Sonya J. Leathers, Ph.D.

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2000 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Area:
Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Social Structure and Development, Developmental Psychology
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Irene Elkin grad student 2000 Chicago
 (Behavioral disturbance among foster children: The role of detachment from caregivers and community institutions.)
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Leathers SJ, Spielfogel JE, Geiger J, et al. (2019) Placement disruption in foster care: Children's behavior, foster parent support, and parenting experiences. Child Abuse & Neglect. 91: 147-159
Leathers SJ, Spielfogel JE, Blakey J, et al. (2018) Correction to: The Effect of a Change Agent on Use of Evidence-Based Mental Health Practices. Administration and Policy in Mental Health
Leathers SJ, Melka-Kaffer C, Spielfogel JE, et al. (2016) Use of evidence-based interventions in child welfare: Do attitudes matter? Children and Youth Services Review. 70: 375-382
Spielfogel JE, Leathers SJ, Christian E. (2016) Agency Culture and Climate in Child Welfare: Do Perceptions Vary by Exposure to the Child Welfare System? Human Service Organizations, Management, Leadership & Governance. 40: 382-396
Spielfogel JE, Leathers SJ, Christian E. (2016) Agency Culture and Climate in Child Welfare: Do Perceptions Vary by Exposure to the Child Welfare System? Human Service Organizations Management, Leadership and Governance. 1-15
Leathers SJ, Spielfogel JE, Blakey J, et al. (2015) The Effect of a Change Agent on Use of Evidence-Based Mental Health Practices. Administration and Policy in Mental Health
Leathers SJ, Strand TC. (2013) Increasing Access to Evidence-Based Practices and Knowledge and Attitudes: A Pilot Study Research On Social Work Practice. 23: 669-679
Leathers SJ, Spielfogel JE, Gleeson JP, et al. (2012) Behavior problems, foster home integration, and evidence-based behavioral interventions: What predicts adoption of foster children? Children and Youth Services Review. 34: 891-899
Jantz I, Rolock N, Leathers SJ, et al. (2012) Substitute care entry: the relationship between race or ethnicity and levels of county organization. Child Abuse & Neglect. 36: 771-81
Leathers SJ, Spielfogel JE, Gleeson JP, et al. (2012) Behavior problems, foster home integration, and evidence-based behavioral interventions: What predicts adoption of foster children? Children and Youth Services Review. 34: 891-899
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