Social Work Faculty

Dr. Jeanine Bozeman

Jeanine C. Bozeman Ph.D. LCSW-BACS, ASCW, LPC, AAMFT (clinical), BCD

Dr. Jeanine C. Bozeman is a Senior Professor of Social Work at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  She holds a licensure as a clinical social worker, both in Louisiana and throughout the U.S., and is an approved clinical social work supervisor (LCSW-BACS).  In addition, Dr. Bozeman is a Board Certified Diplomat in social work, licensed counselor, and holds a clinical status in AAMFT.  She teaches courses in clinical social work (micro practice) and interpersonal relationships.  Dr. Bozeman has a private practice in Covington, LA and services individuals and families.  Her specialization is Grief Counseling. 

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Dr. Loretta Rivers

Kevin Brown, MSW, LCSW

Kevin Brown is a graduate of Wheaton College (BA, 83) and the University of Illinois at Chicago (MSW, 86).  He is currently pursuing his PhD in Urban Studies at the University of New Orleans.  He was a staff therapist with Midwest Family Resource in Chicago, the Director of Children and Adolescent Services with the Minirth Meier Clinic of Wheaton, IL and Executive Director of Trinity Christian Community, an inner city ministry in New Orleans.  He has also been an author, radio talk show host and public speaker.  He grew up in the inner city of New Orleans and returned there after a 19-year hiatus in Chicago.  He is a licensed Master Social Worker.  He is husband to Sandy and father of Seth, Chloe and Leah.

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Dr. Loretta Rivers

Loretta G. Rivers, Ph.D., LCSW

Dr. Loretta G. Rivers is Professor of Social Work at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  She is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW). Dr. Rivers teaches macro social work courses and is chair of the committee sponsoring Senior Fest, an annual celebration honoring Senior Adults. Her specialization is Gerontology.  Dr. Rivers has experience in medical social work and community ministry.

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