Sibyl Beaulieu MSW
Sibyl Beaulieu, M.S.W. D.S.W.
Sibyl Beaulieu earned her Bachelor of Social Work from Oakwood College in 1991 and Master of Social Work from Loma Linda University in 1995. She was part of the first graduating class of that program. She has a dual practice focus of clinical social work and child welfare.
Sibyl’s practice experience spans several different areas. These include child welfare practice with San Bernardino County, CPS Division; Macro practice as a consultant, educator and trainer for both the State of Alabama and the State of Tennessee through an academic consortium (Auburn University and Southern Adventist University respectively as a faculty member); Social work education as faculty with University of Massachusetts Global and formerly with La Sierra University; adjunct instructor for Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama - macro practice; and a geriatric clinician with Jackson County Mental Health in Alabama. She also served as a Program Director with Family Services Center in Huntsville, Alabama for the Both Parents Supervised Visitation Program. This position included expertise as a parenting and visitation mediation specialist. She was a certified master trainer of PATH, the federally approved curriculum for certifying foster parents in Tennessee. Her social work teaching focus is Social Welfare Policy, Child Abuse, and Field Practicum education.
Sibyl is a lover of jazz and gospel music and has been singing since the age of 5. The collects antique furniture, enjoys home decorating, riding her beach cruiser “the blieu breeze” and is a dedicated cat parent to Simba and Samuel L. Jackson.
- Welfare Policy Development
- Geriatric Social Work
- Child Welfare Intervention
- Field Practicum Education
St. Catherine University
Loma Linda University
Thesis:“The retroactive memories of daughters regarding conflictual relationships with their fathers and current depression symptoms”
Independent Consultant - CALSWEC Training Academy
Community Center Protocol and Staff Training Seminar - Mt. Rubidoux SDA Church Comprehensive Community Center
Advisory Board Member - KARES, Inc. Kids are Reason Enough Supervise Visitation Planning Committee
University of Massachusetts Global, Department of Social Work
Social Work instruction ad coordination of the field education aspect of the program.
La Sierra University, Department of Social Work
Social work academic instruction and coordination of the field education aspect of the program.
Southern Adventist University
Provide generalist social work practice training and best practices to child welfare workers in the state of Tennessee to comply with a consent decree. Provided federally mandated foster parent training to resources parents across the State of Tennessee as part of their mandatory certification training.