Lina Hartocollis

Lina Hartocollis, PhD, LCSW

  • Dean of Students

  • Director, Clinical DSW Program

3701 Locust Walk, Caster Building, Room B-22
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6214
  • office: 215.898.5503
  • fax: 215.573.2099

Lina Hartocollis is Dean of Students and Director of the Doctorate in Clinical Social Work (DSW) Program at the School of Social Policy & Practice. She has been at Penn since 1997, where in addition to her administrative responsibilities she has taught courses on foundation social work practice, advanced clinical social work practice, social work practice with children and adolescents, and mental health diagnosis. Before coming to Penn, Dr. Hartocollis taught in the Masters of Social Work programs at Smith College and Bryn Mawr College. Dr. Hartocollis maintains a private practice in clinical social work, and she specializes in psychotherapy with adolescents, adults and couples. Her scholarly and practice interests include doctoral education, mental health diagnosis, psychological trauma and dissociative disorders. In her role as Dean of Students, Dr. Hartocollis oversees students services and the registrar’s office. She is the founding Director of the DSW program and also serves as the academic adviser for all DSW students.

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