Susan Radzilowski

Susan Radzilowski

Part-time Faculty

susanr@wayne.edu

Susan Radzilowski

Biography

Susan Radzilowski received her MSW from The University of Michigan where she concentrated in Interpersonal Practice. Radzilowski is fully licensed in both clinical and macro practice and is also a fully approved as a School Social Worker. She has over 25 years experience as a School Social Worker and currently serves as the Lead Social Worker for the Detroit Institute for Children.

Radzilowski is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and has earned the NASW Certificate in Core Supervision. She has been a member of the Michigan NASW Chapter Ethics Committee (CEC) for seven years and was appointed Secretary of the CEC in 2017.  Radzilowski is also a member of Michigan Association of Infant Mental Health and is an endorsed Infant Family Specialist IMH II.

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Degrees and Certifications

  • MSW, The University of Michigan
  • BS, Central Michigan Universe
  • Member of Academy of Certified Social Workers - ACSW
  • Certificate in Core Supervisor – NASW
  • IMH-E® (II) Infant Family Specialist – Endorsed by Michigan Association of Infant Mental Health
  • Full Permanent Approval as Michigan School Social Worker
  • LMSW in Michigan in Clinical and Macro

Teaching Interests

  • Ethics and Values in Social Work
  • School Social Work
  • Social Work Services with Transgender and Gender Expansive Youth and their Families
  • Interpersonal Practice with Children and Youth
  • The Healing Power of “Telling My Story”

Areas of Expertise

  • GLB Youth
  • Transgender and Gender Expansive Children and Youth
  • School Social Work,
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Social Work Ethics
  • Clinical Supervision
  • Infant Mental Health
  • Mental Health Consultation
  • Trauma Informed SW Interventions with Children and Youth

Courses Taught

SW 3410 

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