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Arnold Levin, Ph.D.
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A pioneer in clinical practice and education, Dr. Arnold Levin was very familiar with the issues and concerns of clinical social workers. He was Past President and cofounder of Chicago’s Institute for Clinical Social Work, a free standing doctoral program in clinical social work. Further, he was founding president of the Illinois Society for Clinical Social Work and founding vice president of the Clinical Social Work Federation. His book, entitled The Private Practice of Psychotherapy has been most influential and instructive in helping clinical social workers understand what they were getting into when they embarked upon private practice. Dr. Levin began in private practice since 1960, one of the first social workers to do so. He received his Ph.D. in social work in 1976 from the University of Chicago with his dissertation on "Social Workers in Mid-Career."