Matthew Feldman teaches Clinical Case Evaluation at the Columbia School of Social Work (CSSW).

Mr. Feldman is a social work practitioner with six years of clinical experience in diverse healthcare and community-based settings in New York City. His past clinical experience has included work with children and families at the St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center, in both the child psychiatry and HIV outpatient clinics. His current practice, through the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, is primarily with older adults and their families coping with mental or physical illnesses.

Mr. Feldman is a Ph.D. candidate in Advanced Social Work Practice at CSSW. He is currently working with Dr. Nabila El-Bassel at the CSSW Social Intervention Group (SIG) on Project EBAN, a multi-site intervention study of HIV serodiscordant couples. His work focuses on the development and implementation of the quality assurance protocol. For his dissertation, Mr. Feldman is examining the relationship between domestic violence and HIV-risk related behaviors in Latino gay men.

He is a BA graduate of Brandeis University and received his MSW from CSSW in 1998.

Recent Publication:

Feldman, M. (2003). Perinatally HIV-infected adolescents and adherence: Clinical and concrete possibilities. In Alan Rice and Barbara Willinger (Eds.) A History of AIDS Social Work in Hospitals: A Daring Response to an Epidemic (pp. 277-286). New York: Haworth Press.