M.S.W., University of California-Berkeley
B.A., San Francisco State University
Room: 1063 Enderis Hall
Roberta J. Hanus (M.S.W., University of California-Berkeley) has been a field liaison with the School since 1990. Her responsibilities are in the area of medical social work, health care & older adults, hospice programs and community based programs for the LGBT community.
As a Clinical Associate Professor, Ms. Hanus has taught courses in group work, conflict resolution, death and dying and the relationship of spirituality to social work practice. Ms. Hanus has a private practice with an integrative psychotherapeutic approach known as Process Work, which she has studied for the past 15 years. Her particular skill is in supporting individuals, couples, families and groups to find the underlying meaning and usefulness in their conflicts.
Licenses and Certification
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)-Wisconsin (# 2767-123)
1985: Elected Speaker of the Class for MSW Graduation - UC-Berkeley
1994: Traveled to United Arab Emirates (UAE) to provide consultation to the University of UAE (Abu Dhabi and Dubai) social work field programs
1999: Delegate for Wisconsin at the NASW Delegate Assembly-Washington, D.C
2010-2012 President, NASW-Wisconsin
2012-2013 Chair, NASW-Wisconsin National Leadership Institute
National Association of Social Workers