USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Los Angeles, CA, US

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The USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work is a leader in social work and nursing education and research. The school integrates the science of social work with real-world practice to improve the well-being of vulnerable individuals and communities and advance social and economic justice on a local, national and global scale.

Experts (491)

Umeka Franklin

Umeka Franklin

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Children, Youth and Families

Clinical Social Worker focused on children and families, experienced with military veterans for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Social Work Nephrology Psychiatric Social Work Children Youth and Families Medical Social Work Traumatic Events Social Work Education

Christina Paddock

Christina Paddock

Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work Field Education Dept. of Children Youth and Families

Clinical social work expert, focusing on public child welfare and early intervention.

Welfare Stipend Programs Public Child Welfare Children Youth and Families Developmental Delays and Disabilities

Evangelina Reina

Evangelina Reina

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dept. of Social Change & Innovation

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Family Therapy Child Abuse and Neglect Child Welfare Social Work Mental Health Children's Social Work Children and Families

Michelle Gentle

Michelle Gentle

Adjunct Lecturer Dept. of Children Youth and Families

Michelle Gentle is an expert on human behavior and the social environment, and grief, loss and bereavement.

Clinical Social Work Social Work Human Behavior Social Services Social Work Education

Shelly Abernathy

Shelly Abernathy

Adjunct Lecturer Dept. of Adult Mental Health and Wellness

Shelly Abernathy's research is focused on adults and healthy aging.

Social Work Healthy Aging Adults

John Bucholtz

John Bucholtz

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dept. of Adult Mental Health and Wellness

Adjunct Assistant Professor focused on federal policy for veterans and their families as well as military trauma.

Homeland Security Military Social Work Cognitive - Behavioral Interventions Veterans and Military Families Experiential Therapies Psychological Healing Social Work Education National Security

Deidre Norville

Deidre Norville

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dept. of Social Change & Innovation

Adjunct Assistant Professor focused on program management of government, in-prison and community-based programs.

Homelessness Community-based Programs Program Management of Government Macro Practice Organizational Development In-Prison Programs Domestic Violence

Jennifer Roberts

Jennifer Roberts

Adjunct Assistant Professor Dept. of Children Youth and Families

Clinical social worker with a penchant for veterans' affairs

Clinical Social Work Veterans

Candace Smith

Candace Smith

Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work Field Education Dept. of Adult Mental Health and Wellness

Dr. Smith specializes in Adults and Healthy Aging.

Adults and Healthy Aging

Jamila Hankins

Jamila Hankins

Adjunct Lecturer Dept. of Children Youth and Families

Licensed master social worker whose research interests include child welfare issues.

Foster Care Child Welfare Issues Social Work Mental Health

Industry Experience (10)

  • Education/Learning
  • Research
  • Social Services
  • Health and Wellness
  • Mental Health Care
  • Professional Training and Coaching
  • Public Policy
  • Program Development
  • Health Care - Services
  • Elder Care