In the News
- Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW, CEIS, MS.Ed, was awarded the 2018 Emerging Leader Award from National Association of Social Workers- Massachusetts Chapter.
- Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW, CEIS, MS.Ed, presented at Zero to Three's Annual Conference in November 2017:
- Young Children With Different Needs: Effective Mental Health Interventions and Treatments
- Pensar en lo impensable: Plan de preparacion familiar para familias indocumentadas con ninos ciudadanos estadounidenses (Thinking About the Unthinkable: Family Preparedness Plan for Undocumented Families With US Citizen Children)
- La creacion de una cultura relexiva que prestan srvicios a familias latinoamericanas en los programas de cuidado infantil y visitas al hogar (Building a Reflective Culture in Child Care and Home Visiting Programs Serving Latin American Families)
- Who is Thinking About the Young Child? Impact of Immigration Policies on Families' Well-Being
- Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW presented at Zero to Three's Annual Conference in December 2016:
- En espanol- En busca de significado: El papel de la supervision reflexiva y la experiencia del trabajador hispanohablante
- Deepening Self-Awareness to Create Organizational Change and promote Equity: using the Diversity-Inf
- Betsy McAlister Groves, Jenifer Goldman Fraser and Carmen Rosa Noroña presented at the NCTSN 2016 All-Network Conference:
- Promoting Self-Reflection in Trauma-Informed Care: Understanding Implicit Bias, Privilege, and Racial Inequality (Part 1); Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW
- Dispelling the Myth of Sisyphus: Sustaining ECTs in Practice Settings; Jenifer Goldman Fraser, PhD
- Promoting Self-Reflection in Trauma-Informed Care: Understanding Implicit Bias, Privilege, and Racial Inequality (Part 2); Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW
- Addressing Race, Diversity, and Historical Trauma in CPP: Learning to Identify and Work With Diversity-Related Ports of Entry; Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW
- Utilizing Prevention and Public Health Approaches to Build Trauma Informed Systems: Highlights from Defending Childhood and NCTSN Collaborations; Betsy McAlister Groves, LICSW
- The Forgotten Children of Central America: Addressing the Needs of Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors Through Partnerships; Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW
- Neena McConnico, PhD, Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW, and Courtney Bailey, LICSW, presented at the 30th National Training Institute hosted by Zero to Three in December 2015:
- Banishing the Ghosts of Historical Trauma: Child-Parent Psychotherapy With Latin American Immigrant Mothers and Their Children; Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW
- Walking the Walk: Implementing Inclusion and Equity Principles in Early Childhood Programs With the Aid of Diversity-Informed Infant Mental Health Tenets; Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW
- Infusing Trauma-Informed Practices Into Early Childhood Education Programs; Neena McConnico, PhD, Courtney Bailey, LICSW
- "Colorism": A Legacy of Historical Trauma in Parent-Child and Client-Practitioner Relationships; Neena McConnico, PhD, Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW
- Use of the Fussy Baby FAN Approach When Working With Spanish-Speaking Families; Carmen Rosa Norona, LCSW
- Neena McConnico, PhD, received a 2015 Women of Excellence award from Youth Villages.
- Carmen Rosa Noroña presented in a webinar hosted by CWLA and the NCTSN titled "Addressing the Needs of Serving Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors" on January 22, 2015. Carmen presented with Marta Casa, LMHC, Justice Resource center; Megan Mooney, PhD, DePelchin Children's Center; and Cathi Tillman, LSW, Intercultural Coalition for Family Wellness and La Puerta Abierta/The Open.
- Jenifer Goldman Fraser co-authored an article in Child and Youth Services Review:
Implementation of a workforce initiative to build trauma-informed child welfare practice and services: Findings from the Massachusetts Child Trauma Project.
- Carmen Rosa Noroña and Neena McConnico co-authored an article in the November issue of ZERO TO THREE's Journal (Volume 34, No.2).
Colorism, A Legacy of Historical Trauma in Parent-Child Relationships: Clinical, Research, and Personal Perspectives.
Marva L. Lewis, Carmen Rosa Norona, Neena McConnico, and Kandace Thomas.
- Betsy Groves, Founder of CWVP, wrote a Letter to the Editor regarding the Boston Marathon bombing. It was publishing on April 24, 2013. Click here to read the full article.
- Jenifer Goldman Fraser, Associate Director of Research & Program Development, was interviewed regarding the Boston Marathon bombing by JewishBoston.com. Her interview was published on April 22, 1013. Click here to read the full article.
- Rick Townley of the Washington Post, cited CWVP in an article on April 17, 2013 that discussed the Boston Marathon bombing. In the article Mr. Townley lists several books that CWVP suggests for helping children who have experienced violence. Click here to read the full article.
- Betsy Groves, Founder of CWVP, participated in a Podcast on April 16, 2013 hosted by Harvard to discuss how both parents and teachers can discuss with their children the meaning and impact of the recent tragedy in Boston. Click here to listen to the Podcast.
- Jenifer Goldman Fraser and Carmen Rosa Noroña presented at The Steven J. Parker Memorial Developmental-Behavioral Pediatric Conference: Clinical Problems in Primary Care on March 9, 2013.
Evidence-Based Intervention for Children Exposed to Maltreatment: State of the Science and Implication for Practice and Research
Jenifer Goldman Fraser, PhD
Infusing Fussy Baby into Pediatric Settings: Lessons Learned From the Field
Margot Kaplan Sanoff, EdD and Carmen Rosa Noroña, MSW, MS Ed
- Carmen Rosa Noroña, MS Ed, co-authored three articles in the November issue of ZERO TO THREE's Journal (Volume 33, No.2). The articles are:
Infant Mental Health Professional Development: Together in the Struggle for Social Justice
Maria Seymour St. John, Kandace Thomas, and Carmen Rosa Noroña with The Irving Harris Foundation Professional Development Network Tenets Working Group
From Tenet to Practice: Putting Diversity-Informed Services Into Action
Chandra Ghosh Ippen, Carmen Rosa Noroña, and Kandace Thomas
Broadening The Scope: Next Steps in Reflective Supervision Training
Carmen Rosa Noroña, Mary Claire Heffron, Sara Grunstein, and Ayannakai Nalo
- The Child Witness to Violence Project and two of CWVP's clinical staff, Carmen Rosa Noroña, MS Ed, and Marta Casas, MA, were featured in the The National Child Traumatic Stress Spring 2012 newsletter: IMPACT: Special Edition on Culture and Trauma. Click on this link to read more.
- Marta Casas, MA, presented the webinar: Cultural Implications of Secondary Traumatic Stress in English and the first-ever Spanish webinar. Click here to learn more.
- The National Child Traumatic Stress IMPACT: Spring 2012 Newsletter Special Edition on Culture and Trauma
- Real Stories, Real Impact: Healthy Child Development
- Youth Today: The Newspaper on Youth Work - Healing the Smallest Victims
- Moving From Evidence to Action: Safe Start Center Series on Children Exposed to Violence - Issue Brief #2 Pediatric Care Settings
- NECN Testimonial. To view, click here.