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About Alina Baltazar

Alina Baltazar, PhD, MSW, ACSW, LMSW, CFLE, Associate Professor and Director of the MSW program in the  Social Work Department and Director of the Center for Prevention Education at the Institute for the Prevention of Addiction at Andrews University, and psychotherapist at Psychiatric and Psychological Specialties, St. Joseph, MI.  Ms. Baltazar received her BA in psychology from Andrews University, Master of Social Work from University of Michigan, and Ph.D in Human Development and Family Studies from Michigan State University.  In the area of academics, Ms. Baltazar, has worked as an adjunct faculty in social work, behavioral sciences, and family studies, and as a research scientist.   Her research areas are in religiosity and parental influence on health risk behaviors, domestic violence, and mental health.  She has published textbook chapters, peer reviewed journal articles, magazine articles, and presented at church and national conferences as well as given presentations in the community on these topics.  Ms. Baltazar has been a social worker for over 17 years.  As a social work clinician, Ms. Baltazar has worked in the areas of medical social work, out-reach counseling, psychiatric social work, domestic violence program administrator, and psychotherapy.  

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Social Work, Andrews University School of Social Work
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Present MSW Program Director, Andrews University
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Education

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BA Psychology, Andrews University
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MSW, The University Of Michigan
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PhD Human Development & Family Studies, Michigan State University
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Contact Information

Office Location: 014 Nethery Hall
Phone: (269) 471-6877

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