|TINA MASCHI, PhD, LCSW, ACSW, Assistant Professor
B.A., Douglas College: M.S.W., Ph.D., Rutgers University
Dr. Tina Maschi is an assistant professor at the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service in New York City. She is a 2010 recipient of the competitive Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholars Program Award, which is funded by the Hartford Foundation and the Gerontological Society of America (GSA). She is the principal investigator for the research project, "Trauma, coping resources, and well-being among older adults in prison". She also has received intramural research grants and fellowships for her research. Dr. Maschi also is a 2009 recipient of the Council on Social Work Education’s Faculty Scholar’s Award for the research project for Promising Practices in Social Work Research Education.
Dr. Maschi also has over 15 years of clinical social work and research experience in juvenile and criminal justice settings and community mental health settings. She also is a professional musician and integrates the use of creative arts interventions for improving well-being and feelings of community and empowerment among diverse populations, including youth, older adults, women, and professionals in high stress positions. She is currently coordinator of the Human Rights and Social Justice Course Sequence. She teaches research, practice, and the foundation human rights and social justice courses at the Lincoln Center and Westchester Campuses at the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service.
Highlights of Dr. Maschi's Projects:
Be the Evidence Project
Moving Stories Project
Dr. Maschi can be reached via telephone 212-636-6633 or email at: email@example.com or visit her website at:
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND PUBLICATIONS
Dr. Maschi’s research interests and publications are in the following areas:
- Life Course Trauma and Stress, Coping, and Well-Being (Victims and/or Offenders)
Interdisciplinary Practice/Forensic Social Work (particularly, the practice intersection that involves Aging, Physical and Mental Health, and Criminal Justice)
- Human Rights and Social Justice: The Translation to Research and Practice
- The Use of Arts and Alternative interventions for individual and Social Change and Well-Being (e.g., Recreational Drumming)
SELECT PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (IN PRESS)
Maschi, T., Morgen, K., Zgoba, K., Courtney, D., & Ristow, J. (in press). Trauma, stressful life events, and post traumatic stress symptoms: Do subjective experiences matter? The Gerontologist.
Maschi, T., & Schwalbe, C. (in press). Unraveling probation officers’ practices with youth with histories of trauma. Social Work Research.
Maschi, T., & Gibson, S. (in press). Schema behind bars: Trauma, age, and ethnicity and offenders’ world assumptions. Traumatology.
Maschi, T., Perillo, J., & Courtney, D. (in press). Releasing their stories: A qualitative study of juvenile justice-involved youth with histories of mental health issues and violence. Journal of Forensic Social Work.
Maschi, T., MacMillan, T., Pardasani, M., Lee, J., & Moreno, C. (in press). A bachelor's of social work oral history project with older adults with diverse immigration histories. Educational Gerontology.
Schwalbe, C., & Maschi, T. (in press). Confronting delinquency: Probation officers use of coercion and client centered tactics to foster youth compliance. Journal of Research on Crime and Delinquency.
Wells, M., Maschi, T., Yoder-Slater, G. (in press). Integration of research and practice: Innovations and challenges in social work programs. Social Work Education.
Bradley, C., Maschi, T., Morgen, K., O'Brien, H., Ward, K. (in press). Faithful but different: Clinical social workers speak out about values and career motivation. Journal of Social Work Education.
MacMillan, T., Maschi, T., & Tseng, Y. (in press). Validation of a measure of subjective well-being for a recreational drumming intervention. Families In Society.
SELECT PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Maschi, T., Dennis, K., Gibson, S., MacMillan, T., Sternberg, S., & Hom, M. (2011). Trauma and stress among older adults in the criminal justice system: A review of the literature with implications for social work. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 54, 347-360.
Maschi, T., & Killian, M. (2011). The evolution of forensic social work in the United States: Implications for 21st century practice. Journal of Forensic Social Work (Inaugural Issue), 1(1), 8-36.
Maschi, T., Gibson, S., Zgoba, K., & Morgan, K. (2011). Trauma and Life Event Stressors among Young and Older Adult Prisoners. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 17(2), 160-172.
Maschi, T., Baer, J., & Turner, S. (2011).The psychological goods on clinical social work: a content analysis of the clinical social work and social justice literature. Journal of Social Work Practice, 25(2), 233-253.
Maschi, T., & Perez, R., & Gibson, S. (2010). Examining gender differences in service utilization among children: Nature, nurture, or social networking? Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 27(3), 177-191.
Maschi, T., & Bradley C. (2010). Recreational drumming: A creative arts intervention strategy for social work teaching and practice. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 15, 53-66.
Maschi, T., Probst, B., & Bradley, C. (2009). Mapping social work students’ perceptions of the research process: A qualitative exploration. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 14(2), 63-78.
Schwalbe, C., & Maschi, T. (2009). Investigating probation strategies with juvenile offenders: The influence of officers’ attitudes and youth characteristics. Law and Human Behavior, 33, 357-367.
Maschi, T., Morgen, K., & Smith-Hatcher, S.; Scotto Rosato, N., & Violette, N. (2009). Maltreated children’s thoughts and emotions as behavioral predictors: Evidence for social work action. Social Work, 54, 135-143
Maschi, T., Schwalbe, C., Morgen, K., & Gibson, S., & Violette, N. (2009). Exploring the influence of gender on adolescents’ service needs and service pathways. Children and Youth Services Review, 31(2), 257-264.
Smith Hatcher, S., Maschi, T., Morgen, K., & Toldson, I.A. (2009). Exploring the impact of racial and ethnic differences in the emotional and behavioral responses ofmaltreated youth: Implications for including cultural factors in the discussion. Children and Youth Services Review, 31, 1042-1048.
