About Pauline Patrick
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Pauline Patrick, Director of Disabilities Services
Masters of Social Work, Florida State University; BA in Psychology from Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio
Professional Expertise / Area(s) of Teaching and/or Practice
Counseling, case management, ethics, substance abuse, forensic rehabilitation, children’s issues (foster care, abuse).
Research Interests and Significant Professional Accomplishments
Published article: Daly, D. (Ph.D.), Patrick, P., “Juvenile Boot Camps: Should They Get The Boot?” 1995.
2007 - Lead Writer on a proposal for delinquency prevention services for $32 million which was funded by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice for 3 years with a 3 year renewal.
2005 - Principal Investigator for a $1.9 million federal grant to serve Unaccompanied Alien Children through the Department of Homeland Security, Office of Refugee Resettlement. The services are provided by the Center for Family and Child Enrichment in Miami, Florida.
2003 - Lead Writer on a grant funded by United Way for adolescent residential services.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker #5638
Certified Behavior Analyst #CBA/fl 0532
Certified Life Care Planner #1010
Member of the Florida Governor’s Missing Children’s Advisory Board
Member of Florida Association of Behavior Analysis
Board member (Treasurer) of Big Bend Community Based Care
Board member (Chairman) of Florida Pregnancy Care Network
Qualified Supervisor for FSU & FAMU Social Work Interns
Council on Accreditation (COA) Peer Reviewer
Certified Evaluator, Consultant & Family Teacher in Teaching Family Model
Trained as a PREP provider
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