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1 Office New York University Silver School of Social Work 1 Washington Square North, Room 205 New York, New York (212) Mary McKernan McKay, Ph.D. Academic Appointments 9/11 present McSilver Professor of Poverty Studies Silver School of Social Work 9/11 present Director McSilver Institute of Poverty Policy & Research 9/11 present Professorial Lecturer Mount Sinai School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry 4/13 present Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry New York University School of Medicine New York University Child Study Center 4/13 present Faculty Affiliate Marron Institute on Cities and the Urban Environment New York University 7/03 9/11 Professor Psychiatry and Preventative Medicine Mount Sinai School of Medicine 4/07 9/11 Head, Division of Mental Health Services Research Psychiatry Mount Sinai School of Medicine 7/03 9/11 Assistant Director of Social Work Psychiatry Mount Sinai Medical Center 9/03 5/11 Social Work Field Instructor Hunter College Fordham University 7/98 7/03 Associate Professor Columbia University School of Social Work 3/99 7/03 Senior Investigator Social Intervention Group (SIG) Columbia University School of Social Work

2 Academic Appointments (continued) 2 9/99 present Social Work Field Instructor Columbia University 1/97-7/98 Assistant Professor of Social Work Psychiatry University of Illinois at Chicago 3/94-7/98 Director of Social Work Training University of Illinois at Chicago Institute for Juvenile Research 9/95-7/98 Core Faculty Prevention Research Training Program University of Illinois at Chicago (P.I.- Weissberg) 8/89-7/98 Social Work Field Instructor University of Illinois at Chicago Loyola University of Chicago University of Chicago 1/98-5/98 Visiting Lecturer University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration 6/93-1/97 Clinical Associate University of Illinois at Chicago 9/93-5/94 Clinical Extern Institute for Juvenile Research Family Systems Program 1/94-5/94 Visiting Instructor Jane Addams College of Social Work University of Illinois at Chicago Professional Experience 9/91-6/93 Family Intervention Coordinator Metropolitan Area Child Study (NIMH funded multi-site study) (P.I. - Guerra) 8/89-8/91 Children's Services Coordinator Sarah's Inn Domestic Violence Agency 5/87-5/89 Intake Social Worker Jewish Children's Bureau 5/85-5/87 Child Care Worker Catholic Charities

3 Education 3 7/11 9/11 Institute for Integrative Nutrition Holistic Health Counseling Immersion Program 5/10-6/11 Institute for Integrative Nutrition Holistic Health Counseling Professional Certificate 9/91-12/94 University of Illinois at Chicago Jane Addams College of Social Work Ph.D. in Social Work 9/95 5/96 University of Illinois at Chicago Institute for Juvenile Research Family Systems Program Certificate in Advanced Family Therapy 9/85-5/87 Loyola University of Chicago Master's Degree in Social Work 9/82-5/85 Loyola University of Chicago Bachelor's Degree in Social Work Awards 1996 Heart of Social Work Award, Council for Social Work Education 2003 American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy Outstanding Research Publication Award 2010 Outstanding Achievement Award; National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI- NYC Metro) 2012 American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare Selected Student Training Record Name Level Role in Training Dates Trainee s position Cynthia Lynn, Ph.D. pre doc sponsor 9/98 5/02 postdoctoral fellow NYSPI Rogerio Pinto, Ph.D. pre doc sponsor 9/99 5/03 faculty CUSSW Dara Kerkorian, MSW pre doc sponsor 9/00 3/05 postdoctoral fellow - Mount Sinai William Bannon, MSW pre doc sponsor 5/02 1/08 Asst. Professor Mount Sinai Kelly Chase, MSW pre doc sponsor 9/00 9/04 Research Associate Brown University Hyo Jin Shinn, MSW pre doc sponsor 9/00 2/04 Assistant Professor University of Korea Dorian Traube, MSW pre doc sponsor 9/03 6/06 Asst. Professor - USC Erika Levy, B.A. medical research 7/04 1/08 Albert Einstein student mentor Residency Natalie Edmondson, BA medical research 7/04 1/08 Mount Sinai student mentor Residency Geetha Gopalan, Ph.D. post doc mentor 9/08 4/11 postdoctoral fellow NYU Samantha Lewis, M.A. pre doc sponsor 6/05 12/06 Columbia University Mary Cavaleri, Ph.D. post doc mentor 7/05 7/08 Asst. Professor- NYU

