Dr. Shapiro serves as Director of the South Carolina Center of Excellence in Evidence-Based Intervention, initially established in January of 2016 through support of the Palmetto Coordinated System of Care and the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Currently independently supported by a range of projects, the mission of the Center is to support South Carolina agencies and organizations in the selection and implementation of evidence-based interventions to promote youth and family well-being and to address challenges related to social, emotional, and behavioral problems in children, youth, and families
Please check back for more details to come as we announce a new project "Engaging and Training WIth Compassion" in collaboration with the SC Department of Mental Health and the SC Resilient Schools Initiative!
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RECENT PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Kilburn, J. & Shapiro, C.J.
(April, 2018). The Structure and Function of Social Networks of Mothers of Young Children with Disabilities. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/0271121418767306
Shapiro, C. (2018). Centers of Excellence: An Opportunity for Academic Training in Social Work. Journal of Social Work Education. 54:sup1, S65-S75, DOI: 10.1080/10437797.2018.1434439
DeHart, D., Shapiro, C, & Clone, S. (2018). “The pill line is longer than the chow line:” Impact of incarceration on prisoners and their families. The Prison Journal, 98(2), 188-212. DOI: 10.177/0032885517753159
Kilburn, J. & Shapiro, C, & Hardin, J.W. (2017). Linking Implementation of Evidence-Based Parenting Programs to Outcomes in Early Intervention. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 70, 50-58.
Shapiro, C., & DeHart, D. (2017). Understanding families impacted by incarceration: Use of a unique data source (Research Note). Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services. 98(2), 97-101; DOI: 10.1606/1044-3894.2017.98.14
DeHart, D., & Shapiro, C. (2016). Integrated administrative data & criminal justice research. American Journal of Criminal Justice. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12103-016-9355-5
Shapiro, C., Malone, P.S., Gavazzi, S. (2016). Modifying a Risk Assessment Instrument for Youthful Offenders. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. DOI: 10.1177/0306624X16656931
Prinz, R.J., Sanders, M.R., Shapiro, C.J., Whitaker, D.J. & Lutzker, J.R. (2016).
Addendum to “Population-Based Prevention of Child Maltreatment: The U.S. Triple P System Population Trial”, Prevention Science. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11121-016-0631-x
Lize, S.E., Andrews, A.B., Whitaker, M.P., Shapiro, C., Nelson, N. (2014). Exploring adaptation and fidelity in parenting program implementation: Implications for practice with families. Journal of Family Strengths, 14,1,8 available: http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/jfs/vol14/iss1/8/.
Shapiro, C., Kilburn, J., & Hardin, J. (2014). Prevention of Behavior Problems in a Selected Population: Stepping Stones Triple P for Parents of Young Children with Disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 35, 2958-2975.
Shapiro, C., Prinz, R., & Sanders, M.R. (2014). Sustaining Use of an Evidence-based Parenting Intervention: Practitioner Perspectives. Journal of Child and Family Studies. DOI 10.1007/s10826-014-9965-9.