Barry University School of Social Work Professor Emerita Susan Gray, PhD, was recently awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Association of Social Workers’ (NASW) Florida Chapter, Miami-Dade Unit.
Gray has been part of Barry’s Social Work faculty since 1980. She taught several classes within the curriculum including advanced clinical social work practice courses specializing in working with individuals and families, psychopathology, and crisis intervention. Prior to retiring in 2013, Gray served as the Director of the Doctoral Program.
Her practice interests have included her work in supervision, professional regulation and licensure, rural practice, bereavement groups, intergenerational family assessment tools, the brief solution-focused model of practice, methods of classroom teaching, and aspects of cultural diversity. Dr. Gray's current research interests are in mental health assessment and practice.
For more information about the NASW, visit their site at: https://www.socialworkers.org/.