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Amy Page, MSW, LCSW

  • Lecturer, MSW Program

Amy Page, MSW, LCSW completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Marymount Manhattan College in 2003 and a Master of Social Work degree from Fordham University in 2006. Ms. Page spent several years providing mental health services to children and families in a range of practice settings and communities. She has provided outpatient, home-based, and school-based services in New York City, small town/rural Alabama, and a military community in Texas.

In addition to lecturing at SP2, Ms. Page currently serves as the Curriculum Manager for the Liberal Arts/Humanities sequence with the Warrior-Scholar Project, a nonprofit organization based in Washington, DC that provides support for enlisted military veterans making the transition from military service to undergraduate education. Ms. Page is also working toward a Doctorate in Clinical Social Work at SP2. Her dissertation focuses on the potential relationship between self, identity, and adaptive coping in female military spouses.

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