Ann Burack-Weiss, PhD, LCSW
Associate faculty, Program in Narrative Medicine, Columbia University
Noted social work practitioner, educator, and consultant who taught two generations of students at the Columbia School of Social Work and now associate faculty for Columbia’s Narrative Medicine program. Long and distinguished social work career with specialties in the fields of aging and HIV/AIDS. Author of The Lioness in Winter: Writing an Old Woman's Life and The Caregiver's Tale: Loss and Renewal in Memoirs of Family Life. Coauthor of Gerontological Social Work Supervision and Social Work Practice with the Frail Elderly and Their Families: The Auxiliary Function Model and First Encounters Between Elders and Agencies: a Practice Guide.