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About Bruce Maag
After receiving his Bachelor’s in Psychology from Ohio State University, Bruce Maag went on to attend the University of Dayton to pursue his Master’s degree. In 1975, he graduated with his Masters in Counseling from the University of Dayton and has since devoted his life to his work.
It has not been difficult for Bruce Maag to achieve all the goals he has, for his true passion is helping others. Bruce Maag is currently a licensed social worker and counselor in the state of Ohio. He is a Diplomat of the American Psychotherapy Association and is also one of several founders of the Foster Family Based Treatment Association, of which he was the fifth president. Maag served on the Board of FFTA for 10 years, and in 1994, he received the Virginia Colson award from the Ohio Association for Child Caring Agencies for his services to children, youth, and families in the state of Ohio.
Today, Bruce Maag is an integral part of various local and national groups and organizations aimed at aiding children in need. Bruce is currently a member of the American Personnel and Guidance Association, the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, the American Correctional Association, the American Youth Work Center, Ohio Personnel and Guidance Association, St. Charles Catholic Church, National Foster Parent Association, and Foster Family Based Treatment Association.
Extra Circular Activities
Social activist Bruce Maag is also a very physically active sports lover. He loves to play softball, football, basketball, baseball, tennis, and volleyball. He also loves spending time outdoors swimming, hiking, and camping. Maag has even been the Coach of various little league and volleyball teams for young people.