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johanna greeson

  • PhD, MSS, MLSP
  • Assistant Professor
  • Uuniversity of Pennsylvania
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Research interests

The transition to adulthood among youth who age out of foster care; Natural mentoring and other supportive adult relationships for youth who age out of foster care; Child traumatic stress; Applied community-based intervention research and translation of r

About

Dr. Greeson is passionate about reforming the child welfare system, using research to build better futures for youth who age out of foster care, and realizing the power of connections to caring adults for all vulnerable youth. Her research agenda is resiliency-focused and based in the strengths and virtues that enable foster youth to not only survive, but thrive. Dr. Greeson’s published work includes scholarly articles on natural mentoring, evidence-based practices for youth in foster care, residential group care, intensive in-home therapy, low-income homeownership, and child/adolescent traumatic stress.

Co-authors (52)

  • Kizzy Lopez

Publications (5)

  • Traumatic Childhood Experiences in the 21st Century: Broadening and Building on the ACE Studies With Data From the National Child Traumatic Stress Network

    • Greeson J
    • Briggs E
    • Layne C
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    21Citations
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  • Links between child and adolescent trauma exposure and service use histories in a national clinic-referred sample

    • Briggs E
    • Fairbank J
    • Greeson J
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    26Citations
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  • Trauma Exposure, Psychosocial Functioning, and Treatment Needs of Youth in Residential Care: Preliminary Findings from the NCTSN Core Data Set

    • Briggs E
    • Greeson J
    • Layne C
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    31Citations
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  • Complex trauma and mental health in children and adolescents placed in foster care: Findings from the national child traumatic stress network

    • Greeson J
    • Briggs E
    • Kisiel C
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    91Citations
  • Changes in family functioning and child behavior following intensive in-home therapy

    • Barth R
    • Greeson J
    • Guo S
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    14Citations
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Uuniversity of Pennsylvania

June 2012 - Present

Education

PhD

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill