Beatrice Traub-Werner

Beatrice Traub-Werner MSW, RSW Secretary of Separation Pathways. Dean, Continuing Education, Adler Graduate Professional Schools

Beatrice Traub-Werner is a social worker with 35 years of experience as a clinician, administrator, and educator. She was the Director of Admissions at the Faculty of Social Work, at the University of Toronto for 15 years. In her clinical practice, Beatrice was trained and worked as a family mediator, and also provided court assessments for separating families. In 2009, she founded TAPE Educational Services, a continuing education program for clinicians, and became the academic director of the Bridge Training Program for Internationally Trained Psychologists and Allied Mental Health Professionals (now BREM). Currently, Beatrice is the Dean of Continuing Education and Director of Admissions, Academics, at Adler Graduate Professional Schools. Beatrice has served on and chaired a number of Boards of Directors. She was an elected member of the Council of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers where she served for ten years, three as Council President. When her term ended in September 2017, she was elected to and served for two terms on the Board of the Association of Social Work Boards, in Culpepper, VA. In 2021, she was re-elected to the OCSWSSW’s Council. She was Board Chair of Willow Breast and Hereditary Cancer Support until its merger in April 2016 with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, and a director at Jewish Vocational Services where she currently serves as a member of the Governance Committee. Beatrice has been involved with the Psychology Foundation of Canada (now Strong Minds, Strong Kids) since 2005. Beatrice is a founding member of Eli’s Place (currently on the Finance Committee) and Secretary of the Board at Separation Pathways.