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Daphne M. Brydon

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Daphne M. Brydon

Daphne Brydon, MSW '09 and PhD '21, is a licensed social worker with nearly 20 years of direct practice with adults and children within hospitals (inpatient, outpatient, emergency department), community organizations and education settings. She is licensed in Michigan with both clinical and macro specialties and provides supervision to early-career social workers across the state. Brydon has almost a decade of experience teaching graduate courses in social work and psychology at the University of Denver and the University of Michigan.

In addition to her clinical work, Brydon has been involved in numerous research and evaluation projects related to the implementation and sustainability of behavioral health interventions within community and state-based agencies — in Michigan and Colorado.

Brydon’s current research agenda seeks to facilitate the development of trauma-informed behavioral health interventions and practice for individuals involved with the criminal legal system, especially those who become involved as minors.

Research Interests/Focus

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.

Education

Year Degree   School
2021 PhD Social Work & University of Denver, Denver, CO
2009 MSW IP / Health University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2004 MS MFT Marriage and Family Therapy Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Psychology, Pasadena, CA
1999 BA Psychology and Business Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI

Spring / Summer 2022

Course Catalog

Interpersonal Practice Interventions in Integrated Health, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse (Adults) SW602

Instructor: Daphne M. Brydon
Time: Tue 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: 2752 SSWB
Program Type: Residential
Format: In-Person
Credits: 3 Credit Hours

Death, Loss and Grief SW617

Instructor: Daphne M. Brydon
Time: Tue 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: B780 SSWB
Program Type: Residential
Format: In-Person
Credits: 3 Credit Hours

Past Term Courses

Winter 2022

Course # Section Course Name
SW601 011 Applied Assessment Skills in Integrated Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse View Course

Spring / Summer 2021

Course # Section Course Name
SW601 001 Applied Assessment Skills in Integrated Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse View Course
SW601 002 Applied Assessment Skills in Integrated Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse View Course

Winter 2021

Course # Section Course Name
SW601 002 Applied Assessment Skills in Integrated Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse View Course

Fall 2020

Course # Section Course Name
SW521 013 Interpersonal Practice with Individuals, Families and Small Groups View Course
SW602 002 Interpersonal Practice Interventions in Integrated Health, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse (Adults) View Course

Spring / Summer 2020

Course # Section Course Name
SW628 003 Interpersonal Practice with Adult Individuals View Course
SW630 002 Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare View Course

Winter 2020

Course # Section Course Name
SW625 004 Interpersonal Practice with Children and Youth View Course

Fall 2019

Course # Section Course Name
SW560 004 Intro to Com Org, Mgt & Policy/Eval Pract View Course

Spring / Summer 2019

Course # Section Course Name
SW628 003 Interpersonal Practice with Adult Individuals View Course
SW630 003 Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare View Course

Winter 2019

Course # Section Course Name
SW625 003 Interpersonal Practice with Children and Youth View Course

Fall 2018

Course # Section Course Name
SW560 006 Intro to Com Org, Mgt & Policy/Eval Pract View Course
SW628 001 Interpersonal Practice with Adult Individuals View Course

Spring / Summer 2018

Course # Section Course Name
SW628 002 Interpersonal Practice with Adult Individuals View Course
SW628 003 Interpersonal Practice with Adult Individuals View Course

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