Atlanta - Staff Information

BettyEdwards

Betty Edwards, LMSW, CAMS
Atlanta Coordinator

 

Betty A. Edwards, born Betty Marie Andrews in Dallas, TX, moved to the Atlanta area after her marriage in 1979. Betty has three adult children (two girls and one son) and five grandchildren (three boys and two girls). Betty received her BS degree from Texas College private HBCU and her MSW from Clark Atlanta University HBCU. Betty maintains Licensed Masters of Social Work (LMSW) and Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS) license and certification. She has an array of social work experience including medical, mental health, child and family, and hospice. Betty has had a long standing working relationship with Social Work p.r.n. since 2002.


To discuss employment opportunities or staffing needs, Betty can be reached at 770.934.6222 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

OFFICE STAFF

Marlene Dargan
Administrative Assistant
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Of Interest

Now Offering Supervision

We are excited to announce the Atlanta office is now offering supervision, if you are interested or would like more details on rates please contact Mrs. Jolanta Hopkins, LCSW at 404-667-3610 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Michigan Social Worker Spearheads Effort for Post-Conflict Syria 

Marijo Upshaw, former Social Work p.r.n. member, was recently interviewed by public radio (Public News Service) regarding her involvement with the International Community Action Network (ICAN). Together they launched a project to establish the profession of social work in Syria. Read more about this effort.


Social Workers as Super-Heroes TEDx Talk by Dr. Anna Scheyett

Dr. Anna Scheyett describes the ways that social workers serve their communities in this TEDx Talk. Dr. Scheyett serves as dean of the College of Social Work at USC. Her research examines community integration of vulnerable populations, especially those with serious mental illnesses, those with HIV, and those involved in the criminal justice system.