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Interpersonal Practice in Integrated Health, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse Faculty

  • Gina M. Ambrogio

    Gina M. Ambrogio

    LEO Lecturer I
  • Richard Barinbaum

    Richard Barinbaum

    LEO Lecturer II
  • Alethia J. Battles

    Alethia J. Battles

    LEO Adjunct Lecturer & UMH Probate and Judicial Liaison
  • Lindsay A. Bornheimer

    Lindsay A. Bornheimer

    Associate Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School
    Risk factors for suicidal ideation and attempt among adults diagnosed with schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders; serious mental illness; depression; suicide prevention; intervention development, implementation, and evaluation; cognitive-behavioral therapy; evidence-based practice; structural equation modeling and longitudinal data analysis
  • Zaynab K. Boussi

    Zaynab K. Boussi

    Field Faculty and LEO Lecturer III
  • Daphne M. Brydon

    Daphne M. Brydon

    LEO Lecturer II
    In addition to her clinical interests, she is involved in research projects at UM School of Social Work, including the evaluation of the implementation and sustainability of evidence based practices within community mental health agencies in Michigan.
  • Amy C. Burandt

    Amy C. Burandt

    Field Faculty and LEO Lecturer III
  • Brooke B. Buys

    Brooke B. Buys

    LEO Lecturer I
  • Linda M. Chatters

    Linda M. Chatters

    Paula Allen-Meares Collegiate Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education, School of Public Health, and Faculty Associate, Research Center for Group Dynamics, ISR
    Religious involvement and well-being, social support networks of adult/elderly African Americans, intergenerational family relations, families and health.
  • Miriam A. Connolly

    Miriam A. Connolly

    Field Faculty and LEO Lecturer III
  • David Córdova

    David Córdova

    Associate Professor of Social Work
    Drug abuse, HIV/STI, prevention, community-based participatory research, adolescents, health disparities
  • Priscilla C. Cortez

    Priscilla C. Cortez

    LEO Lecturer I
  • Colleen E. Crane

    Colleen E. Crane

    LEO Lecturer II
  • Christina Dadswell

    Christina Dadswell

    Field Faculty and LEO Lecturer III
    Evidence-based practice/clinical interventions; disability; child/youth development; ethics; assessment & intervention development/implementation/evaluation
  • Abigail H. Eiler

    Abigail H. Eiler

    Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work, and Director of Undergraduate Minor Programs, School of Social Work
    Integrated Health, culturally-responsive care, social work and sports, social work ethics, suicide prevention and intervention, and child welfare service delivery.
  • Kallie J. England

    Kallie J. England

    LEO Lecturer I
  • Tammie B. Glenn

    Tammie B. Glenn

    LEO Lecturer II
  • Jaclynn M. Hawkins

    Jaclynn M. Hawkins

    Associate Professor of Social Work, Director, Vivian A. and James L. Curtis Center
    African American and Latino men's health; Social determinants of health/health disparities; Factors that contribute to access to and utilization of care; Diabetes self-management; Community-based interventions targeting low-income African Americans and Latinos
  • Jennifer T. Heckendorn

    Jennifer T. Heckendorn

    LEO Lecturer I
  • Todd I. Herrenkohl

    Todd I. Herrenkohl

    Marion Elizabeth Blue Professor of Children and Families
    Child maltreatment and the psychosocial and developmental underpinnings of health-risk behaviors in youth and adults; substance use, mental and physical health outcomes of adversity; and resilience.
  • Joseph A. Himle

    Joseph A. Himle

    Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Howard V. Brabson Collegiate Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, and Professor of Psychiatry, Medical School
    Mental health, anxiety, depression, psycosocial interventions, cognitive-behavioral therapy, interface between neurobiology and psychosocial interventions in mental health.
  • Kathryn K Irish

    Kathryn K. Irish

    LEO Lecturer II
  • Erin M. Khang

    Erin M. Khang

    Director of Field Education and Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
  • Ashley Lacombe-Duncan

