Publications

Publications

  • Cisse, D., Cruz Pearson, E., Halper, A.J. (2015). Written comments to The Permanent Commission on Access to Justice.
  • Halper, A.J. (2014). Written Comments. The Task Force to Expand Access to Civil Legal Services in New York: Report to the Chief Judge of the State of New York.
  • Reich, W. A. (2013). Medication adherence feedback intervention predicts improved human immunodeficiency virus clinical markers.  The International Journal of Nursing Practice, 19, 577 – 583.  doi: 10.1111/ijn.12100
  • Fuger, K. L., Reich, W. A. (2012). Accessing Child Developmental Services Predicts Placement of Substance- and HIV-Affected Children in Abandoned Infants Assistance Programs. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 2474 – 2480.
  • Halper, A. J. (2011). Written Comments. The Task Force to Expand Access to Civil Legal Services in New York: Report to the Chief Judge of the State of New York, 942-952.
  • Reich, W. A., Lounsbury, D., Zaid-Muhammad, S., & Rapkin, B. (2010). Forms of social support and their relationships to mental health in HIV-positive persons. Psychology, Health, and Medicine, 15, 135 – 145.
  • Reich, W. A., & Ahn, E. K. (2008). Family Pride: A multifamily intervention that works. The Source: The National Abandoned Infants Resource Center, 18, 20 – 22.
  • Reich, W. A., & Hudis, J. (2007). Self-reported physical abuse history as a risk factor in permanency planning. The Source: The National Abandoned Infants Resource Center, 16, 21 – 24.
  • Reich, W. A. (2007). Accuracy of Self-Reported CD4 Counts in HIV-Positive Family Center Clients. The Family Center Series on Program Assessment and Evaluation.
  • Reich, W. A., & Rubin, R. M. (2007). Prototypical images in condom scripts among AIDS-bereaved adolescents. AIDS Education and Prevention, 19, 83 Ð 96.
  • Draimin, B. H., & Reich, W. A. (2005). Troubled Tapestries: Children, Families, and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in the U.S. In G. Foster, C. Levine, and J Williamson (Eds.), A generation at risk: The global impact of HIV/AIDS on orphans and vulnerable children (pp. 213 Ð 231). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Reich, W. A., & Hudis, J. (2005). Assessing clients’ progress through a permanency planning program. Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services, 4, 81 Ð 95.
  • Silver, E. J., Bauman, L. J., Camacho, S., & Hudis, J. (2003). Factors associated with psychological distress in urban mothers with late-stage HIV/AIDS. AIDS and Behavior, 7, 421 Ð 431.
  • Lockhart McKelvy and Barbara Draimin. Their Second Chance: Grandparents Caring for Their Grandchildren, Invisible Caregivers: Older Adults Raising Children in the Wake of HIV/AIDS. Columbia University Press, 2002.
  • Jan Hudis and Jerome Brown. Custody and Permanency Planning, Invisible Caregivers: Older Adults Raising Children in the Wake of HIV/AIDS. Columbia University Press, 2002.
  • Jan Hudis. Designing Mental Health Services for Families Affected by Life-Threatening Illness, The Source, Volume 11. No. 2, Spring 2002.
  • Bauman, L. J., Camacho, S., Silver, E. J., Hudis, J., & Draimin, B. (2002). Behavioral problems in school-aged children of mothers with HIV/AIDS. Clinical Child Psychology, 7. 39 Ð 54.
  • Rotheram-Borus, M. J., Lee, M. B., Gwadz, M., & Draimin, B. (2001). An intervention for parents with AIDS and their adolescent children. American Journal of Public Health, 91, 1294 Ð 1302.
  • Draimin, B. H., Gamble, I., Shire, A., & Hudis, J. (1998). Improving permanency planning in families with HIV disease. Child Welfare Journal, 77, 180 Ð 194.
  • Rotheram-Borus, M. J., Robin, L., Reid, H. M., & Draimin, B. H. (1998). Parent-adolescent conflict and stress when parents are living with AIDS. Family Process, 37, 83 Ð 94.
  • Rotheram-Borus, M. J., Draimin, B. H., Reid, H., & Murphy, D. (1997). The impact of illness disclosure and custody plans on adolescents whose parents live with AIDS. AIDS, 11, 1159 Ð 1164.
  • Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus, Debra Murphy, Barbara Draimin, Sutherland Miller. An Intervention for Adolescents Whose Parents are Living with AIDS, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol. 2(2): 201-219, 1997.
  • Randye Retkin, Gary L. Stein, Barbara Draimin. Attorneys and Social Workers Collaborating in HIV Care: Breaking New Ground, Fordham Urban Law Journal, Volume XXIV, Number 3, 1997, 533-566.
  • Barbara Draimin, Carol Levine, and Lock McKelvy, AIDS and its Traumatic Effects on Families Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma: An International Handbook. New York, Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1995.
  • Barbara Draimin, Lock McKelvy. Mental Health Services for HIV Affected Populations in New York City: A Program Perspective, New York, Public Coalition of Voluntary Mental Health Agencies, Inc., 1995.
  • Carol Levine, Barbara Draimin, Laurie Bauman. Is This Custody Plan Viable? Ten Questions to Consider. The Source. Berkeley, CA: National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center, Volume 5, Number 2, Fall 1995.
  • Carol Levine, Gary Stein, Barbara Draimin, Ivy Gamble. In Whose Care and Custody? Placements and Policies for Children Whose Parents Die of AIDS, New York: The Orphan Project, 1994.

Video Publications

  • “Bigger Than This Manhattan” (1998)
    This sensitive video takes viewers into the lives of kids from age 6 to 15 who are living with a parent with HIV/AIDS. For some children, this film is the first time they have publicly spoken about their lives. They share their feelings about how hard, frightening and lonely it can be. They also show how strong, resilient and spirited they are. The children speak of the difficulty of revealing their situation to peers and adults, and describe the responsibilities they assume in caring for their parents. Produced by The Family Center, this video is an excellent resource to share with children in similar situations, therapists, guidance counselors, youth workers and for support groups for ill parents.
  • >“A Gift for My Children” (1995)
    This twenty-minute Family Center video illustrates some of the issues families are confronted with as they try to create a custody plan for their children. This video is designed for professionals to use with families and as a training tool for professionals.