Margaret has experience working with exonerees reentering society, children diagnosed with Emotional Disturbance, children and families in the foster care system, and people experiencing domestic violence. Margaret received her MSW at Boston College in 2014 and her BA in Theatre from Penn State in 2011.
Education and Training
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Certification (TF-CBT)
BA in Theatre - Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
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