David J. Miranda,
Education: DSW from Yeshiva University School of Social Work, MSW from Columbia University.
Previous Work Experience: Assistant Professor - Yeshiva University, Adjunct Professor - SUNY at New Paltz and Orange County Community College, Director of Clinical Training - Pius XII Youth and Family Services, Clinic Director - Cocaine Clinic/Alcohol Clinic, Social Worker - Outpatient Mental Health Clinics treating children and families.
Additional Training/Speciality: Family Therapy - Minuchin & Calapinto Couples Therapy at Harvard University seminar in field instruction. Publications: Anthologies for Graduate Students. Research publications on a variety of topics. Presenter at International and National Conferences.
Committed to giving back to the community, she has been coined “Million Dollar Woman” for helping to raise over $1 million dollars for a variety of causes. She has served on The Council of Social Work Women’s Commission in Washington, D.C. and on the board of The Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan, the Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Val-Kill and Kidz4Causes.com. She is listed in the Cambridge Who’s Who Registry Among Executive and Professional Women and Who’s Who of American Women.
Dr. Michele Winchester-Vega has been awarded:
2016 Safe Homes' Mildred Warren Good Neighbor Award
2016 NCPA Lantern Honor for Sustainability
2014 AFP Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer Award
2014 Corsairs Cup, Newburgh Rowing Club
2012 Athena Award, Duchess County Chamber Foundation
2011 OC Tribute to Women of Achievement Bobbie Lahey Award
2010 National Association of Social Workers’ Hudson Valley Division Lifetime Achievement Award
Dr. Michele Winchester-Vega
DSW, LCSW-R, ACSW, DCSW, CASAC, DQSW
Dr. Kathleen Cary,
Iris is an expert in understanding insurance benefits, billing concerns, authorizations and advocating on behalf of clients. She also maintains all clinical records using strict HIPAA/Confidentiality guidelines.