Susan Lord, Ph.D., LICSW
Social Work Dept.
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH 03824
Susan Lord is a Professor in the Social Work Department at the University of New Hampshire where she strives to engage in collaborative learning/teaching processes in practice, trauma and family therapy courses in the MSW Program. Prior to her appointment at UNH, Susan held an appointment at Harvard Medical School where she taught family therapy courses. She has worked in a number of inpatient and outpatient psychiatric settings, and has a private psychotherapy practice in York, Maine.
Areas of special interest, national and international presentation and publication include integrating social constructionist, family systems, and psychodynamic ideas and practices into trauma work, and the cultivation of mindfulness and spirituality in psychotherapy.
Susan Lord, Ph.D Files & Links
- Meditative dialogue: A tool for engaging students in collaborative learning processes. Journal of Fa (45.02 KB)
- Meditative dialogue: Cultivating sacred space in psychotherapy- An intersubjective fourth? (175.42 KB)
- Meditative Dialogue: Cultivating the Transformative Theater of Psychotherapy(114.03 KB)
- Systemic work with clients with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. (112.84 KB)
- Theoretical frameworks for working with harder to reach families: lines, curlicues, and spirals (286.05 KB)
- Susan Lord Books