Dr. Brij Mohan, Ph.D., D. Litt. (hon.)
Dr. Brij Mohan is Dean Emeritus, School of Social Work, Louisiana State University and the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Comparative Social Welfare (1981-2012). He has published extensively in the field of social work, including 2012’s
Society and Social Justice: A Nexus in Review; and in 2014 published a debut novella, Death of an Elephant.
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Dr. Regina T. Praetorius, M.S.S.W., Ph.D.
Dr. Praetorius is an Associate Professor in the School of Social Work, University of Texas-Arlington. Dr. Praetorius's research interests include Suicide, Suicide Bereavement, Impacts of Community and Individual Traumas, Military Suicide Prevention, Qualitative Research, and Social Work Education. She teaches classes at the undergraduate and graduate levels focusing on human behavior in the social environment and research methodology. Her service activities include serving as a guest editor for several scholarly journals and serving as a program evaluator for the Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors Team (LOSS Team) of Tarrant County and other agencies in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Dr. Praetorius has also assisted
the LOSS Team and WORN for Peace with grant funding and evaluation activities toward starting these two exciting programs.
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Dr. William M. “Bill” Schmitz, Jr., Psy.D.
Bill Schmitz, Jr., Psy.D. is currently the President of the American Association of Suicidology (AAS) and is also the Chair of that Association’s Task Force on Improving Clinical Competency in Suicide. Bill is a clinical psychologist in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, working primarily with our nation’s veterans. He has been very active in AAS, serving in several roles including: Chair of the Clinical Division; Chair of the AAS Task Force on Improving Clinical Competency in Suicide; AAS Publications Review Committee Chair; and the 2004 AAS Annual Conference Program Chair.
Bill is available to consult on forensic suicidology and related issues.
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Georgia K.M. Tobin
Georgia is a web designer/developer and graphics designer. She has worked with Dr. Campbell since 2009 on the LOSS team site.
She seeks to create beautiful websites that are attuned to their intended audience and that make information easy for users to access.
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