Annecy Baez, Ph.D., LCSW

Vice-Chair, Practice Sequence, Associate Professor

Graduate School of Social Work

Areas of Expertise

College mental health, Latino mental issues, depression/anxiety, suicide prevention, trauma, domestic violence, mindfulness and spirituality in therapy

Biography

Annecy Baez is an associate professor for the clinical social work practice sequence and teaches clinical practice and human behavior at the Graduate School of Social Work. Dr. Baez received her Ph.D. from New York University School of Social Work, her MSW from Hunter School of Social Work and her B.A. from Pace University. Her professional writing and research focuses on mental health needs of Latinos, alcohol abuse, coping skills of youth in residential care, spirituality in the Latino community and the use of innovative approaches to social work education, and her most recent research interests include social work practice in college mental health, depression, trauma and domestic violence.

Publications

My Daughter's Eyes and Other Stories

My Daughter's Eyes and Other Stories - Publishers Weekly

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