Cheryl Resnick-Cortes, D.S.W.

Email
resnickc@georgian.edu
Phone: 732-987-2366
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Office Location:
A&S 115A
Office Hours:
Posted on my office door
Dept/School:
Social Work Department
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Educational Background:

  • 1988-1992 Yeshiva University - Wurzweiler School Of Social Work: D.S.W. 
  • 1978-1980 Yeshiva University- Wurzweiler School Of Social Work: M.S.W.,
  • 1974-1976 New School For Social Research- M.A. Psychology: Scholarship

Publications:

  • Risely-Curtiss, Christina (2010) Social Work and other Animals: Living up to Ecological Practice in  DeMello, Margo, Ed. Teaching the Animal, ( pp.281-298). Brooklyn,  N.Y. Lantern Publishers.
  • Resnick-Cortes, Cheryl.  (Fall, 2006) “Seventy Years of Mistrust: Elderly Survivors of Sexual Abuse”, Reflections.  pp. 75-79.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F., Turnage, B., Dick, G., & Resnick, C. (2006).  Orgasmic disorders. In B. Thyer & J. Wodarski (Eds.), Handbook of Evidence-Based Social Work Practice in Mental Health. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F., Jacinto, G.A., Dick, G. & Resnick, C. (2006).  Sexual desire and arousal disorders. In B. Thyer & J. Wodarski (Eds.), Handbook of Evidence-Based Social Work Practice in Mental Health. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F., Resnick, C., Neslon-Gardell, Debra, and Harrison, Dianne F. (1998). “Treatment Of Sexual Dysfunctions: What Social Workers need To Know.” Research On Social Work Practice, 8(6)(November).
  • Dziegielewski, S.F. and Resnick, C. (1998). "Sexual Desire and Arousal Disorders" Handbook of Clinical Social Work: Guide to Empirically Validated Interventions, Volume 1: Mental, Behavioral, and Emotional Disorders.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F. and Resnick, C. (1998). "Orgasmic Disorders" Handbook of Clinical Social Work: Guide to Empirically Validated Interventions, Volume 1 Mental, Behavioral and Emotional Disorders.
  • Resnick, Cheryl and Ellen Tighe. (1998). The Role of Multi-Disciplinary Community Clinics In Managed Care Systems. Humane Managed Care, Gerald Schamess and Anita Lightburn, eds. NASW Press, Washington, D.C.
  • Resnick, Cheryl., Dziegielewski, Sophia. (1998)”Restorative Home Care Social Work” The Changing Face Of Health Care Social Work, Springer Publishing Co.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F., D.M. Harrison, D.M., and C. Resnick (1997). "Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions: What Social Workers Need To Know."  Research on Social Work Practice.
  • Resnick, Cheryl and Ellen Tighe. (1997). "The Role of Multi-Disciplinary Community Clinics In Managed Care Systems."  Social Work, 42(1), 91-97.
  • Resnick, Cheryl and Sophia Dziegielewski. (1996). "The Relationship Between Therapeutic Termination And Job Satisfaction Among Medical Social Workers."  Social Work In Health Care, 23,3 17-33.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F., Resnick, C. & Krause, N. (1996) "Shelter Based Crisis Intervention with Abused Women." In Albert Roberts (Ed.), Helping Battered Women: New Perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F. and Resnick, C. (1996) "Crisis Intervention in the Shelter Setting."  In Albert R. Roberts (Ed.) Crisis Management and Brief Treatment.  Nelson-Hall: Chicago, IL.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F. and Resnick, C. (1996) "Adult Survivors of Incest: Crisis Intervention."  In Albert R. Roberts (Ed.) Crisis Management and Brief Treatment. Nelson-Hall: Chicago, IL.
  • Dziegielewski, S.F. and Resnick, C. (1995) "A Model of Intervention with Adult Survivors of Incest." The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Time Limited Treatment. Vol. 2, 49-55.
  • Resnick, Cheryl. (1994) "Traumatic Head Injury And The Acute Care Experience: Fertile Ground For Social Work Intervention." Jewish Social Work Forum, Fall, 1994.
  • Resnick, Cheryl. (1994) "Head Injury: Review Of An International Issue." International Social Work Journal, 37(3).
  • Resnick, Cheryl. (1993) "The Effect Of Head Injury On Family And Marital Stability"  Social Work In Health Care, 18(2),49-62.

Presentations:

  • 2006  “Oral Interviews: A New Twist on an Old Assignment” Dr. Cheryl Resnick-Cortes and Dr. Linda Klee-Mueller, Council on Social Work Education Annual Meeting, February 16-19 2006 Chicago Illinois.
  • 2005 Integrating Spirituality and Religion Into Mental Health Treatment of The Aging Person: Dr. Cheryl Resnick-Cortes, and Dr. Mimi da Silva, Gerontological Society Of America, November 18-22nd 2005, Orlando, Florida
  • 2005  Kosher Meals On Wheels: A Road to Services: Dr. Cheryl Resnick-Cortes Presented at the Annual CSWE Meeting In New York City, March 1, 2005
  • 2004 Center For Health Care Education: CEU Cruise for Credits: 20 credit hours presented on issues of aging: including; Psychosocial Aspects of Aging, Spirituality, Working with Dementia, Sexuality and the Oldster, Mental Health Issues, Physiological Aspects.
  • 2003 Center For Health Care Education: CEU Symposium: Psychosocial Aspects of Aging: Implications for Long Term Care Facilities and Assisted Living Facilities Medford Leas, Medford, N.J.
  • 2003 Do Not Resuscitate: Presentation to the Jewish Home For The Aged, N.J. June 13, 2003
  • 2002 Center For Health Care Education: CEU Symposium: Psychosocial Aspects of Aging: Implications for Long Term Care Facilities and Assisted Living Facilities, Edison, N.J.
  • 2001 Center For Health Care Education: CEU Symposium: Psychosocial Aspects of Aging: East Brunswick, N.J.
  • 1998 NASW-NJ Annual Conference “Managed Care In A Multi disciplinary Clinic”. April, 1998.
  • 1995 NASW-N.J. Annual Conference "Shelter Based Crisis Intervention with Abused Women." March 17, 1995.
  • 1994 Presentation to Ocean Mental Health Services: Using the DSM-IV
  • 1992 Legislative Hearings Investigating the Issue Of Traumatic Brain Injury Services in Tennessee: Testified: November 5, 1992
  • 1992 Workshop Group Presenter: Yeshiva University, Wurzweiler School Of Social Work Doctoral Conference: Investigation Of The Coping Abilities Of Families Of Head Injured Persons."
  • 1992 "Head Injury: An International Issue." Presented at the Global Awareness Society International Annual Meeting May 1-3, 1992
  • 1992 Senator Albert Gore Jr.'s Family Re-Union Conference: Served as group leader: Seniors, Nashville Tennessee

Courses Taught:

  • SW 203 Introduction to Social Welfare
  • SW 295 Communication Skills in Social Work
  • SW 305/306 Human Behavior and the Social Environment
  • SW 310 Research methods in Social Work
  • SW 323 Social Policy
  • SW 390 Junior Field Education

Electives:

  • The Human Animal Bond
  • All Gerontology Courses
  • Dealing with Death And Dying
  • Social Work Role in Disaster Management

Research Area:

  • Gerontology, Human-Animal Connections, Trauma, and End of Life Care

Service to the University:

  • Chair and program Director, IRRB Committee Member

Why I love GCU:

  • I love the fact that academic programs are delivered within the context of Mercy core values and ethics. I love the close interactions between faculty and students, as well as among the faculty and staff. I love working with social work students who wish to give back to the world a measure of what they have been given.

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