Julie A. Canfield, Ph.D., LICSW is a clinical instructor at the School for Social Work. She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Concord, Massachusetts and specializes in providing behavioral healthcare to veterans, military couples, and family members that have been impacted by a loved one's military service.
Dr. Canfield received a Ph.D. in Social Work from Smith College where her dissertation studies focused on clinical practice with childhood trauma and improving resiliency among child trauma therapists. Dr. Canfield received her M.S.W. from Hunter College, City University of New York, and her Bachelor's degree in Journalism from New York University.
Canfield, J. (in press). Civilian spousal employment. In E.L. Weiss & C.A. Castro (Eds.), American military life in the 21st century: Social, cultural, and economic issues and trends. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Tran, T. V., Canfield, J., & Chan, K. T. (2017). Differential association between unemployment status and mental health among veterans and civilians. Social Work in Mental Health, 15(4), 419-434.
Albright, D. L., Canﬁeld, J., Hino, D., & Weiss, E. L. (2016). Military Families: Strengths and Concerns: Reintegration and Beyond. In: J. Beder (Ed.): Caring for the military (pp. 92-112). Routledge.
Tran, T.V., Canfield, J., & Chan, K. (2016). The association between unemployment status and physical health among veterans and civilians in the United States. Social Work in Health Care, 55(9), 720-731.
Canfield, J. & Weiss, E.L. (2015). Integrating military and veteran culture in social work education: Implications for curriculum inclusion. Journal of Social Work Education, 51 (1), 128-144.
Canfield, J. & Weiss, E.L. (2015). Student veterans and mental health: posttraumatic stress in the classroom. In: J.E. Coll & E.L. Weiss (Eds.): Student veterans in human service programs: A primer for administrators, faculty, & advisors. Chicago, IL: Lyceum Books Inc.
Canfield, J. (2014). Traumatic stress and affect management in military families. Social Work in Mental Health, 12 (1), 1-16.
Canfield, J. (2005). Secondary traumatization, burnout, and vicarious traumatization: a review of the literature as it relates to therapists who treat trauma. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 75(2), 81-102.