Warren K. Graham is currently an Assistant Dean of Field Education and Clinical Assistant Professor at SUNY Stony Brook. Warren has been an educator in higher education for 10 years and is a NYS licensed clinical social worker, NYS credentialed substance abuse counselor, and 4th year doctoral candidate at Adelphi University.
Warren’s past direct practice experience includes outpatient substance use and mental health, alternatives to incarceration treatment programs, and project director overseeing the family and juvenile drug treatment courts. Currently maintaining a private practice, Warren has also been an active member of Nassau County Probation Department's Placement Review Committee, the Coalition Against Child Abuse and Neglect's Child Protection/Substance Abuse Task Force, Nassau County’s Disproportionate Minority Representation Advisory Group, Roosevelt School District’s Truancy Court Committee and Nassau County’s Father’s Rights Subcommittee.
Warren is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers, NYS Chapter and was formerly elected as a Delegate to the National Assembly, and Nassau Division Director and NYS Board Member. Most recently Warren has been selected as a Social Worker in the Courts Specialty Practice Section Committee member and NYS Diversity Committee member.
Warren has a BA in Psychology from SUNY at Old Westbury, Master’s Degree in Social Work from Fordham University, and is pursuing his Ph.D in Social Welfare at Adelphi University.