Jacqueline K. Bryan

Assistant Professor of Social Work, MSW Field Education Coord. jkbryan@seu.edu

Degrees Earned

BA in Psychology, University of South Florida
Master of  Social Work (MSW), University of South Florida
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)


Professor Bryan is a licensed clinical social worker and brings over ten years of professional social work experience to the classroom. Prior to joining Southeastern University, Professor Bryan served as a school social worker for Polk County Public Schools. She also has experience working as a hospice and hospital social worker. Professor Bryan is active in the community and serves as a Cabin Leader and Counselor at Camp Brave Heart, an annual weekend bereavement retreat for grieving children. Professor Bryan has served as a Panel Member for the Hospice Foundation of America’s Annual Living with Grief Teleconference, and she is actively engaged as a Committee Member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW)-Heartland, FL unit. Professor Bryan was selected the 2015 NASW Heartland Unit Social Worker of the Year and the 2013 Polk County Public Schools Social Worker of the Year. Professor Bryan is passionate about social work education and looks forward to serving MSW students as the Field Education Coordinator.

Professor Bryan teaches the following undergraduate and graduate courses: Introduction to Social Work, Field Experience and Seminar, Foundations of Social Work Practice, Interviewing and Helping Skills, and Trauma-Informed Clinical Practice.