Stephanie Drennan, LMFT
Stephanie Drennan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 13 years of experience in the field of human services. Stephanie has experience providing therapeutic and case management services in a variety of different settings consisting of community-based settings, schools, outpatient clinics, and military installations. Throughout her career, Stephanie has worked with various age groups and populations and is very passionate about her work, empowering and helping others.
Stephanie received her Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University majoring in Human Development and Family Science with a focus in Child and Family Services in 2009. She received her Master of Science degree in Behavioral Sciences with a focus in Marriage and Family Therapy which she was awarded in 2015 from Cameron University.
In 2016, Stephanie began her work with the birth to five population in the Child First program as a Mental Health and Developmental Clinician in North Carolina. In 2021, Stephanie was promoted to Child First Clinical Director in North Carolina. She recently relocated to Florida in January 2022 and is now serving as the Clinical Director of Child First at Families First of Palm Beach County.
Stephanie has a vast knowledge in the areas of the birth to five population, child development, clinical assessment and intervention, and the Child First program. She has been rostered in Child-Parent Psychotherapy since 2018 and practices reflective supervision. Stephanie is a qualified supervisor in the state of Florida. She is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and is working toward her national designation as an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She is currently an AAMFT supervisor candidate. Stephanie is dedicated to encouraging other professionals and supporting them in their growth and development. She is committed to enhancing the quality of community mental health and promoting quality evidence-based services by ensuring that staff have access to reflective supervision and evidence-based trainings.