Maggie Mullen, LCSW, DBT-LBC


Maggie Mullen, LCSW, DBT-LBC (they/them) is a clinical social worker, international trainer, and author. They have worked at Kaiser Permanente in Richmond for the last 10 years on the Clinical Case Management and DBT teams. Maggie specializes in culturally responsive, evidence-based care for psychotic spectrum disorders, DBT and DBT-PE, the LBGTQ+ community, and formerly incarcerated people. They are a DBT-Linehan Board of Certification, Certified Clinician™ and trained as a Sex Educator by San Francisco Sex Information. Maggie is also the author of The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Psychosis, a self-help book designed for people experiencing psychosis and their loved ones. They have also published clinical chapters on offering DBT for people experiencing psychosis.

As a Training Director at Kaiser Richmond, Maggie takes great pride in mentoring, training, and supervising the next generation of therapists. They consider being a clinical supervisor and educator as one of the best parts of their job. They are committed to helping students provide culturally aligned, evidence-based treatments that center intersectionality. Maggie’s teaching style utilizes humor and irreverence frequently while deeply valuing each student’s strengths.

Maggie has worked as a provider of individual and group therapy, client advocacy, and clinical case management services for racially and economically diverse populations in settings such as non-profits, health care companies, prisons, and county agencies. Maggie received their MSW at the University of California, Berkeley. Their pre-masters experience focused on community activism for criminal justice reform, gender equity, and disability justice.