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

Education

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

Presentations

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