Ashley L. Landers
Department of Human Development and Family Science
7054 Haycock Rd.
Falls Church, VA 22043
703-538-3796 | email@example.com
Ashley Landers is an assistant professor of human development and family science at Virginia Tech.
Accepting new grad students: Yes
In need of students for research team: Yes
Name of research team: American Indian Birthmother Study
- Families in child welfare
- First Nations families in child welfare
- Reunification, adoption, placement instability
- Family therapy interventions
- Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
- Clinical Fellow, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
- Approved Supervisor, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
- American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Dissertation Award (2017)
- American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Minority Fellow (2014-2016)
- National Council on Family Relations Honors (2016)
Landers, A. L., Patton, R., & Reynolds, M. (Eds.). (2016). Family therapy glossary. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Landers, A. L., McLuckie, A., Cann, R., Shapiro, V., Visintini, S., MacLaurin, B., Saini, M., Trocmé, N., & Carrey, N. J. (in press). A scoping review of evidence-based interventions available to parents of maltreated children ages 0-5 involved with child welfare services. Child Abuse & Neglect.
Landers, A. L., Danes, S. M., Harstad, J., & White Hawk, S. (in press). Finding their way home: Factors associated with reunification for American Indian and White adults. Children and Youth Services Review. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.09.002
Landers, A. L., Bellamy, J. L., Danes, S. M. & White Hawk, S. (in press). Internalizing and externalizing behavioral problems of American Indian children in the child welfare system. Children and Youth Services Review. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.08.014
Landers, A. L. & Danes, S. M. (2016). Forgotten children: A critical review of the reunification of American Indian children in the child welfare system. Children and Youth Services Review, 71, 137-147. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2016.10.043
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