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Ryan Petros

Education

PhD Student, Doctoral Program in Social Welfare, 2012-2013 cohort

Dissertation: Learning and Utilizing WRAP’s Framework: The Process of Recovery for Serious Mental Illness

Ryan Petros’s research interests include recovery for adults with serious mental illness, self-management strategies, clinical and social work interventions, peer support, community integration, homelessness and long-term homelessness, and permanent supportive housing. He is particularly interest in mixed methods research and has been working on projects using multimedia strategies for data collection including autovideography. Ryan received his Master’s in Social Work from the University of Minnesota, and his Bachelor’s in Social Work and English from St. Olaf College.

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