Margarete Parrish

Dr Margarete Parrish

  • 01202 962010
  • mparrish at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Senior Lecturer
  • Royal London House R406, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT
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Biography

Margarete Parrish’s career in social work began with her MSW from the University of Georgia in the US, where she specialised in Mental Health Social Work. Her PhD in Social Work is from Rutgers University, where she also specialised in Mental Health. Her practice background has been in both medical and mental health settings. Her practice specialities include adaptation following trauma, adolescents, mental health and substance misuse.

She has taught in the UK since 2004, and joined the social work team at BU in January 2013. She has recently received a "You're Brilliant" award from her BU students. The second edition of her book “Social Work Perspectives on Human Behaviour” was published in 2014. She is currently supervising MA and PhD students at Bournemouth University, as well as teaching on the undergraduate and postgraduate social work degree programmes.

Favourites

  • McCabe, E. and Parrish, M., 2018. A review of the complexities of working effectively with people being prescribed both antipsychotic medications and opioid substitution therapy. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 25 (1), 1-12.
  • Parrish, M. and Tunkle, J., 2005. Clinical challenges following an adolescent's death by suicide: Bereavement issues faced by family, friends, schools, and clinicians. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33 (1), 81-102.
  • Parrish, M. and Tunkle, J., 2003. Working with families following their child’s suicide. Family Therapy, 30 (2), 63-76.

Journal Articles

  • McCabe, E. and Parrish, M., 2018. A review of the complexities of working effectively with people being prescribed both antipsychotic medications and opioid substitution therapy. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 25 (1), 1-12.
  • Chilton, J., Parrish, M. and Crone, D., 2011. A preliminary review of an outpatient dual diagnosis recovery group programme. Groupwork, 21 (3), 78-91.
  • Redmond, R. and Parrish, M., 2008. Variables influencing physiotherapy adherence among young adults with cerebral palsy. Qualitative Health Research, 18 (11), 1501-1510.
  • Parrish, M. and Tunkle, J., 2005. Clinical challenges following an adolescent's death by suicide: Bereavement issues faced by family, friends, schools, and clinicians. Clinical Social Work Journal, 33 (1), 81-102.
  • Parrish, M. and Perman, J., 2004. Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy: Some practice implications for social workers. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 21 (2), 137-154.
  • Parrish, M. and Tunkle, J., 2003. Working with families following their child’s suicide. Family Therapy, 30 (2), 63-76.
  • Pecukonis, E., Cornelius, L. and Parrish, M., 2003. The Future of health social work. Social Work in Health Care: the journal of health care work, 37 (3), 1-15.
  • Parrish, M., Burry, C. and Pabst, M., 2003. Providing comprehensive case management services to urban women with HIV/AIDS and their families. Affillia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 18 (3), 302-315.
  • Parrish, M., 2002. Biggie. Social Work Today, 19-21.
  • Stanley, J.C. and Parrish, M., 2002. A Vision for educational research in the twenty-first Century. Educational Researcher, 27 (9), 34-35.
  • Parrish, M., Greif, G. and Cole, M., 2002. Working with families following urban violence. Family Therapy, 29 (3), 169-181.
  • Parrish, M., 1999. Substance abuse, families and the courts. Journal of Health Care, Law and Policy, 3 (1), 1101-1117.
  • Parrish, M., 1997. Family adaptation to children with feeding and swallowing disorders: A Social Work perspective. Seminars in Speech and Language, 18 (1), 71-78.
  • Barnet, B. and Parrish, M., 1997. Physical and Sexual Abuse are associated with Depressive Symptoms in Pregnant and Parenting Teenagers. Journal of Adolescent Health, 19 (2), 139.
  • Parrish, M. and Ryan, S., 1996. Negative Reproductive Health Outcomes Among Adolescent Females Following Sexual Abuse, Rape or Assault. Journal of Adolescent Health, 18 (2), 119.
  • Parrish, M., 1995. The Special Needs of Adolescent Survivors of Sexual Trauma. Proceedings of The National Coalition Against Sexual Assault Conference.
  • Parrish, M., 1994. The long-term bio-psycho-socioeconomic consequences of a severe burn injury for adults. Social Work Abstracts, 30 (3), 208.
  • Fuller, F.W., Parrish, M. and Nance, C.F., 1994. A Review of the dosimetry of Silver Sulfadiazine Cream in burn wound treatment. The Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, 15 (3), 213-223.
  • Parrish, M., 1991. Are We Underestimating the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Needs of the Occupationally Injured? Proceedings of the American Burn Association Conference.
  • Parrish, M., 1982. The Monastery of the Holy Spirit, Conyers, Georgia. Georgia Journal, 3 (1), 12-20.

