Julia Henry McGovern | Towson University

Education

MS Social Work, Magnum Cum Laude
Widener University

BS Psychology
West Chester University

Areas of Expertise

Community based social work in the fields of child welfare, school based mental health
programs and domestic violence and sexual assault organizations.

Outpatient clinical mental health treatment for individuals, families and groups with
a wide variety of trauma related issues and mental health diagnoses.

Biography

Julia Henry McGovern has been working as a clinical social worker in Maryland since
obtaining her clinical counseling licensure in 2001.  Julia began teaching as an Adjunct
Lecturer for Towson University in 2017 and became a Full-time Lecturer in 2019.  She
brings a wide variety of clinical experience from working with families and children
across the lifespan with various mental health diagnoses. 

Her experience brings clarity and application to subject matters such as theory, case
management and interpersonal relationships and family dynamics.  It is Julia’s desire
to give back to the community that she grew up in through her clinical expertise and
social work experience.  Julia greatly enjoys the classroom atmosphere where she can
assist students in developing into well rounded confident and ethically sound, helping
professionals.

Memberships/Affiliations

National Association of Social Workers

Licenses and Certifications

LCSW-C Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Courses Taught

  • FMST 201: Family Resources
  • FMST 297: Preparing Human Services Workers (Pre-Internship)
  • FMST 301: Family Relationships
  • FMST 302: Family Theories
  • FMST 305: Parent-Child Relationships Across the Lifespan
  • FMST 325: Ethics in Human Services
  • FMST 387: Community Services for Families
  • FMST 430: Case Management for Family and Human Services
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