- B.A. Sociology, Vassar College NY
- M.A. Social Welfare, UC Berkeley
- PhD. Social Welfare, UC Berkeley
Taylor, S. (2011). Educational and vocational exploration in vulnerable youth. Child and Youth Services, 32(4), 355-379.
Benton, A., Androff, D., David-Barr, B., and Taylor, S. (2011). Of quant jocks and qual outsiders: Doctoral student narratives on the quest for training in qualitative research. Qualitative Social Work. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1473325011400934
Taylor, S. & Anthony, E. (2011). Infusing early intervention for substance use into community mental health services for transitioning youth. Social Work in Mental Health, 9(3), 163-180.
Anthony, E., Taylor, S., & Raffo, Z. (2010). Early intervention for substance abuse among youth and young adults with mental health conditions: An exploration of community mental health practices. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 38(3), 131-141.
Cosner Berzin, S. & Taylor, S. (2009). Preparing foster youth for independent living: Collaboration between county independent living programs and community-based youth-serving agencies. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 3(3), 254-274.
Taylor, S. Engaging and retaining vulnerable youth in a short-term longitudinal qualitative study. (2009). Qualitative Social Work: Research and Practice, 8(3), 491-308. Stone, S., Austin, M., Berzin, S., Taylor, S. (2008). Exploring the knowledge base of HB&SE using the concept of reciprocity. Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment, 16(3), 89-106.
Cohen, E., Adams, N., Dougherty, R., Clark, J.D., Taylor, S. (2007). The intersection of transformation and quality in mental health treatment: Implementing the California Learning Collaborative. International Journal of Mental Health, 36(2), 21-35.
Carnochan, S., Taylor, S., Abramson-Madden, A., Han, M., Rashid, S., Maney, J., et al. (2006). Child welfare and the courts: An exploratory study of the relationship between two complex systems. The Journal of Public Child Welfare, (1)1, 117-136.
Taylor, S. (2006). Educating future practitioners of social work and law: Exploring the origins of inter-professional misunderstanding. Children and Youth Services Review. (28)6, 638-653.
Carnochan, S., Ketch, V., De Marco, A., Taylor, S., Abramson, A., & Austin, M. (2005). Assessing the initial impact of welfare reform: A synthesis of research studies. The Social Policy Journal, 4(1), 3-31.
Hastings, J., Taylor, S., Austin, M. (2005). The status of low-income families in the post-welfare reform environment: Mapping the relationships between poverty and family. The Journal of Health and Social Policy, 21(1), 33-63.
Taylor, S., Austin, M., & Mulroy, E. (2005). Evaluating the social environment component of human behavior and the social environment courses through an analysis of course outlines. The Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment, 10(3), 61-84. (Reprinted in The conundrum of human behavior in the social environment, by M. Feit and J. Wodarski, Eds., 2005, Binghamton, NY: Haworth.)
Taylor, S., Mulroy, E., & Austin, M. (2005). Social work textbooks on human behavior and the social environment: An analysis of the social environment component. The Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment, 10(3), 85-110. (Reprinted in The conundrum of human behavior in the social environment, by M. Feit and J. Wodarski, Eds., 2005, Binghamton, NY: Haworth.)
Taylor, S., Anthony, E., & Raffo, Z. (2010, October). Substance use screening for youth and young adults in community mental health. Oral paper presentation at the annual conference of the Council for Social Work Education, Portland, OR.
Taylor, S., Wright, P., Brodie, K., Phan, P., & Woods, D. (2010, April). Teaching praxis: Values, goals, and challenges. Oral paper presentation in the session, Down Here on the Ground: Connecting Theory to the Real World for Our Students. Organized by Barnes, M. at the Annual Pacific Sociological Association Conference, Oakland, CA.
Beck, J. & Taylor, S. (2010, April). Alcohol and drug use among lower-income college students. Oral paper presentation in the roundtable, Working Class Studies. Organized by Torlina, J. & Hauhart, R. at the Annual Pacific Sociological Association Conference, Oakland, CA.
Taylor, S. (2010, March). Community mental health provider attitudes about alcohol and other drug screening for transition-age youth with serious mental illness. Poster presentation at the CSUEB Faculty Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Poster Exhibit, Hayward, CA.
Taylor, S. (2009). Young adults’ perspectives on social support during transition to postsecondary work/education. Oral paper presentation in the symposium Transition to Adulthood: Services and Natural Supports Associated with Success. Organized by Clark, H.B. at the Annual System of Care for Children’s Mental Health conference, Tampa, FL.
