Michele Felix “Mikki”, DBH, LCSW Assistant Director of Behavioral Science and Residency Development
Behavioral Science Faculty
Program Evaluation Committee Chair
About Me: Mikki is a graduate of Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ, Doctor of Behavioral Health, and received a Master of Social Work from Marywood University. She is certified in Trauma Cognitive Behavior Therapy, a Certified Trainer in Question Persuade Refer (QPR) Suicide Prevention Education, EMDR Trained and Balint Trained.
Mikki is also a member of the American Balint Society, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and the National Association of Social Workers, Co-Chair of the PA National Association of Social Worker Clinical Care Committee and has participated in developing Modules of Integrated Behavior Health and Primary Care practice for Clinical Social Workers; she has presented at multiple state and national conferences. At St. Luke’s, she serves as one of the faculty and her professional interests include Integrated Behavior Health & Primary Care and Trauma-Informed Care. She has been at St. Luke’s for almost two years. Prior to that, she worked at LVHN for over 30 years as a therapist and a community health senior specialist. Born in Allentown, PA, Mikki has been married for 28 years, she has one daughter, three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren; she enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, listening to live music, spending time with family, friends, and her dog.
What She Hope to Gain:
I enjoy learning to expand my knowledge and enhance my skills. I believe that the TNI training will enrich my teaching and interactions for emotional development, growth, and processing with students, residents, fellows, staff, and colleagues. Integrated care supports patient-centered care and TNI training allows the opportunity to facilitate training with colleagues from multiple disciplines to further develop this knowledge in those who participate in this training experience.