University of Calgary

Julie Mann-Johnson

  • Instructor
  • Associate Director - Field Education
  • Coordinator - Student Engagement - CN

Currently Teaching

Profile

 

Julie Mann-Johnson, MSW, RSW is Associate Director of Field Education and Instructor with the University of Calgary, Central and Northern Alberta Region.  She has worked most of her 20 year Social Work career in various areas of child welfare practice.  This experience has led her to be particularly passionate about supporting feminist and anti-racist practice as well as ensuring meaningful kin connections for children and youth within that system.  In addition to kinship care and assessment of caregivers, her research interests also include socializing social workers to the profession, FASD, and community partnerships.

Education

Master of Social Work (MSW), University of Calgary

 

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), University of Calgary

Publications from 2014-Present

Mann-Johnson, J. & Kikulwe, D. (2018). Exploring Decolonization through Kinship Care Home Assessments. Prairie Child Welfare Consortium (PCWC) Book 2018.

Kikulwe, D. & Mann-Johnson, J. (2018). Use and utilization of kinship care placements in the Prairie Provinces: Implications for social work. Prairie Child Welfare Consortium (PCWC) Book 2018.

Mann-Johnson, J. (2017).  Kiikwookew Kwizin and Kinship Care: Attending to the Hearts of Métis Children. In J. Carriere and C. Richardson (Eds.), Calling our families home: Métis peoples’ experiences with child welfare. Vernon, BC: J Charlton Publishing Ltd.

Mann-Johnson, J. (2016). The Kahkiyaw Program: A unique approach to child intervention services.  In W. Pelech, R. Basso, C. Lee & M. Gandarilla (Eds.), Inclusive group work (311-319). Chicago, IL: Lyceum Books. 

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