Daicia Price joined the Office of Field Education with the School of Social Work as a field faculty on February 15, 2016.
Prior to becoming a part of the OFI team, Daicia served as Clinical Practice Improvement Specialist in Wayne County with a focus on workforce development. During her time there, she was instrumental in creating a centralized student training program that included collaboration with University of Michigan Detroit Clinical Scholar program.
She earned her MSW degree from Eastern Michigan University. Daicia has been a field instructor for Washtenaw Community College, Eastern Michigan University, Wayne State University, Michigan State University and University of Michigan supporting students in their professional development.
Daicia has gained clinical and macro practice experience in juvenile justice, community mental health, housing, schools and foster care. She has an interest working to retain healthcare providers in areas experiencing shortages. Daicia is committed to ensuring that new professionals are equipped with the necessary skills to enter the workforce as competent leaders to reach out, raise hope and change society.
Children and Families, Mental Health, Organizational Leadership, Supervision, Diversity and Inclusion, Gender Variances, Integrated Health, Suicide Prevention and Community Organization
|(734) email@example.com||3834 SSWB||University of Michigan|
School of Social Work
1080 S. University Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
|2005||MSW||Family & Children Services||Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti|
|2004||BSW||Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti|
|Trauma-informed Programs and Practices for Schools (TIPPS)|
|2020||Price, D. (2020). Creating Common Language to Deconstruct Racism in Social Work Graduate Education. Joint World Conference for Social Work and Social Development Scientific Committee, Rimini, Italy.|
|2020||Price, D. (2020). Inclusive Teaching Practices for Social Work Field Education. Joint World Conference for Social Work and Social Development Scientific Committee, Rimini, Italy.|
|2020||Price, D. (2020). African-Centered Social Work theory and practice: The importance of inclusion of values, culture and engagement practices in service to Black/African-American individuals, organizations and communities. Joint World Conference for Social Work and Social Development Scientific Committee, Rimini, Italy.|
|2019||Price, D. (2019). Behavioral Health Workforce Training: Preparing MSW Students for Work in Behavioral Health and Integrated Health Settings. International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, York, England.|
|2018||Price, D. (2018). Supervision & Teaching: Maintaining the balance in field instruction. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Orlando, FL.|
|2018||Price, D. (2018). University and Community Collaborations: Lessons Learned. Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, Dublin, Ireland.|
|2018||Price, D. (2018). Lights, Camera, Action! Unique seminar approaches preparing students to face Grand Challenges. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Dallas, TX.|
|2018||Price, D. (2018). Utilizing an Africentric Approach to Practice as a Social Work. Educator Workshop, Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Dallas, TX.|
|2017||Price, D. (2017). Keynote Address: Bi-Centennial Graduate Ceremony, University of Michigan, August 2017.|
|2017||Price, D. (2017). Innovative Interprofessional Field Instruction in Community Mental Health: Collaboration between University and Prepaid Inpatient Health Plan Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, GA.|
|2016||Price, D. (2016). Innovative Interprofessional Field Instruction in Community Mental Health. National Council for Behavioral Health Poster Presentation, Las Vegas, NV.|
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106