Taylor, S.A., Anthony, E., Cohen, E., & Haber, M. (2009, January). Alcohol and other drug prevention for transition age youth with mental illnesses. Oral roundtable presentation at the annual conference of the Society for Social Work Research, New Orleans, LA.
Cohen, E., Snowden, L., Taylor, S., & Pintak, I. (2009, January). Early results from the California Learning Collaborative evaluation. Oral paper presentation delivered by E. Cohen in the symposium Integrating Research and Practice in Social Service Systems. Organized by S. Taylor at the annual conference of the Society for Social Work Research, New Orleans, LA.
Taylor, S., Miller, B.A., Ames, G., & Bourdeau, B. (2008, July). Why you should think before you drink: How parents communicate about the risks of alcohol use to their older teenagers. Poster presentation at the annual conference of the Research Society on Alcoholism, Washington, D.C.
Miller, B.A., Ames, G.M., Bourdeau, B., and Taylor, S. (2008, May). Protective factors over the years: Strategies for monitoring older adolescents. Oral paper presentation delivered by B. Miller at the annual conference of the Society for Prevention Research, San Francisco, CA.
Taylor, S. (2008, January). Engaging and retaining vulnerable transition age youth in longitudinal research. Oral paper presentation in the symposium Recruitment, retention and sampling of vulnerable transition age youth in longitudinal qualitative studies. Organized by L. Abrams at the annual conference of the Society for Social Work Research, Washington, D.C.
Taylor, S. (2007, October). A typology for supporting vulnerable youth in transition to school and work. Oral paper presentation at the annual conference of the Council for Social Work Education, San Francisco, CA.
Taylor, S. (2007, February). Transitions to school and work for vulnerable emerging adults. Oral paper presentation at the 3rd Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Tucson, AZ.
Taylor, S. & Cosner Berzin, S. (2006, February). Program strengths and collaborative challenges in an urban Independent Living Skills Program. Poster presentation at the annual conference of the Council for Social Work Education, Chicago, IL
Foster, G., Sirojudin, S., Taylor, S., & Morris, M. (2011, May). Workforce development for healthcare reform. Oral presentation by colleagues (was unable to attend conference) of findings of the CalSWEC mental health curriculum analysis study as well as other related research.
Taylor, S. (2011, April). Parent advocacy for children with special needs. Guest lecture in a course on Child Advocacy taught by A. Conley in the Department of Child and Adolescent Development, San Francisco State University.
Taylor, S. (2010, December). Preliminary findings from the CalSWEC mental health curriculum analysis project. Presentation at a statewide meeting of mental health grant project coordinators and other mental health social work faculty. Loma Linda University, Ontario, CA.
Woods, D., Taylor, S., Manopoulos, M., Mahendra, N., Ituarte, S. (2010, September). Incorporating diversity issues into course curricula. Presentation at Back to the Bay faculty conference, California State University, East Bay, Hayward, CA.
Taylor, S. (2008, March). Mental Health Service Act (MHSA), Prevention and Intervention Planning, Data Briefs for Yolo County, Woodside, CA. Presentation of local data to community stakeholders to inform the MHSA planning process. Presentation arranged through consulting agreement with the California Institute of Mental Health.
Taylor, S. (2008, February). ATLAS.ti qualitative analysis software workshop. University of California, School of Social Welfare, Berkeley, CA.
Taylor, S. (2003-2007 – multiple presentations). The development of professional cultures in Schools of Law and Social Work. Presentations at regional training events for legal and social work professionals in ten California locations including Mendocino, Corte Madera, Belmont, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Hayward, and Oakland. Presentations arranged through consulting agreements with the Bay Area Academy, the California Administrative Office of the Courts, Center for Families, Children and the Courts, and individual counties.
Cohen, E. & Taylor, S. (2005, May). Early psychosis and transition age youth. Presentation at From recovery to discovery: Transition age youth conference, Long Beach, CA.
Principal Investigator, Mental Health Curriculum Content Analysis Project, 2010. Zellerbach Foundation, sub-award through Loma Linda University.
Project Coordinator, CalSWEC Mental Health Stipend Program, 2009-2011. California Social Work Education Center. Co-Principal Investigators: Evaon Wong-Kim and Dianne Rush Woods.
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Prevention Science Research Training Program, National Institute of Health, National Institute for Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, T32 AA014125-04, Program Director: Genevieve Ames.
Associate Research Scientist, Family Strengths in Preventing Adolescent Drug Use, 2007-2009. National Institute of Health, National Institute for Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, R01 AA01552301A2, Principal Investigator: Brenda Miller.
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