REITZ, Miriam. American (born Canada), b. 1935. Genres: Social work. Career: Elementary school teacher in Houston, TX, 1955-56; Lutheran Home and Service for the Aged, Arlington Heights, IL, social worker, 1958- 60; Cook County Department of Public Aid, Chicago, IL, student field work, 1960-61; Michael Reese Hospital (now Humana), student field work, 1961- 62; Lutheran Child and Family Services, River Forest, IL, staff social worker, 1962-66; Community Family Service and Mental Health Center, LaGrange, IL, social worker, 1966-68, chief social worker, 1968-72; Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Medical School, Family Institute of Chicago/Center for Family Studies, Chicago, associate director of professional education, 1972-73, director of professional education, 1973-76, part-time staff member, 1976-82, coordinator of consultation and community services, 1982-89; private clinical practice of social work specializing in family and personal relationships, 1989-; Northwestern University, member of faculty of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, 1975-91; Institute for Clinical Social Work, faculty member, 1990-. Publications: (with K.W. Watson) Adoption and the Family System: Strategies for Treatment, 1992. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 401 East Illinois St., Suite 320, Chicago, IL 60611, U.S.A.