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Julie Tennille, MSW, LSW, PhD

PhD Graduate

May 2013

Dissertation Title: An RCT of an Evidence-Based Practice Teaching Model with the Field Instructor/Social Work Intern Dyad

Advisor: Dr. Phyllis Solomon

Julie Tennille is a PhD graduate and former research fellow at Penn’s School of Social Policy and Practice. She has been a lecturer in advanced clinical social work practice with the school since 2003. Julie provides brief Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) to women experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) and problem drinking. She received her MSW in 1996 and has been in direct practice, services research, and administration in public mental health and HIV/AIDS services for over 20 years. Her research interests include HIV primary and secondary prevention and the intersection of research and practice in social work.

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