    Ashley Lacombe-Duncan

    Associate Professor of Social Work
    Healthcare access and equity; social determinants of health; intersectional stigma and discrimination; LGBT people; people living with HIV; mixed methods; systematic reviews; community-based participatory research
  • Erin B. Martinez-Gilliard

    Erin B. Martinez-Gilliard

    LEO Lecturer II
  • Nasreen R. Meah

    Nasreen R. Meah

    LEO Lecturer I
  • Rachel T. Naasko

    Rachel T. Naasko

    Field Faculty, LEO Lec IV and Assistant Director of Field Education Program
    Children and Youth, Child Welfare, School Social Work, Social Workers in Higher Education, Crisis Management, Mental Health,
  • Robert M. Ortega

    Robert M. Ortega

    Associate Dean for Educational Programs and Associate Professor of Social Work
    Child welfare, juvenile justice, serious mental illness.
  • Rosalva Osorio Cooksy

    Rosalva Osorio Cooksy

    Field Faculty and LEO Lec IV
  • Brian E. Perron

    Brian E. Perron

    Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, and Faculty Associate, Populations Studies Center, Institute for Social Research
    Service research, data science, artificial intelligence, non-profit data consulting
  • Daicia R. Price

    Daicia R. Price

    Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work, and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Program Director
    Children and Families, Mental Health, Organizational Leadership, Supervision, Diversity and Inclusion, Gender Variances, Integrated Health, Suicide Prevention and Community Organization
  • Susan Radzilowski

    Susan Radzilowski

    LEO Lecturer II
  • Julie M. Ribaudo

    Julie M. Ribaudo

    Clinical Professor of Social Work
    Psychotherapy, community mental health, child welfare, public health, early intervention, challenging infants, mental health, infant mental health, clinical supervision
  • Yatesha D. Robinson

    Yatesha D. Robinson

    Academic Program Manager and Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor
    Wellbeing in African American women, mental health and wellbeing, health disparities, racial microaggressions, children and youth.
  • Monica D. Sampson

    Monica D. Sampson

    LEO Lecturer II
  • Laura L. Sanders

    Laura L. Sanders

    Teaching Professor and LEO Lecturer II
  • Beth A. Sherman

    Beth A. Sherman

    Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work
    Children and youth, school social work, prevention, and early intervention.
  • Matthew J. Smith

    Matthew J. Smith

    Associate Dean of Research and Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work
    Autism; Schizophrenia; Technology-based Interventions and Trainings; Social Neuroscience
  • Meghan M. Thiel

    Meghan M. Thiel

    LEO Intermittent Lecturer
  • Richard M. Tolman

    Richard M. Tolman

    Sheldon D. Rose Collegiate Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work
    Group work and family violence, interpersonal practice.
  • Jennifer K. Towns

    Jennifer K. Towns

    LEO Lecturer I
  • Aimee M. Vantine

    Aimée M. Vantine

    Field Faculty and LEO Lecturer III
  • V. Paige Walker

    V. Paige Walker

    LEO Lecturer I
  • Stephen R. Wiland

    Stephen R. Wiland

    LEO Lecturer II
    Integrated treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders; trauma-informed and trauma-specific treatment services.
  • Mieko Yoshihama

    Mieko Yoshihama

    Professor of Social Work
    Violence against women, community organizing and participatory action research in immigrant and marginalized communities, theatre-based prevention, mental health.
  • Lacea M. Zavala

    Lacea M. Zavala

    Learning Experience Design Lead and LEO Adjunct Lecturer
    Lacea Zavala, MSW ‘07, is the Lead Learning Experience Designer and an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Michigan School of Social Work, and a child abuse prevention community organizer. Lacea worked for over 20 years in a variety of positions across the child welfare system, with the majority of her work being in Southeast Michigan. She is passionate about preserving families, preventing child abuse and neglect, and joining with the community to support children and families to thrive.
  • Bradley J. Zebrack

    Bradley J. Zebrack

    Professor of Social Work
    Cancer support, social work oncology
  • Anao Zhang

    Anao Zhang

    Assistant Professor of Social Work
    Health and mental; Evidence-based practice; Psychosocial oncology; Social determinants of health; Integrated behavioral health; and Quantitative methods.

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