Outpatient Clinical Director
Tiffany Hodgson graduated from Barry University School of Social Work and earned her master’s degree in Clinical Social Work with a focus on Neuroscience and Trauma. She served as a Healthcare Worker at both Memorial Regional Hospital and Jackson Memorial Hospital where she held the position as a lead psychiatric social worker to populations living with a chronic mental illness. She attained licensure in Florida as a Clinical Social Work and provides psychotherapy to Mother’s and Families who experience Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders such as Postpartum Depression.
Tiffany has spent the last 10 years building key relationships with policymakers, leaders, researchers in our healthcare systems with the goal of spreading awareness on Maternal Mental Health. Due to her advocacy for and involvement with Mother’s and Families affected by postpartum depression, she was featured on MSNBC & Telemundo to discuss Maternal Mental Health, the gaps in healthcare, barriers for treatment, and the road to healing. She is a featured speaker on Mental Health podcast that discuss the link between physical fitness and mental wellness. Tiffany aspires to attain a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with a focus on Neuroscience.
At Agape, Tiffany’s goal is to continue the mission of serving families in the restoration of psychological, social, physical, and spiritual health by building a team of trauma-informed therapist & high skilled case managers who serve the clients and the community.