Lili Schwan-Rosenwald, M.S.W., LICSW

Lili Schwan-Rosenwald currently works as the Lead Clinician for the Program for Assertive Community Treatment at the Edinburg Center. She works with individuals with chronic mental illness. In addition, she has worked for two years with the Center for Counseling and Pyschotherapy where she does group therapy, evaluation and assessment with individuals convicted of a sexual offense. Prior to this she worked for four years at Mental Health Management/Forensic Health Services at the MCI-Massachusetts Treatment Center with civilly committed sexually dangerous persons. Ms. Schwan-Rosenwald graduated from Smith College School for Social Work in 2007 and prior received a BA from Wellesley College. She has presented at multiple conferences on topics including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy with Sex Offenders and Diversity in Sex Offender Treatment.

Courses Taught

SW 529 Clinical Social Work in Forensic Settings