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Paul Richard Smokowski, M.S.W., Ph.D., C.P.

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Dr. Smokowski, a tenured full professor, is an exceptionally productive, passionate, and innovative scholar and leader who embodies outstanding interdisciplinary research in the area of youth violence and bullying prevention for which he gained national prominence not only in social work but also in the fields of developmental psychopathology, Latino studies, human development, and family studies. Dr. Smokowski is in the top tier of social work researchers across the country (over $12M in federally funded research grants), very well published (over 94 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters) and co-authored the 21st most cited article in the social work field in the past decade, “Bullying in school: An overview of types, effects, family characteristics, and intervention strategies”. Dr. Smokowski graduated from St. Elizabeth Hospital's Psychodrama Training Program in 1992 and received his C.P. in 1995. Along with Dr. Martica Bacallao, TEP, he created the experiential Entre Dos Mundos/Between Two Worlds program for immigrant families adjusting to acculturation stress. This is one of the few psychodrama intervention programs designed with funding from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and evaluated with a randomized clinical trial. Dr. Smokowski uses action methods in teaching family therapy and in making presentations for many different audiences around the country.


3846 Derby Downs Drive
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Office Phone: (919) 428-5716

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