Robert G. Blundo, Ph.D., LCSW, ACSW, BCD
McNeill Hall 3096
Teaching areas: Social Constructivism, Postmodern Approaches to Practice, Diversity, Social Work Epistemology, Strengths Perspective and Solution-Focused Practice, Rural Social Work, Group Work, Crisis Intervention, and Resiliency.
Research Areas: Flourishing and Well Being, Masculinity, Aging, Military Social Work, PTSD.
Dr. Blundo established the Strengths Collaborative which works on bringing strengths based practice to the region and state through trainings and consultations and a weekly collaborative team meeting of child protective service workers at the county social services to assist them in incorporating strengths and solution focused practice into work with families and children. He has published 33 articles and book chapters and has submitted a completed text on Solution-focused Case Management for review by Brooks/Cole publishers. Dr. Blundo has 30 of practice experience and 20 years of teaching experience. He has taught graduate and undergraduate social work since 1988. He has published 12 articles and book chapters in the past 9 years and made over 25 presentations at national and regional professional meetings and conferences.