Shuei Kozu, M.S.W., M.H.A., LICSW
Shuei Kozu is a clinical and medical social worker at Boston Children's Hospital. She works primarily with children, youth, and young adults who have neurological disorders in an outpatient setting. Prior to Children's Hospital, Ms. Kozu worked at Tufts Medical Center, Floating Hospital for Children, covering the inpatient child psychiatry unit, medical and surgical pediatric ICU, and specialty clinics. In addition to her professional work, Ms. Kozu has been an active volunteer for the American Red Cross to provide disaster mental health intervention and education both locally and nationally. Recently, her disaster work expanded internationally as she has been working with clinicians from other countries on disaster and trauma work. Ms. Kozu received her MSW from Boston University and MHA (Master's in Health Administration) from Suffolk University. She completed the LEND Fellowship (Leadership Education in Neuro-developmental Disabilities) at Kennedy Shriver Center. Currently, Ms. Kozu is a Ph.D. candidate in Social Work at Simmons College. Ms. Kozu has extensive experience teaching, supervising and training. She was the co-director of a didactic seminar series for MSW students at Boston Children's Hospital. She co-taught an advanced social work practice course at Wheelock College in 2007 and has taught a trauma course at Simmons College since 2011. She presents topics related to children and trauma, children with disabilities, child maltreatment, and culturally sensitive practice both nationally and internationally.
SW 588 A Cased-Based Approach to Learning Treatment of Trauma With Child & Adolescents