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Ph.D. Student Profile


Megan Lee

MSW, University of Toledo, 2013
BS, Psychology, University of Toledo, 2010

Megan Woodruff provided house case management services at the AIDS Resource Center.  In that position she offered case management and housing services for individuals diagnosed with HIV or AIDS.  Her work experience also includes working as an intake assessor for Arrowhead Behavioral Health completing AOD assessment and community referrals.  As a clinical specialist at Unison Behavioral Health she has provided clinical therapy, worked on program improvement, created program curriculum and worked on evaluation of outcome measurement.  Woodruff’s research interests include mental health, integration of services in schools, early intervention, prevention, integration of services, measurement of services and program improvement.

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