The Sanville Institute
About The Sanville Institute
The Sanville Institute is proud to continue its fifty-year mission of service to the social work and psychotherapy professions.
We are committed to promoting professional development that serves a culturally diverse community of mental health providers.
The Sanville Institute supports professional development by offering continuing education courses and doctoral-level research through a recently-introduced scholarship program. Learn more about The Sanville Institute.
Sanville - Smith Collaboration
The course Applying an anti-oppressive intersectional lens in clinical practice: A relational/attachment approach is the current collaboration between The Sanville Institute and Smith College School of Social Work. The collaboration began in 2005 and grew out of Jean Sanville’s vision of cross-fertilization between the program she founded and her alma mater.
The course is offered to Smith doctoral candidates and sponsored by The Sanville Institute. It is co-taught by Judith Kay Nelson, former faculty and dean emeritus at The Sanville Institute and adjunct faculty in the Smith School of Social Work doctoral program, and Tanya Greathouse, associate professor and MSW Program Director at Metropolitan State University of Denver and an affiliate faculty member at Smith College School for Social Work.
Now Accepting Applications
The Sanville Institute Scholarship Program
The Sanville Institute has established a new scholarship program to assist qualified professionals pursuing doctoral research in mental health. The application period for the 2024-25 academic year is now open, and applications will be accepted until January 31, 2024.