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Mark Cameron

Professor

I teach micro and macro practice as well as groups. My scholarship focuses on practice, practice learning, group practice, the common factors model, and school disciplinary practices.
 
Education
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M.S.S.W., Ph.D.  Columbia University
A.B.,  Princeton University
 

Recent Publications:

Cameron, M., & Voonasis, C. (2016). School discipline. In R. J. R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of  adolescence (2nd ed.). New York: Springer.

Cameron, M. (2014). This is common factors. Clinical Social Work Journal, 42(2), 151-160.

Cameron, M., & Keenan, E. K. (2013). The common factors model for generalist practice. New York:  Pearson.

Cameron, M., & Keenan, E. K. (2010). The common factors model: Implications for transtheoretical clinical social  work practice. Social Work, 55(1), 63-73.
 
Cameron, M., & Keenan, E. K. (2009). A new perspective: The common factors model as a foundation for social work practice education. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 29(3), 346-358.

Recent Presentations:

Cameron, M., & Pjura, K. “Interpersonal Challenges of Group Practice Learning: A Mixed Methods Study,” presented at the 63rd Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education,  Dallas, TX,  October 2017.

Pjura, K., & Cameron, M. “Structure Seeking in Social Work Group Practice,” presented at the 63rd Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, TX, October 2017.

Pjura, K., & Cameron, M. “Influences of the Psychosocial Context of Practice Learning in an Experiential Group Work Course,” presented at XXXIXth Annual Symposium of the International Association for Social Work with Groups, New York, June 2017. 

Cameron, M., & Pjura, K. “Structure Seeking in Social Work Group Practice,” presented at XXXIXth Annual Symposium of the International Association for Social Work with Groups, New       York, June 2017. 

Cameron, M., & Pjura, K.. “System Justification: Implications for Social Work Practice and Education,” presented at the 62nd Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Atlanta, GA,  November 2016. 

Cameron, M., Holahan, E., & Madison, J. “Instruction in Research Methods: Institutional and Socio-Political  Influences, Implications, and Future Directions,” presented at the 61st  Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Denver, CO, October, 2015. 

Pjura, K., & Cameron, M., “The Experience: A Qualitative Study of an Experiential Group Course,” presented at the 61st Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Denver,  CO, October, 2015.

Cameron, M. “The Lonely Liaison: The (Missing) Link in Field Education,” presented at The Eleventh   International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision, Garden City, NY, June 2015.

Cameron, M. “When Bad Group Practice Happens to Good People: The Group Practitioner in Ineffective Committee Meetings,” presented at the XXXVIIth Annual Symposium of the International  Association for Social Work with Groups, Chapel Hill, NC, June 2015.

Pjura, K.., Cameron,  M., Smith, K.., Lardner, K., & Hawley, M. “The Experience: A Qualitative Study of an Experiential Group Course,” presented at XXXVIIth Annual Symposium of the International Association for Social Work with Groups, Chapel Hill, NC, June 2015.

Cameron, M., & Madison, J. “Knowledge for Practice Education: The Theories of Donald Schön and Deliberate Practice Research,” presented at the 60th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social     Work Education, Tampa, FL, October, 2014.

Cameron, M., & Madison, J. “Supervisor Training: Implications of Common Factors and Deliberate Practice Research,” presented at The Tenth International Interdisciplinary Conference on Clinical Supervision,  Garden City, NY, June 2014.

Cameron, M. & Madison, J. “Developing Group Facilitators: Lessons from Deliberate Practice Research.” presented  at the XXXVIth Annual Symposium of the International Association for Social Work with    Groups, Calgary, Canada, June 2014.