|Department||School of Social Work|
|Office||Lafayette Annex 205|
|SWK 200||Social Services Volunteer Practice|
|SWK 401||Social Work Practice With Individuals, Families and Groups|
|SWK 404||Field Education I|
|SWK 405||Field Education II|
|SWK 406||Field Education Seminar I|
|SWK 407||Field Education Seminar II|
|SWK 455A||Services and Treatment for Substance Abuse|
|SWK 721||Field Education I and Integrated Seminar I|
|SWK 722||Field Education II and Integrated Seminar II|
|SWK 862R||Substance Abuse|
Shelley Steenrod, Ph.D., LICSW is a substance abuse and addictions specialist with clinical, policy, and academic credentials. Dr. Steenrod received her doctorate from the Heller School for Social Welfare Policy at Brandeis University where she was a National Institute for Alcohol and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Trainee. She also holds a master in social work degree from Boston University. Dr. Steenrod is a Professor at Salem State College School of Social Work where she teaches substance abuse and other social work courses. As a licensed clinical social worker, Dr. Steenrod has direct experience working with individuals, groups and families with substance abuse problems. Dr. Steenrod works with state and federal policy makers to improve services for substance abusing individuals especially women, cultural and ethnic minorities and individuals with co-occurring mental illness. Dr. Steenrod is currently a Behavioral Health Fellow with the Alcohol and Other Drugs Education Program (ADEP) at Boston University. Her other academic interests are international adoption and child welfare.
1) Substance Use Disorders; 2) International Adoption; 3) Child Welfare
Teaching, research and service to the university and larger community.
Steenrod, S. (2017). Escaping from a harsh reality: Women and substance use disorder. In S. Butler- Mokoro & L. Grant (Eds.), Feminist perspectives on social work practice. New York: Oxford University Press.
Steenrod, S. [Editorial] (2017, January 22). Program hits home in targeting addicts and their children. Boston Globe, Retrieved 1/23/17 at http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/letters/2017/01/22/program-hits-home-targeting-addicts-and-their-children/4Rqk0v5FGubXCjFAe0pX6L/story.html.
Steenrod, S. and Mirick, R. (2016). Substance use disorders within child welfare: Substance use disorders and referral to treatment in substantiated cases of child maltreatment. Child and Family Social Work.
Steenrod, S. (2016). [A review of the book: God and Jetfire: Confessions of a Birth Mother], The New Social Worker, 23(3), 34.
Mirick, R. and Steenrod, S. (2016). Using attachment theory to guide child welfare intervention. Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 33(6), 547-557.
Steenrod, S. [Editorial] (2016, April 4). Optimism in the chaos of addiction. Salem News, Retrieved 4/4/16 at http://www.salemnews.com/heroin_epidemic/opinion/column-optimism-in-the-chaos-of-addiction/article_a848c8b8-b6a7-5e04-a49e-817c54014ca1.html.
Steenrod, S. (2015). [A review of the book: Hand to Mouth: Living in Bootstrap America]. The New Social Worker, 22(2), 30 – 31.
Steenrod, S. [Editorial] (2014, June 22). How New England can combat opiate addiction. New Hampshire Union Leader, Retrieved 7/22/14 at http://www.unionleader.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20140623/OPINION02/140629669&source=RSS.
Steenrod, S. (2014). Screening, brief intervention and referral to Treatment: What Social Workers need to Know. The New Social Worker, 21(3), 16 - 18.
Steenrod, S. (2014). Creating families for children (not children for families). The New Social Worker, 21(2), 12 - 14.
Steenrod, S. (2013). [A review of the book Clean: Clean: Overcoming Addiction and Ending America's Greatest Tragedy.] Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 13(4), 373-374.
Steenrod, S. (2010). Substance abuse education: Perceived competence of field instructors on substance abuse. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 10(4), 363-376.
Steenrod, S. (2010, June 21). One way or another: Time for Salem to deal with problem of heroin addiction [Letter to the editor]. Salem News. Retrieved from: http://www.salemnews.com/opinion/x657338777/Letter-One-way-or-another-time-for-Salem-to-deal-with-problem-of-heroin-addiction.
Steenrod, S. (2010, September 2). There is indeed value to academic degree [Letter to the editor]. Boston Globe. Retrieved from: http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/letters/articles/2010/09/02/there_is_indeed_value_to_academic_degree/.
Steenrod, S. (2009). A functional guide to evidence-based practices for publicly-funded substance abuse treatment agencies. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 9(4), 353-465.
Steenrod, S. (2009). [A review of the books Beautiful Boy: A father’s journey through his son’s addiction and Tweak: Growing up on methamphetamines.] Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 9(3).
Slayter, E. & Steenrod, S. (2009). Addressing alcohol and drug issues among individuals with mental retardation: the need for cross-system collaboration. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 9(1), 71-90.
Steenrod, S. (2009). The interface between non-specialty and specialty substance abuse treatment sectors: navigating the terrain in social work. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 9(1) 3- 20.
Steenrod, S. & Pugatch, M. (2008). Substance abuse group parent workbook for the adolescent substance abuse program, Center for Adolescent Substance Abuse Research, Children’s Hospital Boston.
Steenrod, S. & Mirick, R. (2016). The Epidemic of Opiate Addiction: Implications for Child Welfare. NASW-MA Symposium, April 8, Framingham, MA.
Steenrod, S. & Goldman, S. (2016). Effective supervision in the education of human service workers. NASW-MA Symposium, April 7, Framingham, MA.
Steenrod, S. & Mirick, R. (2015). The Epidemic of Opioid Addiction. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. October 18, Denver, CO.
Steenrod, S. (2014). Beyond “How old is she?” The multiple dimensions of age in international adoption. Joint Council on International Children’s Services Conference, April 4, San Francisco, CA.
Steenrod, S (2011). Treatment protocols: Recipe or ingredient of quality care. Treating the Addictions Conference, Harvard Medical School, March 14, Boston, MA.
Steenrod, S. (2010). Perceived competence of supervisors to educate students on substance use treatment. Sixth International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision. Adelphi University, Garden City, NY.
Steenrod, S. (2008). Supervision and substance abuse treatment in social work field education. Presentation at the Council on Social Work Education. November 1, Philadelphia, PA.
Theater, books, cooking, nature.