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Christa N. Hogan, MSW, LCSW

Lecturer Professor

BSW Program Director


Department
School of Social Work
Office
McAllan Hall 313
Phone
732-263-5409
Email
chogan@monmouth.edu

Christa N. Hogan, MSW, LCSW

Christa Hogan, MSW, LCSW, is a lecturer and the BSW Program Director in the School of Social Work at Monmouth University. She has been teaching at Monmouth University since 2002 in the Undergraduate and Graduate Program in the School of Social Work.

Christa has been clinically licensed since 2005 and has a variety of practice experience including working with children with emotional and behavioral difficulties, school social work, and in private practice working with children, adolescents, and adults.

Christa also has extensive practice experience working with older adults in nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, hospitals, hospice, and working with caregivers.

Education

Master of Social Work, Fordham University, New York City, New York

Bachelor of Social Work, Monmouth University

Research Interests

Christa’s research interests are varied. She continues to be committed to older adult academic content and its delivery in undergraduate and graduate programs.  She is currently evaluating coursework around service-learning opportunities such as intergenerational relationships among students and older adult community members and virtual volunteer experiences with older adults and college aged students.  Christa’s other research interests include gatekeeping procedures in social work education, Caregiving issues and experiences, and trauma informed teaching.

Publications

Scholarly Articles

Scott M. & Hogan, C. (under review). Faculty’s use of syllabi and course-related technology to support students’ emotional health and wellness.  Journal of Teaching in Social Work.

Presentations/Invited Talks

Hogan, C. (2020). For the Nursing Home Social Worker: We See You! Monmouth University Professional Education Program, July 2020, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2020). Covid-19 and the Impact of Loneliness on Older Adults.  Monmouth University Professional Education Program, July 2020, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2020). The Health Care Social Worker: Trauma, Self-Love, and Reflection. Monmouth University Professional Education Program, July 2020, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2020). The Social and Emotional Impact of Covid-19 and Trauma Informed Teaching. Monmouth University School of Science, July 2020, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2019). Licensure Preparation. Monmouth University Career Fair, March 2019, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2019). Combating the Epidemic of Loneliness in Older Adults. The Long Branch Senior Center, April 2019, Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C., Ragudaran, S., & Zobotka, J. (2019). Creation and Evolution of a Gatekeeping Process: Upholding the NASW Values and Ethics. CSWE Annual Conference, October 2019, Denver, Colorado

Hogan, C. (2018). Content Expert: End of Life Conversations Project by Embodied Labs, a VR company creating training opportunities for professionals and students working or training in health care. Via Zoom

Hogan, C. (2018). Facilitated large team building activity for over 60 people for the Master’s in Child Welfare Educational Program’s (MCWEP) quarterly day-long Learning Community, June 2018, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2018). Loneliness to Laughter. Coral Harbor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, September 2018, Neptune, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2018). Supporting the Employed Caregiver. State Society on Aging Annual Conference, October 2018, Saratoga, New York

Hogan, C. (2018). Volunteering with Older Adults. Glamour Gals, NYC, NY: A non-profit that trains teens to initiate intergenerational activities with institutionalized older adults. November 2018. New York City, New York

Hogan, C. & Ragudaran, S. (2017). Designing and Evaluating an Experiential learning Module in an Older Adult Elective. The Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors (BPD) Annual National Conference, March 2017. New Orleans, LA.

Hogan, C. (2017). Dignity. The State Society on Aging Annual Conference, October 2017. Saratoga, New York

Hogan, C. (2016). Nurturing Student Success Through Inclusion. Parents of Different Learners (PODL) group workshop, May 2016. Brick, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2016). Calming Strategies for Kids and Self Care for the Caregiver. Parents of Different Learners (PODL) group workshop, October 2016. Brick, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2016). Embracing the Dignity of Aging. Alumni Lecture invited speaker, November 2016, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C. (2015). Older Adults and ageism, discrimination and stigma in the work force. Invited keynote at student run event: Stand Up Against Ageism, March 2015, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New jersey.

Hogan, C. & Ward, K. (2015). Teaching Students Observation Skills for a Home Visit using a Virtual Tour, The Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors (BPD) Annual National Conference, March 2015

Hogan, C. (2015). Intergenerational Gardening: Social Work with Older Adults, Poster Presentation at Gardening Fir Good Community Conference, August 2015, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Hogan, C. & Urbanski, P. (2015). The New Shape of Aging: Responding to Culturally Diverse Older Adults, Monmouth University Professional Education Program, December 2015, West Long Branch, New Jersey

Professional Associations

Christa maintains a private practice where she provides clinical supervision to LSW’s who are working toward clinical licensure.

Courses

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Administration of Gerontological Services (SW 276)
  • Advanced Clinical Practice With Children (SW 665)
  • Advanced Field Practice in Social Work (SW 422)
  • Family Counseling (SW 263)
  • Field Practice in Social Work (SW 421)
  • Field Practicum III Fc (SW 630)
  • First Year Seminar (FY 101)
  • Social Work Practice With Individuals and Families (SW 503)
  • Social Work Practice With the Aged (SW 616)