Dr. Amy Cappiccie, Ph.D.,LCSW
Office: Academic Complex Room 114C
MSW Advanced Practice; Clinical Diagnosis and Assessment; Field Practicum; Clinical Work with Children and Adolescents; Social Work with Immigrants and Refugees; Public Advocacy
Immigration policy, Immigrants and refugees, International Social Work, Human diversity, Mental illness in children and adolescents, Innovative approaches to clinical practice with children and adolescents, and Trauma
Cappiccie, A. (January 2012) article accepted entitled “”A Guide to Examining Immigration Policy” to the Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, Vol. 9, Number 4.
Cappiccie, A., Chadha, J., Lin, M., and Snyder, F. (February 2012) article accepted entitled “Using Critical Race Theory to Learn How Disney Construct Diversity” to Journal of Teaching in Social Work.
Cappiccie, A. & Desrosiers, P. (December 2012) article accepted entitled “Using Adobe Connect Pro in the Social Work Classroom” to the Journal of Technology in Human Services, Vol. 29, Number 4.
Gabbard, J., Starks, S., Jaggars, J. & Cappiccie, A. (May 2011) article accepted entitled “Effective Strategies for Teaching Cultural Competency to MSW Students in a Global Society” to the International Journal of Human and Social Sciences.
Cappiccie, A. (2009) Migrants to the United States and Rural Health. In Lawson, T. & Gergely, F (Ed.), Social Work in Healthcare (pp. 152-161) University of Nyiregyhaza Hungary Press.
Cappiccie, A. (2008). The Cappiccie Lawson Evolution Immigration Model (CLEIM), Germany: VDM Verlag Publishing
BA in Psychology: Kentucky Wesleyan College
MSSW: University of Louisville
Ph.D: University of Louisville
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