Erica McIntosh, DSW, LCSW (California and Delaware)
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Office Phone: E-mail: emcIntosh@calbaptist.edu Office Location: James Bldg. Room 368 Office Hours: By appointment
|DSW||Social Work||California Baptist University||2022|
|MSW||Social Work||California State University, Northridge||2014|
Licensed Clinical Social Worker- CA and Delaware
University of South Florida- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate (certified- 12/2021)
CITI Program- Social Behavioral Educational Researchers course (exp. 12 May 2024)
Wild Leaders Inc.- WiLD Whole Leader Development
VERC Virtual Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification – (certified-1 November 2016)
NASW-Defining a New Age of Veteran Care
Center for the Improvement of Child Caring (CICC)- Effective Black Parenting Certified Facilitator
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Certified Warrior to Soulmate facilitator
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy- Substance Use Disorders
IBM SPSS Training
Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depression (VA EBP, certified 12/2018)
Social Skills Training for Schizophrenia
BEH 383 Statistics and Research Methodology
SWK 462 Marginalized Populations (Undergraduate)
SWK 530 Marginalized Populations (Graduate)
SWK 572 Mental Health and Psychopathology
SWK 521 Field Practicum I
SWK 541 Field Practicum II
SWK 567 Advanced Generalist Practice II
SWK 573 Social Work Leadership and Management
SWK 720 Project Development and Implementation
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
Black Indigenous People of Color Mental Health
Black Maternal Health
Oppression and Resiliency
Racial Trauma and Coping
Veteran Mental Health
Teaching Experience at Institutions Other than CBU
Pepperdine University- PSY 657 Psychopathology
Research, Presentations, & Publications
McIntosh, E. (2022, April). An Interdisciplinary Approach to Examining Implicit Bias Curricula in Nursing Education Programs. Presenting poster for ResilienceCon 2022 Conference with Sewanee University of the South and Institute on Violence Abuse and Trauma.
McIntosh, E. (2022, March). An Interdisciplinary Approach to Examining Implicit Bias Curricula in Nursing Education Programs. Presenting poster for Beyond Flexner 2022 Conference with A.T. Sill University, The George Washington University, and Arizona State University. Phoenix, AZ.
McIntosh, E. (2021, December). Project JEDIS HEAL: A CBPR Approach to Measuring Provider Comfortability and Reflexivity in Engaging Black Indigenous People of Color. Presented poster for CESI Conference at California Baptist University, Riverside, CA.
McIntosh, E. (2021, November). Creating a Joyful Space: Wellness Kit Development for Women Survivors of Domestic Violence. Panelist for Courageous Women of Hope's (a subsidiary of Mary E. White Ministries) 2021 Women's Conference: Choose Joy. Moreno Valley, CA.
McIntosh, E. (2021, November). Homelessness, Housing First, and Rapid Rehousing. Presented for SWK 535 Case Management Class at California Baptist University, Riverside, CA.
McIntosh, E. (2021, October). The Bravery of Vulnerability and Cultural Humility: Infusing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into Social Work Practice. Presented for SWK 535 Case Management Class at California Baptist University, Riverside, CA.
McIntosh, E. (2021, August). Cultural Humility and Tough Conversations: Strategies for Allyship and Authentic Engagement in Clinical Supervision. Presented for VA Loma Linda Clinical Social Work Field Instructors and Preceptors. Field Instructor Training Part 1, Loma Linda, CA
McIntosh, E. (2021, August). Examining Implicit Bias Trainings in Nursing Education Programs: A Scoping Review. Presented for Qualifying Exam Defense at California Baptist University Doctoral Residency, Riverside, CA.
McIntosh, E. (2021, May). Understanding and Improving Cultural Humility in Clinical Supervision: A Serving Clinical Supervisor Approach. Presented for VA Loma Linda Clinical Social Workers at the monthly supervisory meeting, Loma Linda, CA.
McIntosh, E. (2021, January). Behavioral Health ICD-10 Coding, Creating and Documenting Treatment Plans. Presented for HUD/VASH Monthly meeting, Loma Linda, CA.
McIntosh, E. (2020, December). Multicultural Competency Training Framework with Healthcare System Providers and Education Programs. Presented virtually at California Baptist University Doctoral Residency, Riverside, CA.
McIntosh, E. (2018, July). Homeless Screening, On-Call Procedures, and Intake Assessments Training. Presented annually from 2018-2020 for all HUD/VASH Staff as part of HUD/VASH didactic training at Loma Linda, CA.
Community Service & Involvement
AMVETS Post 77- Lifetime Member, Loma Linda, CA; Past First Vice Commander, Loma Linda, CA.
National Association of Social Workers, California Chapter (NASW)
Association of Humanistic Psychology
California Society for Clinical Social Work
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (listed as ACT Therapist)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
The Black Doctoral Network
Network of Social Work Management
Association of VA Social Workers
US Air Force Veteran
Developed a health equity taskforce
Interests & Hobbies
Traveling across the world with my family
Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up. —James 4:10
These trials will show that your faith is genuine. It is being tested as fire tests and purifies gold—though your faith is far more precious than mere gold. So when your faith remains strong through many trials, it will bring you much praise and glory and honor on the day when Jesus Christ is revealed to the whole world. —1 Peter 1:7
Philosophy of Education:
I believe educators influence students during their matriculation journey with guidance, knowledge, and a commitment to excellence. The following pedagogical foci characterize my teaching philosophy: critical, independent thinking and integrating praxis, constructivist grounded theory, and cultural humility. My focus on cultural humility reflects my dedication to providing students with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to make solid ethical decisions that use a cultural humility approach.