Eileen Starr is a PhD and Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). She received her PhD and Master’s Degree in clinical social work from Widener University in Chester, PA. A Delaware native, Dr. Starr is currently an Assistant Professor at Metropolitan State University-Denver. She is currently teaching clinical practice in the graduate school of social work. She works part-time at Mid-Atlantic BH via Tele-health and often sees her clients in person when she returns home. Eileen’s clinical specialty is school-aged children, adolescents, and transitional aged youth and their families (as needed). Prior to accepting the faculty position at MSU-Denver, Dr. Starr developed and supervised the School Based Therapy, summer, and after-school programs for Upper Bay Counseling and Support Service in Cecil and Harford County Maryland.
Eileen is behavioral in her clinical work, describing her style as “very interactive in partnership with her clients & families to help them meet their goals established in therapy.” She believes a reciprocal therapeutic relationship cultivates the best possible outcomes in her patients.