4 Selected Student Training Record (continued) 4 Wadiya Udel, Ph.D. post doc mentor 7/05 7/07 Asst. Professor - UWASH Zachery McClain, B.A. medical mentor 7/06 7/09 Mount Sinai student Matthew Whitson, B.A. medical mentor 7/06 7/09 Mount Sinai student Anil Chacko, Ph.D. post doc mentor 7/06 7/08 Asst. Professor - Queens College Jerold Jackson, MSW pre doc mentor 9/10 present Mount Sinai CR Ph.D. Mandy McGuire-Schwartz pre doc mentor 9/11 present NYU Tricia Stephens, LCSW pre doc mentor 9/11 present NYU LaToya Small, MSW pre doc mentor 9/11 present NYU Selected Faculty Mentoring Record Name Level Role Dates Institution Ellen DeVoe, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 9/98 6/05 Boston University Vincent Ramos, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 9/00 7/07 Columbia University Jeanne Rivard, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 9/98 6/03 Columbia University Richard Embry, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 9/00 7/04 Columbia University Christine Yeh, Ph.D. Assoc. Professor Mentor 9/98 7/07 University of California - SF Marlys Straudt, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 9/00 9/07 University of Tennessee Holly Schwartz, M.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 9/00 7/06 Western Psychiatric Institute Myla Harrison, M.D. Clinical Asst. Professor Mentor 9/00 9/04 Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Aubyn Stahmer, Ph.D Asst. Professor Mentor 9/99 8/04 Children s Hospital/San Diego Cynthia Connelly, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 9/99 8/04 Children s Hospital/San Diego James Rodriguez, Ph.D. Research Scientist Mentor 9/02 6/09 NYSPI/Columbia University Annette Hernandez, Ph.D. Clinical Instructor Mentor 1/05 7/11 Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Lori Rockmore, Ph.D. Clinical Instructor Mentor 1/05 7/05 Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Marcia Stern, Ph.D. Clinical Instructor Mentor 1/05 7/07 Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Evelyn Berger, M.D. Research fellow Mentor 9/04 6/07 Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Deborah Steinbaum, M.D. Research fellow Mentor 9/04 6/07 Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Fred Ssewamala, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 9/04 7/10 Columbia University Mari Umpierre, Ph.D. Clinical Instructor Mentor 1/08 present Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Michael Lindsay, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 1/08 present University of Maryland Rachel Haine, Ph.D. Asst. Professor Mentor 1/09 present Rady Children s Hosptial Catherine Vu, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Mentor 9/12 present NYU Crystal Williams, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Mentor 9/12 present NYU Teaching Activities Social Work Research I Doctoral Social Intervention Research Methods Instructor; New York University School of Social Work Community-based research methods lecture series Mental health services research methods lecture series Family-level intervention strategies to reduce youth risk seminar Evidence-based engagement: Engaging families & engaging services seminar Instructor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine 2005, 2006 Behavioral Sciences Instructor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine 2003 Social Work Research Methods Instructor, Columbia University School of Social Work

5 Teaching Activities (continued) School-based and School-linked Social Work Practice; Social Work Research Instructor, Columbia University School of Social Work 2000 Social Work Research Methods School-based and School-linked Social Work Practice Instructor, Columbia University School of Social Work 1999 School-based and School-linked Social Work Practice Social Work Research Methods Social Work Practice and Multiple Family Groups Instructor, Columbia University School of Social Work 1998 Foundations of Social Work Practice Instructor, Columbia University, School of Social Work Group Therapy Seminar Instructor; University of Illinois, Department of Psychiatry, Institute for Juvenile Research Behavioral Sciences Lecturer; University of Illinois, College of Medicine Current Grants 7/1/11 6/30/16 Advanced Center for State Scale-Up of EBPs for Children National Institute of Mental Health (P30 MH090322) $5.0 million Co-Director (Director: Hoagwood) 1/1/11 12/31/16 Clinic Technical Assistance Center New York State Office of Mental Health $5.0 million Co-Director (Director: Hoagwood) 6/1/10 5/31/15 Center for Collaborative Inner-City Child Mental Health Services Research (CCCR) National Institute of Mental Health (P20 MH085983) $3.4 million /Director 10/15/07 4/01/14 Project STEP-UP: School-based mental health services Robinhood Foundation $1.5 million Director 08/01/12 07/31/17 VUKA Family Program: Supporting Perinatally HIV-infected youth in South Africa Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (R01 HD074052) $4.0 million

6 Current Grants (continued) 6 01/01/13 12/31/13 Preparing the workforce to serve homeless female veterans and their families U.S. Veterans Administration $120,000 Director Previously Funded Grants 7/1/11 6/30/12 Key Empowers Youth New York State Office of Mental Health $50,000 Director 12/1/08 11/30/12 Community Partnerships to Prevent Urban Health Risks (CHAMPIONS) National Institute of Mental Health (R01 MH069934) $3.2 million 09/01/08 08/31/12 Minority Researcher Skills in Youth, Community, Family and HIV National Institute of Mental Health Subcontract to Mount Sinai School of Medicine $10,000 Mentor (PI: Krauss) 10/01/07 9/30/11 Adapting CHAMP+ for South African HIV+ youth and families National Institute of Mental Health $275,000 (R21 NR010474) Consultant (PI: Mellins) 9/1/08 8/31/11 CHAMP+ Argentina: Supporting HIV+ Youth & Families National Institute of Mental Health $165,000 (R03 DA024572) 9/1/06 8/30/11 Developing center children s services research center National Institute of Mental Health (P20) $1.2 million Co-Director of Principal Research Core (PI: Hoagwood) 2/1/09 1/30/11 TIES: Evidence-based Engagement Interventions National Institute of Mental Health $125,000 subcontract (Danya Communications, Inc.) Co-Investigator 9/1/06 8/30/11 Family groups for urban youth with disruptive behavior National Institute of Mental Health (R01 MH072649) $2.8 million

7 Previously Funded Grants (continued) 7 1/01/08 12/30/11 New York State Office of Mental Health Clinic+ Evaluation New York State Office of Mental Health $900,000 Consultant (PI: Hoagwood) 6/07 6/10 World Trade Center Family & Social Network Consultation Program Robinhood Foundation $925,000 Director 9/15/05 6/30/10 Family-based HIV & drug abuse prevention for homeless youth National Institute on Drug Abuse (R01 DA018574) $2.9 million 4/1/04 6/31/09 Parents as collaborators in urban child mental health National Institute of Mental Health (K24 MH070792) $675,000 11/30/03 12/01/08 Psychiatric & Behavioral Outcomes for HIV-affected youth National Institute of Mental Health (R01 MH63636) $4.5 million Consultant (P.I. Mellins) 9/01/07 8/31/09 Enhancing outpatient medical care for HIV+ adults National Institute of Mental Health $275,000 (R21MH081729) 5/15/05 3/30/08 CHAMP+: Supporting perinatally HIV-infected youth and their families National Institute of Mental Health (R34 MHO72382) $350,000 4/1/04 3/31/08 Community partnerships to prevent urban youth health risks National Institute of Mental Health (R01 MH069934) $3.8 million 7/1/04 6/30/06 Parent Empowerment in Child Mental Health National Institute of Mental Health $225,000 Co-Investigator (P.I.: Hoagwood) 10/1/00-8/30/06 Community partnerships to prevent urban youth HIV risk National Institute of Mental Health $3.8 million (R01 MH63622)

8 8 Previously Funded Grants (continued) 12/1/01-11/30/06 Using CHAMP to prevent youth HIV risk in a South African Township National Institute of Mental Health (R01 MH64872) $2.2 million Co-Investigator (P.I.: Bell) 7/1/05 6/30/06 Developing mental health services for youth in congregate care facilities Co-funded by the New York Community Trust, Administration for Children s Services and New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene $250,000 Co- (P.I.: Essock) 5/1/06 12/1/06 Family Engagement Project National Institute of Mental Health SBIR Phase I $163,000 Co-Investigator (P.I.: Danya Health Communications, Inc.) 7/1/03 6/1/06 Early Intervention Parent Involvement Special Project New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene & New York Community Trust $150,000 Consultant 7/1/03 6/30/05 Engaging traumatized youth and their families in evidence-based mental health services New York State Office of Mental Health $114,000 9/1/04 10/30/05 Engagement Learning Collaborative New York State Office of Mental Health Consultant 5/1/00 4/30/05 Social Work Research and Development Center National Institute on Drug Abuse (DA-14001) $1.2 million Co-Director (Director - El-Bassel) 12/1/99-11/30/04 An ecological understanding of urban child mental health and service use National Institute of Mental Health (K02 MH Newly Independent Scientist Award) $496,000

9 Previously Funded Grants (continued) Mental health & risk behavior of youth reared by HIV+ mothers National Institute of Mental Health $3 million Co-Investigator (P.I.: Mellins) Impact of 9/11 on young children National Institute of Mental Health Co-Investigator (P.I.: DeVoe) $163, A family-based intervention to reduce violence exposure Robert Wood Johnson Foundation $60,000 Co-Investigator (P.I.: DeVoe) HIV prevention for HIV-positive youth HIV Center, New York State Psychiatric Institute $3, Reducing urban youth violence exposure Center for Violence Prevention; Columbia University School of Public Health $14, Trauma-focused services for violent youth National Institute of Mental Health $600,000 Co-Investigator (P.I.: Rivard) FRIENDS urban system of care evaluation project New York State Office of Mental Health $50,000 Co-Investigator (P.I.: Essock) An empowerment approach to prevent child abuse New York Foundling and St. Vincent s Hospital $24,000 Co-Investigator (P.I.: Guterman) Supporting urban parent involvement New York State Department of Education $150,000 Community Collaborator with Community School District 9 & Strengthening Chicago's Bosnian refugee communities research capacity University of Illinois at Chicago, Great Cities Faculty Seed Fund $10,000 Collaborator (P.I.: Weine)

10 Previously Funded Grants (continued) Addressing the needs of urban children and their families- Three interrelated research projects Columbia University School of Social Work $15, Mental health service delivery to Bosnian refugees National Institute of Mental Health $750,000 Co-Investigator (P.I.: Weine) 1998 Teachers' perceptions of needs of urban children with ADHD University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Psychiatry, Program of Mental Health Services Research on Women and Gender $13,000 Co-investigator (P.I.: Atkins) Informed consent in urban AIDS and mental health research National Institute of Mental Health (R01 MH58566) $625, School-based services for urban aggressive children National Institute of Mental Health (R01 MH56491) $1,853,000 Co-Investigator (P.I.: Atkins) Parents on the move: Increasing urban parent leadership in Chicago public schools University of Illinois at Chicago Center for Urban Educational Research and Development $9, Identifying the needs of HIV affected families: A community/professional collaboration University of Illinois at Chicago Great Cities Faculty Seed Fund $7,500 Collaborator (P.I.: Mason) Chicago Public Schools ADHD teacher training contract Chicago Public Schools $140,000 Collaborator (P. I.: Atkins)

11 Previously Funded Grants (continued) Strengthening inner-city communities' research capacity: A collaborative partnership model University of Illinois at Chicago Great Cities Faculty Seed Fund $7, School-based models for urban aggressive children Grant Health Care Foundation $13,500 Co-Investigator (P. I.: Atkins) Engagement of urban children in mental health services National Institute of Mental Health (R03 MH55327) $156, Predictors of urban parent involvement University of Illinois at Chicago Center for Urban Educational Research and Development $9,979 Co- (P.I.: Atkins) Family-based intervention to prevent adolescent HIV risk National Institute of Mental Health - Office on AIDS (R01 MH55701) $2.5 million Co-Investigator (P. I.: Paikoff) Program of mental health services research on women and gender National Institute of Mental Health $2.2 million Faculty (P.I.: Flaherty) Parent interventions to reduce childhood aggression University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Psychiatry, Program of Mental Health Services Research on Women and Gender $10, School-based interventions to reduce aggression. University of Illinois at Chicago Great Cities Faculty Seed Fund $8,500 Co-Investigator (P. I.: Atkins).

12 12 Training and Travel Awards 1994 NIMH Child Mental Health Services Research 1995 NIMH Epidemiology of Mental Disorders 1996 NIMH Prevention Research Conference 1996 NIJ Violence across Settings 1997 NIMH Research on Mental Health Services for Youths and their Families 1998 NIMH Poverty, Mental Health & Risk Books Hoagwood, K., Jensen, P. & McKay, M. & Olin, S. (Eds.) (2010). Collaboration as the foundation for child mental health services research: A casebook. Oxford Press, New York, New York. McKay, M. & Paikoff, R. (Eds.) (2007). Community collaborative partnerships: The foundation for HIV prevention research efforts in the United States and internationally. Haworth Press, West Hazleton, PA. Peer Reviewed Publications 1) McKay, M. (1992). "Domestic violence and child abuse: Assessment and treatment considerations." Child Welfare, 73 (1) Reprinted in Journal of Safe Management of Disruptive and Assaultive Behavior, 4, ) McKay, M., Bennett, E., Stone, S., & Gonzales, J. (1995). "A comprehensive training model for inner-city social workers." Arete, 20, ) McKay, M., Gonzales, J., Stone, S., Ryland, D. & Kohner, K. (1995). "Multiple family therapy groups: A responsive intervention model for inner-city families." Social Work with Groups, 18, Reprinted in A. Alissi & C. Mergins (Eds.). Voices from the Field. New York: Haworth Press. 4) Atkins, M.S., McKay, M., Tolbott, E. & Arvanitis, P. (1996). "Conduct and oppositional defiant disorders in children: Implications for school mental health teams." School Psychology Review, 25, ) McKay, M., McCadam, K. & Gonzales, J. (1996). "Addressing the barriers to mental health services for inner-city children and their caretakers." Community Mental Health Journal 32, (4) ) McKay, M., Garcia, T., Martinez, L. & Scally, J. (1996). A groupwork approach to empowering inner-city families. Groupwork, 9, ) McKay, M., Nudelman, R. & McCadam, K. (1996). Evaluating a social work engagement approach to involving inner-city children and their families in mental health care. Research on Social Work Practice, 6, ) Stone, S., McKay, M., Gonzales, J. & Stoops, C. (1996). Evaluating multiple family groups to address the behavioral difficulties of urban children. Small Group Research, 27,

13 13 Publications (continued) 9) Tolan, P.H. & McKay, M. (1996). Preventing aggression in urban children: An empirically based family prevention program. Family Relations: Journal of Applied Family & Child Studies, ) Atkins, M.S., McKay, M., Arvanitis, P., London, L., Madison, S., Costigan, C., Haney, P., Zevenbergen, A., Hess, L., Bennett, D. & Webster, D. (1998). Ecological model for school-based mental health services for urban low-income aggressive children. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 5, ) McKay, M., Stoewe, J., McCadam, K. & Gonzales, J. (1998). Increasing access to child mental health services for urban children and their care givers. Health and Social Work, 23, ) Peters, B., Atkins, M.S. & McKay, M. (1999). Adopted children s behavior problems: A review of five explanatory models. Clinical Psychology Review, 19, ) McKay, M., Quintana, E., Kim, L., Gonzales, J. & Adil, J.A. (1999). Multiple family groups: An alternative for reducing disruptive behavioral difficulties of urban children. Research on Social Work Practice, 9, ) McCormick, A., McKay, M., Gilling, G., & Paikoff, R. (2000). "Involving families in an urban HIV preventive intervention: How community collaboration addresses barriers to participation. AIDS Education and Prevention, 12, ) Madison, S., McKay, M., Paikoff, R.L. & Bell, C. (2000). Basic research and community collaboration: Necessary ingredients for the development of a family-based HIV prevention program. AIDS Education and Prevention, 12, ) Stone, S. & McKay, M. (2000). "Predictors of urban parent involvement." School Social Work Journal, 15, ) McKay, M., McCadam, K. & Pennington, J. (2001). Understanding urban child mental health service use: Two studies of child, family and environmental correlates. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 19, ) Lynn, C. & McKay, M. (2001). School social work: Promoting parent-school involvement through collaborative practice models. School Social Work Journal, 25, ) Atkins, M.S., McKay, M., Frazier, S., Jakobsons, L., Arvanitis, P., Cunningham, T., Brown, C. & Lambrecht, L (2002). Suspensions and detentions in an urban, low-income school: Punishment or reward? Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 30, ) Tolan, P., Hanish, L., McKay, M., & Dickey, M. (2002). "Evaluating process in child and family interventions: Aggression prevention as an example. Journal of Family Psychology, 16, (**winner of the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy Outstanding Research Publication Award) 21) McKay, M., Harrison, M., Gonzales, J., Kim, L. & Quintana, E. (2002). Multiple family groups for urban children with conduct difficulties and their families. Psychiatric Services, 53,

14 14 Publications (continued) 22) Schiff, M. & McKay, M. (2003). Urban, African American children s attitudes toward HIV/AIDS: Exploring maternal and child influences. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73, ) Baker, A., McKay, M., Lynn, C., Schlange, H. & Anvil, A. (2003). Child mental health and family transition influences on recidivism at a shelter for adolescents: First-time versus repeat runaways. Social Work Research, 27, 2, ) McKay, M., Atkins, M., & Hawkins, T. & Lynn, C. (2003). "Understanding parent involvement at school and at home." American Journal of Community Psychology, 32, ) Lynn, C. & McKay, M. (2003). School social work: Meeting the mental health needs of students through collaboration with teachers. Children & Schools, 25, ) Schiff, M. & McKay, M. (2003). Urban youth disruptive behavioral difficulties: Exploring the association with parenting and gender. Family Process, 42, ) McKay, M., Paikoff, R., Baptiste, D., Bell, C., Coleman, D., Madison, S., McKinney, L. & CHAMP Collaborative Board. (2004). Family-level impact of the CHAMP Family Program: A community collaborative effort to support urban families and reduce youth HIV risk exposure. Family Process, ) Harrison, M., McKay, M. & Bannon, W. (2004). Inner-city child mental health service use: The real question is why youth and families do not use services. Community Mental Health Journal, 40, (Reprinted in Data Trends, August, 2004, No. 102). 29) McKay, M. & Bannon, W. (2004). Evidence update: Engaging families in child mental health services. Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 40, ) McKay, M., Hibbert, R., Hoagwood, K., Rodriguez, J., Legerski, J., Fernandez, D., & Murray, L. (2004). Integrating evidence-based engagement interventions into real world child mental health settings. Journal of Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 4, ) Bell, C. & McKay, M. (2004). Constructing a children s mental health infrastructure using community psychiatry principles. Journal of Legal Medicine, 25, ) Bannon, W. & McKay, M. (2004). Barriers to service or parental preference match for service: Which related to urban child mental health service use. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 86, ) Bhana, A., Petersen, I., Mason, A., Mahintsho, Z., Bell, C., & McKay, M. (2004). Children and youth at risk: Adaptation and pilot study of the CHAMP (Amaqhawe) programme in South African. Journal of South African AIDS Research, 3, ) Pinto, R., McKay, M. & CHAMP Collaborative Board (2004). Does age and gender of social support matter for low-income African American women attending an HIV prevention program?. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 3, 5-21.