Books

Chapters

  • Parrish, M., 2004. Urban poverty as a hidden demographic variable. In the eyes of the beholder: Diversity in the education of gifted students. Waco, TX: Proofrock Publishers, 203-211.
  • Perman, J. and Parrish, M., 2004. Munchausen by Proxy/Factitious Disorder by Proxy. In: Walker, A.W., ed. Pediatric Gastrointestinal Disease, 4th Ed. Hamilton, Ontario: B.C. Decker.
  • Parrish, M., Feroli, K. and Felice, M., 2001. Rape. In: Hoekelman, R.A. and Friedman, S., eds. Primary Pediatric Care 4th edition. St. Louis: Mosby, 2020-2027.
  • Perman, J. and Parrish, M., 2000. Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy/Factitious Disorder by Proxy. In: Walker, A.W., ed. Pediatric Gastrointestinal Disease, 3rd Ed. Hamilton, Ontario: B.C. Decker.
  • Parrish, M., 2000. How do I assess for possible histories of trauma among assaultive adolescents? In: Dubowitz, H. and DePanfilis, D., eds. Handbook for Child Protection Practice. California: Sage, 168-171.
  • Parrish, M., 2000. How do I assess for neglect among at-risk adolescents? In: Dubowitz, H. and DePanfilis, D., eds. Handbook for Child Protection Practice. California: Sage, 137-139.
  • Parrish, M., Felice, M. and Bernstein, A., 1996. Rape. In: Hoekelman, R.A. and Friedman, S., eds. Primary Pediatric Care 3rd edition. St. Louis: Mosby, 1751-1757.

