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Brie Radis, LCSW, MSS, MLSP

  • Lecturer, MSW Program

Brie Radis, MSS, MLSP, LCSW, Brie received her social work and law and social policy graduate training at Bryn Mawr’s Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research. She completed her undergraduate work at Earlham College. She is currently an LGBT Penn Health Fellow and is a student in the Doctorate of Social Work program at the University of Pennsylvania. Brie has been with the housing first treatment teams at Horizon House in Philadelphia since 2004 and is now a clinical supervisor and before this role she was their clinical director, mental health specialist, and a case manager. She is a passionate advocate for integrated health care, trauma informed care, harm reduction, and the housing first philosophy. She is also an experienced therapist and clinical supervisor for students and staff and provides regular group and individual supervision. She is currently a researcher with a international collaboration, the Nevet Greenhouse Project partnering with Hebrew University and SP2. She is currently an adjunct at West Chester University and a field liaison at the University of Pennsylvania.

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