Gabriel Carrillo, M.S.W.
Assistant Clinical Professor
Diversity, cultural competence and oppression; Global health and global practice perspective and social justice; Integrative social work practice seminars
M.S.W., George Warren Brown School of Social Work, 2004
B.S., Social Work, Saint Louis University, 1998
Access to health care services; cross cultural re-entry (international students); HIV prevention, care, and treatment; international social work practice and social justice; substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues; spirituality and social work.
He is a native of Belize, where he expanded his practice in global perspectives and social justice through his work with HIV prevention, mitigation and care, gender based violence and equality issues, and spirituality in the prison populations.