|2005 ‐ 2009||PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ‐ School of Social Work|
|1999 ‐ 2001||MSS; MLSP, Bryn Mawr College ‐ Graduate School of Social Work & Social Research|
|1993 ‐ 1997||BA, Swarthmore College|
School of Social Policy & Practice
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
3701 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: 215-898-7540 | Fax: 215-573-2099
Cumulative trauma exposure and high risk behavior in adolescence: Findings ...
Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy (2014)
Although links between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and problems in adulthood are well-established, less is known regarding links between exposure ...
Homeownership and parenting practices: Evidence from the Community Advantage Panel
Children and Youth Services Review (2010)
This study examines whether there is a significant relationship between homeownership and engaged parenting practices among low- and moderate-income households. ...
Contributions of therapist characteristics and stability to intensive in-home therapy ...
Research on Social Work Practice (2009)
Objective: This study examines the influence of therapist and youth characteristics on post-discharge outcomes from intensive in-home therapy. Method: Data ...
Fostering low-income homeownership: A longitudinal randomized experiment on Individual Development ...
Housing Policy Debate (2008)
For low-income families, homeownership represents an important strategy for promoting long-term social and economic development. Individual Development Account (IDA) programs ...
Outcomes for youth receiving intensive in-home therapy or residential care ...
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (2007)
This study compares outcomes for behaviorally troubled children receiving intensive in-home therapy (IIHT) and those receiving residential care (RC). Propensity ...