Chris Booth, LMSW

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Clinical Care Coordinator

Chris Booth, LMSW, is a licensed social worker and clinical care coordinator on the family support and care coordination team at Marcus Autism Center. Chris completed her undergraduate degree in social work at the University of Georgia, where she began her career working with children and adolescents with developmental disabilities. Chris then moved to Atlanta and earned her graduate degree in social work at Georgia State University.

After working to help families access medical services and mental health services across the state, Chris joined the team at Marcus Autism Center in the research department. In her current position, she assists families in navigating treatment and connecting them to resources for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Chris serves as the care coordination liaison to families participating in the Research Program at Marcus Autism Center. Chris is also one of the handlers for Flip, the resident service dog at Marcus Autism Center.