Jane F. Hurley Johncox, MSW, LICSW

Clinical Faculty

651-962-5823

jfhurleyjoh@stthomas.edu

My interest in social work education is clinical social work practice. Clinical social work is the lens that we bring to our work, which includes focusing on the individual and the context in which they live. Clinical social work seeks to name the social problems that often get identified as individual pathology.

  • Professional development and licensure
  • Clinical supervision
  • Family systems
  • Trauma, attachment and resiliency
  • Organizational Change and Leading Change

Master of Social Work
College of Saint Catherine/University of Saint Thomas, 1994

Bachelor of Arts, Social Work
College of Saint Catherine, 1989

Minnesota Association of Community Corrections Act Counties (MACCAC) Board of Directors Award (2003)

Women’s Christian Association: to maintain William Mitchell College of Law’s Women’s Reentry Clinic serving women released from Minnesota Correctional Facility: Shakopee (2010).

Women’s Foundation Grant: to expand William Mitchell College of Law’s Women’s Reentry Clinic serving women released from Minnesota Correctional Facility: Shakopee (2009).

Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee. MN Department of Public Safety, Office of Justice Programs: Title V Grant. $150,000 over three years to implement an African-American culturally specific program for Dakota County Community Corrections, Juvenile (2005).

Clinical Faculty, School of Social Work, Saint Catherine University/University of Saint Thomas, 2006–Present

Adjunct, School of Social Work, Saint Catherine University/University of Saint Thomas, 2002–2005

Clinical Social Worker, Private Practice, 2007–Present

Multi-Systemic Family Therapy Clinical Supervisor, Contracted, St. Croix County Health and Human Services, 2011–Present

Clinical Social Worker, William Mitchell Law School Women’s Reentry Clinic, 2008–2011

Multi-Systemic Family Therapist Contracted, Washington County Juvenile Corrections, 2006–2011

Therapist Contracted, Generations Community Support Services, 2007

Clinical Supervisor Dakota County Community Corrections, Juvenile, 1996–2006

Carey, M., & Johncox, J. (2008). "Carey Guides Criminogenic Needs: Antisocial Peers." The Carey Group. Arizona: Carey Group Publishing.

Johncox, J. (2008). "Carey Guides Criminogenic Needs: Anger." The Carey Group. Arizona: Carey Group Publishing.

Johncox J. (2008). "Carey Guides Criminogenic Needs: Anti-social Thinking." The Carey Group. Arizona: Carey Group Publishing.

McPartlin, T.K., Martin, R. & Hurley Johncox J.F. (2015). "Off Site Supervision: What makes it work well and what can be problematic." Presented at the NASW - Minnesota Chapter 25th Annual State Conference (referred)

Hurley Johncox, J.F. (2015). "Cognitive Behavioral Interventions." Training Conducted at Hennepin County DOCCR

Hurley Johncox, J.F. (2014). "Professional Alliance: A Parallel Process Presentation made at Minnesota Association of Community Corrections Act Counties."

Hurley Johncox, J.F. (2014). "Engagement, Alliance and Trauma Informed Care." Training Conducted at Scott County Community Corrections

Hurley Johncox, J.F. (2013). "Leading Change -Hennepin County Forum." Training Conducted at Hennepin County DOCCR