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Arlene Reilly-Sandoval DSW, LCSW

Professor/Department Chair

Arlene Reilly-Sandoval DSW, LCSW
Contact Info
Office:
General Classroom Building (GCB) 314E
Office Hours:
Please contact the Administrative Assistant as office hours change each semester. (719) 549-2631 -

Degrees

  • 2014 Doctor of Social Work (DSW), Capella University
  • 2000 Master of Social Work (MSW), CSU-Ft. Collins
  • 1994 Bachelor of Arts (BA) Sociology and Psychology, UCCS

Bio

Arlene Reilly-Sandoval, MSW, DSW, LCSW, is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Social Work at Colorado State University-Pueblo. She served as the Project Manager for the federal Supportive Services for Runaway and Homeless Youth grant in Colorado and has extensive experience working “cross systems” with youth-at-risk, their care providers, and program management in a variety of settings. She has over 15 years of experience in the child welfare field, training, contracting, and consulting.

Research Interests

  • Diversity, especially multi-racial populations
  • Child Welfare
  • Policy

Other Activities

University

Member Works and Pathways Committee (2021)

Colorado State University-Pueblo Chair’s Council (Fall 2017-2022)

Member, Academic Policies and Standards Board (2020-2022), Fall 2021: SAAB Representative

Member, Search Committee for Math/Physics Department Chair search (2020).

Chair, Search Committee for three Tenure-Track MSW Faculty (2020).

Chair, Search Committee for one Tenure-Track MSW Faculty (2019).

Program Reviews for CABP, Summer 2019: Chemistry, BS program; Engineering, BS program, Hasaan School of Business, BSBA program.

Curriculum and Academic Programs Board, Fall 2018-Spring 2019 Faculty Senate Representative. Colorado State University-Pueblo.

Faculty Senate, College of Humanities and Social Sciences representative, Fall 2017-Spring 2019. Colorado State University-Pueblo.

Graduate Studies Board, Fall 2017-Spring 2019. Colorado State University-Pueblo.

College

CHASS Chair’s Council (2017-present).

Department

Department Chair, Fall 2017-Summer 2022 & Spring 2023-present

Sponsor, Phi Alpha Zeta Delta Honor Society, February 2021-September 2021.

Co-Sponsor, Phi Alpha Zeta Delta Honor Society, August 2020-January 2021.

Chair of Search and Screen Committee, 3 MSW Tenure-track faculty (2020).

Chair of Search and Screen Committee, 1 MSW Tenure-track faculty (2019).

Colorado Counseling Association Conference (2019) tabled for recruitment of MSW students.

Profession

Teaching and Learning Section Editor, Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping [peer-reviewed journal], May 2020-present.

Member of the Board for Social Work, Southwest Social Science Association, 2019-present

Associate Editor, Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping [peer-reviewed journal] (Fall 2016-Summer 2017).

Teaching and Learning Section Editor, Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping [peer-reviewed journal] (Fall 2017-Fall 2018).

Publications

Accreditation Documents

Reilly-Sandoval, A., McFadden, D., Vargas, C., & Caywood, M. (2021). MSW Self-Study for CSWE Accreditation (443 page narrative; 1,018 total pages).

Reilly-Sandoval, A. & Gonzalez, M. (2020). MSW Benchmark II for CSWE Accreditation (428 page narrative; 992 total pages).

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). MSW Benchmark I for CSWE Accreditation (167 page narrative; total of 708 pages).

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). BSW Self-Study for CSWE Accreditation (291 page narrative; total of 851 pages).

Refereed Presentations and Peer Reviewed Articles

Reilly-Sandoval, A. & Baca, J. (2022).  Kubler-Ross and the Transtheoretical Model: Grieving our past and developing our new normal post-COVID-19.  For Southwest Social Science Association Annual Program Meeting, San Antonio, Texas (April 20-23, 2022).

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2021). Financial capability in Social Work: Asynchronous online. Accepted for presentation at Southwestern Social Science Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 15-17, 2021.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Cannabis and the child welfare system. Southwest Social Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. November 2, 2019.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019).  What are you? Multiracial identity development.  Journal of Public Health Issues and Practices, 3, doi: 10.33790/phip1100156.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Cannabis and the child welfare system. Southwest Social Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. November 2, 2019.

Presentations

Reilly-Sandoval, A. & Baca, J. (2020). Cultural competence. Series of three invited trainings for Crossroads Turning Points, Inc. Detox Facility Staff. August 14, 2020.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2020). Crisis intervention. Series of two invited trainings for Crossroads Turning Points, Inc. Detox Facility Staff. March 13 & 18, 2020.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019).  Inclusion with multiracial populations. Institute for Social Inclusion 2019 Conference. [Accepted, declined to present].

Book/Article Reviews

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2022). Down the rabbit hole: The mental health implications of adoption trauma on people adopted at birth for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2022). Creating attachment: The expressive therapies as a multisensory-relational modality to foster secure attachment for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2022). A social workers journey of residing with a military member with post-traumatic stress disorder for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2021). Tough nuts to crack: Initiating an imperfect racial justice accountability process within one School of Social Work from one perspective for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2021). Addressing Housing Needs of Families and Independent Youth. Review for Child Welfare League of America, Child and Family-Serving Systems: A Compendium of Policy and Practice.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2021). In-home child welfare services. Review for Child Welfare League of America, Child and Family-Serving Systems: A Compendium of Policy and Practice.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2020). I, too, am DACA: Awakened childhood memories for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Photovoice: Participation and empowerment in research.  Professional Book Review for Nova Science Publishers.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Cultivating Life-long Commitments to Cultural Humility in an Undergraduate Study Abroad Program for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Social Work Education and Hurricane Florence for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping,

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). A Little More Supervision Won’t Help: Group Work as a Supplemental Supervision for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Dr. Proceeding with Caution: Integrating Cultural Humility into Multicultural Supervision Practices with Master Level Counseling Students for Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Peer-reviewed manuscript review. The well-intentioned helper. Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Cultivating Life-long Commitments to Cultural Humility in an Undergraduate Study Abroad Program for Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). Social Work Education and Hurricane Florence for Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.

Reilly-Sandoval, A. (2019). A Little More Supervision Won’t Help: Group Work as a Supplemental Supervision for Reflections: Narrative of Professional Helping, Cleveland, OH: Cleveland State University School of Social Work.

Grants

Co-PI, CSU Pueblo, A DOER Campus by 2028 Z-degrees for the Win (2022). $57,500 from the Colorado Department of Higher Education for developing an OER program for the MSW degree.

Faculty Development Grant, 2019, $1,500.

Colorado Department of Human Services, 2019, $50,000 for Title IV-E stipends for MSW students.


 

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