Ann m. Callahan, PhD, lcsw



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ANN M. CALLAHAN, PhD, LCSW

119 Leyden Drive

Crossville, TN 38558

(865) 494-7006

Email: dranncallahan@gmail.com

Website: http://dranncallahan.info/


EDUCATION
Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

August 2004, Dissertation: The Role of Demographic Diversity in Predicting Worker Psychological Safety

Master of Science in Social Work, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

May 1997, Concentration: Management and Community Practice

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

May 1993, Concentration: Illustration Design


AREAS OF INTEREST
My primary interest is in the spiritual dimensions of the therapeutic relationship with an emphasis on hospice social work. My secondary interests are in gerontology, educational technology, organizational leadership, social work values/ethics, social welfare policy, cultural competence, and social justice.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
08/15 – present Lecturer

University of Kentucky, College of Social Work, Center of Excellence in Rural Health, Hazard, KY

Responsible for teaching the following undergraduate courses: Human Behavior in the Social Environment I (traditional), Social Work Research (traditional), and Social Work Practice III (traditional). I am also teaching the following graduate course: Substance Misuse (online). Learning Management Systems: Blackboard and Canvas


01/15 – present Adjunct Professor

Georgia Military College, Social Work Program, Online Campus, Milledgeville, GA

Responsible for teaching the following undergraduate course: Self- Awareness and Professional Development (online). I am also contracted as a content expert for online course redevelopment. Learning Management System: Moodle

01/15 – 05/15 Adjunct Professor

University of Kentucky, College of Social Work, Center of Excellence in Rural Health, Hazard, KY

Responsible for teaching the following graduate course: Introduction to Social Welfare Policies and Services (hybrid). I was also contracted to develop an undergraduate/graduate Substance Misuse online course. Learning Management System: Blackboard


08/13 – 05/14 Associate Professor

Middle Tennessee State University, Department of Social Work, Murfreesboro, TN

Responsible for teaching the following graduate courses: Social Welfare Policy and Services (online), Advanced Macro Practice (hybrid), and Practicum II (hybrid). I also had release time to coordinate the Mid-Tennessee Collaborative-Master of Social Work (MTC-MSW) program for which I engaged in student/prospective student advising; worked with Desire2Learn online learning management system technical support staff; planned/facilitated monthly meetings (faculty, field instructor, and chairs); planned/facilitated administrative meetings (chairs and deans); visited MTC-MSW faculty/students across 3 program locations; engaged in ad hoc committee work; represented the MTC-MSW program at recruitment events/presentations; spearheaded MTC-MSW log/brochure development; coordinated the revision of the MTC-MSW program application; reviewed MTC-MSW program applications; revised comprehensive exam/rubric; and worked with faculty and staff to collect/analyze/disseminate program data. Learning Management System: Desire2Learn


08/07 – 05/13 Associate Professor (promoted from Assistant Professor in 08/12)

Lincoln Memorial University, Department of Social Work, Harrogate, TN

Responsible for teaching the following undergraduate courses: Orientation to Practice, Social Welfare History (hybrid), Social Welfare Policy (hybrid), Human Behavior in the Social Environment I/II (hybrid), Practice with Individuals, Practice with Groups and Families, Practice with Organizations and Communities, Human Diversity and Social Justice (hybrid), Spiritual Caregiving, Spirituality and Health Care (online), American Citizenship and Civic Life (online), and Helping People in Crisis (online). Learning Management Systems: Blackboard and Edvance360

09/04 – 02/06 Assistant Professor

Jacksonville State University, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Jacksonville, AL

Responsible for teaching the following undergraduate courses: Introduction to Social Work, Social Policy and Programs, Cultural Diversity and Social Justice, Social Work and Substance Abuse, and Social Work and Mental Health. Learning Management System: Blackboard


01/01 – 07/04 Adjunct Instructor

Pellissippi State Technical Community College, Business and Community Services, Knoxville, TN

Responsible for teaching the continuing education course Parents, Children and Divorce which was an approved 4-hour Parent Education Course for Tennessee Judicial District 6.


08/01 – 12/02 Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Tennessee, College of Social Work, Knoxville, TN

Responsible for facilitating two undergraduate skills labs as part of Social Work Practice I/II classes (08/01-05/02) and a graduate field seminar as part of first-semester field placements (08/02-12/02).


PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
05/14 – 01/15 Psychotherapist

Key Rehabilitation, Murfreesboro, TN

Responsible for treatment planning, individual therapy, staff recommendations, and staff training to address the psychiatric needs of nursing home residents.


05/06 – 05/07 Facility Coordinator/Psychotherapist

Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital and Center, Harriman, TN Responsible for facility operations, clinical staff, treatment team, psychotherapy, and committee work (e.g., selected for research committee).
02/06 – 5/06     Lead Psychotherapist Covenant Behavioral Health System, Knoxville, TN Responsible for intake assessment, treatment planning, individual/family/group therapy, case management, and discharge planning in senior day program. Other activities included assisting in web page design and paperwork revision.

09/03 – 07/04 Psychotherapist



Paradigm Health Care, Largo, FL

Responsible for intake assessment, treatment planning, individual therapy, staff recommendations, and staff training to address the psychiatric needs of nursing home residents.


08/03 – 07/04 RAP Study Clinician

University of Tennessee, College of Social Work, Knoxville, TN

Responsible for evaluating at-risk youth in juvenile courts for potential inclusion in The Rural Appalachia Project (RAP) directed by Dr. Charles Glisson of the Children’s Mental Health Services Research Center.


08/02 – 09/03 Mobile Crisis Clinician

Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital, Oak Ridge, TN

Responsible for crisis assessment with treatment referral, facilitation, and patient emergency commitment for inpatient psychiatric treatment. Additional duties included peer advisement, participation on team to plan on-going client care, and outpatient intake assessment with treatment referral and facilitation.


03/98 – 12/00 Mobile Crisis Clinician

Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital, Oak Ridge, TN

Responsible for crisis assessment with treatment referral, facilitation, and patient emergency commitment for inpatient psychiatric treatment. Additional duties included peer advisement, participation on team to plan on-going client care, and outpatient intake assessment with treatment referral and facilitation.

12/97 – 03/98 Mobile Crisis Clinician

Covenant Behavioral Health System, Knoxville, TN

Responsible for crisis assessment with treatment referral, facilitation, utilization review, and peer advisement.


06/97 – 10/97 Cancer Control Project Manager

American Cancer Society, Knoxville, TN

Responsible for volunteer recruitment, supervision, field instruction, community needs assessment, program development, media relations, community presentations, program/fiscal monitoring, and grant writing.


10/93 – 06/97 Mental Health Associate

Baptist Hospital of East Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Responsible for crisis assessment with treatment referral, facilitation, and utilization review as well as developed, facilitated, and co-facilitated groups for patients with mental health and substance abuse issues.


PRESENTATIONS
Juried Presentations

Callahan, A. M. (pending - 2015, November). Therapeutic Relationship as a Spiritual Resource. Workshop to be presented for the North American Association of Christians in Social Work’s 65th Annual Convention in Grand Rapids, MI.


Callahan, A. M. (2014, March). Key concepts in spiritual care: Using multidisciplinary research to build spiritual competence. Paper presented for the 2014 Social Work Hospice & Palliative Care Network’s General Assembly in San Diego, CA.
Callahan, A. M. (2012, October). Spiritual self-reflection as a resource for meaningful work. Workshop presented for the North American Association of Christians in Social Work’s 62nd Annual Convention in St. Louis, MO.
Callahan, A. M. (2011, October). Teaching spiritual care: Resources and results. Workshop presented for the North American Association of Christians in Social Work’s 61st Annual Convention in Pittsburg, PA.
Callahan, A. M. (2011, June). A relational model for spiritually-sensitive hospice care. Poster presented for the 9th International Conference on Grief and Bereavement in Contemporary Society and Association of Death Education and Counseling’s 33rd Annual Conference in Miami, FL.
Callahan, A. M. (2010, June). A qualitative exploration of spiritual care at the end-of-life (Final Results). Poster presented for the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Spirituality, Theology & Health in Durham, NC.
Callahan, A. M. (2009, October). A qualitative exploration of spiritual care at the end-of-life (Preliminary Results). Paper presented for the North American Association of Christians in Social Work’s 59th Annual Convention in Indianapolis, IN.
Callahan, A. M. (2008, December). Letting go: A guided imagery experience. Workshop presented for the 2008 Fall Symposium sponsored by the Department of Humanities and Fine Arts at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, TN.

