The Children’s Village President and CEO Dr. Jeremy Kohomban testified before the NYC Council’s Committee on Juvenile Justice on September 21. Citing research and frontline experience, his testimony highlighted the critical need for family engagement to the long-term success of youth involved with the justice system. Dr. Kohomban concluded with three specific recommendations. More Info
Publications and Presentations
Lindsay, Avril (Co-Authored with Aubrey H. Fine & Christine Bowers).”Incorporating Animal-Assisted Interventions in Therapy With Boys At Risk.” Engaging Boys in Treatment: Creative Approaches to the Therapy Process (The Routledge Series on Counseling and Psychotherapy with Boys and Men). Routledge, 115-33.
Baker, A.J.L., Marc Archer, Patrick Curtis (2007). Child Welfare: Youth Characteristics Associated with Behavioral and Mental Health Problems During the Transition to Residential Treatment Centers, 5-29.
Kohomban, J. K., (2007). Protecting America’s Children: The Need for a Federal Commitment to the Child Welfare System. Presentation at the New York City Child Welfare Forum.
Kaplan, E (2007). Paradox and Free Will in the Treatment of Involuntary Sex Offenders. Presentation at the New York State Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers and Alliance Conference, May 3 & 4, 2007.
Lindsay, A. (2007). Dog Assisted Group Psychotherapy. Presentation at
Westchester Group Psychotherapy Society, Valhalla, NY.
Kohomban, J. K. (2006). Open Society Institute: Beyond Foster Care, audio available http://www.soros.org/resources/events/beyond_20060725
Kohomban, J. K. (2006). New York Judicial Institute – Interventions to reduce disproportionality and minority over-representation.
Kohomban, J. K. (2005). Residential Treatment: No Longer a Placement of Last Resort? Childrenâ€™s Services Update.
Kymissis P., Lindsay A (Feb 2004). Dog Assisted Group Psychotherapy for Adolescents. American Group Psychotherapy Association Annual Meeting, New York
Lindsay, A. (2005). Uses of Animal Assisted Therapy. New York State Children’s Mental Health Coalition.
Lindsay, A. (2005). Animal Assisted Therapy The Westchester Psychiatrist Vol.33, no.1.
Lindsay, A. (June 2004). Uses of Animal Assisted Therapy. Mercy First, Long Island NY.
Lindsay, A. (July 2004). Uses of Animal Assisted Activities. Columbia Presbyterian Hospital Outpatient Clinic, NY, NY.
Lindsay, A. (September 2004). Differences in Animal Assisted Therapy and Activities. Green Chimneys, New York, NY.
Lindsay, A. (November 2004). Uses of Dogs in Animal Assisted Therapy. Deveraux Residential, New York, NY.
McDonald, R. G. (November 2006). The Management of Risk. Caring Cultures: Empowerment, Safety and Resilience, The NYS Coalition for Children’s Mental Health Services, Bolton Landing, NY.
Quayyum, S., & Baker, A.J.L. (2001). The Children’s Village Crisis Residence Program: An innovative model for preventing psychiatric hospitalization of children in an RTC who experience psychiatric crisis. Presentation at the New York State Office of Mental Health Best Practices Conference, June 10-13, New York.
Baker, A.J.L., Schneiderman, M., & Parker, R. (2001). A survey of problematic sexualized behaviors of children in the New York City Child Welfare System. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 10, 67-80.
Baker, A.J.L., Tabacoff, R.., Tornusciolo, G., & Eisenstadt, M. (2001). Calculating the number of offenses and victims of juvenile sexual offending: The role of post-treatment disclosures. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 13, 79-90.
Baker, A.J.L., Olson, D., & Mincer, C. (2000). The WAY to Work: An independent living/aftercare program for high-risk youth. Forward by Nan Dale, Former President/CEO, The Childrenâ€™s Village Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.