About

Tali

Tali Glickman is pursuing a Master’s in Social Work at Columbia University School of Social Work, focusing on Advanced Clinical Practice. She graduated from Northeastern University in May 2021, Summa Cum Laude, with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a double minor in Human Services and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. Tali has worked at two residential facilities as a case manager and residential counselor. The first was a psychiatric adult group home, The North Suffolk Mental Health Association, and the second, Walden Street School of The Justice Resource Institute, a residential facility for adolescent females who have dealt with severe trauma in their lives. Tali also volunteered for 3+ years at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center working as a rape crisis counselor on their sexual assault hotline. Not only has Tali found passion through direct practice, but she also has excelled in academic and research environments. Tali worked at the Social Interaction Lab at Northeastern University, working with the Ph.D. students to design and execute a research study focusing on individuals' judgments based on social cues. This past year, Tali wrote her final research paper on how Narrative Therapy, Feminist Theory, and Feminist-Narrative Therapy is a useful approach when supporting survivors of sexual violence (especially survivors of Color). Out of the classroom, Tali loves watching sports, cooking shows, and comedy, as well as, reading, listening to podcasts, and hanging out with friends. Tali excels in the Humanities fields and is passionate about creating community and connection with each student she works with. At Curious Cardinals, she is looking forward to helping students reach their full potential and learn what sparks their passions.

Three words to describe me...

Empathetic
Passionate
Dedicated

I prefer to teach in a

student-led

or

,

visual

,

, or

hands-on

, or

kinesthetic

style.

How I spend my free time

sports
community service
reading
outdoors