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Joyce E. Everett, M.S.W., Ph.D.

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Joyce Everett's professional interest is social welfare policy, particularly policies that affect children and families including foster care and kinship care. Other areas of interest include black women's stress and coping, diversity, cultural competence and research. She has been a recipient of federal and private funding to conduct research on kinship care, family resource centers and transracially adopted adults. Her most recent publications and presentations focus on clinical supervision from a developmental model, black women's stress and coping, social policy across the life cycle, empowerment, long-distance caregiving, kinship care, and the School for Social Work's anti-racism field assignment.

Everett co-edited Child Welfare: An Africentric Perspective, with Sandra Chipungu and Bogart Leashore (September 2004).

Education

Ph.D., Brandeis University

M.S.W., University of Michigan School of Social Work

B.A., Morgan State University

Professional Interest Areas

Areas of Current Research

Selected Publications

Miehls, D., Everett, J., Segal, C., du Bois, C. (2011). (Under Review). M.S.W. Student Views of Supervision: Factors Contributing To Satisfactory Field Experiences. Clinical Supervisor.

Hall, J. C., Everett, J., & Hamilton-Mason, J. (forthcoming). Black Women Talk About Workplace Stress and How They Cope. Journal of Black Studies.

Everett, J., Miehls, D., du Bois, C., & Garran, A. (2011). The developmental model of supervision as reflected in the experiences of field supervisors and students. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 31(3).

Everett, J., Hall, C., & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2010). Everyday conflict and daily stressors: Coping responses of Black women. Affilia. 25(1), 30-42.

Hamilton-Mason, J., Hall, C., & Everett, J. (2009). And some of us are brave: Stress and coping responses of African American women 18–55 years of age. Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment. 19(5).

Everett, J. (2008). My last born shall be there to care for me and mine: Caring for siblings and mother. In J. Beckett (ed) Lifting our Voices: The journeys into family caregiving of professional social workers. New York: Columbia University Press.

Everett, J. (2008). Family Foster Care. Encyclopedia of Social Work. New York: Oxford University Press.

Everett, J. Miehls, D., du Bois, C., & Garran, A. (In press). The Developmental Model of Supervision as reflected in the Experiences of Field Supervisors and Students. Journal of Teaching in Social Work.

Hamilton-Mason, J., Hall, C., & Everett, J. (In press). And some of us are brave: Stress and coping among African American Women 18-55 years of age. Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment. 15(9).

Everett, J. (Under review). Social policy through the life cycle. In J. Lesser & D. Pope. Human Behavior and the Social Environment. 2nd edition. New York: Pearson.

Everett, J. (2004). Child welfare revisited: An Africentric perspective. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Donner, S., Basham, K., & Everett, J. (2004) The anti-racism field assignment: Beginning results and lessons learned. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 24(3/4), 147–164.

Basham, K., Donner, S., & Everett, J. (2001). A controversial commitment: The antiracism field assignment. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 21 (1/2), 157–174.

Selected Presentations

January 15, 2011: Everett, J., Hall,C., Hamilton-Mason, J. Black women discuss how they cope with racism and sexism in the workplace. Tampa, Florida: Society for Social Work and Research 15th Annual Conference.

October 31, 2008: Everett, J., Hall, C., Hamilton-Mason, J. And Some of Us are Braver: Black Women Managing Stress and Coping. Philadelphia, PA: Council on Social Work Education APM Meeting. (Poster session).

January 2004: Everett, J., Homstead, K., & Drisko, J. Local observers: An Innovative method of data collection for community-based research. Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA.