Stephanie Lehr, LMSW
Stephanie received her Bachelors of Science in Social Work from Stony Brook University in 2004 and her Master of Science in Social Work from the same university in 2006. While in New York, she gained experience working in the field of social work with a variety of clientele, including hospital patients, homeless mentally ill young adults, and high school students. Additionally, she spent some time working in a Family Rehabilitation/Preservation program, assisting families found to have one or more substance abusing parents in the home. In March 2007, Stephanie relocated to Kansas and obtained her Master’s Level License in Social Work. That year she began working in the area of forensics, working as therapist in the Southern Region of the State Sexual Offender Program.
Since that time, she has worked in a variety of positions of the state-contracted sexual offender treatment program(s), both in the community and correctional facilities, as well as a two year span of doing investigative forensic interviews and work with families in regards to the victims of sexual offending. Stephanie is trained in completing psychosocial and sex offender specific evaluations, forensic interviewing, and group and individual therapy.