Caleb Stephens

Ph.D. Student, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Primary office:
Murphy Hall
Room #502

Caleb Stephens is a LMSW (Licensed Master Social Worker) and a LMAC (Licensed Master’s Addictions Counselor). He graduated from Bethel College, Kansas, in 2011, and graduated from the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare in 2014. Caleb worked in Child Welfare as a Reintegration Case Manager and then a Intensive In-Home Therapist, from 2011 through 2014. He is an activist for Social Justice, and specializes in Intrapersonal Conflict, Identity, and the different intersectionalities of Race, Substance Abuse, Coping, and Hope; he implements those through his company called IdentiFight.  Consequential to Caleb's formerly noted foci he is competent in speicalized work encompassing the Black Narrative. His emphasis centers around the understanding of Safety, Truth, and Hope. He utilizes various sources of strength and connection, to create safe spaces to empower authentic, intentional Truths. Caleb enjoys working out, writing, speaking on various issues, and pouring into the Lawrence and University of Kansas community. Oh, and he loves food. 


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