Ms. Santaga has been working for many years in the mental health field with students in urban and suburban areas. She has worked in settings including community resource centers, partial hospitalization programs, outpatient programs and schools. Most recently, she worked in a Boston public school as a Spanish speaking mental health therapist with urban children and teenagers of immigrant families from Central and South America. Ms. Santaga earned her Bachelors in Social Work from the University of Iowa, with minors in Spanish and Human Relations. She then moved to Boston and earned her Masters in Social Work at Boston College in a clinical, Children and Families track. She is currently practicing therapy with a License in Clinical Social Work (LCSW). Ms. Santaga has a passion for fusing the truths of the Bible about the way humans relate to one another and the world around them to her therapeutic work with students. It is imperative to her that students learn the worth and value they offer to their community and have within themselves as it is declared by their Savior Jesus Christ.