Louanna Law Bickham is an assistant professor in the Department of Graduate Social Work at Azusa Pacific University. Her responsibilities include teaching field seminars and other social work courses, providing supervision for students in their field internships, meeting with field instructors to ensure student field education standards, and the development of student internships. She has worked in the field of aging for several years, most recently at Huntington Hospital Senior Care Network. Bickham has also worked in marriage and family counseling, crisis intervention, and Catholic Social Ministries. She taught at California State University, Los Angeles, and Pacific Oaks College, and prior to moving to California in 2000, she served as director of field education at the University of Oklahoma and the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. She is involved with the National Association of Social Workers, the Leukemia/Lymphoma Association, and Pasadena Village.
MSW (with a clinical concentration), University of Oklahoma
B.A., English, University of Oklahoma
- School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences
- Crisis Response
- Marriage and Family Therapy
- Older Adults and Families
- Women's Issues
Courses TaughtSOCW 511
– Introduction to the Social Work ProfessionSOCW 515
– Field Seminar I SOCW 525
– Field Seminar II
Tuesday 2-4 p.m.
Carl E. Wynn Academic Center, 208B, East Campus