Margaret Grubb, MA 


Margaret Grubb grew up in the Shenandoah Valley and received her undergraduate degree from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College before attending Eastern Mennonite University to obtain her Masters in Counseling.  After working with the disabled population in Orlando, Florida, she returned to the Valley where she provided intensive clinical supervision and direct services to families and children with a wide range of trauma histories.  Her close work with social service systems in Harrisonburg and the surrounding areas makes her a valuable resource for the Collins Center and those they serve.  Further, her studies in cross-cultural child abuse and training in attachment therapy approaches help bring a unique insight into the ways sexual trauma has an acute yet lasting impact on individuals.  Outside of work, she can be found enjoying the rich offerings of the area, specifically the mountains and rivers, or getting lost in stories on the stage or the screen.  

I am proud and honored to be a part of the work of the Collins Center. It is a gift to join others as they bravely face their experiences of sexual violence with resilience and openness to grow and heal.

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