Robert G. Blundo, Ph.D., LCSW, ACSW, BCD
Professor, Coordinator of the Strengths Collaborative
McNeill Hall 3096
Teaching areas: Social Constructivism, Postmodern Approaches to Practice, Diversity, Social Work Epistemology, Strengths Perspective and Solution-Focused Practice, Rural Social Work, Group Work, Crisis Intervention, and Resiliency.
Research Areas: Flourishing and Well Being, Masculinity, Aging, Military Social Work, PTSD.
Dr.Blundo has 32 of practice experience and 26 years of teaching experience. He has taught graduate and undergraduate social work since 1988. He initiated the Strengths Collaborative and the Solution-Focused Practice, Training and Research Group in the School of Social Work which has transformed the entire practice sequence into a solution-focused curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate level. He teaches solution-focused practice courses focused on individuals, families, groups, communities, including clinical work with individuals, families, groups and the areas of case work, case management, school social work, child protective services, suicide, mandated clients and addictions.He is author of numerous articles, publications, and workshops at local, state and national conferences.