Mary Eldredge, LMSW, joined the Office of Field Education July 20, 2015. Mary has professional experience at the interpersonal and macro levels in healthcare, child welfare, mental health and juvenile justice. Mary is an experienced clinician, policy writer, program developer, and grant author. She has been employed in governmental, community-based, hospital, residential, outpatient and in-home capacities and she was the co-developer of a quality assurance program endorsed by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Program of the U.S. Department of Justice. Her most recent experience was with an outpatient Obstetrics-Gynecology practice where she was charged with restructuring obstetric care to fully address the psycho-social needs of patients. In this position she was successful in obtaining grant funding to support enhanced services for these patients. Mary has provided field supervision for both BSW and MSW students from a variety of universities for many years. She has been a master social worker for 12 years and has also provided private clinical supervision.
Integrated Health, Maternal/Obstetric Care, Mental Health, Combined Micro/Macro Practice, Juvenile Justice, Self-Care, Ethics and Supervision