Joan Greenstone Lecture 2022
The Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work and Institute for Clinical Social Work are excited to invite you to attend the Joan Greenstone Lecture being held on December 2, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Guest lecturer Usha Tummala-Narra, PhD from Boston University will speak on the topic of "Addressing Racial Trauma in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision."
The lecture will be held in the Schreiber Center, Room 908 on LUC's Water Tower Campus (16 E. Pearson Street, Chicago, Il, 60611). Attendance is free, or $50 to earn three CEUs that will satisfy the Cultural Competency requirements for Illinois licensed social workers. Prior registration is required and can be done here.
About the Joan Greenstone Lecture
Each year Loyola University Chicago's School of Social Work and the Institute for Clinical Social Work collaborate to bring a distinguished speaker to their audiences. Each school requests input from respondents to bring perspective to the topic that was presented. This year marks the return of this event after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joan F. Greenstone, Ph.D., for whom this annual lecture series is named, was a highly valued colleague on the faculty at both Loyola University Chicago's School of Social Work and the Institute for Clinical Social Work, prior to her untimely death in 1996.
She and her commitment to excellence in teaching, ethics, and clinical practice have been greatly missed. These lectures are funded through the generosity of Joan’s family.