Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Clinical Associate Professor
Phone: 212-636-6605 or 914-367-3017
Email: [email protected]
Lincoln Center – Lowenstein 726 or Westchester – 400 Westchester 109
B.S., SUNY Empire State College
M.S.W., Fordham University
Ph.D., Fordham University
Substance Use Disorders
White-Ryan, L., Heyman, J.C., Kelly, P.L., Pardasani, M., Caprio, T.V., Wexler, S., Berman, J., & Abramson, T. (2022). The invisible gap: Older adults’ communication with health care providers about concomitant use of alcohol and medication. Gerontology &Geriatric Education, 1-12. DOI: 10.1080/02701960.2022.2138866
White-Ryan, L., & Matsuzaka, S. (2021). Substance use and illicit opioid use. In E. Congress, H. Takooshian, & A. Asper. Behavioral Science in the Global Arena: Addressing Timely Issues at the United Nations and Beyond. International Psychology.
White-Ryan, L., & Heyman, J.C. (2020). Substance abuse. In E. Congress & M. Gonzalez (Eds.) Multicultural perspectives in social work practice with families. (pp.333-347) New York: Springer.
Heyman, J.C. & White-Ryan, L. (2020). Working with culturally diverse older adults. In E. Congress & M. Gonzalez (Eds.) Multicultural perspectives in social work practice with families. (pp. 153-168). New York: Springer.
Heyman, White-Ryan, L., Farmer, G.L., Kelly, P. & Leaman Lihn, T., & Davis, H. (2020). Voices about foster care: The value of trust. Children and Youth Service Review. 113, 104991.
Kelly, P.L., Heyman, J.C., White-Ryan, L., & Tice-Brown, D. (2020). Interprofessional practice: Social work students’ perspectives on collaboration. Social Work in Health Care. 59 (2), 108-121.
Heyman, J.C. & White-Ryan, L. (2018). An introduction to health and social work. In J.C. Heyman & E.P. Congress (Eds.). Health and social work: Practice, policy, and research. (pp.3-15). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
White-Ryan, L. (2018). Substance misuse, abuse and substance-related disorder. In J.C. Heyman & E.P. Congress (Eds.). Health and social work: Practice, policy, and research. (pp.125-144). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
Prioritizing Integrated Care, Prevention, and Equity: Leading Interprofessional New York City Efforts (PIPELINE) for Youth Health (The PIPELINE for Youth Health Project). 2021-2025. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Program. (Grant Number M01HP41967; Total Award: $1,898,250). Co-Principal Investigator.
Heyman, J.C., White-Ryan, L., Marlowe, D., Davis, H. (2021-2022). United Neighborhood Houses evaluation. Co-Principal Investigator.
Heyman, J., Davis, H., White-Ryan, L., & Marlowe, D. (2021). Settlement houses and employees’ needs: Qualitative study. Co-Principal Investigator.
Farmer, G.L. & White-Ryan, L., (2019). Work Force Development Grant - Co-Principal Investigator.
Heyman, J.C. & White-Ryan, L (2018-2020). Communication with community-dwelling older adults (extension). Funded by anonymous donor. Principal Investigator.
Advanced Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis
Social Work Practice with Substance Use Disorders
Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Children and Adults
Suicide Assessment & Treatment