Natalie Beck, DSW, LCSW-S is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Supervisor and has practiced as a professional social worker for over 10 years. She has experience in the fields of juvenile justice, school-based mental health, and substance use treatment, and her research focus has included family-based treatment for adolescents. 

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, St. Edward's University, 2019 - present

Adjunct Assistant Professor, The University of Texas, 2016-2019


Doctor of Social Work, The University of Tennessee, 2017

Master of Science in Social Work, The University of Texas, 2009

Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Southwestern University, 2004

Achievement & Involvement

Organizations, Boards and Memberships

Nationally-Recognized Nurturing Program Trainer/Consultant

Certified Youth Mental Health First Aid Instuctor

Member of the National Association of Social Workers


Safety and Support Begin at Home: Evidence-based Strategies for Family Engagement 

  • National Center for School Mental Health 2019 Conference

The Nurturing Program: An Evidence-Based, Trauma-Informed Intervention Used in Diverse Settings

  • Integral Care’s 2018 Dynamic Development Day
  • Texas Network of Youth Services’ 2017 Conference
  • Healthy Youth Partnership’s 2017 Conference
  • Manor Independent School District’s 2017 Family Engagement Conference
  • Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy’s 2017 Symposium
  • National Association of Social Workers Texas Chapter’s 2016 Conference
  • Texas School Social Workers’ 2016 Conference