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Nana Daronatsy is an assistant clinical professor of Social Work as of fall, 2013. She has previously taught as an adjunct faculty member. She earned her B.A. in psychology from Hanover College in 1978, and worked as a case manager and outreach worker at the community mental health center in Bloomington, IN before earning her M.S.W. from Indiana University (IUPUI Campus) in 1986. She moved on to McLean Hospital in Belmont, MA where she was a clinical supervisor and had a private practice of psychotherapy. During her Boston years she was a field supervisor of MSW students from Boston College, Boston University, Simmons College, and Smith College. After 25 years of working in various mental health settings, she sought new challenges as a medical social worker. For the past 10 years, she has been the bereavement coordinator at Hospice of EAMC, providing grief counseling and caregiver support in the Auburn-area community. Her professional interests include health and wellness issues, improvement of end-of-life care, neuroscience studies on the mind-body connection including the effects of poverty, and general mental health issues.
Last Updated: August 06, 2013