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Susan Radzilowski

LEO Lecturer II

Susan Radzilowski

Susan Radzilowski, MSW '82, has practiced in community mental health settings, K – 12 Public Schools, and Head Start Early and Head Start environments for more than 30 years. Radzilowski is an Endorsed Infant Family Specialist.

Radzilowski is currently the Lead Social Worker for the Detroit Institute for Children where she is assigned as a Mental Health Consultant to Matrix Head Start. She provides consultation around issues of mental wellness to teachers and parents of enrolled Head Start and Early Head Start children from age birth to five years. She also provides counseling and support to mothers at risk of perinatal depression. As a school social worker with Detroit Public Schools for 25 years, she worked with both general education and special education populations and with the Student Assistance Program (SAP).


Year Degree   School
1982 MSW Interpersonal Practice University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1979 BS Sociology and Psychology Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant
Year Description
2023 Working with Young Transgender Children and Their Families, NASW Maine Chapter (June, 2023)
2023 Faculty for Gender Identity and Clinical Concerns (Working with Trans Youth and Parents of Trans Youth), NASW Michigan Chapter (2022, 2023)
2023 Social Work Ethics Keynote for State Conference - Panel Presentation, NASW Michigan State Conference (May, 2023)
2023 Transgender & Gender Non-Binary (TGNB) Clients: Clinical Issues and Treatment Strategies, (March, 2023)
2022 Supporting Very Young Trans Clients and Their Families: Evidence-Informed Gender Affirming Principles of Care (June, 2022)
2022 Ethical Considerations on the State of Social Work Practice, NASW Michigan Chapter (August, 2022)
2020 School-Based Support Strategies for Transgender and Gender-Diverse Children & Adolescents (June, 2020)

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