Tauchiana Williams is a clinical associate professor and lead interventionist for the Substance Use Prevention and Education Research (SUPER) program. She directs the 12-month Advanced Standing MSW Program and coordinates the school social work license program. Tauchiana was appointed by Governor Roy Cooper to serve on the North Carolina Social Work Certification and Licensure Board. She is a licensed clinical social worker whose practice areas include child and adolescent mental health, school social work, trauma, and substance use. Tauchiana is a current doctoral student, and her research interests consist of African American parent engagement and student success. Tauchiana has received the Dean’s Recognition of Teaching Excellence Award over several years. She served on the Council on Social Work Education’s Anti-Racism Task Force in 2020.
Degrees and LicensesBA, Wellesley College
MSW, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Primary ProgramSubstance Use Prevention and Education Research (SUPER)
Research and Professional InterestsAfrican American Parent Engagement and Student Success
Mental Health and Substance Use
School Social Work
Substance Use Prevention, Education, and Research, Lead Interventionist
Williams, T., & Goings, T. C. (2020). African American children in the child welfare system. In F. Z. Belgrave, T. C. Goings, & H. Jones (Eds.), African American families: Research, theory, and practice. San Diego, CA: Cognella.
Presentations, Workshops and MediaCaring for Myself Is Not Self-Indulgence: Navigating Vicarious Trauma and Potential Burnout
Facilitating Difficult Conversations in the Classroom: Overcoming Barriers with Strategies for Success
The History of School Social Work -- opening session at the NC School Social Workers Association fall conference
Social Work Practice with Families, Individuals, and Groups
School Social Work Practice