Congratulations to all the new Doctors of Social Work!
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Jordan Welch for her successful defense on her Capstone Project entitled Somatic Symptoms in Adult Female-Identified Survivors of Sexual Assault.
Congratulations to Dr. Chinh Duong for her successful defense of her Capstone II research paper An Ecological Approach to Maternal Depression Post Miscarriage.
Congratulations to Dr. Anna Wolf on successfully defending her capstone research project titled Frontline Service Providers’ Perceptions, Experiences, and Awareness of Commercial Sexual Exploitation among Undocumented Latinx Child Welfare-Involved Youth.
Congratulations to Dr. Chris McFalls-Steger who successfully defended her DSW Capstone research paper The Effectiveness of Animal-assisted Psychotherapy (AAP) in Treatment of Adults 18 and over with Depressive Symptoms: A Retrospective Quasi-Experimental Study. In addition, Dr. McFalls-Steger had a revised version of her Capstone I accepted for publication.
Congratulations to Dr. Michelle Maddalozzo on the successful oral defense of her capstone two paper entitled Utilization of Web Based Training to Train Clinicians in the Prolonged Exposure Protocol.
Congratulations to Dr. Ashley Childers, UTCSW Associate Professor of Practice, on the successful oral defense of her Capstone Project entitled Non-Tenure Track Faculty: Organizational Culture and Workplace Belongingness.
Congratulations to Dr. Lar’Mara Henderson on the successful oral defense of her Capstone II paper entitled U.S. Army Behavioral Health Services Utilization Patterns among Active-Duty Soldiers Before and After Implementation of the Defense Health Agency’s Embedded Behavioral Health (EBH) Model of Care.
Congratulations to Dr. Stephanie Senogles who passed her oral defense on her Capstone II Project entitled CBT-I Participation and the Effect on Discontinuation of Hypnotics for Patients with Insomnia.
Congratulations to Dr. Portia Granger who passed her oral defense of her Capstone II Project entitled Adapting Mindfulness Acceptance Commitment (MAC) Training to Address Racial Stress, Coping and Flow among African American Male Collegiate Athletes.
Congratulations to LTC Dr. Christopher J. Guenthner who passed his oral defense on his Capstone Project entitled Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences, Combat Deployment Experiences, and Adult Attachment.