1 Dale P. Andrews Curriculum Vitae Vanderbilt University Divinity School Graduate Department of Religion st Avenue South Phone & Fax: Nashville, TN Education Doctor of Philosophy; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN - Graduate Department of Religion - Degree Program: Homiletics and Religion & Personality - A Dorothy Danforth Compton Fellow Master of Arts; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN - Graduate Department of Religion Visiting Research Fellow; University of Oxford, Oxford, England - The Graduate Study Fellowship for Parish/Pulpit Ministry - Awarded by Princeton Theological Seminary - Conducted independent research in historical studies on Methodism and preaching in the Early Church Master of Divinity; Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ - Concentration: Clinical Social Work Bachelor of Arts; Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT - Double Major: Religion and Sociology Fellowships, Academic Awards, and Honors Honors for Ph.D. comprehensive exams (Vanderbilt s highest distinction), Dissertation Fellowship; awarded by Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (full tuition & fees scholarship and stipend), The Dorothy Danforth Compton Fellowship, Vanderbilt University; Ph.D. Studies (full tuition & fees scholarship and annual stipend), The Graduate Study Fellowship for Parish/Pulpit Ministry; awarded by Princeton Theological Seminary; research sponsored/conducted at University of Oxford, The Edler Garnet Hawkins Award for Scholastic Excellence, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1991.
2 The Jagow Prize in Homiletics and Speech, Princeton Theological Seminary, New Jersey Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NJASFAA) Scholarship; annual award to one graduate student within the state of New Jersey, Independent study program in Brazil; sponsored by Princeton Theological Seminary, Summer Group study program in Guatemala; sponsored by Princeton Theological Seminary, Summer Professional Honors and Grants Distinguished Professor of Homiletics, Social Justice, and Practical Theology, Vanderbilt University, The Divinity School & Graduate Department of Religion, 2010-present. See Teaching experience below. Lilly Endowment Grant ($500,000) for David G. Buttrick Homiletics Peer-Coaching Training Program; co-director with J. S. McClure, President, Association of Practical Theology (APT), Distinguished Faculty Award, Organization of Black Graduate and Professional Students (OBGAPS), Vanderbilt University Graduate School, Treasurer, Society for the Study of Black Religion (SSBR), Vice President, Association of Practical Theology (APT), President, Academy of Homiletics, Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, Boston University, School of Theology, See Teaching experience below. Mentors Award, Fund for Theological Education (FTE), Wabash Center Grant for Multicultural Pedagogy, Wabash Center, Co-Chair, American Academy of Religion (AAR) - Practical Theology Group, Steering Committee, Vice President, Academy of Homiletics, Center for Practical Theology Faculty Grant for Curriculum Diversity Project, Boston University, Teaching Excellence Award, Boston University School of Theology, Awarded by Graduating Class, 2007.
3 Selected for the Wabash Colloquy on Fostering Effective Teaching and Learning in Racially and Culturally Diverse Classrooms, Wabash Center, Center for Practical Theology Faculty Grant for Curriculum Diversity Project, Boston University, Steering Committee, American Academy of Religion (AAR - Practical Theology Group, Executive Committee, Academy of Homiletics, Executive Committee, Association of Practical Theology (APT), Spring Nomination Committee, Academy of Homiletics, Fall Chairperson, African American Caucus, Academy of Homiletics, ; also Founding Moderator, Selected for the Teaching Practices in Theological Education Research Project (review and interview of pedagogy and course design in Basic Preaching), The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Selected for the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) Seminar for Racial-Ethnic Minority Faculty, October Appointed to the Frank H. Caldwell Chair of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, See Teaching experience below. Professional Associations Academy of Homiletics American Academy of Religion Association of Practical Theology International Academy of Practical Theology Societas Homiletica Society for the Study of Black Religion Professional Appointments/Boards Editor, Editorial/Advisory Boards, Consultations: Doctoral Fellowship Selection Committee, Fund for Theological Education (FTE), 2014 Editorial Board, Theological Education, Journal of the Association of Theological Schools (ATS), Consultant, Fund for Theological Education (FTE), ; working with committee charged with evaluating and redesigning FTE graduate fellowships. Co-Editor, Homiletic, [Juried Journal], Academy of Homiletics present.
