Mitchell Rosenwald, PhD, LCSW
(305) 899 - 3910
PhD, University of Maryland at Baltimore, 2004.
Dr. Rosenwald joined the faculty in 2007 and teaches courses in advanced practice, policy, and conflict resolution.
Rosenwald, M. & Riley, B. N. (2010). Advocating for children in foster and kinship care: A guide to getting the best out of the system for foster parents, kinship caregivers and practitioners. New York: Columbia University Press.
Rosenwald, M. (Ed.). (2008). One paradigm, many worlds: Conflict resolution across the disciplines. Newcastle-on-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
DeRigne, L., Rosenwald, M. & Naranjo, F. (under review). Legislative advocacy and social work education: A review of models and new strategies. Submitted to Journal of Teaching in Social Work.
Rosenwald, M., Smith, M., Bagnoli, M., Riccelli, D., Ryan, S., Salcedo, L. & Seeland, D. (in press). Relighting the campfire: Rediscovering activity-based group work. Social Work with Groups, 36(4).
Rosenwald, M., McGhee, T., & Noftall, R. (in press). Perspectives on Independent Living Services among resilient youth. Journal of Family Social Work, 16(2)
Rosenwald, M., Wiener, D., Smith-Osborne, A., & Smith, C. (2012). The place of political diversity within the social work classroom. Journal of Social Work Education, 48(1), 139-158.
Rosenwald, M. & Riley, B. N. (2011). A model of foster care advocacy for child welfare practitioners. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 5(2-3), 251-270.
Smith-Osborne, A. & Rosenwald, M. (2009). Exploring the relationship between religiosity and political ideology among social workers. Social Thought, 28(4), 393-404.
Rosenwald, M. (2009). A glimpse within: An exploratory study of child welfare agencies’ practices with LGBTQ youth. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 21(4), 1-14.
Wiener, D. & Rosenwald, M. (2008). Unlocking doors: Providing educational “keys” to MSW programs and students for social justice. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 19(2), 125-139.
Rosenwald, M. & Bronstein, L. (2008). Foster parents speak: Preferred characteristics of foster children and experiences in the role of foster parent. Journal of Family Social Work, 11(3), 287-302.
Bartone, A., Rosenwald, M. & Bronstein, L. (2008). Examining the structure and dynamics of kinship care groups. Social Work with Groups, 31(3/4), 223-237.
Clements, J.A. & Rosenwald, M. (2007). Foster parents’ perspectives on LGBT youth in the child welfare system, Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services,19(1), 57-69.
Rosenwald, M. (2007). “Mutual aid: Alive and well in group work.” Reflections, 13(2), 56-65.
Rosenwald, M. & Hyde, C. (2006). Political ideology of social workers: An under explored dimension of practice. Advances in Social Work, 7(2), 14-26.
Rosenwald, M. (2006b). A part versus apart: Exploring the relationship between social workers’ political ideology and their professional affiliation. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 3(2), 1-12.
Rosenwald, M. (2006a). Exploring the political ideologies of licensed social workers. Social Work Research, 30(2), 121-6.
Other Peer-Reviewed Publications
Rosenwald, M. (2012). Group work with homeless individuals. In Riding the Mutual Aid Bus and Other Adventures in Group Work: A Day in the Lives of Social Workers Collection. (Eds., L. Grobman & J. Clements). The New Social Worker and White Hat Publications.
Rosenwald, M. (2009). “Revising your work for successful publication.” In K. Bromley, (Ed.), (pp. 135-142). Writing for Educators: Personal Essays and Practical Advice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. (Invited).
Rosenwald, M. (2008). Group work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.
Rosenwald, M. (2008). “Group work practice with LGBTQ people.” In G.P. Mallon, (Ed.).