Denise Michelle Breinig-Glunz
Clinical Assistant Professor, Field Faculty/ PROGRESS Coordinator; Adjunct Faculty
What I do
Social work is one of the few professions in which we are allowed to bring our whole selves to the work. Field education can be the start of that experience and one that can bring profound change to both ourselves and the clients we serve.
children and youth, clinical social work, culturally-responsive practice, families and family systems, leadership and organizations, mental and behavioral health, field education
Breinig-Glunz has advanced training and experience as a mediator within an interdisciplinary team. She is the faculty liaison for the Colorado Society for Clinical Social Work, for which she previously served as the education co-chair. Breinig-Glunz's areas of clinical expertise include adolescent day treatment, crisis intervention, conflict management, adult and childhood anxiety and parenting. She maintains a part-time private practice in Centennial, Colorado, with an emphasis on children and families. From 2010-13, she worked as a field placement liaison for the University's Graduate School of Social Work.
- MSW, Social Work, Smith College School For Social Work, 1992
- BA, Psychology, University of Colorado, 1989
Licensure / Accreditations
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
- Community Service Award, Colorado Society for Clinical Social Work