Department of Social Work Education
New Faculty Profiles
Nancy Delich, LCSW, MATS, PPSC, Ed.D,
Dr. Delich received her Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from San Diego State University and a second Master’s degree in Transforming Spirituality (MATS) with a focus on Spiritual Direction from Seattle University. She has her Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.) from Seattle University with a double cognate in Social Justice and Spirituality.
Beginning her career as a social worker at a non-profit social service agency serving the Deaf and hard of hearing populations in the San Francisco Bay Area, Dr. Delich has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health, residential and public schools, and private practice in California and Washington as a licensed clinical social worker. She has taught graduate level counseling courses in the School of Theology and Ministry at both Saint Thomas University in Florida and Seattle University in Washington.
Dr. Delich has presented at state, national, and international conferences, as well as authored a book chapter and peer reviewed articles in professional publications. Her research interests include examining mental health issues in the Deaf community, spirituality in social work, and social connectedness and empowerment.