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1 Columbia University School of Social Work Ph.D. Candidates

2 C O L U M B I A U N I V E R S I T Y I N T H E C I T Y O F N E W Y O R K S C H O O L O F S O C I A L W O R K December 2012 Dear Colleagues: I am delighted to introduce to you the upcoming Ph.D. graduates of the Columbia University School of Social Work. Our program prepares leaders in social work research and education. The students graduating this year specialize in a broad range of important topics, including child obesity, foster care, adult and adolescent mental health, gender-based violence, and resilience among at-risk women in developing countries. What they have in common is rigorous training in academic scholarship and teaching. You will find contact information for each graduate on their CV. If you would like to discuss our program or the preparation of particular students with me directly, please do not hesitate to contact me by phone at or by at Sincerely, Julien Teitler, PhD Chair, Doctoral Program Doctoral Program Office M ail Code A msterdam A venue Room 919 N ew York, N Y 10027

3 Table of Contents Astraea Augsberger... 1 Tara Calderbank-Batista... 8 Catherine E. Carlson Kim Glickman Amy Kapadia Daniel B. Kaplan Colleen McGinn William Benjamin Nowell Ofira Schwartz-Soicher... 27

4 Astraea Augsberger 500 Riverside Drive New York, NY Research Program My research program focuses on health and mental health outcomes for adolescents involved in the child welfare system, including studies examining youth participation in child welfare decision-making practices and child welfare workforce retention and turnover. Education PhD Candidate Columbia University School of Social Work Anticipated graduation: May 2013 Concentration in Advanced Social Work Practice Dissertation Topic: Youth participation in child welfare decision-making: A focused ethnography Dissertation Chair: Dr. Brenda G. McGowan Dissertation Sponsor: Dr. Vicki Lens MSSW Columbia University School of Social Work May 1999 Concentration: Advanced Generalist Practice and Programming Field of Practice: Children, Youth and Family Services Minor: Law BS University of Connecticut August 1997 Major: Human Development and Family Relations Honors Thesis: Sexual Assault on the University of Connecticut Campus Honors Scholar, Magna Cum Laude Experience Research 2010 present Principal Investigator. Youth Participation in Child Welfare Decision Making: A Focused Ethnography, Columbia University School of Social Work, New York. Sponsor: Fahs Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation at The New York Community Trust Total cost: $5, Sponsor: The New York Foundling Vincent Fontana Center Total cost: $3, An ethnographic study examining the participation of young people, ages 18-21, in child welfare decision-making in the context of Permanency Planning Family Team Conferences in New York City. Through observation and interviews with youth and agency staff, the goal is to gain a deeper understanding of the factors that influence youth attendance and participation in team decision making conferences, and the strategies utilized by agency staff to enhance youth participation. 1

5 2008-present Co-Investigator. Adolescent Representation Project, Columbia University School of Social Work and Columbia Law School, New York. PI s: Jane Spinak, J.D. and Vicki Lens, J.D., Ph.D. Sponsor: Ira DeCamp Foundation The goal of the Adolescent Representation Project is to examine models of legal representation for adolescents, aged 11-21, involved in Family Court proceedings, including child welfare and juvenile delinquency. Conduct literature reviews Prepare IRB protocols and submissions Assist with the design and development of quantitative and qualitative instruments, and train junior research assistants. Recruit study participants, administer survey protocols, and supervise data management Conduct qualitative and quantitative data analysis Prepare reports and manuscripts for publication Graduate Research Assistant. Administrative Justice in Public Welfare Bureaucracies: Correcting Government s Mistakes, Columbia University School of Social Work, New York. PI: Vicki Lens, J.D., Ph.D. Sponsor: National Science Foundation An ethnographic study examining welfare recipients experiences and perceptions of fair hearings, which are adversarial-style administrative hearings requested by clients to challenge a denial, discontinuance, or reduction in public assistance. Conducted semi-structured interviews with welfare recipients focused on their experiences with fair hearing process Transcribed audio recordings of hearings and interviews Coded qualitaive data using discourse analysis Contributed to reports and a manuscript submitted for publication Research Consultant. Hunter College Liberty Partnership Program, New York. An evaluation study examining of the services provided through the Hunter College Liberty Partnership Program. Developed focus group instrument Conducted focus groups with high school students, ages Conducted interviews with program staff Prepared written report and presented findings to administration and staff Research Assistant. Worker Retention in Voluntary Child Welfare Preventive Services Agencies. Columbia University School of Social Work, New York. PI s: Brenda G. McGowan, Ph.D. and Charles Auerbach, Ph.D. Sponsor: Metis Associates/ The New York City Administration for Children s Services A mixed methods study examining the factors contributing to job satisfaction and retention among voluntary preventive service staff members and the factors leading to dissatisfaction and turnover in this population. Prepared the IRB protocols and submission Recruited study participants, administered surveys, conducted focus groups Analyzed qualitative and qualitative data analysis Co-authored manuscripts accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journals 2