4 Advisory Board, International Publishing Series, Research in Contemporary Religion, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Publishing House, Germany, Advisory Board, In-Touch, Inc., A non-profit organization providing ministry to adolescents through the creative arts, Boston, MA, Co-Editor, Family Ministry Journal: Empowering Through Faith, Louisville Seminary, Louisville, KY, Consultant/ Conference Evaluation, Fund for Theological Education (FTE), Annual Faculty Mentor/Consultant, Fund for Theological Education (FTE), Advisory Board, Listening to Listeners Lily Grant Research Project in Homiletics, Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis, IN, Editorial Board, Family Ministry Journal: Empowering Through Faith, Louisville Seminary, Louisville, KY, Professional Advisory Committee, Louisville Seminary Counseling Ministry, Louisville, KY, Advisory Board, Shalom Communities. Kentucky Annual Conference, The United Methodist Church Advisory Committee, Academic Support Services Center, Louisville Seminary, Louisville, KY, Publications Books: Preaching God s Transforming Justice: A Lectionary Commentary, Year A. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2013; co-edited with Ronald J. Allen and Dawn Ottoni- Wilhelm. Preaching God s Transforming Justice: A Lectionary Commentary, Year C. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2012; co-edited with Ronald J. Allen and Dawn Ottoni- Wilhelm. Preaching God s Transforming Justice: A Lectionary Commentary, Year B. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2011; co-edited with Ronald J. Allen and Dawn Ottoni- Wilhelm. New Proclamation: Advent through Holy Week, Year A, Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress Press, 2004; co-authored with Herman C. Waetjen, Jack Dean Kingsbury, and Alice L. Laffey, with ed. Harold Rast.
5 Listening to Listeners: Homiletical Case Studies. St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2004; co-authored with John S. McClure, Ronald J. Allen, L. Susan Bond, Daniel P. Moseley, and G. Lee Ramsey, Jr. Practical Theology for Black Churches: Bridging Black Theology and African American Folk Religion. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, Books in Progress: The Contours of Black Practical Theology. Waco: Baylor University Press, forthcoming 2015; co-edited with Robert London Smith Jr. Prophetic Preaching in African American Pastoral Ministry (working title). Teaching Homiletics: Apprenticeship Methodology & Pedagogy from Black Church Traditions (Textbook: working title). Black Preaching: Theology of the Call & Practices of the Art. Black Church Studies Series (Contracted, Abingdon Press, forthcoming); co-author Valerie Bridgeman Chapters & Book Contributions: African American Practical Theology. In Opening the Field of Practical Theology, eds. Kathleen A. Cahalan and Gordon Mikoski. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. (contracting), forthcoming Why is Adoption Such a Difficult Choice?: An Inquiry of Practical Theology. In Theology of Adoption: Critical Reflections from Practical Theology and Christian Ethics (working title), eds. John Swinton and Brian R. Brock. Grand Rapids, MI/Cambridge: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing (contracting), forthcoming Matthew 3:7-12, Matthew 3:13-17, Matthew 4:1-11. In Feasting on the Gospels Commentary, eds. Cynthia A. Jarvis and E. Elizabeth Johnson. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, forthcoming Race and Racism. In The Companion to Practical Theology, ed. Bonnie J Miller- McLemore. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, African American Preaching and Sermonic Traditions. In African American Religious Cultures, ed. Anthony Pinn. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Books, African American Apprenticeship. In New Interpreter s Bible Handbook on Preaching, ed. Paul Scott Wilson. Nashville: Abingdon Press, African American Biblical Interpretation. In New Interpreter s Bible Handbook on Preaching, ed. Paul Scott Wilson. Nashville: Abingdon Press, Hebrews 10, Titus 2, Hebrews 1. In Feasting on the Word: Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary, eds. David Bartlett and Barbara Brown Taylor. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press,
