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Meghan McCloskey, LMHC

Clinical Supervisor: Family Intensive Treatment Services

Meghan McCloskey, LMHC, Graduated from Florida State University with a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling and a Specialist Degree in Education.

Ms. McCloskey has dedicated her practice to individuals and families with DISC Village Residential Services since May 2012.  With a strong background in substance abuse and mental health, Ms. McCloskey became a Licensed Mental Health Counselor within the State of Florida in March 2015.

As the Clinical Supervisor of the Family Intensive Treatment Program, Ms. McCloskey works closely with her team to provide intensive in-home services focusing on substance abuse counseling and parenting skills to families involved in the child welfare system.

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