Temeka Bailey is a licensed clinical social worker with close to two decades of experience in the profession. Her expertise includes clinical trauma practice in school, hospital and community-based settings. She is certified as a Board Approved Social Work Supervisor and an Administrator through the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE). Ms. Bailey currently serves as the Director of Social Work Education with the Center for Restorative Change. She is also a certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor (Youth/Adult).
Ms. Bailey has authored two children's books, Locs Like Mine and The Telling Secret in addition to several other short stories. She has worked as an Adjunct Professor under the University of Maryland System since 2014 at Bowie State University, Department of Social Work and most recently with University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Ms. Bailey completed her undergraduate studies at Bowie State University, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and later a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland. She is currently a PhD candidate at Morgan State University with a research focus on culturally responsive trauma informed care in urban K-12 settings
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Current Courses: SOWK 610 Structural Oppression: Implications for Social Work Practice, SOWK 630 Social Work with Individuals, SOWK 632 Social Work with Groups and Families