6 2008 Research Assistant. The Children s Aid Society, New York. PI: Michael J. MacKenzie An evaluation study examining the implementation and performance of the African American Male Initiative, a pilot program designed to improve the life outcomes of African American male children through providing them with a Life Coach. Administered surveys and semi-structured interviews to children, ages 6-10 Teaching & University Service 2011-present Field Instructor and Field Advisor. Columbia University School of Social Work, New York. Provide fieldwork instruction and advising to ten 1 st and 2 nd year graduate students in the Family, Youth and Children s Services and International Social Welfare tracks. Oversee student unit at Forestdale Inc., a child welfare agency located in Queens, New York. Conduct weekly individual supervision and monthly group supervision to assist students in developing social work skills and knowledge. Participate in monthly case presentation meetings using the Solutions Based Casework (SBC) model. Review process recordings, reflective journals and administrative logs and provide students written and oral feedback. Advise students regarding academic and professional development Preceptor. Family, Youth and Children s Services: Issues, Policies, Research and Programs. Columbia University School of Social Work. This course examines the complex policies and programs through which services are delivered to children, youth, and families. It is designed to provide a foundation for practice in the field of family, youth, and children's services. Designed and implemented all aspects of the course including the syllabi, readings, lectures, group activities, on-line discussions, assignments and final grades Field Instructor and Field Advisor. Columbia University School of Social Work, New York. Provided fieldwork instruction and advising to ten 2nd year graduate students in the International Social Welfare track. Conducted weekly individual supervision and monthly group supervision to assist students in developing social work skills and knowledge. Reviewed process recordings, reflective journals and administrative logs and provided students written and oral feedback. Visited agencies and met with task supervisors Advised students regarding academic and professional development. Spring 2007 Teaching Assistant. Program Evaluation in Social Services. Columbia University School of Social Work, New York. This course provides a comprehensive overview of how to design an evaluation of a social service program and analyze data using descriptive and inferential statistics. Assisted professor with course syllabi, readings, presentations and assignments. Designed and delivered SPSS lab lectures. 3

7 Fall 2007 Practice 2001-present Teaching Assistant. Social Work Research. Columbia University School of Social Work, New York. This course assists students in understanding and appreciating a scientific, analytic approach to building knowledge for practice and for evaluating service delivery in all areas of practice. Assisted professor with course syllabi, readings, presentations and grading assignments. Assisted students with group assignments and presentations. Designed and delivered a review lecture prior to the mid-semester exam. Resident Social Worker. International House, New York, NY. International House is a residential community of 700 graduate students, scholars and interns selected from over 100 countries. It offers a unique experience in cross-cultural exchange. Provide mental health services including multi-cultural counseling, 24/7- crisis intervention, conflict resolution, psycho-education and mental health consultation. Conduct workshops and trainings on issues such as leadership development, culture shock, mental health and suicide prevention, sexual harassment and assault, substance abuse, stress management, intercultural communication and conflict resolution Acting Social Work Supervisor & Assistant Social Work Supervisor. Legal Aid Society, Juvenile Rights Practice, New York, NY The Juvenile Rights Practice represents the majority of children and youth who appear before New York City Family Court on juvenile child welfare, delinquency and PINS proceedings. Hired, supervised and trained social work staff Conducted home, hospital, school and agency visits Conducted psycho-social assessments of children, youth and families Evaluated agency and legal records and developed dispositional plans Provided attorneys and the court with oral and written case updates, recommendations and expert testimony Forensic Social Worker. Legal Aid Society, Juvenile Rights Practice, New York, NY. Conducted home, hospital, school and agency visits Conducted psycho-social assessments of children, youth and families Evaluated agency and legal records and developed dispositional plans Provided attorneys and the court with written and verbal case updates, recommendations and expert testimony Part-time Social Worker. Big Brothers, Big Sisters of New York. New York, NY. Big Brothers, Big Sisters organization matches children and youth with volunteer mentors who are trained and supervised by agency staff members. The mentors meet with the children on a weekly basis, develop personal relationships, and serve as positive adult role models. Supervised the children and mentor matches Provided supportive counseling and mental health referrals Mediator. Queens Mediation Network. Queens, New York. Co-mediated cases involving family and community disputes Drafted mediation agreements for participants to sign 4

