SAARI, Carolyn. American, b. 1939. Genres: Social work. Career: American National Red Cross, Alexandria, VA, social worker, 1961-65; Bryn Mawr College, PA, field instructor, 1967-68; Family Service of Philadelphia, PA, caseworker and acting district director, 1965-69; Smith College, Northampton, MA, field instructor, 1968-71, 1973-77, research adviser, 1973-82, coordinator of field adviser of master's and doctoral programs, 1977-79, professor, 1977-91; Yale Psychiatric Institute, New Haven, CT, instructor and assistant chief social worker, 1969-71, School of Medicine, instructor and codirector of social work, 1974-77; Child Study Center, Albany, NY, social worker, 1973-74; State University of New York at Albany, instructor, 1973-74; Loyola University of Chicago, IL, professor, 1980-; Institute for Clinical Social Work, Chicago, professor of social work, 1984- 92; social worker in private practice, Chicago, 1985-. Conductor of presentations and workshops, 1976-; Smith College, School for Social Work, associate dean, 1977-78, clinical coordinator, 1977-79; Far Northwest Counseling Center, case consultant, 1985-90; Children's Memorial Hospital, Dept of Social Work, case consultant, 1987-91; case consultant for private group, 1990-92; Clinical Social Work Journal, editor, 1995-. Publications: Clinical Social Work Treatment: How Does It Work?, 1986; The Creation of Meaning in Clinical Social Work, 1991; The Environment: Its Role in Psychosocial Functioning and Psychotherapy, 2002. Address: School of Social Work, Loyola University of Chicago, 820 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611, U.S.A.