Rebecca Wolfson Berley, MSW
Director of Special Programs, Grants and Training
Rebecca Wolfson Berley, LICSW, assists the CEO with day-to-day operations for a range of specialty initiatives in the areas of training and education and innovations. Current projects include developing a web based training series for the agency's clinical staff, collaborating with a portrait photographer to develop a book about women and their recovery stories, and collaborating with a production company to develop two films: a 6-minute film focused on women's recovery from trans-generational addition and violence with an emphasis on the role of peer recovery support and a 30-minute film focused on trans-generational violence and trauma recovery and the agency's clinical services/interventions created to support women in their recovery and to interrupt this cycle of violence. Ms. Wolfson Berley also serves as the PI/PD for the 5-year SAMHSA/CMHS-funded Isis Project for African American women with mental health concerns living with HIV, as the Administrative Liaison for the SAMHSA/CSAT-funded Sisters Empowering Sisters RCSP project, and as the agency's Director of Trauma Education. She earned her MSW at the University of Maryland School of Social Work in 1992.