8 Service 2010-present Volunteer Co-Chair Training, Fostering Change for Children, Children s Corp, New York, NY Co-chair training committee responsible for designing and implementing the five-week intensive evidence based training curriculum provided to caseworkers serving children and families involved in the child welfare system. Provide training on various topics including the historical development of child welfare services, current applications of major federal legislation impacting children and families, cultural competence and self-awareness. Honors & Awards Publications Doctoral Travel Grant. Columbia University. Awarded in 2009, 2010, 2011 & Doctoral Dissertation Grant. New York Foundling Vincent Fontana Center. Awarded Doctoral Dissertation Grant. Fahs Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation at The New York Community Trust. Awarded International Leaders Program Scholarship Recipient. International House, New York. Awarded Peer Counselor Fellowship. International House, New York. Awarded Resident Fellowship. International House, New York. Awarded Resident Scholarship Grant. International House, New York. Awarded Honors Scholar. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. Awarded Golden Key National Honors Society. Awarded Book Chapter Augsberger, A. & McGowan, B.G. (In Press). Children in Foster Care. In Gitterman, A. (Ed.), Handbook of Social Work Practice With Vulnerable and Resilient Populations, Third Edition Columbia University Press. Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles Lens, V., Augsberger, A., Hughes, A., & Wu, T. (Under Review). Choreographing Justice: Administrative Law Judges and the Management of Welfare Disputes. Augsberger, A., Schudrich, W., Auerbach, C & McGowan, B.G. (2012). Respect in the workplace: A mixed methods study of retention and turnover in the voluntary child welfare sector. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, MacKenzie, M.J., Kotch, J.B., Lee, L.C., Augsberger, A. & Hutto, N (2011). The cumulative ecological transactional risk model of child maltreatment and behavioral outcomes: Reconceptualizing early maltreatment as a risk factor. Children and Youth Services Review, 33, Auerbach, C., McGowan, B.G., Augsberger, A., Strolin-Goltzman, J. & Schudrich, W. (2010). Differential factors influencing public and voluntary child welfare workers intention to leave. Children and Youth Services Review, 32, McGowan, B.G., Auerbach, C., Conroy, K., Augsberger, A. & Schudrich, W. (2010). Workforce retention issues in voluntary child welfare. Child Welfare, 89(6), Manuscripts in Progress Augsberger, A., Lens, V., Hughes, A., Spinak, J. & Hughes, T. Youth participation in child welfare proceedings: A legal perspective. Augsberger, A., Mackenzie, M., & Elkins, J. The context of problem behavior and association with placement stability for children in foster care. 5

9 Presentations Augsberger, A. & Schudrich, W. (2012). A mixed methods study of perceived respect in the child welfare workforce. Paper session presented at the Council on Social Work Education 58 th Annual Planning Meeting. Washington, D.C. Lens, V., Augsberger, A., Hughes, A. & Wu, T. (2011). Exploring the language of power(lessness) in disputes. A conversation analysis of administrative hearings. Paper session presented at the Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association. San Francisco, CA. Schudrich, W., Augsberger, A., Strolin-Goltzman, J., McGowan, B.G. & Auerbach, C. (2011). Differential factors influencing public and private child welfare workers intention to leave. Poster session presented at the Society for Social Work and Research, 15 th Annual Conference. Tampa, FL. Augsberger, A., Auerbach, C., McGowan, B. & Schudrich, W. (2010). The Impact of Contingent Rewards on Child Welfare: A Mixed Method Study of Preventive Service Workers in Voluntary Agencies. Poster session presented at the Society for Social Work and Research, 14 th Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. Augsberger, A., Amouzou, M., Burak, P. & Badger, E. (2009) Sexual and Discriminatory Harassment in an Intercultural Context. Paper session presented at the Bi-Regional Conference of NAFSA: Association Of International Educators. Springfield, MA. Choi, K.M., Burak, P. & Augsberger, A. (2009). Working with Challenging International Students. Paper session presented at the Bi-Regional Conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Springfield, MA. Augsberger, A., McGowan, B., Auerbach, C., Conroy, K. & Schudrich, W. (2009). Factors Contributing to Retention and Turnover in the Voluntary Child Welfare Sector: A Mixed Method Approach. Paper session presented at The 2 nd National Research Conference on Child and Family Programs and Policy, Bridgewater, MA. Augsberger A., Burak, P., & Maramaldi, P. (2009). Mental Health or Cultural Differences: Working with International Residents. Paper session presented at the National ACUHO-I: Association of College and University Housing Officers International Conference. Baltimore, MD. MacKenzie, M.J., Augsberger, A. & Hutto, N. (2009). Infant Maltreatment and the Targeting of Early Intervention. Symposium presented at the Society for Social Work and Research, 13 th Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA. Grilli, S., Augsberger, A. & MacKenzie, M. (2009). The Importance of Behavioral Context on Placement Stability for Children in Foster Care. Paper session presented at the Society for Social Work and Research, 13 th Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA. McGowan, B.G., Auerbach, C., Conroy, K., Augsberger, A., Grilli, S., & Schudrich, W. (2009). Factors that Enhance Retention of Child Welfare Workers in Voluntary Preventive Service Programs. Poster session presented at the Society for Social Work and Research, 13 th Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA. Augsberger, A., Burak, P. & Abramowicz-Bello, S. (2008). Distinguishing Cultural Differences from Mental Health Issues. Paper session presented at the Region X Conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Brooklyn, NY. 6

10 Scalia, A. & Augsberger, A. (2008). Representing Sexually Abused Children in Family Court: A Law Guardian s Perspective. Paper session presented at Court Appointed Special Advocates and Columbia University School of Social Work: Sex Abuse Seminar. New York, NY. Augsberger, A. Maramaldi, P. & Burak, P. (2004). Warning Signs: When and How to Seek Mental Health Consultation for International Students. Paper session presented at the 56 th Annual National Conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Baltimore, MD. Echenberg, L. & Augsberger, A. (2003). Issues Affecting Adolescents in the Child Welfare System and in Family Court. Paper session presented at the Practicing Law Institute, Sixth Annual Children s Law Institute. New York, NY. Maramaldi, P., Burak, P. & Augsberger, A. (2003). Suicide Intervention: Providing the link for students to mental health professionals. Workshop session presented at the 55 th Annual National Conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Salt Lake City, UT. Augsberger, A. & Bao, L. (2002). Cross Cultural Conflict Resolution. Paper session presented at the Region X Conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Morristown, NJ. Maramaldi, P., & Augsberger, A. (2002). How to Train Residential Staff Working with International Populations. Paper session presented at the 54 th Annual National Conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. San Antonio, TX. Licensure / Professional Affiliations Licensed Clinical Social Worker, State of New York Member, Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) Member, Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Member, NAFSA Association of International Educators 7

11 Tara Calderbank-Batista 140 ½ S Brooks Ave. Deland, FL Research Program My research program focuses on empowering youth who are aging out of the foster care system. Education PhD Candidate Columbia University School of Social Work Anticipated graduation: May 2014 Concentration in Social Work Administration Dissertation Topic: Empowering youth in the U.S. foster care system MSc University of Oxford September 2009 Concentration in Evidence Based Social Intervention BBA Stetson University December 2005 Major: International Business BA Stetson University December 2005 Major: Spanish Experience Research Research Assistant. The Center for Social Policy and Practice in the Workplace, School of Social Work, Columbia University Research Assistant. Youth Financial Empowerment program, Columbia University School of Social Work Research Assistant. The DHA Oxford Learning and Behavior Study, Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Oxford. Teaching & University Service 2012 Adjunct. Professional Communication. Stetson University School of Business Administration Teaching Assistant. Program Evaluation. Columbia University School of Social Work Student Representative, Committee on the Doctoral Program. Columbia University School of Social Work PhD Representative. School Coordinating Committee, Columbia University School of Social Work Present Reader, Columbia University School of Social Work Admissions Practice Mentor Coordinator for children with incarcerated parents U.S. Dream Academy Orlando, FL Fund Development Manager Girl Scouts of Citrus Council, Orlando, FL Community Resource Coordinator Girl Scouts of Citrus Council, Orlando, FL 8

12 Service 2009-Present President, Run 4 a Cause Foundation, Deland, FL 2011 Youth Sports Management Exchange Ambassador, Partners of the Americas, Bogota & Barranquilla, Colombia 2009 Co-Director, Forum for Youth Investment, Oxford, UK Volunteer, Guatemala Youth Empowerment Project, Cerro Alto, Guatemala Co-coordinator and Co-founder, Campaign for Adolescent and University Student Empowerment, Stetson University, Deland, FL 2004 Centro de Estudios Municipales de la Cooperación Internacional, Granada, Spain 2003 Alianza Internacional de Reforestación: Chimaltenango, Guatemala Editor and Author, Southeastern Network for Youth and Family Services, Bonita Springs, FL Founder & Chair, 61C Teen Center, Pinellas Park, Florida Honors & Awards Publications Travel Scholarship, Columbia University School of Social Work. Awarded Noteworthy Hatter of the Month, April 2012: Batista-Calderbank, Tara (2011). Measuring Implementation Fidelity in Independent Living Programs: A systematic review. Batista, Tara (2010). A Case for Evidence-Based Practice. Columbia Social Work Review, 1, Calderbank, Tara. ( ). Peer Pages Quarterly Newsletter Series. The Southeastern Network for Youth Family Services. Calderbank, Tara & Stone, Jason. (2003, November 5). Calderbank Writes on Guatemalan murders. The Reporter, p.b1. and Stetson Presentations Lee, R.H., Akilova, M., & Batista, T. (2011, January). Occupational Changes, Investments, and Ethnicity Among Legal U.S. Immigrants [Poster presentation]. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) annual conference, Tampa, FL. Ssewamala, F., Karimli, L., & Batista, T. (2011, January). Variations in Savings Performance in Child Development Accounts: the case of Rakai District of Uganda. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) 15th Annual Conference,Tampa, FL. Licensure / Professional Affiliations Certified Proposal Writer, Rollins College Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Center Member, Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Member, Florida Coalition for Children Member, Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Orlando Reviewer, International Journal of Social Welfare, 2012-present 9

13 Catherine E. Carlson 25 Bank Street, Apt. 221K White Plains, NY, Research Program My research program focuses on community and structural factors and prevention interventions for gendered-based violence in international development and humanitarian settings. Education Ph.D. Columbia University School of Social Work Anticipated: May 2012 (expected) Concentration in Advanced Practice Dissertation Topic: Three essays analyzing the impact of community and neighborhood factors on intimate partner violence against women in Uganda M.S.W. University of Georgia May 2007 Concentration in Community Empowerment and Program Development B.A. Emory University May 2004 Majors: Sociology, Music Experience Research 2012-present Research Consultant. Trocaire Irish Aid, Kampala, Uganda present Research Consultant. Raising Voices, Kampala, Uganda Evaluation Consultant. International Rescue Committee (IRC), New York, NY Research Assistant. Social Intervention Group, School of Social Work, Columbia University, New York, NY Evaluation Consultant. International Rescue Committee (IRC), Atlanta, GA Research Assistant. School of Social Work, University of Georgia, Athens, GA Evaluation Consultant. Gwinnett United in Drug Education, Inc., Gwinnett, GA. Practice 2012 Consultant. International Rescue Committee (IRC), New York, NY Consultant. United Nations Children s Fund (UNICEF), Technical Meeting on Children Born of Sexual Violence, New York, NY Consultant. United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA), Boston, MA Gender-Based Violence Lead Coordinator. American Refugee Committee (ARC), International, Umphang, Thailand ESL Program Site Supervisor. Catholic Social Services, Athens, GA Interim Director of Development. Georgia Law Center for the Homeless, Atlanta, GA. 10

14 Teaching 2012-present Grader. Human Behavior in the Social Environment. Columbia University 2011 Teaching Assistant. Research Methods for Social Workers, Columbia University Writing Consultant. School of Social Work, Columbia University Teaching Assistant. Program Planning and Development, School of Social Work, Columbia University Trainer. Organizational Development and Fundraising Training. Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Committee, Umpiem and Nupo, Thailand Trainer. Center for Disease Control and Prevention Assessment Toolkit for Conflict Affected Women Interviewer Training. American Refugee Committee, Umpiem, Thailand Instructor. English Language Listening and Speaking Course. Can Tho University, Can Tho, Vietnam. Service Service to the University Student Representative. Committee on the Doctoral Program, Columbia University School of Social Work Student Representative. Student-Faculty Committee, University of Georgia School of Social Work Student Coordinator. Hurricane Katrina Project, University of Georgia School of Social Work. Service to the Community Board Member. Eleison Foundation, New York, NY Pro-bono Consultant. Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Doraville, GA Volunteer. Women s Resource Center to End Domestic Violence, Decatur, GA. Honors & Awards 2007 Graduate Research Grant Award, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, University of Georgia Princeton-in-Asia Fellowship, Princeton University Alpha Kappa Delta: International Sociology Honor Society, Emory University. Publications Witte, S.S., Altantsetseg, B., Aira, T., Riedel, M., Parcesepe, A., Chang, M., Carlson, C., & DiBennardo, R. (under review). Intimate partner violence, childhood sexual abuse, and HIV/STI risk behavior among women engaged in sex work in Mongolia. O Hara, K., Tsai, L., Carlson, C., & Marti, Y. (in press). Intimate partner violence and contraception use among ever married women in Jordan. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal. Carlson, C., Witte, S., Chen, J., Aira, T., & Riedel, M. (2012). Reducing recent intimate and paying partner violence among female sex workers in Mongolia: A randomized clinical trial. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27, Witte, S.S., Altantsetseg, B., Aira, T., Riedel, M., Chen, J., Potocnik, K., El-Bassel, N., Wu, E., Gilbert, L., Carlson, C. & Yao, H. (2011). Reducing sexual HIV/STI risk and harmful alcohol use among female sex workers in Mongolia: A randomized clinical trial. AIDS and Behavior, 15, Invited Book Chapters Carlson, C., Tsai, L., Aira, T., Riedel, M., Witte, S. (in preparation). Risk and resilience among women who exchange sex in Mongolia. In M. McLelland & V. Mackie (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Sexuality Studies in East Asia. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. 11

15 Presentations Carlson, C. (2012, October). Impact of displacement on experiences of intimate partner violence among women living in northern Uganda. Poster presentation, American Public Health Association 140 th Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Francisco, California. Carlson, C., Chen, J. Witte, S., & Aira, T. (2011). Reducing violence against sex workers in Mongolia: Results from a clinical trial. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. Marti, Y., Carlson, C., Tsai, L., & O Hara, K. (2011). Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence and Contraception Use Amongst Ever-Married Women in Jordan. Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference, Tampa, Florida. Hopps, J.G., Carlson, C., & Brown, J. (2006). The Legacy of Mental Health Barriers for African American Families and Children. Annual Meetings of The Mid-South Sociological Association, Lafayette, Louisiana. Professional Affiliations Member, American Public Health Association (APHA) Member, Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) Member, National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Member, Society for Social Work Research (SSWR) Reviewer, International Journal of STD and AIDS, 2012 Reviewer, Violence Against Women, References Denise Burnette, Professor of Social Work Columbia University School of Social Work 1255 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY (212) Ellen Lukens, Associate Professor of Clinical Social Work Columbia University School of Social Work 1255 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY (212) Steven Schinke, D'Elbert and Selma Keenan Professor of Social Work Columbia University School of Social Work 1255 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY (212) Susan Witte, Associate Professor of Social Work Columbia University School of Social Work 1255 Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY (212)

16 Kim Glickman 630 W. 246 St. Apt. 430 Bronx, NY Mobile: Research Program My research program focuses on psychotherapy outcomes, including the study of mediators and moderators of treatment. Education PhD Candidate Columbia University School of Social Work Anticipated graduation: May 2013 Concentration in Advanced Practice Dissertation Topic: Complicated Grief Treatment: What Makes It Work? Certificate in Adult Psychotherapy New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Feb and Psychoanalysis (NYSPP) MPP Harvard University Kennedy School of Government May 1998 Concentration in Social and Health Policy MSW New York University May 1994 Concentration in Clinical Practice BA Vassar College May 1990 Major: Political Science Minor: Women s Studies Experience Research 2010 present Research Assistant. Complicated Grief Treatment Study, School of Work, Columbia University. July 1997 Policy Analyst Intern. Massachusetts Department of Social Services Quality Assurance Unit. June Aug 1989 Independent Researcher (qualitative) on the role of Palestinian women in the Intifada. West Bank, Israel. Teaching & Advising present Teaching Assistant. Human Behavior in the Social Environment. Columbia University School of Social Work Social Work Field Instructor. Jewish Board of Family & Children s Services. 13

17 Practice present Private Practice, New York, NY Social Worker. Bronx Domestic Violence Program Jewish Board of Family & Children s Services, New York, NY Grant Writer. Shingebiss Associates, New Paltz, NY Project Coordinator for the Universal Response to Domestic Violence. YWCA of Dutchess County, Poughkeepsie, NY 1999 Trauma Specialist, Child and Family Unit Ulster County Department of Social Services, Kingston, NY Clinical Social Worker Astor Child Guidance Clinic, Poughkeepsie, NY Honors & Awards Phi Beta Kappa, Cum Laude and departmental honors in Political Science, Vassar College, Ida Frank Guttman Prize for best thesis in Political Science, Vassar College, Publications Glickman, K. L. (2011). The heart & soul of change: Delivering what works in therapy. Psychotherapy Research, 21(6), Glickman, K. (2003). Grant to Encourage Arrest, U.S. Dept. of Justice (Vol. $194,000): Steering Committee of the Dutchess County Universal Response to Domestic Violence. Glickman, K., Tunkelrott, T. (1998). Improving mental health and substance abuse services for Medicaid children and adolescents: A review of the Massachusetts behavioral health carve-out. Unpublished Policy Analysis Exercise. Kenny School of Government, Harvard University. Glickman, K. (1997). Community Connections: An oral history. Boston: Massachusetts Department of Social Services. Presentations Glickman, K. (1990). Palestinian women in the Intifada: Women in national struggle. Paper presented at the New York State American Political Science Association. Licensure / Professional Affiliations Certified Social Worker, State of New York Licensure for the practice of Clinical Social Work (LCSW), State of New York Certified Social Work Field Instructor, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University Member, National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Member, New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (NYSPP) 14

