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Christopher Solomon

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Clinical Lecturer
(919) 530-6278
(919) 530-7924
235 Miller-Morgan Building


Christopher Solomon is the Faculty Clinical Field Instructor in the Department of Social Work at North Carolina Central University (NCCU). He has over 20 years of experience in the areas of child welfare, child mental health, sex abuse, substance abuse, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues, medical, aging and developmental disabilities. He is a very proud graduate of North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University?s Bachelor of Social Work program, and was the first African American male to graduate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Winston-Salem Distance Education Advanced Standing Master of Social Work program with a concentration of community practice and management.

Prior to his employment at NCCU, Christopher was an Assistant Professor of Social Work and Field Placement Coordinator for six years at Saint Augustine's University as well as an Adjunct Part-Time Instructor of Social Work at Shaw University since 2012.

Additionally, he is affiliated with the Triangle Association of Black Social Workers, National Association of Black Social Workers and the American Psychological Association. Most recently, he was the Co-Lead for the Wake County Elder Abuse Task Force (2011-2013) to address elder abuse issues.

Research Interests

Research Interests: child mental health, child welfare, parenting issues, elder abuse, supervision and consultation, sex abuse, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender and developmental disabilities


MSW University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2007
BSW North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University 1989


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Selected Publications

1. Douglas, B. , & Solomon, C. , & Wilson , S. (2018). Perception of Excessive Use of Force on Disenfranchised Communities. Education Research and Health Development, 1, 1-5.
2. Riley, T. J., & Wilson, S. L., & Solomon, C. E. (2018). Educational Success of African American with Autism: An Exploratory Study. . Journal of Neuroinflammation and Neurodegenerative Diseases, 1, 1-8.
3. Jokogbola, O. R., & Wilson, S. L., & Solomon, C. E. (2018). Family as Caregiver: Understanding Dementia and Family Relationship.. Advances in Clinical and Translational Research, 2, 1-5.
4. Gaunt, C. , & Jones, K. , & Wilson, S. L., & Solomon, C. E. (2018). Correlation Between Perception and the Underutilized of Mental Health Services in the Treatment of Depression Amongst African Americans. EC Psychology and Psychiatry Open Access, 5, 263.
5. Allison, C. , & Wilson, S. L., & Solomon, C. E. (2018). Social Worker Perceptions of Marijuana Use versus Opiate Use among Pregnant Woman. Dual Diagnosis: Open Access, 2, 1-5.
6. Wilson, S. L., & Sellers, S. , & Solomon, C. E., & Holsey-Hyman, M. E. (2017). Exploring the link between Black Racial Identity and Mental Health. Journal of Depression and Anxiety, 6.
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