Dr. Christopher Barrilleaux, MATh, MSW, DSW, LCSW-BACS received his Doctorate of Social Work degree in May of 2017 from the Tulane University School of Social Work. He received the Outstanding Student Achievement Award among doctoral students, and graduated with distinction in both Policy and Research areas of study.
Dr. Barrilleaux is an Adjunct Professor at the Tulane School of Social Work located at 127 Elk Place in downtown New Orleans. He teaches both online MSW students, and those enrolled in the on-ground programs.
Since August 2017, he has been teaching Human Behavior and the Social Environment I; Advanced Clinical & Community Practice Methods; and Psychopathology & DSM5. He also co-teaches the Doctoral Student Comprehensive Exam Preparation seminar with Dr. Candice Beasley.
Research interests include neoliberal public housing policy, clinical interventions with binge-eating disorder, and the treatment efficacy of interventions targeting sexual addiction. To that end, he has published the following article in the Journal for Social Work Practice in the Addictions: