Beth Hanline, LCSW-C

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CLINICAL SUPERVISOR

Beth Hanline, LCSW-C

Beth Hanline joins Newport Academy after more than 10 years in the field as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.. Beth was inspired to become a Social Worker when she was working at a summer camp. A vulnerable 3rd grader trusted his emotions, fears, and deep thoughts with her which allowed her to see the impact she could have on children in need. Through long conversations and encouragement, Beth helped the young boy develop confidence and stability in his life.

Beth has participated in specialized trainings in Attachment Based Family Therapy, Play Therapy, Trauma-Focused CBT, Trauma Informed Care, and Solution Focused Therapy. Beth has also completed training in special education for school social workers and has extensive experience in crisis intervention. In her opinion, she excels at treating autism spectrum disorders, behavior issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, school anxiety, and school avoidance as a Clinical Social Worker. Beth completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Iowa where she earned a dual degree, including a BBA in Management and a BA in Psychology. For graduate school, she moved to Maryland to complete her Master of Social Work degree at the University of Maryland – Baltimore.

Prior to Newport, Beth worked as a Therapist and Program Director at the Board of Child Care, in multiple capacities as a contractor for the Armed Forces Services Corporation, as a Child Psychiatric Consultant at the University of Maryland Medical Center, and a School Social Worker the Foundation of School of Montgomery County.

Newport Academy…in her own words.

“Newport Academy has a holistic treatment model that is rare to find in adolescent mental health treatment. Newport’s dedication to low therapist caseloads allows for individualized and comprehensive treatment for all clients and families. The ability to serve clients over months rather than weeks allows for progress and stabilization that is difficult to accomplish in most traditional PHP and IOP programs. The emphasis on family treatment is a needed and often missing component of adolescent treatment.”–Beth Hanline

Select Achievements

  • BBA in Management and a BA in Psychology from the University of Iowa
  • Master of Social Work degree from the University of Maryland – Baltimore.
  • Approved Supervisor by the Board of Social Work Examiners
  • Approved Supervisor by the Board of Professional Counselors
  • Certified School Social Worker by the Maryland State Department of Education