Stephanie Bordin joined the Daemen College Counseling Services Department as a full-time mental health counselor after serving the campus on a part-time basis over the past year.
Most recently, Bordin was a therapist at an outpatient mental health clinic where she worked with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. Prior to this, she was an addictions counselor and family recovery center counselor for a local school district. She was also a research assistant and research clinician for The Connections Program, a structured, therapeutic treatment program targeting social skills for children with autism spectrum disorders/high functioning autism through Summit Educational Resources, Canisius College, and the University at Buffalo.
Bordin earned a master’s degree in mental health counseling from the University at Buffalo and a bachelor’s degree in psychology with minors in clinical/counseling psychology, school psychology, and classical studies from Canisius College. She earned her licensure as a mental health counselor in New York State and has completed training through the Trauma Institute and Child Trauma Institute. She has also participated in workshop training related to Trauma Centered Trauma Sensitive Yoga.
In her free time, Bordin enjoys traveling, cooking, yoga, kayaking, and spending time with her cat.