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|D.S.W., Columbia University School of Social Work||May 1981|
|M.S.W., Tulane University School of Social Work||May 1969|
|B.A., Rhodes College, with honors, Phi Beta Kappa||May 1967|
Courses TaughtSWRK 324 Human Behavior in the Social Environment: Individual, Family & Small Groups
SWRK 325 Human Behavior in the Social Environment: Social Systems, Institutions & Organizations
SWRK 326 Generalist Social Work
SWRK 327 The Helping Process
SWRK 338 Introduction to Field Work
SWRK 426 Creating Change through Social Work Practice I
SWRK 436 Field Work
SWRK 437 Advanced Field Work
SWRK 463 Field Work Seminar
SWRK 464 Senior Seminar In Soc Work
SWRK 472 Sexual Orientation&Gender ID
SWRK 571 Women's Issues In Soc Wk Practicum
SWRK 572 Sexual Orientation&Gender ID
Currently Teachinghuman behavior and the social environment (micro and macro),
generalist practice theory and skills, womenâ€™s issues, sexual orientation and gender
Areas of Expertisesocial work and clinical practice, womenâ€™s issues
Present Service ActivitiesSenior Action in a Gay Environment/Rhode Island - - outreach to older lesbians and gay men and education and advocacy with the elder service network. Clinical practice. Trainer on lesbian and gay topics in social work practice and on family adoption Issues.
Past ExperienceLGBT community development, working with battered women and providing supervision to therapists working with men who batter, clinical practice and training in alcoholism, social work in mental health settings, feminist therapy.
Recent TrainingsSexual Orientation in Clinical Work with Families. Social Work with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Issues in Field Instruction. Use of Space and Structure To Foster Diversity and Equity in the Classroom. Reaching Invisible Elders: Lesbians and Gay Men over 60. Lesbian and Gay Families: A Conversation with Would-be Teachers.
Selected PresentationsA family-centered multi-disciplinary model of care for co-infected (HIV and
Hepatitis C) patients.