In This Installment of Access the Experts
Susan Reay, Ed.D., an assistant professor in UNO’s Grace Abbott School of Social Work, answers the question: "How do you know when to ask for help?"
Watch Part One
Part One: "What is therapy really like?"
An expert in social work, Reay’s experience prior to UNO includes 27 years of clinical social work practice. She also holds significant experience as a non-profit clinical director and administrator of multiple behavioral health education programs in the private sector. Reay specializes in eating disorders and children’s mental health to include evidence-based mental health practices for treating youth psychopathology.
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