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About Margaret Howell

Margaret Howell, LICSW, joined the Andrews University faculty in 2012, teaching courses in Critical Thinking, Children and Families at Risk, Counseling and Spirituality, Foundations of Practice, School Social Work, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Therapy with Children and Adolescents, Assessment and Treatment of Victims of Violence and Trauma and Advanced Crisis Intervention.          
Margaret Howell has twenty eight years of experience as a clinical and community social worker and as    a social work educator.  She has served as a social work consultant, clinical supervisor, social work liaison and mediator in Connecticut and in Massachusetts.  She has also worked extensively with diverse populations of children and families, college students and individuals of all ages.
She worked as an associate professor of Social Work and Sociology and as the Director of Field Education for eight years at Atlantic union College in Massachusetts.  She later served as the Director of Counseling Services for the college.   Howell has chaired many committees, served on several boards and has been involved in community initiatives with the local chamber of commerce, schools, hospitals and with the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts.    She was awarded the Outstanding Black Scholar Award by the University of Massachusetts in Boston.
Coordinator of church ministries in her local church, she is a frequent speaker and workshop presenter in churches, camp meetings and union meetings and has facilitated weekly group bible studies in the church and in the community.                        
Howell has maintained private practice as a psychotherapist in Massachusetts and serves as a Give An Hour volunteer counselor for returning veterans and their families. She currently practices social work and gives clinical supervision in a local elementary school.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor of Social Work, Dual Degree Program Director, School Social Work Coordinator, Andrews University Social Work Department
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Present Assistant Professor of Social Work, Dual Degree Program Director, School Social Work Coordinator, Andrews University
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Education

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AA Liberal Arts, Capital Region Community College
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BA Theology and History, Northern Caribbean University
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MSW Community Organization, Group work, Casework, University of Connecticut
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Contact Information

Office Location: NH019
Phone: (269) 471-6647

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