Widely regarded as experts in matters of importance to the child welfare field, The NYSPCC’s staff publishes articles to help advance the knowledge-base of practitioners and researchers across the country working to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect.
“Safe Touches a Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program offers Promising Results among Multi-Racial Children,” Pulido, M.L., Tully, B., & Holloway, J. (2015) published in American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) Advisor, vol. 27, number 1.
“Interplay Between Child Abuse Reporting System and the Courts”, by Stephen Forrester was published in the New York Law Journal, June 8, 2015
“Supervised Visitation: The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children’s Unique Approach”, Interview featuring Katheryn Lotsos, LCSW and Stephen Forrester, Esq. podcast is on the Center for Court Innovation website, June 3, 2015
“Knowledge Gains Following a Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program Among Urban Students: A Cluster-Randomized Evaluation”, co authored by Mary L. Pulido, PhD, Sarah Dauber, PhD, Brenda A. Tully, LCSW, Paige Hamilton, LMHC, Michael J. Smith, DSW, and Katherine Freeman, DrPH was published in the American Journal of Public Health, May 14, 2015
“Treatment of Complex Trauma on the Front Lines: A Preliminary Look at Child Outcomes in an Agency Sample”, co authored by Mary L. Pulido, PhD, Sarah Dauber, PhD, Katheryn Lotsos, LCSW was published in the Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, April 17, 2015
“The Ripple Effect: Lessons Learned About Secondary Traumatic Stress Among Clinicians Responding to the September 11th Terrorist Attacks”, was published in the Clinical Social Work Journal, March 2012.
“Helping the Helpers: Ameliorating Secondary Trauma in Disaster Workers,” a chapter co-authored by Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D. and April Naturale, Ph.D. was published in Behavioral Health Response to Disasters, Florida State University, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group in April 2012.
Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D. and Janine M. Lacina co-authored “Supporting Child Protective Services (CPS) Staff Following a Child Fatality and Other Critical Incidents” for the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC), distributed electronically as an APSAC Alert in February 2011. This publication is free to professionals engaged in working with and for maltreated children and the adults who care for and influence their lives.
“Raising the Bar: Why Supervised Visitation Providers Should Be Required to Meet Standards for Service Provision” was published in the April 2011 Family Court Review, an interdisciplinary journal of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC). The article was co-authored by Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D., Stephen P. Forrester, Esq., and Janine M. Lacina.
Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D. and Janine M. Lacina co-authored “Supporting Child Protective Services (CPS) Staff Following a Child Fatality and Other Critical Incidents” which was published in the fall 2010 special issue of the APSAC Advisor.
Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D authored an article, “Crisis Debriefing for CPS: Restoring Resiliency Response”, which appeared in the national newsmagazine Social Work Today in July 2008.
Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D. authored an article, “The Costs of Caring: Managing Secondary Traumatic Stress in the Domestic Violence Arena” which was published in the 11th Annual Children’s Law Institute Litigation and Administrative Practice Series, Criminal Law and Urban Problems Course Handbook Series, Number C-124 in August 2008. Unfortunately, this article is no longer retrievable.
Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D. authored an article, “Parent Alert – Steps to Take If You Think a Child is Being Abused”, which appeared in ParentGuide News in July 2007, a monthly publication serving the New York metropolitan area, for parents who have children under the age of 12.
Mary L. Pulido, Ph.D., authored an article, “Secondary Traumatic Stress in Social Workers Responding to the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks”, which appeared in the national journal Social Work in July 2007.