Dr. Ida M. Mills
Assistant Professor of Social Work / Sociology, Social Science Department
235 Louis Bennett Hall
Doctorate of Education in Leadership - St. Mary's University; 2008
Masters in Social Working - Michigan State University; 1981
Bachelors in Social Working - Morningside College, Iowa; 1974
Interviewing and Counseling
Introduction to Social Work
Marriage and Family
Death and Dying, Resiliency
Practice with Individuals and Families
First Year Experience
Previous Teaching Experience
ISD 728 – Cultural Competence Trainer/Facilitator for teachers and paraprofessional staff
Elk River, MN – Community Education
Spencer, IA – Trained mental health staff, social services, juvenile probation, parents, regarding intra-family sexual abuse, intervention and treatment
Ft. Dix, NJ – Trained mental health staff, military police, community members regarding domestic violence and child abuse prevention and treatment
Ft. Collins, CO – Trained Lutheran Social Services on the Nurturing Program
Accepted for School Social Work Journal: Parents' Decision Making Process for the Treatment of ADHD. Published Fall 2011.
Submitted for publication to Journal of Teacher Education and Special Education: ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment: How Parents Decide Textbook review: Intentional Interviewing and Counseling by Ivy, Ivy & Zalaquett
BSW program for Glenville State College Spring 2009
Critical Incident Response Plan for Glenville State College, August 2010
Social Justice Grant, September 2009
Intra-family Sexual Abuse Treatment Program, 1988
Grant and Program writing: Fort Dix – Temple University Spouse Abuse Model: Curriculum Guide, 1984.
Grant and Program writing: Family School Curriculum Guide for Family Advocacy Program: A Child Abuse/Neglect Prevention Program, 1982.
Bethany College: Empowering Families conference presenter November 2010
School Social Worker. Independenet School District 728, Elk River, MN. August 1990 - June 2008.
Day Treatment Coordinator/Therapist. Mt. St. Vincent Children's Home, Denver, CO. June 1989 - July 1990.
Clinical Social Worker, Coordinator: Family Centered Services. Northwest Iowa Mental Health Center, Spencer, IA. February 1985 - May 1989.
Coordinator of Family Advocacy Program, Clinical Social Worker. Army Community Services, Fort Dix, NJ. June 1982 - January 1985.
Behavioral Science Specialist. United States Army. Fort Campbell, KY and Fort Wainwright, AK. June 1975 - May 1978.