Daniel Freedman, PhD, MSW, LISW-CP
Preparing Social Workers to Integrate Professional Values and Antiracist Approaches in Practice
Associate Professor and BSW Program Director / George Mason University
Dr. Freedman is an experienced social work educator and licensed independent social worker. He earned undergraduate degrees in American Indian Studies and Psychology from the University of Minnesota and earned both an MSW and PhD in social work from The Ohio State University. He has been involved in social work education for over fifteen years and is currently an associate professor and BSW program director with the Department of Social Work at George Mason University. Additionally, Dr. Freedman has experience as a social work practitioner, most of which has been in mental health, substance abuse, and integrated behavioral health care settings.