Parents and children in the child welfare system struggle with multiple challenges, including court-ordered visits that are necessary for parents who want to remain close to their children and regain custody in the future.
Strive parenting-skills program expands reach in Washington state and beyond
New associate dean for faculty excellence continues School’s tradition of transformative research
David Takeuchi was recently appointed associate dean for faculty excellence at the School of Social Work. In this position, he will look for ways to enable faculty, researchers and doctoral students to establish new research programs, enhance career trajectories and uncover new scholarship opportunities.
Ryan Petros leads project to increase recovery odds for those with serious mental illness
Adults with severe and persistent mental illness die 15 to 25 years earlier than those without serious mental illness. With a grant from the Many Minds Collaborative, Assistant Professor Ryan Petros is evaluating a new tool that supports recovery for people with chronic mental illness.
“Come As You Are” exhibit celebrates art and community
“Come As You Are,” an art exhibition from the LEAP Artist Collective, opens October 10 at the School of Social Work’s first floor gallery. The exhibit continues through December 13.
Fredriksen Goldsen receives inaugural NIH Sexual & Gender Minority Distinguished Investigator Award
The National Institutes of Health’s Sexual & Gender Minority Research Office (SGMRO) has selected Karen Fredriksen Goldsen to receive its 2019 Distinguished Investigator Award.