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Department of Psychiatry
University of Illinois at Chicago
1747 W. Roosevelt Rd. (MC 747),
Chicago, IL 60608
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KEY PUBLICATIONS

Starin, A. C., Atkins, M. S., Wehrmann, K. C., Mehta, T., Hesson-McInnis, M. S., MArinez-Lora, A. & Mehlinger, R. Moving Science Into State Child and Adolescent Mental Health Systems:  Illinois’ Evidence-Informed Practice Initiative.  Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology. (In Press).
 
Greenwalt, G & Starin, A. (2008).  Rec-less:  Addressing the lack of appropriate and meaningful recreation opportunities for children with mental illness.  Parks & Recreation, 39(4),
26 -29.
 
Starin, A. C., (2006).  Client role choices:  Unexplored factors in intervention decisions.  Clinical Social Work Journal, 34(1), 101-119.
 
Connolly, S., Wright, T., Nierman, P. & Starin, A. (Eds.). (2002). Curriculum for Mental Health Providers:  Serving Children, Adolescents and Families in Community Settings in Illinois.  Chicago:  Illinois Department of Human Services, Office of Mental Health, University of Illinois as Chicago. 
 
Nierman, P. & Starin, A. (2002).  Levels of care for mental health services for children and adolescents.  In S. Connolly, T. Wright, P. Nierman & A. Starin (Eds.), Curriculum for Mental Health Providers:  Serving Children, Adolescents and Families in Community Settings in Illinois (pp. 11:1-11:11).  Chicago:  Illinois Department of Human Services, Office of Mental Health, University of Illinois as Chicago. 
 
Scherer, S. M. & Starin, A. (2002).  The impact of stigma in child and adolescent mental health services.  .  In S. Connolly, T. Wright, P. Nierman & A. Starin (Eds.), Curriculum for Mental Health Providers:  Serving Children, Adolescents and Families in Community Settings in Illinois (pp. 32:1-32:11).  Chicago:  Illinois Department of Human Services,
Office of Mental Health, University of Illinois as Chicago.
 
Gawron, T., Starin, A., Donohue, M., McKelvey, J., Lueck, C. & Lewandowski, H. (2001). 
Employing parents in mental health settings:  Impact of the family resource developer and implementation of the role in emergency mental health services.  In Bridge, A. Gordon, L. J., Jivanjee, P., & King, J.M.G. (Eds.).  Building on family strengths:  Research and services in support of children and their families, 2000 conference proceedings.  Portland, OR:  Portland State University, Research and Training Center on Family Support and Children’s Mental Health.

Amy Starin, PhD, LCSW

Assistant Professor of Clinical Research

Dr Starin is a clinical social worker with over 25 years experience in children’s mental health. She has experience as a clinician, teacher, administrator, program and policy developer and researcher. She has held leadership positions in community mental health centers, psychiatric hospitals and State public mental health systems for children. Dr Starin’s work has focused on child and family therapies, home based care for families and children with psychotic disorders, development and dissemination of evidence informed practice, monitoring outcomes of services, using measurement in clinical care, consumer parent support, and Systems of Care development.

Interests:

Prevention and early intervention of mental health problems in children; interventions for families of children with serious emotional disturbance; consumer delivered services; Family Driven Care; Support for Community Mental Health agencies related to implementing evidence informed practice; Community implementation of Evidence Based Practices.

Affiliations/Memberships:

National Association of Social Workers

Projects:

Development of a consumer/community member delivered mental health prevention and early intervention evidence based model for children in school settings. Consultation to the Illinois Division of Mental Health on evidence informed practice and system development. Consultation to Community Mental Health agencies and System of Care projects.

 

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