Schwalbe, C., Smith-Hatcher, S., & Maschi, T. (2009). The effects of treatment needs and prior social services utilization on juvenile court decision making. Social Work Research, 33, 31-40.
Maschi, T., Smith Hatcher, S., Schwalbe, C., & Scotto Rosato, N. (2008). Mapping the social service pathways of youth to and through the juvenile justice system: A comprehensive review. Children and Youth Services Review, 30(12), 1376-1385.
Maschi, T., & Bradley, C. (2008). Exploring the moderating influence of delinquent peers on the link between trauma, anger, and violence among male youth: Implications for social work practice. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 25(1), 125-138.
Maschi, T., Bradley, C., & Morgen, K. (2008). Unraveling the link between trauma and delinquency: The mediating role of negative affect and delinquent peer exposure. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 6(2), 136-157.
Maschi, T., Morgen K., Bradley, C., & Smith Hatcher, S. (2008). Exploring gender differences in internalizing and externalizing behavior among maltreated youth. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 25, 531–547.
Maschi, T., Bradley, C., & Youdin, R., Killian, M., Cleaveland, C., & Barbera, R. (2007). Social work students and the research process: The thinking, feeling, and doing of research. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 13(1), 1-12. Bradley, C., Maschi, T., & Gilmore, K. (2007). One woman’s life journey: A case study of spirituality and activism. The Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Social Work, 26(4), 21-47.
Maschi, T. (2006). Exploring the link between trauma and delinquency: The cumulative versus differential risks. Social Work, 1, 59-75.
Maschi, T. (2006). Trauma and delinquent behavior among males: The moderating role of social support. Stress, Trauma, and Crisis: An International Journal, 9(1), 45-72.
Hirschfield, P., Maschi, T., White, H.R., Goldman-Traub, & Loeber, R. (2006). The effect of mental disorders on juvenile justice involvement. Criminology, 44(3), 1-31.
Baer, J., & Maschi, T. (2003). Random acts of delinquency: Trauma and self-destructiveness in juvenile offenders. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 20(2), 85-99.
Maschi, T., & Youdin, R. (2012). Social worker as researcher: Integrating research with advocacy. Boston: Pearson Publishing.
Maschi, T., Bradley, C., & Ward, K. (Eds). (2009). Forensic social work: Psychosocial and legal issues in diverse practice settings. New York: Springer Publishing Company.
SELECT BOOK CHAPTERS
Maschi, T., Morgen, K., Gibson, S., Stimmel, M., & Omary, A. (in press). Trauma and PTSD among juvenile justice involved youth. In E. Grigorenko(Ed.). Handbook of juvenile forensic psychology. New York: Springer Publishing.
Maschi, T., & Brown, D. (2010). Professional self-care and prevention of secondary trauma. In N.B. Webb (Ed.). Helping bereaved children: A handbook for practitioners (4th ed.). New York: Guilford Press (pp. 335-355).
Maschi, T., & Killian, M.L. (2009). Defining collaborative forensic social work with diverse populations. In T Maschi, C. Bradley & K. Ward, (Eds.). Forensic social work: Psychosocial and legal resources across diverse practice settings (pp. 3-11). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Maschi, T., & Killian, M.L. (2009). Visualizing forensic social work and collaborative practice: A social justice systems approach. In T Maschi, C. Bradley & K. Ward, (Eds). Forensic social work: Psychosocial and legal resources across diverse practice settings (pp. 21-34). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Killian, M.L. & Maschi, T. (2009). A history of forensic social work in the United States. In T Maschi, C. Bradley & K. Ward, (Eds). Forensic social work: Psychosocial and legal resources across diverse practice settings (pp. 11-21). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Maschi, T., Violette, N., Scotto Rosato, N., & Ristow, J. (2009). Juvenile justice and social work. In T Maschi, C. Bradley & K. Ward, (Eds). Forensic social work:Psychosocial and legal resources across diverse practice settings (pp. 231-254). New York: Springer Publishing Company.
Fordham University (2011). Three Faculty Members Recognized as Funded Research Scholars. Fordham Blogspot on April 11, 2011 at http://www.fordham.edu/campus_resources/enewsroom/inside_fordham/april_11_2011/news/three_faculty_member_78825.asp
Fordham University (2011). Social Workers: Art helps victims express unspeakable things. Fordham ENews Room Top Stories on March 24, 2011 at http://www.fordham.edu/Campus_Resources/eNewsroom/topstories_2067.asp
Fordham University (2011). GSS conference explores women and arts-based social work. Fordham Blogspot on March 21, 2011 at http://fordhamnotes.blogspot.com/2011/03/gss-conference-explores-women-and-arts.html
Fordham University (2011). Be the Evidence You Want to See. Fordham Blogspot on January 28, 2011 at http://fordhamnotes.blogspot.com/2011/01/be-evidence-you-want-to-see.html
Fordham University (2010). GSS Professor NABs 100k Award. Fordham Blogspot on April 22, 2010 at http://fordhamnotes.blogspot.com/2010/04/gss-professor-nabs-social-work-honor.html
Fordham University (2009). GSS Professor Publishes Social Service Text. Fordham Blogspot on October 29, 2009 at http://fordhamnotes.blogspot.com/2009/10/gss-professor-publishes-social-service.html
Flaherty, N. (2009). “Trauma and Juvenile Delinquency”. Interview on WFUV Fordham Conversations Radio Show on January 24, 2009 in the Bronx, New York (podcast at http://wfuv.streamguys.us/archive/8768.asx )
Faller-Sassi, J. (2008). “Professor charts pathways to delinquency with an eye on intervention”. My Fordham Faculty Profile on September 29, 2008. Available at: http://www.fordham.edu/campus_resources/enewsroom/inside_fordham/inside_fordham_archi/20082009/september_29_2008/in_focus_faculty_and/professor_charts_pat_30970.asp