Maggie Bridges, MSW, LCSW
BSW Field Education Director; Assistant Professor of Social Work
About Maggie Bridges, MSW, LCSW
Maggie Bridges came to the LC Social Work Program as a full-time faculty in 2017. She previously served as an Adjunct Professor in the program for the 2016-17 academic year. Mrs. Bridges has been a Licensed Master Social Worker in Louisiana since 2013 and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2017. She has previously worked with the Rapides Parish School System as a school social worker for 3.5 years. Mrs. Bridges’s other work experiences include serving as a therapist in an out-patient mental health facility providing individual, family, and group therapy.
Mrs. Bridges serves as an Assistant Professor of Social Work, teaching multiple courses across the curriculum. She also serves as the BSW Field Education Director in which she develops potential internships, places students, and oversees the field practicums. Mrs. Bridges is a co-sponsor for the Social Work Club and Phi Alpha Social Work National Honor Society, of which she is a member.
Mrs. Bridges feels honored to teach at her alma mater, where she met her husband, Chris. They have two sons, Beckett and Sawyer. Mrs. Bridges enjoys spending time with her family, serving in her church, and traveling.
- Master of Social Work – Louisiana State University
- Bachelor of Social Work – Louisiana College
Academic Programs and Courses Taught
- BSW Program
- Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare (SW 101)
- Human Behavior in the Social Environment I & II (SW 347 & 348)
- Research Methods for Social Work (SW 350)
- Social Problems (SW 223)
- Social Work Field Practicum Seminar (SW 436; 438)