McLean Hospital Title:
- Lead Clinical Social Worker, Hill Center for Women
Rebecca Schulman, LICSW, began her career working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. She developed an interest in providing individual and group therapy, family support, and advocating for the improvement of and access to social services. After training at the Klarman Eating Disorders Program at McLean Hospital, Ms. Schulman joined the Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Inpatient Program in 2014 and is currently the lead clinical social worker at the Hill Center for Women.
Ms. Schulman’s clinical interests include the treatment of eating disorders and issues affecting survivors of trauma, including dissociative identity disorder. She has also received training in dialectical behavior therapy and is currently enrolled in the post-graduate program for advanced clinical practice for adults through the Boston College Continuing Education Program. Ms. Schulman sits on McLean’s committee for inpatient social work administration and is a member of the social work Epic work group. She also provides training and supervision to licensed clinical social workers.
Education & Training:
- 2009 BA in Psychology and Sociology, Clark University
- 2014 MSW in Clinical Social Work, Boston College
- 2016 Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Board of Registration of Social Workers, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
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