6 Job 42, Ruth 1, Wisdom of Solomon 3. In Feasting on the Word: Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary, eds. David Bartlett and Barbara Brown Taylor. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, Black Preaching Praxis In Black Church Studies, eds. Stacey Floyd Thomas et al. Nashville: Abingdon Press, The Tower of Pulpits. In African American Religious Life and the Story of Nimrod, eds. Allen Dwight Callahan and Anthony Pinn. New York: Palgrave MacMillan Publishing, Foreword In The Everything Martin Luther King, Jr. Book, by Jessica McElrath. Cincinnati, OH/ Avon, MA: Adams Media, F & W Publications, Preaching a Just Word in Privileged Pulpits: Healing Affluenza." In Just Preaching, ed. Andre Resner, Jr. St. Louis: Chalice Press, Articles: Do You Know Your Proper Place? Is There a Crisis in Black Preaching? Insights, vol. 127, no. 1, Fall Global Conflict and the Preaching Tradition of Martin Luther King, Jr., Faith and International Affairs, vol. 6, no. 1, Spring The Living Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Preaching What God s Care Requires, Boston Theological Institute Bulletin, Excerpt of The Living Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Preaching What God s Care Requires, Focus, Boston University, School of Theology, Spring 2008 Back and Forward, Family Ministry: Empowering Through Faith, vol. 20, no. 4, Winter 2006-Spring Teaching Black Preaching: Homiletic Instruction as Pre-Encounter, The African American Pulpit Journal, Winter Learning How to Care, Family Ministry: Empowering Through Faith, vol. 20, no. 3, Fall Teaching Black Preaching: Encounter and Reencounter, The African American Pulpit Journal, Fall New to Whom? Homiletix E-Forum, Academy of Homiletics, Fall Seeking Restoration, Family Ministry: Empowering Through Faith, vol. 20, no. 2, Summer 2006.
7 Reaching Out Without Overtaking, Family Ministry: Empowering Through Faith, vol. 20, no. 1, Spring On Theology and Praxis, Focus, Boston University, School of Theology, Winter Preaching the Lesson, Lectionary Homiletics, (four essays) March 6, 13, 20, & 27, 2005, vol. xvi, no. 2, February-March Transforming Ministry, Family Ministry: Empowering Through Faith, vol. 19, no. 4, Winter 2005 The Ancestors Have Just Increased in Elegance, Family Ministry: Empowering Through Faith, vol. 19, no. 3, Fall Losing Our Minds! Family Ministry Journal: Empowering Through Faith, Guest Editor, vol. 18, no. 3, Fall Encounters and Being, Family Ministry Journal: Empowering Through Faith, Guest Editor, vol. 18, no. 2, Summer Author s Reply Article on Practical Theology for Black Churches. In Conversations in Religion and Theology, November Congregational Life: Results of the Third Survey of Racial-Ethnic Members of the PC (USA). Louisville: Research Services, PC (USA), Spring The Lure of Cotton Candy. Biblical Preaching Journal, Winter The Boy Wonder (Luke 2: 41-51). Biblical Preaching Journal, Fall Advent 3. Word and Witness, Liturgical Publications, Inc., Winter Epiphany. Word and Witness, Liturgical Publications, Inc., Winter Lent 2. Word and Witness, Liturgical Publications, Inc., Spring Published Sermons/Book Contribution: Measuring Grace? In Family Ministry: Empowering Through Faith, vol. 19, no. 1, Spring Possibly a Porcupine Problem. In Preaching I Corinthians 13. Susan K. Hedahl and Richard P. Carson. St. Louis: Chalice Press, The Torment of Hope. Convocation Address, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Fall 1999.
