Karen Woodcock, Ph.D

Karen Woodcock, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Contact

P (661) 362-5173

Karen Woodcock
Bio

Karen Woodcock obtained her MSW and Ph.D. in social work from the University of Pittsburgh. Her teaching experience includes undergraduate and graduate social work courses as well as serving as a field liaison for social work students. Dr. Woodcock's professional work experience includes providing case management services to children, adults, and senior clients in a community mental health setting and providing supervision and management of a group home for mental health clients. Her dissertation was a mixed-method study examining the relationship between mental health help seeking and intimate partner violence. She is a member of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and the Bachelors of Social Work Program Directors (BPD).

Discipline
  • Social Work
Education
University of Pittsburgh, Pgh. PA
Ph.D. in Social Work
Dissertation: “Mental Health Help Seeking Behaviors of Female Victims of Intimate Partner Violence”
2007
University of Pittsburgh, Pgh. PA
MSW Social Work
1998
University of Pittsburgh, Pgh. PA
B.S. Psychology, Cum Laude
 
1983
Scholarly Activities
Dissertation: “Mental Health Help Seeking Behaviors of Female Victims of Intimate Partner Violence”
 
2007
Professional Experience
Brandman University
Assistant Professor and Program Director
BA Social Work Program
2011-curent
Slippery Rock University
Full-time temporary faculty
BA Social Work Program
2010-2011
University of Pittsburgh
Adjunct Faculty, MSW Program
 
2005-1010