Callahan, A. M. and McDaniel, A. (2008, October). Basic training: A multimedia primer. Workshop presented for the Appalachian College Association Summit XI in Abingdon, VA.


Callahan, A. M. and McDaniel, A. (2008, March). Teaching social work through digital imagery. Workshop presented for the 25th Annual Conference of the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors in Destin, FL.
Callahan, A. M. (2007, June). Work space as sacred space. Workshop presented for the 2nd North American Conference on Spirituality and Social Work in Chicago, IL.
Callahan, A. M. (2006, November). Enhancing spirituality through social work practice. Workshop presented for the Middle East TN Fall Training Conference sponsored by the Conference on Social Welfare in Knoxville, TN.
Callahan, A. M. and Barclift, D. (2005, November). “Coming out” for gay and lesbian youth: Strengthening families in transition. Workshop presented for the 23rd Annual Conference of the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors in Austin, TX.
Callahan, A. M. (2005, October). Communicating from spirit in social work practice. Workshop presented for the North American Association of Christians in Social Work’s 55th Annual Convention in Grand Rapids, MI.
Callahan, A. M. (2002, October). Exploring the role of employee diversity in predicting workplace aggression. Paper presented for the Diversity Conference sponsored by the University of South Carolina and co-sponsored by the Council on Social Work Education and National Association of Social Workers, Charleston, SC.
Faver, C., Cox, M. E., and Callahan, A. (2002, August). Religious involvement and beliefs about social inequality. Paper presented for the Association for the Sociology of Religion, Chicago, IL.
Faver, C., Cox, M., and Callahan, A. (2001, October). Images of god and orientations to social welfare: A survey of social work students. Paper presented for the Scientific Study of Religion and Religious Research Association Annual Meeting, Columbus, OH.
Callahan, A. M. (2001, October). Reconstructing marriage: The homosexual fight for equality from 1970 to 2000. Paper presented for the Diversity Conference sponsored by the University of South Carolina and co-sponsored by the Council on Social Work Education and National Association of Social Workers, Charleston, SC.
Faver, C., Cox, M. E., and Callahan, A. M. (2001, January). Spiritual experiences of social work students. Paper presented for the 5th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) sponsored by SSWR and co-sponsored by The University of Georgia and The Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research, Atlanta, GA.
Invited Presentations

Callahan, A. M. (2014, March). Beyond phobias. Presentation for the Spectrum Lecture Series sponsored by the MT Lambda Student Group at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN.


Callahan, A. M. (2012, October). Cultivating meaningful work through relationship. Workshop for the 2012 East Tennessee Support Staff Workshop sponsored by the Tennessee Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers in Knoxville, TN.
Callahan, A. M. (2011, October). Relational spirituality: When professional helping enhances life meaning. Workshop for the Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center Ethics Conference in Knoxville, TN.
Callahan, A. M. (2010, November). Exploring the relational aspects of spiritually-sensitive hospice care. Audio conference for the North American Association of Christians in Social Work.
Callahan, A. M. (2010, April). The face of gender equity. Workshop for the Lincoln Memorial University’s Athletic Department’s Gender Equity Training in Harrogate, TN.
Callahan, A. M. (2009, October). A qualitative exploration of spiritual care at the end-of-life (Presentation Preview). Presentation for the Lincoln Memorial University’s School of Allied Health Sciences Faculty Showcase in Harrogate, TN.
Callahan, A.M., Beckman, S., and Kiick, D. (2009, August). Developing a quality, interactive conference presentation. Workshop for the Lincoln Memorial University’s Faculty and Staff Conference Week in Harrogate, TN.
Callahan, A. M. (2009, February). Servant leadership: Responding to the call. Workshop for the Saint Francis Episcopal Church Vestry Retreat in Norris, TN.
Callahan, A. M. (2009, February). Spiritual caregiving: A generalist perspective. Workshop for the Social Workers of the Lakeway Area’s Social Work Month Workshop in Morristown, TN.
Callahan, A. M. (2008, October). Spiritual caregiving: A research perspective. Keynote address for the Lincoln Memorial University’s Tri-State Social Work Roundtable in Harrogate, TN.
Callahan, A. M. (2006, December). Professional boundaries in therapeutic relationships. Workshop for the Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital and Center’s monthly administrative meeting in Oak Ridge, TN.
Callahan, A. M. (2005, November). Social work and spirituality. Workshop for the Coosa Valley Chapter of the National Association of Social Worker’s bi-monthly meeting in Anniston, AL.
Callahan, A. M. and Sullivan, M. (2005, March). Spiritual renewal for social workers. Workshop for the Jacksonville State University’s 24th Annual Social Work Day in Jacksonville, AL.

Callahan, A. M. and Tyson, E. (2001, August). Bumping into otherness. Workshop for the University of Tennessee’s First Year Studies Diversity Sensitivity Training in Knoxville.

Callahan, A. M. and Meyer-Adams, N. (2001, July). Bumping into otherness: Gay and lesbian issues. Workshop for the University of Tennessee’s MSSW Student Diversity Sensitivity Training in Knoxville.
PUBLICATIONS
Journal Articles

Callahan, A. M. (2015). Key concepts in spiritual care for hospice social workers: How a multidisciplinary perspective can inform spiritual competence. Social Work & Christianity, 42(1), 43-62. Available at http://www.cswe.org/CentersInitiatives/CurriculumResources/50777/54108.aspx


Callahan, A. M. (2013). A relational model for spiritually-sensitive hospice care. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care, 9(2-3), 158-179. DOI: 10.1080/15524256.2013.794051
Callahan, A. M. (2012). Veterinary social work: How undergraduate social workers can make a difference. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 17(17), 149-158.
Callahan, A. M. (2012). A qualitative exploration of spiritually-sensitive hospice care. Journal of Social Service Research, 38(2), 144-155. DOI: 10.1080/01488376.2011.619425
Callahan, A. M. (2009). Spiritually-sensitive care in hospice social work. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care, 5(3-4), 169-185.
Callahan, A. M. (2009). Growing through organizational change. Families in Society, 90(3), 329-331.
Callahan, A. M. (2009). Coming-out at work: A spiritual journey. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 15(2), 54-59.
Faver, C. A., Cox, M. E., and Callahan, A. (2003). Social work students’ images of god. Social Thought, 22(4), 53-74.
Book

Callahan, A. M. (in process). Spirituality and hospice social work. New York: Columbia University Press. (Phase: manuscript review starting Nov. 1, 2015)


Book Chapter

Callahan, A. M., & Brotherton, R. (2014). Understanding the human-animal bond and implications for practice with community living older adults. In H. F. O. Vakalahi, G. Simpson, & N. Giunta (Eds.), The collective spirit of aging across cultures (pp. 253-271). New York: Springer Science+Business Media.
Book Reviews

Callahan, A. M. (in press). [Review of the book Counseling and Christianity: Five approaches]. Christianity and Social Work.


Callahan, A. M. (2014). [Review of the book Ethics in professional life: Virtues for health and social care]. Christianity and Social Work, 41(2-3), 263-265.
Callahan, A. M. (2014). [Review of the book Relational social work practice with diverse populations]. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 11(1), 89-90. Available at http://www.jswve.org/index.php/spring-2014-volume-11-no-1
Callahan, A. M. (2013). [Review of the book Seven management moralities]. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 10(2), 82-83. Available at http://www.jswve.org/index.php/component/content/article/78-about-jswve/88-fall-2013-volume-10-no-2
Callahan, A. M. (2013). [Review of the book Spiritually in clinical practice: Theory and practice of spiritually oriented psychotherapy, 2nd ed]. Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, 32(4), 422-424, DOI: 10.1080/15426432.2013.839253

Callahan, A. M. (2013). [Review of the book Spiritually integrated psychotherapy: Understanding and addressing the sacred]. Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, 32(1), 104-108. DOI: 10.1080/15426432.2013.750523

Callahan, A. M. (2013). [Review of the book Integrative body-mind-spirit social work: An empirically based approach to assessment and treatment]. Social Work and Christianity, 40(1), 124-126.

Callahan, A. M. (2011). [Review of the book The maintenance of life: Preventing social death through euthanasia talk and end-of-life care – Lessons from the neatherlands]. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics 8(2).