18 Amy Kapadia 420 East 82nd Street * Apt. #1D New York, NY 1002 Tel: Mobile: Preferred Research Program My research program is two-fold: (1) a focus on the mental health effects of discrimination, including examination of risk/protective factors among immigrant and US-born minorities, (2) psycho-social intervention development/ evaluation for adults with severe mental illness with a focus on recovery, treatment barriers, and psychopharmacology. Education PhD Candidate Columbia University School of Social Work Anticipated graduation: May 2013 Concentration in Advanced Clinical Practice Dissertation Topic: Race-ethnic discrimination, Major Depression, and Alcohol Use Disorder among US-born and immigrant minorities: Using a nationally representative sample to test the moderating relationships of cultural and social factors MSSW Columbia University School of Social Work May 2006 Concentration in Advanced Generalist Programming and Practice BA Drew University May 1999 Major: Psychology Experience Research 2013-Current Research Scientist. New York State Psychiatric Institute, Division of Mental Health Service and Policy Research. New York, NY Research Assistant. Columbia University School of Social Work and HOPE-NY. New York, NY Research Assistant. Doctoral Program Research Practicum. Columbia University School of Social Work, New York, NY Research Assistant. Yale Center for Substance Abuse Research. New Haven, CT. Teaching & University Service 2008-Present Preceptor. Human Behavior and the Social Environment. Columbia University School of Social Work. New York, NY Present Adjunct Professor. Research II [Practice and Program Evaluation]. Silver School of Social Work. New York University. New York, NY Consultant. Writing Center. Columbia University School of Social Work. New York, NY Teaching Assistant: Clinical Case Evaluation; Introduction to Research Methods; Human Behavior and the Social Environment 15

19 Practice MSW Intern. Pathways to Housing, Brooklyn Assertive Community Treatment Team New York, NY MSW Intern. NYC Board of Education, Public School IS-195. New York, NY Residence Coordinator. Care Plus NJ, Inc. Paramus, NJ Mental Health Worker. Care Plus NJ, Inc. Paramus, NJ. Publications Burns, J.K., Tomita, M.A., & Kapadia, A.S. (in review/resubmit phase, Jan 2013). Income inequality and schizophrenia: Increased incidence in countries with high levels of income inequality. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. Presentations Kapadia, A. (2013, January). Race-ethnic discrimination, Major Depression, and Alcohol Use Disorder among USborn and immigrant minorities: Using a nationally representative sample to test the moderating relationships of cultural and social factors. Paper accepted and will be presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Conference, San Diego, CA. Lukens, E., O Neill, P.,Thorning, H., Gheith, A., & Kapadia, A. (2009, January). Enhancing communication and effective response in the event of a pandemic: Evaluating a social work prevention program for government, community and spiritual first responders during crisis and disaster. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Conference, New Orleans, LA. Licensure / Professional Affiliations Licensed Master Social Worker, New York. New York State Child Abuse and Neglect Certification, 2004 Member, Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) 16

20 Daniel B. Kaplan 22 Forest Avenue Cortlandt Manor, NY Mobile: Research Program My research focuses on optimizing clinical interventions, care services and supportive environments for individuals with mental and neurological disorders Education PhD Candidate Columbia University School of Social Work Anticipated graduation: May 2013 Concentration in Advanced Clinical Practice Dissertation Topic: Home health care for persons with cognitive impairment: The influence of home health care agency characteristics on the relationship between consumer cognitive status and service volume and cost MSW Simmons College May 2000 Concentration in Clinical Practice BS Binghamton University May 1998 Major: Human Development Experience Research 2007 Present Program Evaluator. Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholars Program, New York 2010 Program Evaluator (Consultancy). SBW Partners, Inc., New York Director. Geriatric Mental Health Alliance, Training & Technical Assistance Center Planning Project, New York Teaching 2010 Present Adjunct Instuctor. Social Work Practice with Individuals with Dementia and their Families. Columbia University School of Social Work Adjunct Instructor. Dementia. Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging and Longevity of Hunter College Adjunct Instructor. Complex Care for Geriatric Mental Illness. Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging and Longevity of Hunter College Teaching Assistant. Program Evaluation. Columbia University School of Social Work Teaching Assistant. Research Methods. Columbia University School of Social Work Guest Lecturer. Advanced Clinical Practice in Gerontology. Columbia University School of Social Work Guest Lecturer. Public Health and Aging. Columbia University School of Public Health Guest Lecturer. Caregiving in Chronic Illness. Columbia University School of Public Health. 17

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