Terri Duganne

Terri Duganne

Part-time Faculty

ad9202@wayne.edu

Terri Duganne

Biography

Terri Duganne worked for Macomb County Community Mental Health in a variety of clinical and administrative positions for 23 years. She has also served as a consultant at outpatient mental health treatment centers, as clinical director at a private psychiatric hospital, and as an outpatient clinician working with women experiencing domestic violence. She has been part-time faculty with the School of Social Work for 18 years, teaching practice methods, macro social work, group work courses, human behavior and the social environment, and human behavior theory.

Degrees and Certifications

  • M.S.W.
  • B.S.W.
  • L.M.S.W.
  • A.C.S.W.
  • State of Michigan Mediation Certificate

Teaching Interests

  • Critical thinking skills
  • Human behavior in the social environment
  • Group work
  • Pet therapy
  • Young adult transitions in the life span
  • Women’s empowerment

Research Interests

  • Neuroscience across the life span
  • Using art museums as a method of understanding psychological development including psychosis and depression
  • Intergenerational mother-daughter relationships

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