Dale Alexander

Dale Alexander

Associate Professor of Social Work, LCSW
Email: Dalexander@uh.edu
Room: 313 Social Work Building
Phone: 713-743-8672
Current Curriculum Vitae

Personal Statement:

 

Education:

B.S., Social Welfare, Florida State University, 1969
M.S.W, Master's in Social Work, Florida State University, 1971
Ph.D., Human Services - Counseling Psychology Cognate, The Ohio State University, 1983
Two-year full time Post-Graduate Fellowship in “Child & Family Therapy” at Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Two-year Interdisciplinary Faculty Development Fellowship for Substance Abuse Curriculum Development and Research from HRSA-AMERSA-SAMHSA / CSAT Faculty Development Program.

Licenses and Certifications:

  • Licensed Advanced Clinical Practitioner, Texas Social Work License # 35147 [active]
  • Licensed Ohio Psychologist (License #3627) [active 1985 to present]
  • Council on Social Work Education (inactive)
  • American Association of Marital and Family Therapists (Clinical Member # 140, inactive) Licensed Clinical Social Worker (North Carolina # C002185) [inactive-relocated] Licensed Independent Social Worker (Ohio License #I-762) [inactive-relocated]
  • National Association of Social Workers [inactive]
  • Council on Social Work Education
  • Academy of Certified Social Workers (ACSW-1976) [inactive]
  • Society of Teachers of Family Medicine [inactive]
  • American Psychological Association (Member # 1829-2994 - inactive) American Psychological Association:
    • Div. 17 Counseling Psychology
    • Div. 19 Military Psychology & Div. 38 Health Psychology
    • Div. 43 Family Psychology & Div. 50 Addictions 

Areas of Specialization:

 

Courses Taught:

 

Research interests:

Primary research interests are substance abuse screening, treatment and educational issues, with a specific focus upon marijuana screening. Current research interests include mental health and family systems educational issues in social work. Prior research focused upon primary health care educational, clinical and physician occupational stress issues, ranging from resident support groups to coping with night call schedules and specialty indecision, along with diabetes and depression.

Publications:

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