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Seton Hall University

Mary Landriau

Social Work B.A. Program Faculty Associate, Field Director
Department of Sociology Anthropology Social Work and Criminal Justice

Mary Landriau is currently a Faculty Associate in the BSW Program after joining Seton Hall as an Adjunct and Field Instructor in 2012. Prior to this, she was the Clinical Supervisor of the Raymond Lesniak Recovery High School, the first public high school in NJ for those students in recovery from drugs and alcohol. She is committed to and passionate about the prevention and treatment of those who suffer from alcohol and drug addiction and mental health related disorders, particularly adolescents. She has been providing direct practice and supervision in the social work field for over 27 years. She has written several online and face to face curricula for both the BSW and MSW programs. She also serves as the Campus Academic Coordinator for BCWEP (Baccalaureate Child Welfare Educational Program). BCWEP is a consortium of undergraduate social work programs in New Jersey who are working in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Children and Families on enhancing recruitment and retention for caseworkers in public child welfare. In addition to her role in the Department of Sociology Anthropology and Social Work, she is also an Adjunct with the Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine.