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Tina Maschi

Assistant professor, Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service

Tina Maschi, PhD, LCSW, ACSW is an assistant professor at the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, licensed clinical social worker, president-elect of the National Organization of Forensic Work, and regional co-coordinator for the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association. Her research and scholarship is at the intersection of aging, mental health and criminal justice involvement. She has received intramural and extramural funding, including the prestigious2 010 Hartford Social Work Scholars Award for the research study, Trauma, Coping Resources, and Well-Being among Older Adults in Prison;

She teaches social work research and human rights and social justice at the MSW level and qualitative research at the doctoral level. She has over 60 peer reviewed journal articles in interdisciplinary journals using quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research mostly on the mental health and criminal justice consequences of life course trauma. She is the lead author of the book, Social Worker and Researcher: Integrating Research with Advocacy with Dr. Robert Youdin. Her upcoming coauthored book with Dr. Allison Zippay on qualitative research for social work will be released in 2013.

Dr. Maschi also has over 10 years of clinical social work experience in community mental health and correctional settings, including the use of the arts for individual and social change.

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