Carolyn Daniels, LCSW, CT
MSW, Barry University
BSW, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Areas of Interest
- Grief, disenfranchized grief and loss
- Hospice care
- Holistic elder care and advocacy
Carolyn “Carrie” Daniels received a BSW from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and an MSW at Barry University and is currently a student in the doctoral program in Social Work. Ms. Daniels joined the School of Social Work as an adjunct professor in 2015 at the Fort Myers campus. She is currently a full-time instructor. Her experience includes child and family protection and advocacy, rape crisis intervention, suicide intervention, domestic violence, hospice care, grief, disenfranchised grief, thanatology, elder care and advocacy, and guidance counseling. She has a passion for group work and dynamics. She has been licensed for 19 years. Ms. Daniels has served as a field instructor for MSW students and clinical supervisor for social workers pursuing licensure. Her teaching philosophy is based on group dynamic of being mindful of the social and emotional climate of the class to promote reciprocity for enhanced learning. She is a member of NASW and ADEC.