Caroline Long

Caroline BurryCaroline Long, Associate Professor, Chair of the Families and Children Specialization and Director of Global Engagement 

Contact Information:
Phone: (410) 706.3509
Room: 5E39
Long CV


Mailing Information:
School of Social Work
525 West Redwood Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201


MSW, University of Georgia
PhD, University of South Carolina

Expertise and Research Interests

Evidence-Informed Practices in Child Welfare;  International Social Work; Smart Decarceration

Recent Publications

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.