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Gross, Maggie

Project Coordinator
Clinical Lab Manager

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Gross, Maggie

  • Specialties
  • Autism
  • PTSD
  • Substance abuse
  • Trauma
  • Womens health

Active: Active
Degree: MIMH OVW Users Group
Academic Title: Project Coordinator
Institute Title: Clinical Lab Manager
Email: maggie.gross@mimh.edu
Office Phone: (314) 516-8488
Fax Phone: (314) 516-8405
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Biography

Maggie M. Gross is a St Louis native who earned both her bachelor’s degree in psychology and her master’s degree in social work from Washington University in St Louis, Mo. A licensed clinical social worker, certified substance abuse counselor, and project coordinator with ten plus years’ experience providing both clinical psychotherapy services as well as research assistance to populations such as children, teens/young adults, twins, seniors, and families within various inpatient and outpatient mental health treatment facilities. Maggie has extensive clinical and research field work in the area populations of Autism, substance abuse treatment programs, co-occurring programs, stress and complex trauma, sexual abuse and sexual offences, intimate partner violence, homelessness, working within the court/legal/judicial systems, within the transitional aged youth and independent living programs. Maggie also has expertise in advocacy and providing and coordinating community resources and referrals outside of MIMH.


Licensure

Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Missouri by the State Committee for Social Workers

Clinical Member of The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) since 02/2018


Education

Washington University; BA: Psychology; Graduated 1999
Washington University; MSW: Master’s in Social Work; Graduated 2017


Interests

Trauma; PTSD; Autism; Substance Abuse; Co-Occurring Disorders; Women’s Health; Sexual Abuse & Sexual Offending; Intimate Partner Violence; Trauma Informed Care:  TF-CBT;


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