Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago
M.A., University of Chicago
B.A., University of Wisconsin
Room: 1035 Enderis Hall
Dr. Goldie Kadushin (Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, 1989) joined the faculty in 1994. Her teaching responsibilities are in the area of social work methods. Dr. Kadushin is the Coordinator of Adjunct Faculty for the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare.
Dr. Kadushin’s current research interests are in the areas of social work practice with the elderly and social work interview techniques. She has co-authored three books: The Social Work Interview 4th edition (1997 with Professor Alfred Kadushin); Social work practice in community-based health care, (2007 with Professor Marcia Egan) and Gerontological Home Health Care: A Guide for the Social Work Practitioner (2008, with Professor Marica Egan). Dr. Kadushin’s most recent book is the Social Work Interview 5th edition (in press with Alfred Kadushin).
Dr. Kadushin has served a consultant to the Hartford Foundation in the establishment of a National Geriatric Framework for Home Health Care and in the identification of gerontological curriculum content for health care specializations in graduate schools of social work.
Dr. Kadushin has 15 years of social work practice experience in health care.
Select Recent Publications: Books
Kadushin, A. & Kadushin, G. (in press). The social work interview: A guide for human service professionals, 5th edition.
Professional Work: Articles in Refereed Journals
The Clinical Supervisor
Journal of Gerontological Social Work
Social Work in Health Care
Journal of Social Work in Long Term Care