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Keuka College

Ms. Stephanie Craig

Ms. Stephanie Craig

Phone: (315) 279-5609
Hegeman Hall 304

E-mail: scraig@keuka.edu
Office: Hegeman Hall 304

Academic Credentials

University at Buffalo
M.S.W. in Social Work
Nazareth College
B.A. in Elementary Education
Nazareth College
B.A. in Social Science

Professional Interests

Advocacy for the disabled, improving the distribution of benefits and creating awareness of the large minority, creating greater awareness of the importance of children's rights in many areas, gay/lesbian rights with regard to parenting. Treatment of mood disorders, couple's therapy, and youth and adolescent counseling.

Biography

Associate Professor Stephanie Craig has been a social worker for nearly 30 years. She is a Licensed Registered Certified Social Worker which is the highest clinical social work degree. Stephanie has been a practicing clinician for Not-for-Profit agencies such as Pathways, Inc. and Family Service Society, Inc. She is the owner of a private practice in Bath NY, Professional Counseling Services, since 1994. Specialties include mood disorders, forensic social work, developmental disabilities and child and family issues.

Craig came to Keuka in 2002 as an adjunct instructor and began her full time position in 2003 in the Education and Social Work Division. She has taught most of the courses in the curriculum. According to Craig, “the excitement is in teaching the Introduction to Social Work class, awakening the passion, and teaching the history of social justice."

One of her favorite experiences was taking a group of students to New York City to participate in a Peace march. The passion and heart of the profession is what Craig imparts to all of her students.

In 2004 and 2007, Craig led group Field Periods to Poland for a cultural immersion experience for one month. Craig received the Excellence in Experiential Teaching Award for the 2005-2006 Academic year.

Publications & Presentations

Hackman, R. & Craig, S. (2012, November). Going the distance: A BSW program's adventure at building social capital. Paper presentation at the Council on Social Work Education's Annual Program Meeting. Washington, D.C.

Upcoming Classes

Term Course Day Time
Fall 2014 SWK421.01: Human Behavior and Social Environment II MWF 1:25 PM - 2:20 PM
Fall 2014 SWK101.01: Introduction to Social Work MWF 11:15 AM - 12:10 PM