15 15 Publications (continued) 35) DeVoe, E., Dean, K, Joyce, E., McKay, M. & Bronx Collaborative Board (2004). A multiple-family group HIV prevention program for drug-involved mothers and their young children. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, ) DeVoe, E., Dean, K., & McKay, M. (2005). The SURVIVE community project: A family-based intervention to reduce the impact of violence exposures in urban youth. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 11, ) Baptiste, D., Paikoff, R., McKay, M., Madison-Boyd, S., Coleman, D. & Bell, C. (2005). Collaborating with an urban community to develop an HIV/AIDS prevention program for Black youth. Behavior Modification, 27, ) Horowitz, K., McKay, M. & Marshall, R. (2005). Community violence and urban families: Experiences, effects and directions for intervention. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, ) McKay, M., Lynn, C. & Bannon, W. (2005). Understanding inner-city child mental health need and trauma exposure: Implications for preparing urban service providers. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 75, ) Petersen, I., Bhana, A. & McKay, M. (2005). Sexual violence and youth in South Africa: The need for multi-level interventions. Child Abuse & Neglect, ) Paruk, Z., Petersen, I. Bhana, A., Bell, C., & McKay, M. (2005). A focused ethnographic study to inform the adaptation of the NIMH-funded CHAMP project in South Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research, ) Petersen, I., Bhana, A., & McKay, M. (2005). Sexual violence and youth in South Africa: The need for community-based prevention. Child Abuse & Neglect, 29, ) Baptiste, D., McKay, M., Petersen, I., Martinz, D., Bell, C., Bhana, A., Henderson, G., Smithgall, C. & Voisin, D. (2006). Community participatory research as a foundation for international youth HIV/AIDS prevention. Pediatric Psychology, ) McKay, M., Bannon, W., Rodriguez., & Chasse, K. (2006)., Understanding African American youth HIV knowledge: Exploring the role of racial socialization and family communication about hard to talk about topics. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 45) Traube, D., Chasse, K., McKay, M., Bhorade, A., Paikoff, R. & Sewell, S. (2006). Urban African American pre-adolescent social problem solving skills: Family influences and association with exposure to situations of sexual possibility. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press.

16 Publications (continued) 16 46) Miller, S., McKay, M. & Baptiste, D. (2006). Social support for low-income parents: The influence of child mental health on parenting and child outcomes. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 47) Pinto, R.M. & McKay, M.M. (2006). Lessons learned from African American women about participation in a family based HIV prevention program. The Journal of Contemporary Human Service, 87, ) McKay, M., Hibbert, R., Lawrence, R., Miranda, A., Paikoff, R., Bell, C., Madison, S., Baptiste, D., Coleman, D., Pinto, R., Bannon, W., & CHAMP Collaborative Boards in New York & Chicago. (2006). Creating mechanisms for meaningful collaboration between members of urban communities and university-based HIV prevention researchers. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 49) McKay, M., Pinto, R., Bannon, W., Guilamo-Ramos, V. & CHAMP Collaborative Board in New York. 2006). Understanding motivators and challenges to involving urban parents as collaborators in HIV prevention research efforts. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 50) Pinto, R., McKay, M., Baptiste, D., Bell, C., Madison, S., Paikoff, R., Wilson, M. & Philips, D. (2006). Motivators and barriers to involving ethnic minority families in HIV prevention efforts. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 51) McBride, C., Baptiste, D., Paikkoff, R., Madison, S., Coleman, D., Bell, C., Coleman, I., McKay, M., & CHAMP Collaborative Board in Chicago. (2006). Family-based HIV preventive intervention: Child level results from the CHAMP Family Program. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 52) Bannon, W., McKay, M., Paikoff, R., Baptiste, D., Bell, C., Madison, S., Coleman, D. & CHAMP Collaborative Boards. (2006). Addressing urban African American youth externalizing and social problem behavioral difficulties in a family oriented prevention project. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 53) Baptiste, D., Blachman, D., Cappella, E., Coleman, I., Leachman, B., McKinney, L., Paikoff, R., Wright, L., Dew, D., Madison, S., & McKay, M. (2006). Transferring a university-led HIV/AIDS prevention initiative to a community agency. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (3/4), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press.

17 Publications (continued) 17 54) Kerkorian, D., Traube, D., & McKay, M. (2006). Understanding the African American research experience: From Tuskegee to current day HIV prevention research efforts. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (3/4), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 55) Franco, L, Chambers, N., Miranda, A., McKay, M. & CHAMP Collaborative Board in New York (2006). Voices from the community: Key ingredients for community collaboration. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (3/4), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 56) McKay, M., Block, M., Mellins, C., Traube, D., Brackis-Cott, E., Miranda, C., Petterson, J., & Abrams, E., (2006). Adapting a family-based HIV prevention program for HIVinfected preadolescents and their families: Youth, families and health care providers coming together to address complex needs. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (3/4), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 57) Atkins, M., Frazier, S., Birman, D., Adil, J., Jackson, M., Graczyk, P., Talbott, E., Farmer, D., Bell, C. & McKay, M. (2006). School-based mental health services for children living in high poverty urban communities. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 33, ) Schiff, M., Benbenishty, R., McKay, M., DeVoe, E., Liu, X. & Hasin, D. (2006). Exposure to terrorism and Israeli youth s psychological distress and alcohol use: An exploratory study. American Journal on Addictions, 15, ) Petersen, I., Mason, A., Bhana, A., Bell, C., & McKay, M. (2006). Mediating social representations using targeted micro media in the form of a cartoon narrative in the context of HIV/AIDS: The AmaQhawe Family Project (CHAMP) in South Africa. Journal of Health Psychology, 11, ) Pinto, R., McKay, M. & CHAMP Collaborative Board (2006). A mixed method analysis of African American women s attendance at a HIV prevention intervention. American Journal of Community Psychology, 34, ) Kerkorian, D., McKay, M., & Bannon, W. (2006). Seeking help a second time: Parent/caregivers characterizations of previous experiences with mental health services for their children and perceptions of barriers to future use. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 76, ) Baptiste, D.R., Bhana, A., Petersen, I., McKay, M., Voisin, D., Bell, C. & Martinez, D.D. (2006). Community collaborative youth-focused HIV/AIDS prevention in South Africa and Trinidad: Preliminary findings. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31, 1-12.

18 Publications (continued) 18 63) Bell, C., Bhana, A., McKay, M. & Peterson, I. (2006). A commentary on the Triadic Theory of Influence as a guide for adapting HIV prevention programs for new contexts and populations: The CHAMP-South Africa story. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (3/4), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 64) Paikoff, R., Traube, D. & McKay, M. (2006). Overview of community collaborative partnerships and empirical findings: The foundation for HIV prevention research efforts in the United States and internationally. Social Work in Mental Health, 5 (1/2), Also published in: (2007) in M. McKay & R. Paikoff (Eds.), Community Collaborative Partnerships: The Foundation for HIV Prevention Research Efforts. New York: Haworth Press. 65) Cavaleri, M., Gopalan, G., McKay, M., Appel, A., Bannon, W., Bigley, M., Fazio, M., Harrison, M., Nayowith, G., Salerno, A., Sher, T., & Thalor, S. (2006). Impact of a learning collaborative to improve child mental health service use among low-income urban youth and families. Best Practices in Mental Health, 2, ) Pinto, R., McKay, M., Wilson, M., Phillips, M, Baptiste, D., Bell, C., Madison, S. & Paikoff, R. & CHAMP Collaborative Board (2007). Correlates of participation in a familybased HIV prevention program: Exploring African American women s motivations and understanding of the program. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 25, ) Cavaleri, M., Franco, L., & McKay, M., Appel, A., Bannon, W., Bigley, M., Fazio, M. Harrison, M., Nayowith, G., Salerno, A., Sher, T., & Thalor, S. (2007). The sustainability of a learning collaborative to improve mental health service use among low-income, urban youth and families. Best Practices in Mental Health, 3, ) Pinto, R., McKay, M., & Escobar, C. (2008). You ve gotta know the community: Minority women make recommendations about community-focused health research. Women & Health, 47, ) Rodriguez, J., Bannon, W. & McKay, M. (2008). Introduction: The need to consider the role of African American endorsement of racial socialization beliefs in the use of mental health services. Social Work in Mental Health, 6, ) Bannon, W., McKay, M. & Rodriguez, J. (2008). The effect of urban African American parental endorsement of racial socialization beliefs on the use of child mental health services. Social Work in Mental Health, ) Bannon, W.M., Cavaleri, M., Rodriguez, J. & McKay, M.M. (2008). Conclusions and directions for future research concerning racial socialization. Social Work in Mental Health, 6, ) Rodriguez, J., McKay, M. & Bannon, W. (2008). Racial socialization and youth externalizing behaviors. Social Work in Mental Health, 65,

