JEFFREY SKINNER, MDiv, Vanderbilt, MSSW, University of Tennessee, LCSW, is a senior academic professional at the School of Social Work at The University of Georgia where he coordinates the BSW field education program, teaches practice courses in the BSW program as well as clinical courses in the MSW program. He has co-authored book chapters and articles in the areas of human behavior, practice and theory relationships, person- centered therapy, and field education. He has also presented at Baccalaureate Program Directors and Council on Social Work Education’s annual meetings on field education and BSW pedagogy. Prior to entering academia, he practiced as a clinical social worker and program manager for over 30 years. He has practiced in public and private agencies and in private practice. His area of practice interest is adolescent individual and family therapy and post adoption adjustment. He has managed EAP programs and direct managed care programs at a private family service agency. He was a post-masters social work fellow at the Menninger Foundation.

 

 

Note: Cover design and material from Social Work Field Directors: Foundations for Excellence
by C.A. Hunter, J. K. Moen, and M. S. Raskin (Eds.), (2014) Chicago: Lyceum.
Copyright 2014 by Lyceum Books, Inc. Reprinted with permission.