Julie Gould, CalSWEC Project Coordinator and Mental Health Program Coordinator, joined the CSUN faculty in 2008. She received her MSW from University of Southern California in 1993. She teaches Family Crisis, Grief and Trauma for students in their Concentration-year. In addition, she also teaches Foundation year Generalist Social Work Theory and Practice. Professor Gould has sixteen years of child welfare and community/public mental health experience, serving in both direct practice and administrative roles. After holding several clinical positions, she has also served as Regional Coordinator, Program Director of the Children’s Bereavement Program, Clinical Supervisor, and Program Director of Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS), in several LA County social service agencies. Additionally, she has worked providing clinical services and supervision in Ventura County at Ventura County Behavioral Health. Prior to joining us at California State University, Northridge, her teaching experience has included clinical, policy, and theory-based training for both post-bachelor and post-graduate level employees in an agency setting.
- MSW, University of Southern California
- BA, University of Colorado, Psychology
- Advanced Field Practicum with Urban Families
- Family Crisis, Trauma and Grief
- Child Welfare