Professor Sweifach has 20 years of service to Wurzweiler. Until Fall 2017, he has continuously taught advanced group work, Jewish Social Philosophy and Values and Ethics. He chaired the curriculum committee, and is the sequence chair of group work. His practice background is in the Jewish communal services field at the Y of Metrowest in New Jersey, and clinically at the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services. His publications focus on group work, Jewish communal services, social work values and ethics. He is on the Board of the International Association for Social Work with Groups (IASWG). He now is associate dean and chair of the doctoral program.
Jay Sweifach, Ph.D., DSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker