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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


Behavioral Healthcare program celebrates 10 years

Dr. Greg Teague speaks from a podium at the Behavioral Healthcare 10 year anniversary celebration

Greg Teague, PhD, chair of the Department of Mental Health Law and Policy, welcomes guests to the Behavioral Healthcare program 10-year anniversary celebration.

The Behavioral Healthcare program hosted an inspiring evening at the USF Gibbons Alumni Center on Friday to celebrate the program's ten-year anniversary. The event honored distinguished graduates and celebrated the impact of alumni, faculty, and staff over the past decade.

A panel of guest speakers included Natalie Kelly, CEO of the Florida Association of Managing Entities; Clara Reynolds, MBA, MSW, LCSW, president and CEO of Crisis Center of Tampa Bay; and Representative Kimberly Berfield. Mary Ann Kershaw was presented the Partner Award, and Catherine Batsche, PhD and Roger Boothroyd, PhD provided historical perspectives on the program. See photos from the 10th Anniversary Celebration here.

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