Faculty and Staff
Michelle Scott, LISW-CP
Greenville Site Coordinator
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Michelle Grant Scott began teaching for the College of Social Work’s Master of Social Work program in 2011. She has served as the Greenville Site Coordinator and student faculty advisor since 2016. Scott’s previous experience as an instructor includes teaching part-time at Clemson University, Winthrop University, the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and North Carolina A&T University. She also maintains a small private practice, providing consultation, clinical supervision and periodic counseling services.
Scott’s teaching and research interests are related to clinical social work and direct practice, crisis intervention, grief and loss, psychopathology, and psychodiagnostics. Her professional clinical experience includes private practice counseling, inpatient and outpatient home health and hospice care, developmental evaluation of young children, and university-based and faith-based counseling. Her publications include articles on clinical note-writing, women’s mental health issues, grief and loss, and a psychopathology text book (in progress).
Scott earned her MSW from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Social Work, with emphasis on families and children, and clinical work. She is a member of the South Carolina Society for Clinical Social Work and a previous board member for the National Association of Social Work North Carolina chapter.