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Associate Professor; Undergraduate Advisor; Student Association of Social Workers Advisor
Office: OMB 203B
Phone: 940-898-2079      
sbrackenridge@twu.edu

Education:

MSW, Tulane University School of Social Work, 1980

 

Courses Taught:

Undergraduate  

  • SOWK 2813 Human Behavior & The Social Environment
  • SOWK 3221 & 3223 Practice 1 & Lab
  • SOWK 4463 Senior Seminar, electives Grieving and Family Issues in Social Work

Research Interests:

  • Pet Ownership and Response to Disasters
  • Pet Loss
  • Human Animal Bond
  • Veterinary Social Work
  • Equine Owner Bereavement

Selected Publications:

  • Brackenridge, S. (2005). Stress management and substance abuse. In McCurnin, D. & Bassert, J. (Eds.),  The Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians. (6th ed., pp. 1190-1202).  St Louis: Saunders.
  • Brackenridge, S. (2000).  The unmotivated client.  Equine Practice Journal,.  Mission Viejo Veterinary Practice Publishing Co. < P>
  • Brackenridge, S. (1998). Stress and its management. In McCurnin, D. & Bassert, J. (Eds.), The Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technician. (4th ed., pp. 789-798). Philadelphia:Saunders.
  • Brackenridge, S. and Elkins, D. (1997).  Stress Management for the Veterinary Practice Team.   Santa Barbara: Veterinary Practice Publishing Co.
  • Brackenridge, S. (1996). Alleviation of stress with veterinary critical  care. In Hughes, D. (Ed.)  Fifth International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium, Scientific Proceedings. (pp. 378-380). Madison, WI: Omnipress.
  • Brackenridge, S. (1996). Stress management and coping techniques. In Hughes, D. (Ed.)  Fifth International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium, Scientific Proceedings. (pp. 374-377). Madison, WI: Omnipress.
  • Brackenridge, S. and Shoemaker, R. S. (1996).  The human/horse bond and client bereavement in equine practice, part 3. Equine Practice Journal, 18 (4), 20-23. 
  • Brackenridge, S. and Shoemaker, R. S.  (1996). The human/horse bond and client bereavement in equine practice, part 1. Equine Practice Journal, 18 (1), 19-22.
  • Brackenridge, S. and Shoemaker, R. S. (1996). The human/horse bond and client bereavement in equine practice, part 2. Equine Practice Journal, 18 (2), 23-25.
  • Brackenridge, S. and Taboada, J. (1994). Client bereavement and the grief process.  In McCurnin, D. (Ed.),  Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians, (3rd ed., pp. 519-529). Philadelphia: Saunders.
  • Brackenridge, S. and Elkins, D. (1992). Satisfying the angry client. Veterinary Practice Staff, 4 (1).
  • Brackenridge, S. (1994). Because of flowers and dancers. Santa Barbara: Veterinary Practice Publishing.

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