Conferences

  • Parrish, M. and Galley, D., 2014. Gender Biases in Social Work Education and Practice. In: JSWEC 16th Education Conference 2014 Royal Holloway University.
  • Parrish, M., 2013. Comparisons of ASYE in the UK and the EPAS framework in the US: Competency Benchmark Comparisons. In: JSWEC 15th Education Conference 11-12 July 2013 Royal Holloway University, London.
  • Parrish, M., 2013. Preliminary findings from a recovery-based psycho-educational group programme for adults with dual diagnoses. In: Re-engaging in Life Conference 5-6 September 2013 Bournemouth University.
  • Parrish, M. and Burry, C., 2013. Twofold Adversity: Incarcerated mothers and child protection. In: International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect 15-18 September 2013 Dublin, Ireland.
  • Parrish, M., 2012. Forgotten Parents and Overlooked Children: Working with Incarcerated Parents and Their Children. In: British Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect 15-17 April 2012 Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  • Parrish, M., 2011. Working with Women in the Prison Systems Who Have Children: A Comparison of US and UK Practice. In: Gender and Child Welfare Conference 5-7 June 2011 Galway, Ireland.
  • Parrish, M., 2010. Conducting Groupwork with People with Dual Diagnoses. In: 15th European Groupwork Symposium 11-12 August 2010 York, England.
  • Cheeseman, M. and Parrish, M., 2010. Learning, Teaching and Research Implications of an Alcohol Survey Conducted with Undergraduates. In: JSWEC 12th Education Conference 2010 Hatfield.
  • Burry, S., Parrish, M. and Regent, D., 2010. Serving Those Who Served: UK & US Social Work practice with the military and their families. In: JSWEC 12th Education Conference 2010 Hatfield.
  • Burry, C., Rejent, D. and Parrish, M., 2009. Serving Those Who Served: SW Curriculum Considerations in the US and UK. In: Council on SW Education Conference 2009 San Antonio, TX.
  • Parrish, M., 2008. A Peer-Mentoring Project for Undergraduate Social Work Students. In: Council on Social Work Education Conference 2008 Philadelphia, PA.
  • Parrish, M., 2007. Alcohol and Drug Use and Violence. In: Herefordshire County Council Conference: Research and Its Place in Your Practice 2007 Belmont, Herefordshire.
  • Chilton, J. and Parrish, M., 2007. Inter-professional collaboration providing psycho-educational groups for patients with dual diagnoses. In: Evidence-Based Practice: An Inter-Professional Learning Conference 2007 Liverpool.
  • Parrish, M. and Hookins, M., 2007. The "Study Buddy Project": Peer Mentoring for Social Work Students. In: JSWEC Conference 2007 Swansea.
  • Hartin, J. and Parrish, M., 2006. Identifying "Threshold Concepts" for Social Work Education in the US and England. In: Council on SW Education, 2006 National Conference 2006 Chicago.
  • Parrish, M. and Burry, C., 2006. Common and uncommon languages: An American's adventures teaching social work in England. In: Council on SW Education, 2006 National Conference 2006 Chicago.
  • Burry, C. and Parrish, M., 2005. Services to homeless women with HIV/AIDS. In: Council on Social Work Education National Conference Symposium 2005 New York.
  • Parrish, M. and Gray, M., 2004. Ethical dilemmas regarding students with substance related problems: Ambiguities when academic, NASW, & Licensure guidelines differ. In: Council on Social Work Education National Conference Symposium 2004 Annaheim, CA.
  • Parrish, M. and Burry, C., 2004. Community-based case management services for urban women with HIV/AIDS. In: International Conference on Social Work in Health 2004 Quebec.
  • Parrish, M. and Burry, C., 2003. The Bumpy road from research to reality: The Challenges of field-based research with vulnerable populations. In: Society for Social Work & Research 2003 Washington, D.C..
  • Parrish, M., 2003. Interdisciplinary Practice as part of field instruction. In: Mid-Atlantic Field Instruction Consortium 2003 Washington, D.C..
  • Parrish, M. and Perman, J., 2002. Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy: Implications for an Interdisciplinary Team Approach. In: American Professional Society for the Abuse of Children National Conference 2002 New Orleans, LA.
  • Parrish, M. and Cooper, C., 2000. An Interdisciplinary project providing psychosocial services to survivors of urban violence. In: NASW, National conference: Social Work 2000: Strategies to Succeed in the New Market Economy 2000 Baltimore, MD.
  • Parrish, M., 1997. Associations between depressive symptoms and exposure to violence among pregnant and parenting adolescents. In: Society for Adolescent Medicine National Conference: Special Interest Group on Violence 1997 San Francisco, CA.
  • Parrish, M., 1996. Negative Reproductive Health Outcomes Among Adolescent Females Following Sexual Abuse, Rape or Assault. In: Society for Adolescent Medicine National Conference 1996 Washington, D.C..
  • Parrish, M., 1996. Adolescent Survivors of Sexual Trauma: Some Multi-disciplinary Considerations for Practice and Research. In: Crisis in the Human Services International Conference 1996 Cambridge University.
  • Parrish, M., 1995. Special Needs of Adolescent Survivors of Sexual Trauma. In: National Coalition Against Sexual Assault Conference 1995 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Parrish, M., 1994. Sexually Abused, Raped or Assaulted Adolescent Girls. In: Healthy Women/Healthy Nation Conference 1994 Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Parrish, M., 1991. Are We Underestimating the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Needs of the Occupationally Injured Burn Patient? In: American Burn Association National Conference 1991 Baltimore, MD.
  • Parrish, M., 1990. Long and Short-term Intervention with Survivors of Traumatic Injury and Their Families. In: NASW National Convention 1990 Boston, MA.

