Janice Mace
Senior Counselor, National Center for School Mental Health at the University of Maryland

Janice Mace is a senior counselor at the University of Maryland’s National Center for School Mental Health. For nearly a decade, Ms. Mace has partnered with school districts to develop their Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) programming. She has extensive experience providing a variety of school-based behavioral health services in both clinical and programmatic capacities.

Currently, Ms. Mace serves as the Project Coordinator for Maryland’s State Opioid Response—Student Assistance Program as well as co-developer and coordinator of a district-wide substance use prevention and early intervention initiative for Baltimore County Public Schools. Her prior roles include the provision of program development and implementation support, training and professional learning, collaborative staff consultation, and direct client services in general education, self-contained special education, and residential treatment settings. In addition, Ms. Mace maintains a small private practice in her Baltimore, Maryland hometown, where she offers clinical and consultative services for personal and business growth.

Janice Mace is a senior counselor at the University of Maryland’s National Center for School Mental Health. For nearly a decade, Ms. Mace has partnered with school districts to develop their Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) programming. She has extensive experience providing a variety of school-based behavioral health services in both clinical and programmatic capacities.

Currently, Ms. Mace serves as the Project Coordinator for Maryland’s State Opioid Response—Student Assistance Program as well as co-developer and coordinator of a district-wide substance use prevention and early intervention initiative for Baltimore County Public Schools. Her prior roles include the provision of program development and implementation support, training and professional learning, collaborative staff consultation, and direct client services in general education, self-contained special education, and residential treatment settings. In addition, Ms. Mace maintains a small private practice in her Baltimore, Maryland hometown, where she offers clinical and consultative services for personal and business growth.

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Janice Mace
Senior Counselor, National Center for School Mental Health at the University of Maryland
January 27, 2020