Sibyl Beaulieu, M.S.W.

Sibyl Beaulieu, M.S.W.

Assistant Professor/Director Of Field Education Riverside Campus Social Work Program


Sibyl Beaulieu

Sibyl Beaulieu is an Assistant Professor in the Social Work Program at Brandman University, and recently joined the Brandman Education team as full time faculty and as the Director of Field Education this July.  Sibyl was the Director of Field Education and a full time faculty member at La Sierra University Department of Social Work for seven years prior to joining the Brandman team.  Her areas of practice focus have been child welfare, geriatrics, and medical social work.  Sibyl completed her BSW at Oakwood University and finished her MSW at Loma Linda University with a dual concentration in clinical social work and child welfare.  Her teaching focus has been History of American Social Welfare, Social Welfare Policy, Generalist Practice Methods and Social Work Practice with Individuals.  She has taught Medical Social Work, Case Management, Assessment and Interviewing, Child Abuse Forensic Interviewing and Field Orientation Preparation.

Sibyl brings a wealth of macro practice experience as a Project Director, Community Education Coordinator and Independent Child Welfare Trainer for child welfare workforce training in the states of Alabama, California and Tennessee.  She is a certified master trainer in Foster Parent Certification training.  As an administrator for Family Services Center in Huntsville, Alabama, Sibyl managed the Both Parents Supervised and Visitation Program for the agency, incorporating management and administrative skills with both clients, community partners and colleagues. 

  • Social Work
Loma Linda University
MSW - Thesis:  Women’s retroactive perception of the father-daughter relationship and its impact on entrenched depression
Oakwood University
Scholarly Activities

Professor Beaulieu is currently engaged in research with Dr. Kenneth Crane, Professor of History and Sociology at La Sierra University.  They are conducting research that explores the perceived reception of help by recent Iraqi refugees through the services offered by the Department of Public Social Services and in turn, the perception case workers have of Iraqi refugees and the impact of this perception on service provision.  The research should have implications for practice methods in the areas of cultural competency and assessment of the needs of those who have experienced war, trauma and displacement.

Professional Experience
July, 2014 Brandman University
Assistant Professor and Director of Field Education
Provide Field Practicum coordination and academic teaching within the Social Work Program
July 2007
La Sierra University Department of Social Work
Provided Field Practicum coordination and academic teaching within the Department of Social Work.
May 2005
Assistant Professor, Community Education
Provided child welfare and foster parent certification to child welfare workers and resource parents through a statewide University Consortium.