Jacqueline Dyer, Ph.D., joins ENC as Assistant Professor of Social Work
Jacqueline Dyer, Ph.D. has joined the ENC faculty as assistant professor of social work, the college announced.
Dyer will begin teaching courses in the Department of Social Work in January 2011. A Lynn, Massachusetts resident, Dyer brings more than 20 years of social work experience to her new faculty position, having served as program director of Boston's One Church One Child program and project coordinator of the I Have a Dream-Boston program. She has also served as a family clinician with the Choate Health Management Family & Home Consultation Service and as intensive clinical manager with the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership.
Dyer's previous academic experience includes work with the Cambridge Public Schools, Roxbury Preparatory and Edward Brooke charter schools, Simmons College, Salem State College and Wheelock College. She has a BA in psychology from Wellesley College and both a master's degree and Ph.D. from the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. She is a member of the National Association for Christians in Social Work.
Related at ENC: Department of Social Work