José Miguel Paez, Gender pronouns: He/Him/His, Full-time lecturer, joined the CSUN faculty in the fall of 2009. He received his MSW from the University of Southern California in 2001, with an emphasis on families and children. His theoretical and research interests include decolonization, anti-colonial practice, critical race theory, feminism, intersectionality, liberation and transformative based-healing, historical trauma and healing centered engagement. José teaches clinical and macro practice courses. He is on the We Are Power: Community in Action Conference planning committee, organizes Docs & Talks, the MSW Department Writing Mentors program, and facilitates Social Justice Dialogues for MSW alumni. His work on campus also involves ongoing collaborations with several programs including: MOSAIC, BUILD PODER, the DREAM Center, Office of Student Success Innovations, and the Institute for Transformative Teaching and Learning. Prior to teaching, he served as a bilingual outpatient clinician at Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services, and worked with the USC School of Social Work and the USC Community Education Academy. He continues to provide ongoing consultation, mentoring, trainings and workshops, and clinical supervision within the community. José has a background in theatre, improv, spoken word, and was also a basketball coach at various levels for over 10 years. He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Education and Leadership at CSUN.
- M.S.W 2001, University of Southern California
- B.A. 1999, California State University, Northridge
- B.A. 1998, California State University, Northridge
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