Associate Professor Emeritus Brett Seabury has a primary interest in interpersonal practice and has practiced social work in mental health and child welfare settings, as well as in the U.S. Army. His current research and teaching interests are social work education, time-limited practice, using metaphors in social work practice, and indigenous (alternative) healing systems. His most current interests involve the use of information technology in the classroom, and the use of the Internet to deliver interactive video simulations designed to teach social work practice skills. Another area of research/scholarly interest is mental health. He retired in June 2009.
Interpersonal practice, radical critique, indigenous healing systems.
|1976||DSW||Social Welfare||Columbia University, New York, NY|
|1966||MSW||Social Work Casework||Simmons College, Boston, MA|
|1964||BA||Psychology||Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT|
|1993||The Dissemination of Interactive Video Technology in Social Work Education" ($4970). The Lois & Samuel Silberman Fund, New York, New York|
|1989||"Computer Assisted Interactive Video Simulation of Social Work Practice," ($2500) Faculty Development Fund, The Center For Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan|
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