Maggie Denk, MS, LMHC

Maggie Denk in front of a bookcase, smiling

MS, Human Services with Mental Health Counseling specialization, Capella University
BS, Psychology, Georgia Southern University

Adjunct Faculty, School Counseling (SCOUN)


Maggie has worked in the counseling field for over 20 years and has experience in a variety of settings, including telehealth, private practice, and community mental health. Much of her experience is in interpersonal relationships/family dynamics and individuals with disabilities. She also has an extensive background in trauma and abuse that includes working as both a forensic interviewer and therapist at a children's advocacy center. In her private practice the focus was primarily on court-ordered cases and often dealt with high conflict divorce and child abuse. In community mental health she worked in residential treatment, day treatment, and outpatient programs. Maggie new to teaching in a graduate program but has over 20 years of experience leading young adults through training as a camp director for children and adults with disabilities. She is a doctoral student in counselor education and supervision and is set to graduate with her PhD this May.