Dr. Kathryn D. Arnett, DSW, LCSW, CADC has been practicing clinical social work with a specialization in substance use disorder care for almost twenty years. She earned a Doctor of Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is licensed to practice clinical social work in both Illinois and California, is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and Certified Health and Wellness Coach. She has worked primarily with military members, veterans, and their families; however, she has also provided care for clients in non-profit organizations. She has experience in outpatient care, inpatient psychiatry, residential substance use disorder care, and maternal, child, adolescent health. Dr. Arnett was born and raised on the streets of Chicago. She uses her street knowledge, advanced Ivy League education, positive energy, and contagious humor to guide audiences towards lasting change.
- Organizational Stress and Trauma an Impediment to the Delivery of User Involvement Models of Care
- User-Involvement/oriented Care Models and Substance Use Disorder Care University of PA Scholarly Commons, School of Social Policy and Practice
- User-involvement/oriented Care Models and Substance Use Disorder Care: Review of the Literature, Addiction, Research, and Therapy
- Finally/Finely Spoken The Voice of the Heart and Soul’s Unseen