Zilberstein, K., Gau, J., Brown, A., Burton, J., and Hatcher, A. (in press). Interprofessional collaborations in child welfare: Providers’ experiences. Journal of Public Child Welfare.

Zilberstein, K., Brown, A., Hatcher, A., Burton, J., and Gau, J. (2024). Providers’ experiences collaborating with child welfare workers: The good, the bad, and the impacts. Child Abuse & Neglect, 152.

Brown, A. and Glickman, J. (2024). What Master of Social Work students with a child welfare focus need to know about youth who sexually harm. Child Welfare, 101(5), 23 – 42.

Gau, J., Zilberstein, K., Brown, A. and English, M. (2023). The Quality of Collaboration with Child Welfare Scale (Q-CCW): Development and Validation. Developmental Child Welfare, 5(4), 161 – 172.

Brown, A. (2023, April 13). Which factors mitigate the effects of childhood trauma? Psychology Today.

Brown, A. (2023, January 2). Childhood Trauma and Trauma Symptom Expression as an Adult. Psychology Today.

Brown, A. (2023) When kids hurt kids: Working with youth who have sexually harmed. In T. Huizar & P. DiLorenzo (Eds.) Child Sexual Abuse Prevention and Investigation (pp. 45 – 72). Washington D.C.: Child Welfare League of America Press.

Brown, A. and Yoder, J. (2022). Symptoms of post-traumatic stress and sexual concerns: The intermediary effects of executive functioning on profiles of youth who have sexually harmed. Journal of Interpersonal Violence37(21-22), NP20236 – NP20258.

Brown, A. and Gardner, E. (2022). Families, mental health, and delinquency: Testing sexual crime typologies of youth who sexually harm. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 20(3), 250 – 275.

Brown, A., Yoder, J., and Fushi, K. (2022). Trauma and maternal caregivers as risks for executive function deficits among youth who have sexually harmed. Sexual Abuse, 34(1), 24 – 51.

Grady, M.D., Yoder, J., and Brown. A. (2021). Childhood maltreatment experiences, attachment, sexual offending: Testing a theory. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 36(11-12), 6183 – 6217.

Prince, J.D., Mora-Lett, O., Lalayants, M., and Brown A. (2021). Wanna grab some dinner? Social relations between helping professionals and members of community mental health or other human service organizations. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 91(4), 545 – 557.

Yoder, J., Brown, A., Grady, M. Dillard, R., and Kennedy, N. (2020). Positive caregiving styles attenuating effects of cumulative trauma among youth who commit sexual crimes. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Advance online publication.

Yoder, J., Grady, M.D., Brown. A., and Dillard, R. (2020). Criminogenic needs as intervening mechanisms in the relation between insecure attachment and youth sexual violence. Sexual Abuse, 32(3), 247 – 272.

Brown. A. and Grady, M.D. (2019). Helplessness and hopelessness in adolescents who commit sexual and non-sexual crimes. Victims and Offenders: An International Journal of Evidenced-Based Research, Policy, and Practice, 14(1), 15 – 31.

Brown. A. (2019). Using latent class analysis to explore subtypes of youth who have committed sexual offenses. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 7(4), 413 – 430.

Tan, K., Brown, A., and Leibowitz, G. (2018). School, social-communicative, and academic challenges among delinquents and juvenile sexual offenders. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal. 36(6), 577 – 585.

Sorrentino, R., Brown, A., Berard. B., and Peretti, K. (2018). Sex offenders: General information and treatment. Psychiatric Annals, 48(2) 120 – 128.

Brown, A. (2016). Masculinity is not pathology: An exploration of masculinity among juvenile sexual abusers and general delinquents. Journal of Juvenile Justice, 5(2), 121 – 133.

Brown, A., Courtney, M.E., and McMillen, J.C. (2015). Behavioral health needs and service use among those who’ve aged-out of foster care. Children and Youth Services Review, 58, 163 – 169.

Brown, A. (2011). Boys, violent behavior, and sexual abusing. FOCUS/National Association of Social Workers, Massachusetts Chapter, June 38(6).

Brown, A., and Burton, D.L. (2010). Exploring the overlap in male juvenile sexual offending and general delinquency: Trauma, alcohol use, and masculine beliefs. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, (19)4, 450 – 468.