8 Journal Book Reviews: -- The Imposing Preacher, by Adam L Bond. In Theological Studies, forthcoming Teaching Preaching as a Christian Practice: A New Approach to Homiletical Pedagogy, eds. Thomas G. Long and Leonora Tubbs Tisdale. In Theology Today, Winter Spirit Speech: Lament and Celebration in Preaching, by Luke A. Powery. In Homiletic, Winter What s Faith Got To Do With It? Black Bodies/Christian Souls, by Kelly Brown Douglas. In Theology Today, Winter Being Human: Race, Culture, and Religion, by Dwight N. Hopkins. In Theology Today, Winter Stand by Me: The Risks and Rewards of Mentoring Youth, by Jean E. Rhodes. In Family Ministry, Winter Children of Color: Psychological Interventions with Culturally Diverse Youth, by Jewelle Taylor Gibbs, Larke Nahme Huang, et al. In Family Ministry, Winter Spiritual Maturity: Preserving Congregational Health and Balance, by Frank A. Thomas. In Homiletic, Winter Culturally-Conscious Worship, by Kathy Black. In Family Ministry, Spring Listen, My Son: St. Benedict for Fathers, by Dwight Longenecker. In Family Ministry, Fall The Heart of Black Preaching, by Cleophus J. LaRue. In Consensus: A Canadian Lutheran Journal of Theology, Winter Another s Day Journey: Black Churches Confronting the American Crisis, by Robert M. Franklin. In Homiletic, Summer Faithful Change: The Personal and Public Challenges of Postmodern Life, by James W. Fowler. In Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Spring Hope in Pastoral Care and Counseling, by Andrew Lester. In Homiletic, Winter Publishers Manuscript/Article Reviews: External Reviews: Topics/Subjects list available Editorial Board Reviews: Topics/Subjects list available Published Devotionals: Luke 22:20, Liberation and Unity, A Lenten Booklet for 1997, Twentieth Anniversary Edition, Consultation on Church Union, Spring Galatians 5:22, Liberation and Unity, A Lenten Booklet for 1991, Consultation on Church Union, Spring Academy Papers/Panel Presentations Paper Presentation: Why is Adoption Such a Difficult Choice?: An Inquiry of Practical Theology, Adoption Symposium II, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK, May Panel Moderator: The Companion to Practical Theology, Practical Theology Group, American Academy of Religion (AAR), November 2011.
9 Paper Presentation: Why is Adoption Such a Difficult Choice?: An Inquiry of Practical Theology, Adoption Symposium I, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK, May Panel Moderator: Spirituality Across Protestant-Catholic Traditions, Association of Practical Theology, April 2008 Modeling Apprenticeship Praxis for Multicultural Pedagogy, Keynote Address, Religious Education Association (REA), November Panel Moderator: Worship Practices and Social Activism, Practical Theology Group, American Academy of Religion (AAR), November Listening to Listeners Research Panel Presentation. The Lilly Endowment Grant -Funded Research Project in Homiletics. Academy of Homiletics, Annual Conference, December Panel Presentation: Symposium on Social Justice and Prophetic Ministry. CAUSE Student Organization. Boston University, School of Theology. November The Future of Preaching. African Diaspora Clergy-Seminary Dialogue. Boston University, School of Theology Project on African American Religion Research and Education. October 2005 Theology and Praxis, Forum: Conversations on Theology and Congregational Life At Hartford Institute on Religion. Hartford Seminary, October Panel Discussion: Community Missions and Church Planting. Boston Church Community Workshop. September Presentation Review of Black Church Beginnings: The Long Hidden Realities of the First Years, by Henry H. Mitchell Panel Presentation: Society for the Study of Black Religion (SSBR), March Teaching Black Preaching and Beyond. Drew University, February Making it Plain: Searching for a Healing History: Critical Reflection on African American Mega-Churches, Panel Presentation: Black Religious Scholars Group, American Academy of Religion (AAR), November What s the Place of Practical Theology? Panel Presentation: Association of Practical Theology, American Academy of Religion (AAR), November Black Ecclesiology for Black Practical Theology. In Papers of the Annual Meeting, Academy of Homiletics, December 1997.
