MSW, Doctoral Candidate, 2016
Clinical Practice Seminar
Human Behavior in the Social Environment II (In Class and Online)
Social Justice and Human Rights (In Class and Online)
Lisa Henshaw, LCSW currently serves as the Coordinator for Licensing and Special Projects at Adelphi University. She began her social work career working with the homeless population, which led to her interest and passion in working with individuals challenged by mental health and substance abuse difficulties. Lisa has experience in clinical practice and the community mental health setting, working with those struggling with mental health and substance abuse and their families. She also served in supervisory and administrative positions. Lisa maintains a small private practice while she pursues her doctoral studies and continues her passion of teaching. The focus of her scholarly and practice interests is on issues related to trauma, misdiagnosis and military social work.
Berger, R., Paul, M.S., & Henshaw, L.A. (2013). Women’s Experience of Infertility: A MultiSystemic Perspective. Journal of International Women’s Studies, 14(1), 54-68