19 Publications (continued) 19 73) Cavaleri, M., Bannon, W., McKay, M. & Rodriguez, J. (2008). The protective effect of African American racial socializing parenting practices and adult mental health. Social Work in Mental Health, 65, 6, ) Udell, W., Bannon, W. & McKay, M. (2008). Spiritual and religious coping: A facet of racial socialization linked to youth avoidant behavior towards violent confrontations. Social Work in Mental Health, 6, ) Annunziato, R.A., Rubinstein, D., Sheikh, S., Maurer, M., Cotter, G., McKay, M., Milo- Cotter, O., Gorman, J.M. & Shemesh, E. (2008). Site matters: Winning the hearts and minds of patients in a cardiology clinic. Psychosomatics, 49, ) Bell, C.C., Bhana, A., Petersen, I., McKay, M., Gibbons, R., Bannon, W. & Amatya, A. (2008). Building protective factors to offset sexually risky behaviors among black youths: A randomized control trial. Journal of the National Medical Association, 100(8), ) Sperber, E., McKay, M., Bell, C., Bhana, A., Petersen, I. & Paikoff, R. (2008). Adapting and disseminating a community-collaborative, evidence-based HIV/AIDS prevention program: Lessons from the history of CHAMP. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 3, ) Annunziato, R.A., Emre, S., Schneider, B., Dugan, C., Aytaman, Y, McKay, M., & Shemesh, E. (2008). Transitioning health care responsibility from caregivers to patient: A pilot study aiming to facilitate medication adherence during this process. Pediatric Transplantation, 12, ) Bannon, W., McKay, M., Rodriguez, J. & Cavaleri, M. (2009). Cultural pride reinforcement: A protective factor for urban African American youth anxiety. Families in Society, 90, ) Hernandez, A., Ruble, C., Rockmore, L., McKay, M. Messam, T., Harris, M. & Hope, S. (2009). An Integrated Approach to Treating Non-Offending Parents Affected by Sexual Abuse. Social Work & Mental Health, 7, ) Mellins, C., Brackis-Cott, E., Leu, C., Elkington, K., Dolezal, C., Wiznia, A., McKay, M., Bamji, M., & Abrams, E. (2009). Rates and types of psychiatric disorders in perinatally human immunodeficiency virus-infected youth and seroreverters. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 50(9), ) Mellins C., Elkington, K., Bauermeister, J., Brackis-Cott, E., Dolezal, C., McKay, M., Wiznia, A., Bamji, M., Abrams, E. (2009). Sexual and drug use behavior in perinatally- HIV infected youth: Mental health and family influences. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolsecent Psychiatry, 48: ) Ssewamala, F., Ismayilova, L., McKay, M., Sperber, E., Bannon, W., & Alicea, S. (2010). Gender and the effects of an economic empowerment program on attitudes toward sexual risk-taking among AIDS-orphaned adolescent youth in Uganda. Journal of Adolescent Health, 46,

20 Publications (continued) 20 84) Messam, T., McKay, M., Kalogerogiannis, K., & Alicea, S. (2010). Adapting a familybased HIV prevention program for homeless youth and their families: The HOPE (HIV prevention outreach for parents and early adolescents) Family Program. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 20, ) Cavaleri, M., Gopalan, G., & McKay, M., Messam, T., & Elwyn, L. (2010). The effect of a learning collaborative to improve engagement in child mental health services. Children and Youth Services Review, 32, ) Petersen, I., Bhana, A., Myeza, N., Alicea, S., John, S., Holst, H., McKay, M., & Mellins, C. (2010). Psychosocial challenges and protective influences for socio-emotional coping of HIV+ adolescents in South Africa. A qualitative investigation. AIDS Care, 22, ) McKay, M., Gopalan, G., Franco, L., Kalogerogiannis, K., Olshtain-Mann, O., Bannon, B., Elwyn, L., Goldstein, L., & Umpierre, M. (2010). IT TAKES A VILLAGE (of youth, parent advocates, peers, clinicians and services researchers) to create, delivery and test child and family-focused prevention programs and mental health services. Research on Social Work Practice, ) Gopalan, G., Cavaleri, M., Bannon, W.M., & McKay, M. (2010). Correlates of externalizing behaviors among youth within two impoverished, urban communities. Child & Youth Services, 31, ) Bhana, A., McKay, M., Bell, C., Mellins, C., & Petersen, I. (2010). Family-based HIV prevention and intervention services for youth living in poverty-affected contexts: the CHAMP model of collaborative, evidence-informed program development. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 16, ) Gopalan, G., Goldstein, L., Klingenstein, K., Sicher, C. & McKay, M. (2010). Engaging vulnerable youth and their families. Journal of Canadian Child Psychiatry, 19, ) Cavaleri, M.A., Kalogerogiannis, K., McKay, M., Levi, E., Vitale, L., Jones, S., Wallach, F. & Flynn, E. (2010). Barriers to HIV care: An exploration of the complexities that influence engagement in and use of treatment. Social Work in Health Care, 49, ) Gopalan, G., Cavaleri, M., Bannon, W.M., & McKay, M. (2010). Correlates of externalizing behaviors among youth within two impoverished, urban communities. Child & Youth Services, 31, ) Gopalan, G., Dean-Assael, K., Klingenstein, K., Chacko, A., & McKay, M. (2011). Depression among caregivers who bring their children to community mental health clinics for disruptive behavior disorders. Social Work in Mental Health, 9, ) Beharie, N., Whitson, M., Lawrence, R., McKay, M. (in press). HOPE Health: Engaging families living in New York City shelters in a HIV and drug abuse prevention program. Social Work in Health Care.

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