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Froylana Heredia-Miller, MSW, LCSW

Associate Professor of Social Work
Director of MSW Field Education

Office Phone: 951-552-8393
E-mail: fherediamiller@calbaptist.edu
Office Location: James Building 275
Office Hours:

Degree Major Emphasis Institution Year
MSW Master of Social Work University of Southern California May 1993
B.A. Sociology and Administrative Studies University of California at Riverside June 1991
B.A. Psychology University of California at Riverside June 1991
  • Additional Education

    MSW, University of Southern California 1993
    B.A., Psychology, University of California, Riverside 1991
    B.A., Sociology/Administrative Studies, University of California, Riverside 1991

  • Courses Taught

    SWK 500 Social Work Practice I
    SWK 571 Mental Health and Psychopathology

  • Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests

    Field Education
    Clinical Supervision
    International Social Work
    Mental Health/Counseling
    Trauma Resiliency
    Local Community and International Crisis Response

  • Teaching Experience at Institutions Other than CBU

    Assistant Professor
    Department of Social Work, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA
    Courses: Foundation Professional Practicum and Seminar
    Clinical Specialization Professional Practicum and Seminar
    International Social Work Practice
    Introduction to Social Work (Undergraduate and Graduate level)
    Social Work Practice with Groups

    Assistant Professor
    Department of Social Work and Social Ecology, Loma Linda University,
    Loma Linda, CA
    Courses: Human Behavior in a Cross-Cultural Environment
    Advanced Integrative Clinical Practice
    Foundation Practice with Individuals
    Foundation Practice with Groups
    Foundation Professional Practicum and Seminar
    Advanced Professional Practicum and Seminar
    Psychopathology, Pharmacology, and Diagnosis/DSM
    Theories on Aging

    Lecturer
    Department of Social Work, California State University, San Bernardino,
    San Bernardino, CA
    Courses: Foundation Practice with Individuals
    Foundation Practice with Families and Groups
    Psychopathology
    Clinical Issues in Child Welfare

  • Research, Presentations, & Publications

    Freeman, K., Buckles, B., Heredia-Miller, F., & Miller-Karas, E. (2015, October). Community
    resiliency training for Filipino social workers and volunteers following typhoon Yolanda. Paper
    submitted for presentation at the meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Denver,
    Colorado.

    Mathiesen, S., Heredia-Miller, F., Tynan, M., and Winters, D. (October 2007) Preparing
    Educators for Aging Infusion: A Collaborative Curriculum Change Model in California, 2007
    CSWE Annual Program Meeting, San Francisco, California

    INVITED LECTURES/TEACHINGS:

    Arechiga, A., Heredia-Miller, F., & Vermeersch, D. (2015, November). LLU International
    Behavioral Health Trauma Team Training in the Community Resiliency Model. Invited
    training by for ADRA, Sioux Outlook, Canada.

    Arechiga, A., Buckles, B., Heredia-Miller, F., & Jackson, V. (2015, September). LLU
    International Behavioral Health Trauma Team Training in the Community Resiliency
    Model. Invited training for ADRA Canada, Kiev, Ukraine.

    Arechiga, A., Buckles, B., Heredia-Miller, F., & Jackson, V. (2015, September). LLU
    International Behavioral Health Trauma Team Training in the Community Resiliency
    Model. Invited training for ADRA Sierra Leone, Republic of Sierra Leone, West Africa.

    Heredia-Miller, F. (May, 2015). The Community Resiliency Model: An approach to create a
    resilient community. Invited keynote speaker for the Loma Linda University Counseling
    and Family Sciences Student Research Conference, Loma Linda, CA

    Buckles, B., Freeman, K., & Heredia-Miller, F. (2015, April). LLU International Behavioral
    Health Trauma Team Training in the Community Resiliency Model. Invited training for
    ADRA Japan, Tokyo, Japan.

    Arechiga, A. Heredia-Miller, F., Michaelson, C. (2014, November). LLU International
    Behavioral Health Trauma Team Training in the Community Resiliency Model. Invited
    training by ADRA St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

  • Church Membership & Activities

    St. Catherine’s of Alexandria Catholic Church
    Women’s Bible Study at The Grove Community Church

  • Interests & Hobbies

    Domestic and International Travel, Dodgers Baseball, Baylor Football and Basketball, Hiking, the Beach, Spending time with family and friends, reading and movies