Carlean Gilbert, D.S.W.
Title/s: Associate Professor
Office #: Lewis Towers 1207
BS Bowling Green State University
MSW The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
DSW The City University of New York
Clinical Practice in Health Care Settings, Brief Treatment, Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Advanced Practice of Social Work with Groups
Changing methods and models of supervision in health care settings
Professional & Community Affiliations
Editor, The Clinical Supervisor: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice
Editorial Board, Social Work in Health Care
Chair, Health Track for the Council on Social Work Education
Member, National Board for Case Management
Taught Social Work with Groups at the John Felice Campus in Rome
Recent Faculty Scholarship:
Kadushin, G., Berger, C., Gilbert, M. D., & de St. Aubin, M. (in press). Models and methods in hospital social work supervision. The Clinical Supervisor: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice.
Gilbert, M. C. (2009). Other conditions that may occur in childhood or develop in adolescence. In Boyd Webb, N. (Ed.), Helping children and adolescents with chronic and serious medical conditions: A strengths-based approach. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Gilbert, M. C. (2009). Spirituality in groups. In Gitterman, A. & Salmon, R. Encyclopedia of Social Work Groups. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, pp.97-99.
Loyola University Summer Research Stipend (2009)
Clinical Supervision, Children’s Health and Mental Health, Social Group Work
Recent Faculty Shcolarship:
• Gilbert, M. C. (In press). Other conditions that may occur in childhood or develop in adolescence. In N. Boyd Webb (Ed.) Helping youth and families cope with acute and chronic health conditions: A collaborative strengths-based guide to practice. John Wiley & Sons.
• Gilbert, M. C. (2009). Spirituality in groups. In Gitterman, A., & Salmon, R. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of social work with groups. New York: Routledge.
• Gilbert, M. C. (2008). [Review of Vigen, A. M. (2006). Women, ethics, and inequality in U.S. healthcare. New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.] Journal of Poverty: Innovations on Social, Economic, and Political Inequalities, 12(2), 262-264.