Reports

  • Parrish, M. and Cheeseman, M., 2010. The Findings from the University of Gloucestershire Alcohol Survey: A Report to the University.. University of Gloucestershire.

Invited Lectures

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  • Univ. of Maryland at Baltimore, 01 Jan 1995 more
  • University of Maryland School of Medicine., 01 Jan 1999 more
  • Univ of Maryland School of Law., 01 Jan 1999 more
  • Baltimore City Public School System., 01 Jan 2000 more
  • Baltimore., 01 Jan 2000 more
  • Maryland., 01 Jan 2001 more
  • Baltimore, MD., 01 Jan 2001 more
  • NASW-New Jersey Chapter Annual Conference., 01 Apr 2003 more
  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Baltimore, MD., 01 May 2003 more
  • 01 Jan 2003 more
  • Catholic Charities, New Jersey., 01 Nov 2003 more
  • Westcote, Oxford, 01 Mar 2006 more

Grants

  • Complex Parenting Project: An Exploration of the Challenges to Parenting for Women Who are Sectioned. (Bournemouth University Seedcorn Funding., 01 Jan 2015). Completed
  • An Exploration of Hard-to-Reach, Treatment-Resistant Young People. (Gloucestershire County Council/Univ. of Gloucestershire., 01 Jan 2012). Completed
  • The University of Gloucestershire Alcohol Study: Patterns of Undergraduate Drinking Behaviours. (The University of Gloucestershire, 01 Jan 2008). Completed
  • The Study Buddy Project: A Peer Mentoring Project for Undergraduate Social Work Students at the University of Gloucestershire (University of Gloucestershire., 01 Jan 2006). Completed
  • Questions Regarding MSW Students’ Perceptions of Substance-Related Problems Among Their Peers. (University of Maryland School of Social Work, Baltimore, Maryland., 01 Jan 2003). Completed
  • Long-term Bio-Psycho-Socioeconomic Consequences of Severe Burn Injuries for Adults. Saint Barnabas Burn Center, Livingston, New Jersey. (Saint Barnabas Burn Foundation, 01 Jan 1998). Completed
  • 1994-1995 Addressing the Diverse Needs of Adjudicated, Sexually Abused Adolescent Females. (State of Maryland Juvenile Justice Advisory Council, 01 Jan 1994). Completed

External Responsibilities

  • Middlesex University, External Examiner (2011-)
  • National Association of Social Workers, Maryland Chapter, Chapter President (1999-2001)
  • National Association of Social Workers, South Carolina Chapter, Board member (1987-1988)
  • Hospice of Athens, Ga., Founding member (1983-1984)
  • National Institute for Social Care and Health Research, Reviewer
  • British Journal of Social Work, Reviewer

Consultancy Activities

  • Consultation with Center for Infant Studies Staff., Consultation.. Center for Infant Studies Staff.
  • Clinical Consultant, Consultation.. Potomac Ridge Behavioral Health, Crownsville, MD
  • Diocese of Maryland Commission on Youth Suicide., Consultation.. Diocese of Maryland.
  • The Family Haven Project, Gloucester, Consultation.. The Family Haven Project, Gloucester.
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment Workgroup., Consultation.. Gloucestershire Partnership Trust (2Gether Gloucester).
  • BU link for Reducing Harm from Alcohol Programme, Consultation. Wessex Academic Health Science Network

Attended Training

  • Oriented Problem Solving Group & Individual Therapy, Advanced Clinical Skills (Gorski Method), Baltimore, Maryland, 01 Jan 1994
  • Tuerk Conference: Women and Addictions, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 01 Jan 1997
  • Sexual Assault Forensic Examination Training Program, University of Maryland Dept. of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 01 Jan 1997
  • Tuerk Conference: Heroin Addiction: Many Paths to Recovery, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD., 01 Jan 1999
  • HIV Care Conference AIDS: A Challenge to Primary Care, Maryland Nurses Association, Baltimore, MD, 01 Jan 1999
  • Counseling the Bereaved Family in the Emergency Department, Pilot Training for Social Workers, NASW, Washington, D.C., 01 Jan 2000
  • Domestic Violence: Roots, Resources & Remedies, Baltimore, MD, 01 Jan 2001
  • Mayor’s Domestic Violence Coordinating Healthcare Workgroup, Baltimore, MD, 01 Jan 2002
  • Domestic Violence: Meeting the Clinical Challenges, Baltimore, MD, 01 Jan 2002
  • Psychopharmacology: 1-Day Workshop, Baltimore, MD, 01 Jan 2002
  • Suicide Prevention in a Time of National Crisis, 01 Jan 2003
  • Clinical Pastoral Education, Athens, Georgia, 01 Jan 1981
  • Rutgers Summer School of Alcohol Studies, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 01 Jan 1989
  • HIV/AIDS Educator Instruction, Red Cross Certification, Summit, New Jersey, 01 Jan 1990
  • Rutgers Summer School of Alcohol Studies, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 01 Jan 1990
  • Clinical Uses of Hypnosis. Maryland Society for Clinical Social Work Victor Fitterman, M.S.W, 01 Jan 1995
  • Juvenile Justice and Mental Health Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Washington, D.C., 01 Jan 2000
  • Blending Physiologic, Behavioral, & Family Approaches to Research on Chronic Childhood Illness, 01 Jan 2000
  • Critical Incident Stress Management: Basic NASW-MD, Baltimore, MD, 01 Jan 2000
  • A Social Work Education Model for the Prevention and Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorders NIAAA, Washington, D.C., 01 Jan 2001
  • Introduction to Good Clinical Practice, National Institute for Health Research. NIHR CRN. Poole., 01 Jan 2012
  • The ‘Legal Highs’ Phenomenon. Drug Train. Drug & Alcohol National Occupational Standards. Bournemouth., 01 Jan 2013

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) in History & English Literature (University of Georgia, 1976)
  • MSW in Mental Health (University of Georgia, 1984)
  • PhD in Social Work (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 1991)

Honours

  • R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma "Hero" Award (University of Maryland Medical Systems Shock Trauma Center, 1997)
  • National Association of Social Workers: Leadership Award (NASW-MD in recognition of service to the Maryland Chapter, 2001)
  • “Research Star” Award (STC Research Committee, 2002)
  • Elected to “Who’s Who Among American Teachers” (2002)
  • Nominated for Innovation in Teaching & Learning Award (SWAP, 2011)
  • “You’re Brilliant” Award (Bournemouth University, 2014)

Memberships

  • American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Member (1996-2005),
  • British Assoc. Study & Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Member (2012-),
  • British Association of Social Workers, Member (2006-),
  • College of Social Work, Member (2012-2015),
  • Council on Social Work Education, Member (1992-),
  • General Social Care Council, Member (2009-),
  • Health & Care Professions Council, Member (2012-),
  • Maryland Joint Commission on Inter-professional Affairs, Member (1999-2001),
  • Maryland Legislative Council of Social Workers, Member (1999-2001),
  • NASW-Maryland, Representative at Delegate Assembly (2002-),
  • NASW-Maryland Chapter, President (1999-2001),
  • NASW-Maryland Executive Committee, Member (1999-2001),
  • NASW-Maryland Personnel Committee, Member (1998-2004),
  • NASW-Maryland Social Work Month Committee, Member (1998-2004),
  • NASW-Maryland Student-Faculty Liaison Committee, Member (1998-2004),
  • National Association of Social Workers, Member (1984-),
  • Society for Adolescent Medicine, Chesapeake Chapter, Member (1994-2002),
  • State of Maryland, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Member (1994-),
  • State of South Carolina, Member (1985-1987),
  • The Academy of Certified Social Workers, Member (1986-),
  • Wellbeing in Prisons Higher Education Network Working Group, Member (2011-),
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