Seth Kleinman, MSW, LICSW, has been an elementary school social worker since 2006 in the North Shore area outside Boston. Before that, he practiced child and family social work in community health center and private practice settings.
He is an adjunct professor at both Boston College and Simmons University Schools of Social Work. He serves as a mental health clinician on two emergency response teams, a federal medical team, MA-1 DMAT, and a local Massachusetts school responder team, NEMLEC.
Seth is involved with the National Association of Social Workers, Massachusetts Chapter (NASW-MA) as the chair of the Committee on Ethics and the Child and Youth Shared Interest Group, and he is a member of the School Social Work Conference Committee. He is also a social work licensing test preparation instructor with NASW-MA.
Kleinman, S. (2021.) Ethical issues with termination under pandemic conditions. The New Social Worker, 28 (2). https://www.socialworker.com/feature-articles/ethics-articles/ethical-issues-termination-pandemic-conditions/
Kleinman, S., & Biddinger, P. D. (2018). Advocating for an enhanced presence of social workers in special medical needs shelters during emergencies. Social Work, 63(2), 182-184.