ISELA GARCIA WHITE is a field consultant and lecturer at the School of Social Welfare. She works closely with students focused on children and community mental health.
For the last 15 years, she has provided child and adolescent mental health services in a wide variety of settings, including the Oakland and Mt. Diablo Unified School Districts, John Muir Behavioral Health's Adolescent Outpatient Program, The City of Berkeley's Mental Health Department and Stanford University's Counseling and Psychological Services. While at Mt. Diablo Unified School District, she served as a field instructor and training coordinator. She also served as a field seminar leader and field liaison for California State University East Bay's MSW program.
A bilingual and bicultural social worker, Garcia White is dedicated to providing high quality, effective and culturally responsive mental health services to children and families from diverse communities. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and earned her BA from UC Berkeley and her MSW and Pupil and Personnel Services Credential from the University of Southern California.
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