|About the Author|
Dr. Lorraine C. Blackman, Author, is an Associate Professor in the Indiana University School of Social Work at Indianapolis, Indiana.
Blackman, Lorraine C.
UNDERGRADUATE B.A. Sociology, Social Welfare. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 1971.
M.S. Social Work, Clinical Practice. University of Tennessee. Nashville, Tennessee. 1975.
Ph.D. Social Work, Direct Practice. Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida. Dissertation Title: "The Effect of a Marriage Enrichment Program on Marital Satisfaction and Gender Role Attitudes among African American Couples." 1992. #9234207. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International.
Associate Professor. Indiana University, School of Social Work. Indianapolis, Indiana. Promotion in rank effective July 1, 1998 - . Tenure approved effective July 1, 1999. Area of Excellence: Teaching.
Assistant Professor. Indiana University, School of Social Work. Indianapolis, Indiana. 1992- 1998.
Instructor. The University of Tennessee, College of Social Work. Nashville, Tennessee. 1989-91.
Instructor. Florida State University, School of Social Work. Tallahassee, Florida. 1988-89.
Teaching Assistant. Florida State University, School of Social Work. Tallahassee, Florida. 1987-88.
Instructor. Chattanooga State Community College, Social Work Assistant's Program. Chattanooga, Tennessee. 1976.
Field Instructor. University of Tennessee, College of Social Work. M.S., Social Work. Knoxville, Tennessee. 1976-1978, 1986-1987, 1990-1992.
Field Instructor. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. M.S., Education, Community Counseling Program. Chattanooga, Tennessee. 1976-1977.
Field Instructor. Bryan College. B.S., Psychology. Chattanooga, Tennessee. 1976.
Veterans Administration Medical Center. Coordinator, Employee Assistance Program; Clinical Social Worker, Psychiatry Service. Nashville, Tennessee. 1983-1992.
Private Practice. Clinical Social Work with individuals, couples, and families; Corporate Employee Assistance Program Contracts (i.e., consultant and clinician). Nashville, Tennessee. 1981-1987, 1989-1992.
Y.W.C.A. Shelter and Domestic Violence Program. Program Coordinator. Nashville, Tennessee. 1982-1983.
Mental Retardation Secure Facility. Director, Residential Services Program; Consultant, Tennessee Department of Corrections, Juvenile Division concerning habilitation planning for mentally retarded offenders. Nashville, Tennessee. 1978-1981.
Joseph W. Johnson, Jr. Community Mental Health Center. Clinical Social Worker, Adult Mental Health Program; Coordinator, Deinstitutionalization Program; Coordinator, Mental Retardation Services. Chattanooga Tennessee. 1975-1978.
Central State Psychiatric Hospital. Psychiatric Social Worker (i.e., individual, family, and group practice; deinstitutionalization community resource development and placement). Behavior Modification Program for long-term psychiatric patients. Nashville, Tennessee. 1972-1974.