10 Academic Lectureships and Seminar/Conference Workshops Multiculturalism and M.L. King Jr. s Legacy from the Past, in the Present, and for Our Future. Keynote Lecture, Elon University, Elon, NC, January Jus Couldn t Keep It to Myself: Preaching and the Black Church in the Public Square. The Gardner C. Taylor Lectureship at Duke University Divinity School, Black Church Studies Center, Durham, NC, September The Trialectics of Black Preaching. J. Arthur Heck Lectureship at United Theological Seminary, Trotwood, OH, March Preaching as Prophetic Care. The Ruben L. Speaks Lectureship at Hood Theological Seminary, Salisbury, NC, October Transforming Congregations: Pastoral Theology, Prophetic Preaching, and Social Action. The Saltsburg Preacher and Preaching Workshop Leader at Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis, IN, February Practical Theology and Preaching. Alumni/ae Forum. Vanderbilt University. November The Challenge of Public Scholarship: Response Expanding Horizons Summer Conference, The Fund for Theological Education (FTE), at University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, June Ministry and Theology: Vibrant Ministries for the 21 st Century Black Church, The Garnett Nabrit Lectureship, at American Baptist College, Nashville, TN, March Multiculturalism and Pastoral Praxis, The Granville Hicks Lectureship, at Claflin University, Orangeburg, SC, February Teaching Black Preaching and Beyond, The Center for the Church and Black Experience, at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, February Preaching in the 21 st Century, at The Millennium Conference, The Theological Education Association of Mid-America Consortium, April Preaching in Congregational Life, at The Field Education Supervisory Studies Program, Louisville Seminary, April Spiritual Lessons Through Adoption, at The Faith, Families, and Congregations: Children Conference, Louisville Seminary, November, Selected Church Seminars/Conferences and Sermons at Academic Institutions Measuring Grace and Hovering. Sermons preached for The Gardner C. Taylor Lectureship Series at Duke University Divinity School, Black Church Studies Center, Durham, NC, September 2011.
11 Hovering? Sermon preached at The New England Annual Conference, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, June Pastoral Health. Eastern District Conference (Boston MA), New England, African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, March Prophetic Voices Conference: Examining the Roots of Poverty. Panel and Sermon at The Cathedral of Hope, East Liberty Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, PA, June Pawning Through Life. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Service. Sermon preached at Boston University, January Dream or Vision. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Service. Presentation given at Boston University. January Not Yet, God! Not Yet! Installation to Martin Luther King, Jr. Chair. Boston University, School of Theology. Sermon preached at installation service. October Measuring Grace? Sermon preached at Drew University, The Theology School, February Pawning Our Way Through Life. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Service. Sermon preached at Presbyterian Church (PC-USA) National Headquarters. January Inductive Preaching and Congregational Ministry. Celebration of Caring Lecture. The Christian Church Homes of Kentucky. November The Southern California Chapter of National Black Presbyterian Caucus, The Black Advisory Committee (BAC), Los Angeles, CA, October, Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry, sponsored by Princeton Theological Seminary, St. Simons Island, GA, January Christian Education Service, Kentucky Annual Conference, A.M.E. Zion Church, Louisville, KY, September School of the Prophets Lectureship, Michigan Annual Conference, A.M.E. Zion Church, Chicago, IL, June Christian Education Service, Madisonville District Conference, A.M.E. Zion Church, Earlington, KY, June Louisville District Baccalaureate, A.M.E. Zion Church, Louisville, KY, June School of the Prophets Lectureship, New England Annual Conference, A.M.E. Zion Church, Boston, MA, May New Jersey Annual Conference, A.M.E. Zion Church, Newark, NJ, May New England Annual Conference, A.M.E. Zion Church, New Britain, CT, June 1988.
