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Terrie Fritz, MSW, LCSW


Terrie Fritz is a clinical instructor, and directs the Center for Social Work in Healthcare. Before joining our faculty full-time five years ago, she worked for over 25 years in state government where her career focused improving healthcare in Oklahoma. As Director of the Center for Social Work and Healthcare, she has developed enhanced learning opportunities in healthcare and promotes the effective use of social work in the healthcare system in Oklahoma. She teaches graduate courses and develops inter-professional education experiences on the OUHSC campus. Terrie received her MSW from OU in 1978.

Terrie has held many elected and volunteer positions with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) at the state chapter and national level. She has served as Chair of the National Committee on Ethics and has served on the national board of directors.

Katrina Meyers, MSW


Katrina joined the OU SBIRT Collaborative staff in 2017 as the SBIRT Project Assistant. She has strong interests in advocacy within healthcare, interdisciplinary teams, trauma and resilience, addiction, Spanish speaking communities, criminal justice reform, and amplifying the voices of people of color as they share their stories of oppression and resilience in a discriminatory system.

Ric Muñoz, JD, MSW


Mr. Ricky T. Munoz has worked at OU since 2009. His research centers on the role psychological strengths, such as hope, play in driving resilience among clients of social service agencies. His research falls under a community engaged research paradigm that includes evaluation partnerships with social services agencies.  He has multiple publications and grants relating to his work.

Carrie Jankoswki, MSSW, LCSW


Carrie Jankowski has been practicing clinical social work since 2001. Her clinical focus and experience in social work has primarily focused on the healthcare field. She has worked with numerous populations, including children and adults with special needs, individuals and families, and older adults. She has worked in settings such as inpatient and outpatient clinics, schools, and private practice. 

Ms. Carrie Jankowski is the Field Education Coordinator and an Instructor at the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work. In the past, she has served as a faculty liaison, field instructor, and community faculty instructor.

She received the honor of student-selected “Community Faculty of the Year” for 2015-2016 for providing support to students during their field work as a Faculty Field Liaison. She has been a facilitator for SBIRT Training under the SAMHSA grant with the OU Center for Social Work in Healthcare since November 2016. She has been an Oklahoma Licensing Board Approved Supervisor leading clinical supervision since 2013.

Christina Miller, PhD, LCSW


Dr. Christina Miller earned her PhD at Florida State University and has been with the University of Oklahoma Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work for seven years. During her time at OU she has worked on several funded projects in the areas of community health, transition services for youth with disabilities, inter professional education, and alcohol screening and brief intervention. Dr. Miller has taught Generalist Practice with Individuals and Families, Introduction to Social Work, Undergraduate Practicum Seminar, and an inter professional elective on engaging students and families with disabilities in transition planning for life after high school.

Stephen Gillaspy, PhD


Dr. Stephen Gillaspy earned his MS and PhD in Clinical Psychology, Pediatrics & Behavioral Medicine at Oklahoma State University. Both his internship and postdoctoral work were at the University of Oklahoma in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Gillaspy is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center; serves as the Director of the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline; and as Director of Research and Associate Section Chief of General and Community Pediatrics. Toacco cessation interventions, collaborations with tribal organizations, and motivational interviewing (MI) and brief interventions are Dr. Gillaspy's areas of contribution to science. Dr. Gillaspy's background clearly demonstrates his utility to the OU SBIRT Collaborative as a trainer and consultant.