Our Faculty and Staff
Social Work Program Director
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Prof. Corbin received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from the Pennsylvania State University and his Masters Degree in Social Work from Temple University. He is a doctoral candidate from the Clinical Social Work Institute in Washington, DC. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Pennsylvania with a specialty in childhood mental illness and individual and family therapy with children, adolescents, adults, and their families. He has worked for over 25 years in the mental health field including eight years at Hoffman Homes for Youth in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and had most recently served as their Assistant Director of Clinical Services. He was appointed in the spring of 2002 as Adjunct Faculty Member and fall 2002 through spring 2008 as Visiting Instructor/Lecturer of Social Work at McDaniel College (formerly Western Maryland College) and served as their BSW Program Director. From 2008-2018, he has served as full-time clinical faculty and instructor in the graduate school of social work at Temple University and was former Assistant MSW Program Director. He was the lead developer and Clinical Director of the Military Family Center at Temple – a counseling center for military service members, veterans, and their families. He is happy to join Elizabethtown College in the fall of 2021 as the Social Work Program Director!
He has written and presented extensively on the subject of neuroscience and its impact on clinical practice and has been a featured presenter for the National Association of Social Workers at their Annual Conference. An article on the biopsychosocial implications of attachment was published in the Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal. He was a featured guest on the NPR program “Radio Smart Talk” as an expert on the subject of Reactive Attachment Disorder. Two articles on clinical supervision and ethics in practice appear in separate issues of The New Social Worker journal. He published an article on the ethical implications for disclosure of HIV status in The Journal of Clinical Ethics. He had received training in child-centered play therapy and had practiced as a child and family therapist for The Play Therapy Center and is a former associate with D.K. Watkins Psychology Associates in York, Pennsylvania. He had practiced privately in the outpatient setting at Pennsylvania Counseling Services. Additionally, he had served as clinical supervisor for their school-based program in the York City Schools. He has been in part-time practice at Northeastern Counseling Services in Mechanicsburg, PA since 2016.
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Kate Eberz is a 2005 graduate of Elizabethtown College Social Work Department. She has practiced in the areas of child welfare and substance abuse and is currently working in a treatment setting for substance use disorders.
She teaches Human Behavior in the Social Environment and Field Instruction.
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Susan Mapp, MSSW, Ph.D. has been at the College since 2003. Her areas of specialty include human trafficking, international social work, violations of children's rights, and program evaluation. She has published research on these topics including books on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, international social work and global issues of children's welfare and has presented her work at national and international conferences. She served 2 terms on the Board of Directors of the Council on Social Work Education and co-founded the Journal of Human Rights and Social Work. She currently serves as the Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness and Innovation.
Kristin is a 2018 graduate of Elizabethtown College Social Work Department. She earned her MSW in 2019 from Columbia University. Kristin’s experience centers around older adults, aging, and hospice. She has also worked at Elizabethtown Community Housing & Outreach Services (ECHOS), providing services for Elizabethtown community members experiencing poverty and homelessness. She is passionate about educating others about systems of power and oppression and promoting equity and inclusion.
DSW, LSW, ACSW, MSG
Amy Sagen is the Chief Operating Officer for the National Association of Social Workers – Pennsylvania chapter where she manages continuing education programs and member services for the association. Before this, she directed Alzheimer's units in a skilled nursing home, where she was in charge of assessing/admitting residents, counseling families, educating and training staff about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Dr. Sagen teaches Social Policy.
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Heather is a social worker, educator, leader, innovator, and mother of two teenage daughters. Heather is a 1992 graduate and has been teaching at Elizabethtown College since 2002. Heather works full-time at Milton Hershey School as the Senior Manager of Student Health Services, serving students and their families who experience extreme poverty and are seeking education as a stepping-stone to new opportunities. Heather’s area of expertise is working with educators on improving parent engagement in education to help ensure success of students’ academic outcomes.
Professor Woods' educational background includes graduating with honors from both Towson University where she received her BS and the University of Maryland where she obtained her MSW. She has been practicing in the Social Work field since 2002 and has clinical experience working in a variety of settings including inpatient hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, The MD Board of Childcare, outpatient mental health clinics, and in private behavioral health practice. Professor Woods is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) and is the owner and Clinical Director at Northeastern Counseling Services, an outpatient behavioral health practice with locations in Mechanicsburg, PA and Ellicott City, MD. She works with children over the age of 10 years old, adults, and families in the private practice setting. She believes in the ability to create change in one's life in the context of a therapeutic relationship in an environment of safety and trust which she is committed to providing. She is an active member of the NASW, AED, IAEDP, NAPW and is highly committed to her professional development. As a result, she participates regularly in Continuing Education courses and trainings at both the local and national level. She is currently enrolled in Stanford University's FBT-ED program. She possesses a specialization in cognitive behavioral therapy and the treatment of eating disorders. Nicole is also a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS), as well as a Certified Clinical Supervisor who provides supervision for other clinicians seeking advanced clinical licensure. In her spare time, she enjoys crafting, genealogy research, playing volleyball, and experiencing new cultures by way of travel with her family.