School of Social Work

How to involve family in youth treatment

Presented by Rebekah Freese, MSW, LCSW

(1.5 clock hours/0.15 CEU)

Rebekah’s primary professional role is as a clinical instructor at the University of Missouri School of Social Work. As a clinical instructor, Rebekah teaches courses in the area of family treatment, clinical strategies, & dialectical behavioral therapy. Rebekah also serves as the Director of the Integrative Behavioral Health Clinic in Columbia, Missouri. Rebekah has over 14 years of experience in psychotherapy with children, adolescents and families and twenty years in the area of social work. She has worked with a variety of youth and their families, yet her primary focus has been with those who are difficult to treat and engage into treatment. Specifically, Rebekah has extensive experience in working with individuals who are chronically suicidal, self-harming, and those who have been diagnosed with eating disorders.

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Project Coordinator
HRSA Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Grant