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Hyman, Batya

Faculty/Director of the Graduate (MSW) Program, Social Work
Teacher Education & Technology Center (TE) 254J
410-677-5346 or ext 75346
bxhymansalisburyedu
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Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • SOWK 300-651 HUM BEHAVIOR SOCIAL ENVIRO I
    Examines the individual, family, and peer group in the context of social systems using a bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores human development through the lifespan. Presents theories which explain human behavior and inform social work practices. Focuses on privilege, oppression, prejudice, and discrimination. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisites: SOWK 200, BIOL 101 or 215 or 216, SOCI 101, PSYC 101, or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.
  • SOWK 610-651 THEOR ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIOR I
    Focuses on the individual, family, and peer group as a social system, and assessment using a bio-psycho-social-cultural-spiritual perspective. Explores human development through the lifespan. Presents analysis of several theories which explain human behaviour and inform social work practice. Focus on privilege, oppression, prejudice, and discrimination. Develops foundation assessment skills. Prerequisite: For graduate study only. Three hours per week.
  • SOWK 654-651 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
    Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.
  • SOWK 654-661 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
    Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

2015 Spring

  • SOWK 654-641 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
    Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.
  • SOWK 654-651 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
    Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.
  • SOWK 654-661 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
    Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.
  • SOWK 654-681 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
    Provides extensive knowledge of the major forms of mental illness and their treatment. Develops competence in multi-axial assessment by mastering the accepted diagnostic code, DSM-IV TR. Provides skills in development of appropriate and contemporary treatment plans. Explores the factors associated with mental illness such as age, race, ethnicity and gender. Prerequisites: Concentration status or permission of department. Three hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Hyman, B. & Williams, L. 
(2001). 
Resilience among women survivors of child sexual abuse. 
Affilia: Journal of Women & Social Work, 
16(2), 
198-220. 
Hyman, B. 
(2000). 
The Economic consequences of child sexual abuse in adult lesbian women. 
Journal of Marriage & the Family, 
62(1), 
199-211. 

Presentations

Mathews, D.A., Sistrunk, F., Kushner, M., Hyman, B., & Tossey, M. (2007). A Panel Discussion on Content Area Implications in Blended Course Development. Presented at 53rd Annual Program Meeting for the Council on Social Work Education, San Francisco, CA.

Book Chapters

Hyman, B. (2003). Trauma, Heterosexism and Resilience in the Lives of Lesbian Women. Kendall-Tackett, K. (Eds.), Women, Stress and Trauma 

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