Brown, Adam | MSW | PhD
Phone: (212) 396-7553
Sexual abuse prevention
Intersection of child welfare and juvenile justice
Assessment and treatment of problem sexual behaviors among youth and young adults
Clinical practice with youth and families
Ph.D., The University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration
M.S.W., Smith College School for Social Work
Clinical Practice I with Individuals, Families, & Small Groups
Clinical Practice III: Differential Assessment and Intervention
Human Behavior in the Social Environment III: Psychopathology
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Yoder, J., Brown, A., Grady, M. Dillard, R., and Kennedy, N. (2020). Positive caregiving styles attenuating effects of cumulative trauma among youth who commit sexual crimes. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Advance online publication.
Yoder, J., Grady, M.D., Brown. A., and Dillard, R. (2020). Criminogenic needs as intervening mechanisms in the relation between insecure attachment and youth sexual violence. Sexual Abuse, 32(3), 247-272.
Brown. A. and Grady, M.D. (2019). Helplessness and hopelessness in adolescents who commit sexual and non-sexual crimes. Victims and Offenders: An International Journal of Evidenced-Based Research, Policy, and Practice, 14(1), 15-31.
Brown. A. (2019). Using latent class analysis to explore subtypes of youth who have committed sexual offenses. Youth, Violence, and Juvenile Justice, 7(4), 413-430.