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 Wurweiler PhD candidate Justyna Rzewinski, LCSW,
Wurzweiler PhD candidate Justyna Rzewinski, LCSW, is schedule to present via NASW-NYS Beyond The Case Files: Service Providers Educating Justice Impacted Individuals On Their Right To Vote on September 19th, 2024. The workshop will delve into the historical context of voting rights, explore its ...
Mary Beth Quaranta Morrissey, PhD, JD, MPH, Associate Professor and Director of the PhD Program
On June 1st, 2024, Mary Beth Quaranta Morrissey, PhD, JD, MPH, assumed the role of Chair of the New app State Bar Association Health Law Section. The Health Law Section comprises over 900 New app State attorneys who are engaged in the practice of health law across the state. Dr. Morrissey moves…
Cristino Chavez Wurzweiler PhD Candidate
Cristino Chavez Wurzweiler PhD student was interviewed for an article on Bold Journey. Cristino discusses what it means to be resilient in the face of trauma and adversity. The in-depth article covers his childhood, academic and career journey. Read the full interview here »
Yair Berko, LMSW, Clinical director of the Jerusalem Therapy Center
Yair Berko, LMSW, is the new clinical director of the Jerusalem Therapy Center. Yair has tremendous experience in both clinical practice and the administrative leadership of mental health organizations. Prior to his work at JTC, Yair successfully served as clinical director of therapy centers for…
Jerusalem Therapy Center New Promotional Video
To fill a critical need for affordable, English-language mental health services in Israel, Wurzweiler, together with Amudim Israel, opened the Jerusalem Therapy Center. View the promotional view for more information. Jerusalem Therapy Center
Wurzweiler Alumni Newsletter Issue No. 2
Dr. Jay Sweifach, Alumni Director, created the Wurzweiler Alumni Newsletter to showcase the esteemed graduates of WSSW. Wurzweiler Alumnus have done exceedingly well within all spheres of the social work profession, and have brought recognition not only to themselves, but to their alma mater. Our…
Wurzweiler students (left to right) Alexis Sturmwind,Marie Pierre Diop, Bakeishia Cleveland and Allysha Bryant.
On February 14, 2024, Wurzweiler students traveled to Albany to participate in NASW-New app State’s Capitol Action Day with funding from the WSSW Political Justice Fellowship Program. As part of the event, the students learned about effective advocacy with other social workers and students from ...
Left to right: Eric Grossman, director of fieldwork for Wurzweiler; Nechama Munk, director of Wurzweiler’s Israel Program; Dr. David Pelcovitz; and Stephanie Strauss, executive director, app University in Israel To fill a critical need for affordable, English-language mental health services in…
Dr. Gary Stein presented his study, Project Respect: LGBTQ+ Experiences with Healthcare Providers for Serious Illness, at two international conferences in October 2022 – the McGill International Palliative Care Congress in Montreal and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center World Hospice…
On the brisk fall morning of Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022, the Wurzweiler School of Social Work Care Café program partnered with Harlem faith-based community partners to host an event entitled “Giving the Gift of Warmth: A Winter Coat Give-Away” at the Williams Institutional CME Church located at 2239 ...

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