Stephanie Stolzenbach is the Director of Clinical Services for P2L: Pathways to Leadership, a nonprofit organization that provides school-based mental health services. She supervises all school-based mental health services, manages the social work staff, and oversees the social work intern program. She also facilitates professional development workshops to staff within New York City’s Department of Education on topics including vicarious traumatization, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Ms. Stolzenbach previously served as an individual, group, and family therapist in the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic at Mt. Sinai’s Elmhurst Hospital Center. She has provided direct services within the Child and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program, the Adolescent and Adult Psychiatric Emergency Rooms, and the Mobile Crisis Team. At P2L, she provides clinical supervision to MSW candidates from Columbia, NYU, Stony Brook, Adelphi, Fordham, Hunter College, and Yeshiva University. She received the Field Educator of the Year Award from Adelphi University in 2013, and presented at Adelphi’s International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision.

Ms. Stolzenbach holds an MSW from New York University, a certification in Advanced Clinical Practice from NYU, and a certification in Clinical Practice with Children from NYU. She is SIFI certified.