- November 18, 2014
As reported in PLOS ONE, a study by the School of Social Work's Social Intervention Group found that both multimedia and face-to-face interventions worked well in reducing HIV risks for formerly incarcerated women in New York City who are on parole or under some form of community supervision.More
INFORMATION SESSION: DBT Training Program
Students, find out about CSSW's 12-month-long rigorous clinical training experience for Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or DBT. Go to DBT Training and Lab site.
CLINICAL & COMMUNITY PRACTICE GRAND ROUNDS: "Carl Rogers and Humanistic-Experiential Theory"
With Sarton Weinraub, Ph.D.; Elvira Medus, LCSW (MS'08); and Mark Rodgers, an expert on human-centered design. Drawing on a reconsideration of the work of pioneering mental health practitioner Carl Rogers, the focus will be on the results of recent comparative outcomes research (medical v humanistic client-centered models) and on their own clinical experiences.