Deb E. Bowen, MSW, LCSW
McNeill Hall 3074
Teaching Areas: Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Introduction to Social Work and the Social Welfare System, Generalist Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families, Generalist Social Work Practice with Groups, Generalist Social Work Practice with Communities and Organizations, Global Social Work, Social Service Practice with the Elderly, Interviewing Skills, and Field Seminar.
Research Areas: Death and Dying, First Peoples, Aging
Ms. Bowen has been on the School faculty since 1993. She has been in clinical practice since 1993 in both private practice and non-profit agencies. She is a former member of the NASW-NC Board of Directors. She is a frequent presenter at statewide conferences in areas of caregiver and death and dying issues, and social worker self-care. She has published a book on grief-work for caregivers. Additionally, she has interest in issues facing First Peoples, and developed a cultural exchange program with Sinte Gleska University on the Lakota Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota annually.