Shannon TrecartinTitle: Assistant Professor
Office Location: 017 Nethery Hall
Phone: (269) 471-6516
BSW - Southern Adventist University (2005)
MSW - Andrews University (2008)
PhD - University of Tennessee, Knoxville (2016)
Shannon Trecartin is originally from Tennessee and now calls Michigan home. She completed a PhD in Social Work from the University of Tennessee, a Master degree in Social Work with an emphasis in marriage and families at Andrews University, and a Bachelor degree in Social Work at Southern Adventist University. Her practice experience includes medical social work, public health, community counseling, and research and evaluation. She has provided case management, counseling, and therapy to children, adults, and families since 2005. Shannon has been teaching Social Work courses since 2008. Her research focus is on aging and disabilities with an emphasis on the social and built environment as contributors to well-being.
Shannon and her husband enjoy traveling and anything related to the outdoors including camping, scuba-diving, and gardening.
Current Research or Professional Activities
Trecartin, S. M. (2016). Physical home environment, personal competencies, and psychological well-being of community-dwelling older adults: Development of a structural model. PhD diss., University of Tennessee. http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_graddiss/3971,
Cummings, S. M., & Trecartin, S. M. (2016). Mental health and ageing: The United States. In W. Wen Li, S. Cummings, I. Ponnuswami, and H-J. Park, (Eds.), Aging and mental health: Global perspectives. Hauppauge, NY: NOVA Science Publishers.
Cummings, S.M., Cassie, K.M. & Trecartin, S. (2015). Social work practice in community mental health centers. In B. Berkman & S. D'Ambruso (Eds.). The Oxford handbook of social work in aging. Oxford University Press, Inc.
Trecartin, S. & Trecartin, T. (2015). Disability and the church: Removing barriers to the kingdom of God. In R. Maier (Ed.) Church and society: Missiological challenges for the Seventh-day Adventist Church. World Missions Department, Andrews University Theological Seminary.
Forrest-Bank, S., Jenson, J., & Trecartin, S. (2015). The revised 28-item Racial and Ethnic Microaggression Scale (R28REMS): Examining the factorial structure for Black, Latino/Hispanic, and Asian young adults. Journal of Social Service Research, 41(3), 326-344.
Cummings, S., Trecartin, S., & Cooper, L. (2014). Correlates of depression and anxiety among older public housing residents. Ewha Journal of Social Sciences, 30(2), 79-106.
Drumm, R., Popescu, M., Cooper, L., Trecartin, S., Seifert, M., Foster, T., & Kilcher, C. (2014). “God just brought me through it”: Spiritual coping strategies for resilience among intimate partner violence survivors. Clinical Social Work Journal, 42(4), 385-394.
VanderWaal, C.J. & Trecartin, S. (2008, September). The DeVos Urban Leadership Initiative: The role and impact of education. Research report supported by the DeVos Foundations.
VanderWaal, C.J., Trecartin, S., Cain, C., Ichoya, C., Bishop, R., & Louis, M. (2008, May). The DeVos Urban Leadership Initiative: Learning from the past – looking to the future. Research report supported by the DeVos Foundations and published by LithoTech, Berrien Springs, MI.
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Trecartin, S. & Trecartin T. (2016). Disability and the church: Creating inclusive communities. Presented at the North American Association of Christians in Social Work Annual Meeting.
Smith, T., Trecartin, S., Baker, E., and *Sohn, L. (2016). Field instructor practices and attitudes about social media and social work ethics. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting.
Trecartin, S. & Smith, T. (2016). Social work ethics and social media: More than a friend request. Continuing Education Training present for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services & DHHS-Contracted Private Agencies, and Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI.
Trecartin, S. (2016). Social work ethics and social media: More than a field student friend request. Continuing Education Training presented at Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, TN.
Trecartin. S. and *Walechka, D. (2016). The physical home environment and its relationship to psychological well-being among older adults. Presented at the American Society on Aging Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
Trecartin, S. and *Walechka, D. (2015). Exploring the physical home environment of older adults: Results from the National Health and Aging Trends Study. Presented at the Andrews University Celebration of Research and Creative Scholarship.
Trecartin, S. (2015). Exploration of the relationships between the physical home environment, personal competencies, and psychological well-being of community-dwelling older adults: Construction of a structural model. Presented at Andrews University Research Conference, May 15, 2015.
Smith, T. & Trecartin, S. (2015). The intersection of white privilege and microaggression. Presented at The Annual Summit on Social Consciousness: A Conversation on Race & Justice in America. Andrews University, April 11, 2015.
Forrest-Bank, S., Jensen, J., & Trecartin, S. (2015). Forrest-Bank, S. Measuring microaggression: Assessing differences in factor structure for black, hispanic/latino, & Asian young adults. Presented at Society for Social Work and Research 19th Annual Conference: The Social and Behavioral Importance of Increased Longevity.
Forrest-Bank, S., Trecartin, S., & Caldero, A. (2014). Microaggressions: Manifestations across oppressed populations and implications for social work practitioners. Presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting.
Cummings, S., Trecartin, S., & Cooper, L. (2014). Correlates of depression among older housing residents. Poster presented at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting.
Trecartin, S. (2014). Diversity culture and climate: Implications for economic oppression of persons with disabilities. Electronic Poster presented at the Counsel on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting.
Christman, R. & Trecartin, S. (2014). Perceptions of ASSIST health care facility program directors: Describing the benefits of an intergenerational faith-based service program. Poster presented at the Southern Gerontological Society Annual Meeting, Little Rock, AR.
Trecartin, S. & Forrest-Bank, S. (2014). Microaggression in the built environment. Poster presented at the American Society on Aging Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
Trowbridge, A., Hayes, K., Miller, K., & Trecartin, S. (2013, October). Behavioral issues following brain injury. Panel discussion presented at the 2013 Chattanooga Area Brain Injury Association Conference, Chattanooga, TN.
VanderWaal, C.J., Hernandez, E.I., Trecartin, S., Diaconu, M., & Carlson, N. (2008, June). The DeVos Urban Leadership Initiative: Evaluation of a youth ministry training program. Presented at the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives: Innovations in Effective Compassion Conference, Washington, D.C. Available at: http://innovationincompassion.hhs.gov/documents/DeVosUrban_CJV.PDF