Lynn Squicciarini

Lynn Squicciarini

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Started UK doctoral program: 2011

Area of research interest: Researching job satisfaction of child-welfare workers  Infant – Mother relationships  Effect of parent trauma on child outcomes  Persception of mentoring and supervision on job satisfaction  Job Satisfaction on client outcomes

Dissertation chair: Melanie Otis

Current Position: Faculty at Eastern Kentucky University

Peer Reviewed Publications

Squicciarini, L. M. (2014). Teaching with Awareness. Perspectives on Social Work Journal, 10(2), 13-19.

Academic Presentations

  1. Squicciarini, L. M. (2014, October). Effect of Foster Parent Mentoring on Foster Care Longevity and Child Disruptions. Accepted presentation abstract for American Evaluation Association, Denver, CO. 2.             Squicciarini, L. M., Otis, M. D., Sprang, G., Craig, C. (2014, March). Setting and Child Characteristics Effect on Attrition. Presentation at the meeting of Children’s Mental Health Research and Policy Conference, Tampa, FL.
  2. Squicciarini, L. M. (2014, January). Therapist characteristics’ effect on attrition. Presentation at the meeting of Society for Social Work and Research, San Antonio, TX.
  3. Squicciarini, L. M. (2013, October). Bridging the importance of evaluation between training and practice. Roundtable discussion at the meeting of American Evaluation Association, Washington, D.C. 5. Cohen, D., & Squicciarini, L. M. (February, 2013). Nothing is as good as a good process: Lessons learned from a county collaborative to improve access to behavioral health services for child welfare involved caregivers. Presentation at the meeting of Children’s Mental Health Research and Policy Conference, Tampa, FL.
  4. Squicciarini, L. M., & Cohen, D. (October, 2012). Provider perspective of the need for early child mental health services in a rural setting. Presentation at the meeting of American Evaluation Association, Minneapolis, MN.

MSW Wayne State University, Detroit, MI