Dr. Page's areas of previous and current research and publication include adolescents, disaster mental health, theories in supervision, crisis work, substance abuse, and high-risk recidivists.  She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (Florida) and a Nationally Certified Counselor.  Dr. Page has worked in community and private mental health, in addition to serving as the clinical director for a private residential facility.  She has also owned a private practice and worked in family law mediation.  In practice, her specialties included addictions, severe mental health, adolescents, assessments, crisis/trauma, and anxiety.

In addition to teaching, supervision, and research, Dr. Page is also involved in the American Counseling Association and is a member of the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ACES) and the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW).  She is actively involved in the International Association for Addictions and Offenders (IAAOC) and is the Chair of the Legislative Committee.  She has previously served on the board of the Florida Counseling Association and is a trained crisis responder.

Dr. Page lives in the Orlando, Florida area and enjoys traveling, history, Gator football, and is an avid runner.  She is married with two boys. 

Ph.D. Counselor Education, University of Florida
MS Counseling, NOVA Southeastern University
BA, University of Florida



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