Patricia Tobin Senger received a B.A. from University of the State of New York, an M.S.W. from Yeshiva University and a PhD. from Capella University. Prior to her arrival at Saint Leo University, she was Vice-President of Human Resources and Leadership Development at the largest healthcare company in America. Dr. Tobin Senger's area of specialization is advanced clinical practice with older adults. She holds the ACHP-SW (Advanced Clinical Hospice and Palliative Care Social Worker) certification from NASW (National Association of Social Workers) and is licensed as a clinical social worker in the State of Florida. For a number of years, she has taught palliative care and end of life decision making to physicians, chaplains, social workers, and health care providers in the seven hospital system at Baptist Health Miami, where she was also a visiting faculty member at the University Of Miami School Of Medicine. Prior to this, she was clinical director of the oldest substance abuse facility in Connecticut, specializing in the adult population. Dr. Tobin Senger teaches Advanced Clinical Practice with Older Adults, Substance Abuse Assessment and Treatment, Clinical Group Counseling, Leadership, and Ethics. Her areas of interest and research includes social entrepreneurship, which is the integration of entrepreneurship strategies with social work interventions that can benefit humanity on a macro level. She has presented and written articles on this subject both nationally and internationally. In her free time, Dr. Tobin Senger provides pro-bono grief and loss counseling at both our university and at her church.
PhD Human Services Capella University 2006
MSW Yeshiva University 1987
BA University of the State of New York 1985
Advanced Clinical Practice with Older Adults
Substance Abuse Assessment and Treatment Methods of Social Work Practice with Groups Leadership
Social Work Policy Ethic
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