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Michael Trader, MSW, LCSW-C

Michael Trader, MSW, LCSW-C, is the Assistant Director of Behavioral Health at the Worcester County Health Department. He has worked in the Social Work field since 2002, and served in various capacities, including therapy and supervision of multiple Behavioral Health programs and services (Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Case Management). Mr. Trader has been involved in the creation and management of multiple programs aimed at serving individuals struggling with mental health and addiction issues. Those programs include mental health and substance abuse treatment, medication assisted treatment (MAT), peer support services, case management/care coordination services, mobile crisis team, and a newly established Safe Station program. Through these services, Mr. Trader has supervised therapists, substance abuse treatment counselors, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners, clerical/administrative staff, case managers, nurses, client drivers, and other supervisors and program managers. Mr. Trader is a graduate of Salisbury University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Philosophy, and a Master of Social Work degree, and is a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Approved Supervisor. He is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and is a certified trainer in Mental Health First Aid and Youth Mental Health First Aid.

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