- Prospective Students
- Current Students
- Reuben Miller Receives Outstanding Mentor Award
- Ann Nguyen Successfully Defends Dissertation, "Social Support Network Typologies and Mental Health among African Americans"
- Kathleen Faller Presents at University of Pennsylvania’s One Child, Many Hands: Multidisciplinary Conference on Child Welfare
- Daniel Saunders Published in Journal of Child Custody
- Kristin Seefeldt Interviews with Michigan Radio's State of Opportunity on Debt
- Registration and Course Planning Q&A for Fall 2015 Incoming MSW Students
Do you have any questions before you register? This session is designed for Fall 2015 incoming MSW students and will be devoted to answering registration and course planning questions sent in by attendees.
This is an off-site, web-based session and may be attended via the Internet.
- Summer New Student Program - July 8, 2015
Incoming MSW students are required to attend an on-campus Summer New Student Program session prior to Fall Orientation.
An email will be sent out in May to all incoming students to let them know when they are eligible to register for a session. The email will also provide available summer session dates. Sessions will be held in conjunction with registration dates; however, if you are unable to attend the summer session on the same date as your registration, note that we will have summer session dates the week prior to and during the week of Fall Orientation that will not have registration on the agenda.
- Current Treatment for Trauma Survivors
This mini-course will provide an overview to trauma treatment for the individual. Assessment will include evaluation of individual strengths, how the individual has coped through different developmental stages, the individual’s present coping skills, ways of creating relationships with others and gaining support from others. Self-regulation and self-soothing techniques are evaluated including presentation of post-traumatic stress disorder in individuals, individual methods of emotion regulation and settling down emotions, ability to stay present in activities, meaning of spirituality or religion, connection to physical body, and impact of shame on the individual.
- Theory and Practice of Infant Mental Health
This course will examine the principles of early intervention with families of infants and young children. Using attachment theory as a foundation, we will examine best practices in supporting early developing relationships between infants and young children and their caregivers. Special attention will be given to understanding the processes through which practitioners can promote infant well-being and expand parenting capacity to nurture and protect their children.