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Assistant Professor of Social Work
Kat Carrick is an assistant professor in the Department of Social Work with a primary assignment in the MSW Program. Dr. Carrick earned her PhD from the University of Pittsburgh, Master’s in Clinical Social Work from Smith College, and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Chatham University. Over the past twenty years, she has worked in all aspects of direct service delivery from grassroots activism, to community mental health, to foster care, to inpatient psychiatric, trauma, hospital social work, administration, and social work education. Her research interests include health care disparities, LBGT cultural competency, and using technology to teach clinical skills. Dr. Carrick typically Family Violence , Ethics, International Social Work, Clinical practice with Groups, Human Behavior & Social Environment and Domestic Violence. She also serves as a faculty advisor for ASU’s Gay-Straight Alliance.
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