Olga Molina is an Associate Professor at the University of Central Florida (UCF) School of Social Work. She has an MSW from New York University and a Doctorate in Social Work from the City University of New York Hunter College. She has over thirty years’ clinical practice experience with a diverse population offering individual, family, and group counseling. Her research and publications focus primarily on divorce, intimate partner violence (women and children), African American and Latino families, group work, and social work education. Molina has been teaching for about 20 years at the undergraduate and graduate levels on social work practice, clinical practice with families and groups, and social work practice with diverse populations. She serves on the Board of Directors of the International Association for Social Work with Groups. Molina is the recipient of the National Association of Social Workers Educator of the Year award.
- DSW, Doctor of Social Work, City University of New York
- MSW, Master of Social Work, New York University
- LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
- Intimate partner violence
- African American and Latino/a Families
- Undocumented Families
- Mental health
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