Lorien Carter teaches “Social Work Practice with Individuals, Families and Groups,” “Social Work Practice with Youth in Families,” and “Developing Programs in Health and Social Service Settings.” She has received the Brown School’s “Excellence in Teaching” faculty award on four occasions.
She serves on the MSW Program and Curriculum Committees as the chair of the foundations curriculum. In 2015, she began a pilot of an instructional coaching initiative to enhance teaching excellence at the Brown School. She has also co-trained more than 300 local field instructors in the Brown School’s evidence-based practice model.
Carter has 10 years of direct practice experience with adolescents, as well as program coordination and management experience in public school and healthcare settings. She provides performance management consulting services through EMD Consulting Group and is a trainer and curriculum writer for Wyman Center’s Teen Outreach Program. She is a consultant on the Adolescent Faith and Flourishing project with Yale University’s Center for Faith and Culture and is an executive board member for Missouri’s Teen Pregnancy & Prevention Partnership.
Carter is a sought-after facilitator for agency staff training on topics related to adolescent development, group work facilitation, logic models and professional team-building.
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