Susan B. Gerbino
Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work;
Coordinator, Sarah Lawrence College Program
MSW, Fordham University; PhD, New York University
Certificate in Bioethics and the Medical Humanities, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
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Susan Gerbino has been with NYU School of Social Work since 1987. She is currently the Coordinator of our Westchester Campus, the Director of our Dual Degree Program in Social Work and Child Development with Sarah Lawrence College and is the Director of our Post-Masters Certificate Program in Palliative and End-of-Life Care.
Dr. Gerbino teaches in the MSW program as well as the Post-Masters Certificate Program. She has a private practice specializing in work with people with chronic or life-threatening illnesses and complicated bereavement.
Dr. Gerbino is the co-founder of NASW-Mentorship Program, which provides support and continuing education for recent BSW and MSW graduates. She was the 2005 NASW-NY State Social Worker of the Year for that program and for her work in the wake of September 11.
- Berzoff, J., Lucas, G., DeLuca, D., Browning, D., Gerbino, S., Foster, Z. and Chachkes, E. (2006). Clinical Social Work Education in Palliative and End of Life Care: Relational Approaches for Advanced Practitioners. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care, 2(2), 45-63.
- Reese, D., Raymer, M., Orloff, S., Gerbino, S., Valade, R., Dawson, S., Butler, C., & Wise-Wright, M., & Huber, R. (2006). The Social Work Assessment Tool (SWAT). Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care, 2(2).
- Gerbino, S. and Henderson, S. (2004). End-of-Life Bioethics in Clinical Social Work Practice. In J. Berzoff and P. Silverman (Eds.), Living with dying: A comprehensive handbook for practitioners in end-of-life care. New York: Columbia University Press.