Available at http://www.socialworker.com/jswve/content/view/144/74/
Callahan, A. M. (2011). [Review of the book Religion, belief and social work: Making a difference]. Social Work and Christianity, 38(4), 491-493.
Callahan, A. M. (2011). [Review of the book A glorious adventure]. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 54(7), 749-750. DOI: 10.1080/01634372.2011.606358
Callahan, A. M. (2011). [Review of the book Humanistic social work: Core principles in practice]. Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, 30(2), 181. DOI: 10.1080/15426432.2011.567122
Callahan, A. M. (2011). [Review of the book Religion and spirituality in psychotherapy: An individual psychology perspective]. Social Work and Christianity, 38(1), 101-103.
Callahan, A. M. (2010). [Review of the book Surviving health care: A manual for patients and their families]. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 7(2). Available at http://www.socialworker.com/jswve/fall2010/f10callahan.pdf

Callahan, A. M. (2010). [Review of the book Spirituality in counseling and psychotherapy: The face-spirit model]. Social Work and Christianity, 37(4), 471-473.

Callahan, A. M. (2010). [Review of the book Social work and spirituality]. Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, 29(3), 271. DOI: 10.1080/15426432.2010.495635

Callahan, A. M. (2010). [Review of the book Spiritual resources in family therapy]. Social Work and Christianity, 37(1), 97-99.

Callahan, A. M. (2010). [Review of the book The rebirth of the clinic: An introduction to spirituality in health care]. Social Work in Health Care, 49(2), 193-196. DOI: 10.1080/00981380903328580

Callahan, A. M. (2009, Fall). [Review of the book Guide to caregiving in the final moments of life]. Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 6(3). Available at http://www.socialworker.com/jswve/content/view/137/69/

Callahan, A. M. (2009, Fall). [Review of the book Islam and social work: Debating values, transforming practice]. The New Social Worker, 16(4). Available at http://www.socialworker.com/home/Reviews/Book_Reviews/Book_and_Video_Reviews%3A_Fall_2009/
Callahan, A. M. (2009). Alternative therapies [Review of the book The zen of helping and Mindfulness and the therapeutic relationship]. Families in Society Online, 90(0). Available at http://www.familiesinsociety.org/bookreviews.asp

Callahan, A. M. (2009). Supporting lgbt communities [Review of the book Social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people (2nd Ed.) and Gay affirmative therapy for the straight clinician: The essential guide]. Families in Society Online, 90(0). Available at

http://www.familiesinsociety.org/bookreviews.asp
Other Publications

A Callahan. (2015, January 26). God’s Handiwork. [Web log comment]. Retrieved from http://nacsw.org/blog/2015/gods-handiwork/
Callahan, A. M. (2014). Religion and clients. In L. H. Cousins and J. G. Golson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Services and Diversity (1132-1138). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483346663
Callahan, A. M. (2014). Spirituality/religion and diversity. In L. H. Cousins and J. G. Golson (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Services and Diversity (1253-1256). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781483346663
Callahan, A. M. (2013). Untitled reflection. In Salzburg Global Seminar (Ed.), Creating sites of global citizenship: The mellow fellow community initiative (p. 86). Washington, DC: Salzburg Global Seminar. Available at http://www.salzburgglobal.org/current/journal-b.cfm
Paris, K., Patterson, R. and Callahan, A. (2012, March). Council on social work education accreditation report. Harrogate, TN: Lincoln Memorial University. (Successfully re-accredited from February 2013 until February 2021)
Callahan, A. M. (2011, November). Teaching spiritual care: Resources and results. In the unedited Proceedings for the NACSW’s 61st Annual Convention and Training Conference (pp. 1-73). Botsford, CT: North American Association of Christians in Social Work. Available at http://www.nacsw.org/Publications/Proceedings2011/Proceedings2011.htm

Callahan, A. M. (2011, September/October). Spiritually sensitive hospice care. Social Work Today, 11(5), 25-27. Available at http://viewer.zmags.com/

publication/b148f278#/b148f278/24
Callahan, A. (2010, September). LMU students gain experience through remote area medical services. Available at

http://www.lmunet.edu/academics/programs/LMU%20Social%20Students%20Gain%20Experience.pdf


Callahan, A. (2010, October). Speaking the word of god. Catalyst, 53(4), 6.
Callahan, A. (2010, April). A divine calling. Catalyst, 53(2), 6.
Callahan, A. (2009, October). The constant gardener. Catalyst, 52(4), 7.
Callahan, A. (2009, March). Social working on a sunday. Catalyst, 52(2), 8.
Callahan, A. (2008, July). Choosing the better part. Catalyst, 51(3), 10.
Callahan, A. M. (2008, May/June). Work space as sacred space—Creating a comfort zone. Social Work Today, 8(3), 30.
Callahan, A. M. (2007). Second thoughts from the front lines. Social Work, 52(04), 364.
Callahan, A. M. (2007). This I believe. [Web log essay]. Available at http://thisibelieve.org/essay/22913/

GRANTS
Research Grants

2014: Callahan, A. M. John Templeton Foundation – Submitted a letter of inquiry for $10,000 to fund a research project called Spirituality and Hospice Social Work that is intended to inform book manuscript preparation (not funded).


2014: Weatherby, N, (PI), Langston, W., Callahan, A., and Gray, J. Tennessee Board of Regents – Applied for $40,000 to conduct a study called Evaluating LGBT+ Student Success: Needs and Resources for Evidenced-Based Program Planning (not funded).
2012: Callahan, A. M. Sewanee University of the South, The School of Theology – Awarded a Fellowship-in-Residence (two week duration) at Sewanee’s School of Theology for research consultation and $500 to complete a research project.
2010 – 2011: Callahan, A. M. Appalachian College Association – Awarded a Faculty Research Fellowship for $3,000 to conduct a study called A Qualitative Exploration of Spiritually-Sensitive Hospice Care.

2010: Callahan, A. M. Engaged Scholars Studying Congregations – Applied for funding to conduct a study called A Qualitative Exploration of Stephen Ministry in Hospice Care (not funded).

2009 – 2010: Callahan, A. M. Lincoln Memorial University Professional Development Grant – Awarded $1,264 to conduct a pilot study called A Qualitative Exploration of Spiritual Care at the End-of-Life.
2009: Callahan, A. M. The Changing SEA Project, The Life Cycle Institute –Applied for funding to conduct a study called Changing SEA: A Mixed-Methods Study of the Metropolitan Community Church Louisville (not funded).
2009: Callahan, A. M. The Changing SEA Project, The Life Cycle Institute –

Applied for funding to conduct a study called Cultivating Spiritual Intimacy in Relationships: An Opportunity for Young Adults (not funded).


2008 – 2009: Callahan, A. M. Lincoln Memorial University Professional Development Grant – Awarded $3,500 to subsidize specialized training and literature review for project called Exploring Relational Spirituality in Hospice Care.
Other Grants

2015 – 2016: Callahan, A. M. University of Kentucky’s Office of the Provost, Analytics and Technologies and the Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching – Awarded $6,000 to participate in the eLearning Innovation + Design Lab faculty development program for skill development and research dissemination on online and blended learning pedagogy.


2011 – 2012: Callahan, A. M. Appalachian College Association – Awarded a Mellon Foundation Fellowship to participate in Salzburg Global Seminar’s Session 495 Optimizing Talent – Closing Education and Social Mobility Gaps Worldwide: Higher Education and Lifelong Learning from October 2 - 7, 2012 in Salzburg, Austria. This included $500 for my Human Diversity and Social Justice class to conduct a diversity initiative at Lincoln Memorial University.
2011: Callahan, A. M. The Jenzabar Foundation – Applied for funding to sponsor a project called SHARE on Diversity at Lincoln Memorial University (not funded).
2010: Callahan, A. M. Appalachian Community Fund – Applied for funding to sponsor a project called SHARE on Diversity at Lincoln Memorial University (not funded).
2010: Callahan, A. M. The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation – Awarded a Social Entrepreneurship Scholars Program Fellowship for one faculty member and three students at Lincoln Memorial University.
SERVICE
Professional Service

2010 – present: Book reviewer for Social Work and Christianity and Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought.


2009 – present: Book reviewer for Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics.
2009 – present: Guest reviewer for Social Work and Christianity.
2015: Guest reviewer for the Professional Relationships, Values, & Ethics track as part of the North American Association of Christians in Social Work’s 2015 Convention.
2014: Guest reviewer for SAGE Open.
2013: Trained as a site visitor for the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)
2011 – 2012: Planning team member for the North American Association of Christians in Social Work’s 2013 Convention.
2012: Coordinated student volunteers for the North American Association of Christians in Social Work’s 2012 Convention.
2011: Reviewed a book proposal for Lyceum Publications on the topic of spirituality and psychotherapy.
2010: Reviewed grant proposals for the Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture Program sponsored by the Appalachian College Association.
2009: Guest reviewer for a continuing education module for Gannett Education.
University Service

2013 – 2014: Social Work Student of the Year Ad Hoc Committee member and Faculty for Equality member at Middle Tennessee State University.


