Dr. Caroline Long Burry, Associate Professor, Chair of the Families and Children Specialization and Director of Global Initiatives
UM School of Social Work
525 West Redwood Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
MSW, University of Georgia
PhD, University of South Carolina
Evidence-informed Practices in Child Welfare
Prenatal Substance Exposure
Belcher, J. & Burry, C.L. (in press) Charismatic/Pentecostal Christians Spirituality and Treatment: The Revival Phenomenon. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions.
Fontanella, C., Zuravin, S., & Burry, C.L. (2006). The impact of Maryland's Medicaid Managed Care Program on patterns of psychiatric readmission among adolescents. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 33, 39-52.
Burry, C.L. & Wright, L. (2006). Facilitating visitation for infants with prenatal substance exposure. Child Welfare, 85, 899-918.
Reese, A. & Burry, C.L. (2005). Evaluating Maryland’s response to drug exposed babies: SB 512 Children in Need of Assistance-Drug Addicted Babies. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law.
Parrish, M.I., Burry, C.L., & Pabst, M.S. (2003). Providing comprehensive case management services to urban women with HIV/AIDS and their families. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 18, 302-315.
Burry, C.L. (2003). Working with potentially violent clients in their homes: What child welfare professionals need to know. Clinical Supervisor.
Philp, J., Cearley, S.C., Wright, L., & Burry, C.L. (2002). Writing for court: An evaluation of training outcomes for child welfare workers. Training and Development in Human Services, II, 94-107.
Burry, C.L. & Noble, L.S. (2001). The STAFF project: Support and training for adoptive and foster parents of infants with prenatal substance exposure. Journal of Social Work Practice in Addictions.
Burry, C.L. (1999). Evaluation of a training program for foster parents of infants with prenatal substance effects. Child Welfare, 78, 197-214.