Social Work Continuing Education: Instructor Bios
Carolina Hausmann-Stabile, MA, LMSW
Carolina Hausmann-Stabile, MA, LMSW obtained her Masters in Psychology from the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, in Argentina, and a Master in Social Work at Fordham University in New York. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Social Work at the Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis. In 2010 she was awarded a pre-doctoral fellowship under the NIMH grant T32 MH019960. Her social work experience includes working with minority patients in large mental health facilities, and in small community based clinics in New York City. As a researcher, she has coordinating several NIMH and NIH research grants. Ms. Hausmann-Stabile's areas of interest are centered in Latino child and adolescent mental health, and the dynamics of family change processes resulting from social crisis and immigration.
Simona Graham, LMSW
Simona Graham is a Fordham Alumni, licensed Social Worker, psychotherapist and Private of The LMSW Exam Tutorial Program. Over the past years she has consulted with numerous organizations regarding LMSW Exam development. She is a member Fordham University Task Force for the social work licensure exam and taught review courses on preparation for taking the social work licensing exam at the LMSW level at Fordham University, NYC Children Services, and different organizations throughout New York City for all social work graduate Students. Ms. Graham has received great reviews for her efforts in assisting social workers in passing their licensing exams and obtaining their licensure.