12 Teaching Distinguished Professor of Homiletics, Social Justice, and Practical Theology, Vanderbilt University Divinity School and Graduate Dept. of Religion, 2010-present. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, Boston University School of Theology, The Frank H. Caldwell Associate Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, ; promoted from Assistant Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, Co-Director and Professor, Homiletic Supervision Certificate Program, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Select Courses (Syllabi Available Upon Request): African American Preaching Traditions Families in Culture and Context Homiletic Theory and Analysis Human Growth and Transformation Integration of Theology and Practice Introduction to Practical Theology Introduction to Preaching/Homiletics Ministry, Voice, and Vocation: MLK, Jr, Civil Rights History, and Preaching Oratory and Rhetoric for Proclamation Practical Theology and the Public Church Practical Theology for Worship Preaching and Worship in African American Traditions Prophetic Preaching and Social Ethics Proseminar in Practical Theology, The Discipline Qualitative Research Methods Theological Foundations of Black Ecclesiology in Pastoral and Public Ministry Worship Across Traditions and Cultures Faculty Committees: University Executive Strategic Planning Committee, Faculty Senate, Senate Affairs Committee, Graduate Policy & Admissions Committee, Theology & Practice Director Search Chair, Administration/Faculty Review Committee Chair, Dean Search Committee, Faculty Search Committees, Advanced Studies Committee, Diversity and Justice Task Force, Academic Committee, Cultural Diversity Committee, Edwards Lectureship Committee, Institutional Technology Committee, Hearing Panel, Transition Team, Pastoral Response Team, Salary and Compensation Committee, Worship Committee, Faculty Retreat, Student Review Committee, Strategic Planning Teaching Fellow, Vanderbilt University; Black Preaching, Dr. Wallace Charles Smith, Instructor, Spring 1996; Introduction to Homiletics, Prof David Buttrick, Instructor, Fall 1995; Theological Foundations of Pastoral Care, Dr. Liston Mills, Instructor, Fall 1994.
13 Church African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Ordinations: Deacon, June 1984 Elder, October 1986 Associate Minister, Columbus Avenue A.M.E. Zion Church, Boston, MA, Associate Minister, Hughlett Temple A.M.E. Zion Church, Louisville, KY, Associate Pastor, St. Paul A.M.E. Zion Church, Trenton, NJ, Associate Pastor, Shrewsbury Avenue A.M.E. Zion Church, Red Bank, NJ, Associate Pastor, Mount Olive A.M.E. Zion Church, Waterbury, CT, Pastor, Portland-Cromwell A.M.E. Zion Mission, Portland, CT, Licensed Candidate, Cross Street A.M.E. Zion Church, Middletown, CT, Licensed Candidate, Workman Mem. A.M.E. Zion Church, Torrington, CT, Clinical Consultant, Mercer County, State of New Jersey; Greater Trenton Community Mental Health Center; Trenton, NJ: State six-month block grant; budget oversight - Clinical consultant to county boarding homes and nursing homes housing the chronically mentally ill - Networked community mental health services - Project development - Created Resource Portfolio/Training Manual Coordinator of Clinical Case Management, Greater Trenton Community Mental Health Center; Trenton, NJ: Coordinated clinical case management (CCM) program, servicing the chronically psychiatrically disabled adult population - Interdisciplinary collaboration, consultation, and referral services: state hospital and liaison services, partial care day treatment, out-patient care, substance abuse, residential programs, and vocational training - Client advocacy with community/public resources: substance abuse rehab, developmental disability programs, housing, medical, and social entitlements (SSI, SSD, Medicaid, Welfare) - Clinical supervision and training of CCM staff - Agency representative at state, county and local levels - CCM department budget planning
14 Co-Director of Residential Services, Community Provider Consortium, Inc.; Meriden, CT: Promoted from Residential Services Program Coordinator: Program development; coordinated network of supportive services for the chronically psychiatrically disabled (residential counseling, case management, vocational training, clinical/partial hospital treatment/rehab) - Staff supervision, training and crisis intervention - Pilot project budget planning Supervisor; Child Care Staff, Children s Home of Cromwell; Cromwell, CT: Residential treatment facility; adolescent boys unit - Management and training of Child Care Staff - Milieu Therapy (including counseling, treatment plans, behavior modification programming, unit programming and crisis intervention) Mental Health Worker, Connecticut Valley Hospital; Middletown, CT: Acute Treatment Unit; male admissions ward - Nursing care, crisis intervention, admission assessments, processing and screening, and care planning References Available upon Request.
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