As a special bonus to his 2017 Austin Lecture, Dr. Jonathan Singer will join with Elisabeth Counselman Carpenter for a Facebook Live discussion of the impact of technology on the social work profession.
How it works: At noon on Monday, go to the CSSW Facebook page. The event will last 45 minutes
About the Presenters
Jonathan Singer is an associate professor at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Social Work; he is the author of 45 publications including the 2015 book, Suicide in Schools as well as the White Paper Practice Innovation through Technology in the Digital Age. He is also the founder of the award-winning Social Work Podcast. For more information, go to his faculty bio page.
Elisabeth (Beth) Counselman-Carpenter, LCSW, PhD, is a full-time professor of clinical practice at Columbia School of Social Work, teaching courses on (among other topics) clinical interventions, evaluation, and the application of risk and resilience theories and research to at-risk populations. This past semester, with the help of a grant from the Provost’s Office, Counselman-Carpenter developed a “flipped classroom” model for Advanced Clinical Practice with Children and Families, for which her students designed innovative technologies for their final projects. In addition to her role as educator, she has her own private practice, providing individual, group, and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. For more information, please see Professor Counselman-Carpenter’s CSSW bio.