Student Resource Services Names New Clinical Operations Supervisor

St. Louis, July 30, 2010 — St. Louis-based Student Resource Services, which provides outsourced counseling and resource services to more than 90 post-secondary schools throughout the country, has hired Terry Page (MSW, LCSW, CEAP, SAP) as its new Clinical Operations Supervisor, overseeing a network of skilled counselors who support students by helping them overcome personal barriers to school success.

Page comes to Student Resource Services from Magellan Health Services, where she spent eight years as a clinical supervisor providing clinical oversight and management to a large team of licensed clinicians/therapists. Prior to Magellan Health, Page served as a clinical director at Kansas City-based Women in Recovery and as a mental health coordinator for the State of Missouri Department of Mental Health, Division of Comprehensive Psychiatric Services providing emergency mental health services to a seven county area.

Page holds a bachelor’s degree from Valparaiso University in Indiana and a master’s in social work from Washington University in St. Louis. She is a licensed clinical social worker and a certified employee assistance professional.

“We are delighted to have someone with such a wealth of experience in this very critical role,” said Student Resource Services CEO Janet Mug. “Under Terry’s charge, our counselors will continue to provide vital services to struggling students so they can complete their education and be successful in their careers.”

About Student Resource Services
Since 1992, Student Resource Services has provided counseling and resource services to more than 90 post-secondary schools throughout the country, enabling colleges to support students by helping them overcome personal barriers to school success and alleviate any barriers a student may have in completing their education. Student Resource Services works hand-in-hand with post-secondary schools and colleges to provide direct, round-the-clock support to students to ensure their success while driving school retention rates up while decreasing liability. For more information, visit www.studentresourceservices.com.

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