Kathryn (Kate) Sheridan is an assistant professor with the Illinois State University’s School of Social Work. She holds a Bachelor’s of Social Work from University of Alabama at Birmingham, a Master’s of Social Work from University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, and a Ph.D. in Social Work from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her current research interests include families involved with the use and production of methamphetamine and with pregnant and parenting teens who use substances. She also has an active line of research examining the effectiveness of child protection mediation programs in McLean and Cook counties in Illinois.
498Advanced Practicum II
492Advanced Practicum Seminar II
448Practice Evaluation II