Dr. Kendra DeLoach McCutcheon is a contributing faculty member in the Barbara Solomon School of Social Work and Human Services College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Walden University. She received her PhD and MSW from the University of South Carolina and maintains licensure at the intermediate level. Dr. DeLoach McCutcheon has over 12 years of teaching experience. Dr. DeLoach McCutcheon is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, Council on Social Work Education, and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
SOCW 6500 - Field I
SOCW 6101 - Essential Skills for Social Work Practice
PhD, University of South Carolina
MSW, University of South Carolina
BS, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Women of Pearls, Guest Speaker - Syracuse
Deloach-mccutcheon, K. P. (2014). Discrimination. Encyclopedia of Social Work
Deloach-mccutcheon, K. P., Dvorsky, M., White, R. (2013). Culturally competent practice with African American youth and families in school mental health services..
Fram, M., Frongillo, E. A., Jones, S. J., Williams, R. C., Burke, M. P., DeLoach, K. P., Blake, C. E., Deloach-mccutcheon, K. P. (2011). Children are aware of food insecurity and take responsibility for managing food resources. Journal of Nutrition
Deloach-mccutcheon, K. P., Dvorsky, M., Miller, E., Paget, M. (2012). Mental health issues and students with emotional and behavioral disorders advances in special education. Behavioral Disorders: Current Perspectives and Issues
Deloach-mccutcheon, K. P., Watkins, K. (2014). “Say Cheese”: Social Work and photography students collaborate through cultural digital storytelling.
Watkins, K. Y., Deloach-mccutcheon, K. P. (2016). Yes We Can ! Building a collaborative community in an online diversity course.