2007 – 2013: Faculty Senate member (Secretary/Treasurer from 08/07-05/09, Ad Hoc Service Sub-Committee Chair from 08/09-05/10, Faculty Development Funds Sub-Committee Member from 08/11-05/12, and Faculty Manual Review Committee Chair from 08/11-present); Admission’s Committee member (08/09-05/12); Faculty Advisor for social work student SHARE club (08/09-present); Work Study Supervisor (08/08-05/12); Remote Area Medical (RAM) Leadership Committee member and RAM Vet Clinic Volunteer Coordinator (09/07, 06/08, 06/09, 06/10, and 06/12); Earth-Diversity Day Steering Committee member (01/12-05/12); Ad Hoc School Celebration Committee member (08/12-present); Ad Hoc Data Committee member (01/13-present); Ad Hoc Colby Cassani Lectureship Steering Committee member (01/10-09/10); Ad Hoc Search Committee member (2009, 2011, 2012, 2013); and Teaching and Learning through Technology Roundtable member (08/07-05/09) at Lincoln Memorial University.
2009 – 2010: Department of Social Work Recruitment Coordinator – Develop web-enhanced/hybrid/online offerings; participate in community college fairs; revise Department website; develop/revise/purchase recruitment materials; network with potential social work majors; network with local and university contacts; work with MBA students to develop a marketing plan (01/10-05/10); create a social networking presence via Facebook, co-coordinate two Chili Cookoff promotional events (02/10-02/11); and network with Department Faculty to address marketing needs (workload release time of 1 hour per week) at Lincoln Memorial University.
2005 – 2006: Faculty Council member for the College of Arts and Sciences; Gweneth G. Mulder Scholarship Committee member; and Faculty Mentor for incoming students at Jacksonville State University.
2000 – 2003: Ph.D. Social Work Organization member (Secretary from 06/01-10/03); Graduate Student Association member (08/00-05/01); Commission for Women Graduate Student Assistant (08/01-08/03); and Study Circles Against Racism Diversity co-coordinator (01/01-06/02) at the University of Tennessee.
Community Service

2014 – present: Board of Directors, Christian Counseling Center, Crossville, TN


1988 – present: Participation in civic and church groups including education, service, and outreach committee work; development/provision of educational seminars; and co-leadership in GriefShare a grief recovery group for church and community members (05/14-present).
HONORS
2013 – 2014: Nominated by Department Chair at Middle Tennessee State University and accepted to participate in the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences Interdisciplinary Health Research Faculty Learning Community.
2013: Interviewed for the article: Jackson, K. (2013, July/August). Transitions to hospice care: Social workers foster meaningful conversations about dying. Social Work Today, 13(4), 25-27. Available at http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/f1b5872a#/f1b5872a/22
2013: Nominated by Department Chair at Lincoln Memorial University to participate in the Appalachian College Association’s Teaching and Learning Institute (Track II: Teaching and Learning Through Diversity) at Marshall University in Huntington, WV.
2010: Awarded certificate of appreciation for volunteering at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Institute for Child Advocacy Ministry by Children’s Defense Fund in Clinton, TN.
2010: Recognized for research productivity at Lincoln Memorial University, in Harrogate, TN.
2009: Featured in University promotional material used by Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, TN.
2008: Nominated by Department Chair at Lincoln Memorial University and accepted to participate in the Appalachian College Association’s Teaching and Learning Institute (Track I: Pedagogical Strategies and Assessment Techniques) at Brevard College in Brevard, NC.
2005: Awarded for faculty research productivity at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, AL.
1999: Awarded for community service by the Knoxville Gay Pride Organization in Knoxville, TN.
LICENSURE
2000 – present: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Tennessee
AFFILIATIONS
National Association of Social Workers

North American Association of Christians in Social Work

Society for Spirituality and Social Work

Social Work Hospice and Palliative Care Network



Delta Beta Chapter, Phi Alpha National Social Work Honor Society

Salzburg Global Seminar Fellow
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