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Shanika Lavi Wilson

 

S. Lavi Wilson, DSW, LCAS, LCSW

Entered DSW Program in January 2014.

Program Completion: August, 2014, with the successful defense of her Capstone II project.

Previous Degrees

Masters of Science in Social Work (MSSW) with a concentration in Mental Health and Substance Abuse from the University of Wisconsin Madison

BA in Psychology from the University of Connecticut

Capstone II Title

Assessing the Relationship Between Mental Health Symptoms and?Alcohol Consequences in College Drinkers

Current News and Plans

Shanika Lavi Wilson

Shanika Lavi Wilson has completed all of the requirements for the Doctor of Social Work program with the defense of her Capstone II project entitled, "Assessing the Relationship Between Mental Health Symptoms and Alcohol Consequences in College Drinkers." Wilson was one of the DSW Class of 2014 leaders who was elected to serve as student representative for the group.

Shanika  Lavi Wilson is currently a Virtual Field Faculty Advisor for the Case Western Reserve University Virtual Master of Science in Social Administration (MSSA) program. She is also a Lecturer in Social Work at North Carolina State University and recently joined the Carolina Partners in Mental Health Care, PLLC Wake Forest Office as a Licensed Therapist.

She received her BA in Psychology from the University of Connecticut, Masters of Science in Social Work (MSSW) with a concentration in Mental Health and Substance Abuse from the University of Wisconsin Madison, and her Doctor of Social Work (DSW) with a concentration in Clinical Practice and Leadership from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. She is a Licensed Clinical Addiction
Specialist (LCAS) and Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of
North Carolina.


 

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