NAPSW Forum Articles By Category – 1990-2015

All articles from back issues of The Forum are listed here by category through 2015.  This list is updated on a yearly basis.  Back issues of the Forum through 2009 are available to members on this website and can be accessed here.   To access an issue of The Forum prior to 2009, please contact Margery Pentland.

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Access to Care

Prenatal and OB Access Project: A Case Study
Autumn 1995, Volume 15 (4)

Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting

Social Workers’ Challenges in Reaching Out to Teens
Mary Kay Martin Heldman, LISW-S and Leah Smith, LSW, MSW
Spring 2013, Volume 33 (2)

Developing ‘Anticipatory Guidance’ in Working with Adolescent Moms
Mayra Soto, LCSW
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

The Prevention of Premature Births to Teen Mothers: What is a Social Worker’s Role?
Heather Sloane, LCSW
Winter 2005, Volume 25 (1)

Adolescent Parenting in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Lisa Pearson, LCSW
Autumn 1996, Volume 16 (4)

Country Living: A Multidimensional Approach to Rural Health Care Delivery for Pregnant Teens and Their Families
Susan Charlotte Blanton, RN
Winter 1995, Volume 15 (1)

Initiating a Teen Clinic in an HMO
Amy Corey, MSW, ACSW and Margery Pentland, MSW, ACSW
Winter 1993, Volume 13 (1)

I’m Only 16, But… Adolescent Parents in the Hospital
Susan Kocik, MSW
Winter 1991, Volume 11 (1)

Adoption

Complications from an Adoption in Triplicate
Dasi Schlup, MSW, LCSW
Winter 2016, Volume 36 (1)

Mothers Planning Adoption:  Advocy at the Hospital and Beyond
Susan Ogden
Autumn 2013, Volume 33 (4)

Road to Adoption: Allies and Adversaries
The Roles and Perspectives of Hospital-based Social Workers and Adoption Social Workers in Adoption Planning
Susan Henning, LMSW, ACSW and Kristine A. Faasse, LMSW
Spring 2006, Volume 26 (2)

Open Adoption: Weighing The Pros and Cons
Barbara J. Menard, MSW, LCSW
Winter 2006, Volume 26 (1)

Long Term Issues for Birth Mothers: A Retrospective Study
Jean M. Haase, MSW, CSW and Elizabeth M. Karry, MSW
Spring 1999, Volume 19 (2)

Adoption: The Perinatal Social Worker’s Role in the Process
Cathy McNally, MSW, MPH
Spring 1999, Volume 19 (2)
Spring 1994, Volume 14 (2)

Adoption: A Perinatal Social Workers Guide to Supporting New Mothers Considering Adoption
Janice Goldwater, LCSW-C
Autumn 1997, Volume 17 (4)

Reducing Hospital Chaos for Birth Mothers Planning Adoption
Estelle Eiseberg, MSW, CSW
Spring 1996, Volume 16 (2)

Airway Management

Social Work Practice in Family Centered Airway Management
Jean M. Lawrence, MSSA, ACSW
Winter 1990, Volume 10 (1)

Ambiguous Genitalia

Sex, Lies and Ambiguous Genitalia
Barbara Neilson, MSW, CSW
Winter 1999, Volume 19 (1)

Antepartum

The Antepartum Social Work Visit: Opportunities for Engagement, Assessment, Case Management and Clinical Support
Janet O’Hare, LCSW
Spring 2008, Volume 28 (2)

Helping Antepartum Women on Long Term Bedrest: Practical Solutions to an Impractical Problem
Patricia J. Lieber, MSW, LICSW
Spring 1997, Volume 17(2)

“Come as You Are” A Support Group for Pregnant Women Hospitalized for Bedrest
Kristine Stewart, ACSW
Autumn 1993, Volume 13 (4)

Attachment

Teaching Parents about the Importance of Attachment for Babies’ Brains
Judith L. M. McCoyd, PhD, LCSW
Autumn 2014, Volume 34 (4)

Issues in Attachment – Part Two
Barbara J. Menard, MSW, LCSW
Winter 2013, Volume 33 (1)

Issues in Attachment- Part One
Barbara J. Menard, MSW, LCSW
Autumn 2012, Volume 32 (4)

Maternal Attachment in Pregnancy and Fetal Loss: A Bio-Psycho-Social-Assessment
Judith L.M McCoyd, QCSW, LCSW
Spring 2001, Volume 21 (2)

Maternal Attachment in Fetal Loss: A Bio-Psycho-Social-Assessment Part 2
Judith LM McCoyd, QCSW, LCSW
Summer 2001, Volume 21 (3)

The Mary Bridge Parenting Partnership: Using Attachment Theory in an Abuse Prevention Program
Jamie Kautz, MSW
Autumn 1999, Volume 19 (4)

Award for Excellence

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Shari Munch, PhD, LCSW
Lisa Baker, LCSW
Summer 2016, Volume 36 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Mary Denato, LCSW
Rasa Ragas, LCSW
Summer 2015, Volume 35 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Linda DeBaer, LCSW
Rasa Ragas, LCSW
Summer 2014, Volume 34 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Lisa R. Baker, LCSW, PhD
Debby Segi-Kovach, LCSW
Summer 2013, Volume 33 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Dawn M. Raadt, LSW
Debby Segi-Kovach, LCSW
Summer 2012, Volume 32 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Barbara J. Menard, LCSW
Dawn Raadt, MSW, LSW
Summer 2011, Volume 31 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Judie McCoyd, Ph.D, QCSW, LCSW
Dawn Raadt, MSW, LSW 
Summer 2010, Volume 30 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Anne-Marie Hallman, MSW, LCSW
Dawn Raadt, MSW, LSW
Summer 2009, Volume 29 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Sharon Williams, MSW, LISW
Dawn Raadt, MSW, LSW
Summer 2008, Volume 28 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Deborah Calvert, MSW, LSW
Anne-Marie Hallman, LCSW
Summer 2007, Volume 27 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Margery Pentland, MSW, LICSW
Anne-Marie Hallman, LCSW
Summer 2006, Volume 26 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Debra Segi-Kovach, MSSA, LCSW
Margery Pentland, LICSW
Summer 2005, Volume 25 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Elissa Truitt Kopf
Summer 2004, Volume 24 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Kay Ammon
Elissa Truitt Kopf, LSW
Summer 2003, Volume 23 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Denise Knoebel
Summer 2002, Volume 22 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Laura Grant (Dillard)
Summer 2001, Volume 21 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Edward Walwork
Denise Knoebel, MSW
Summer 2000, Volume 20 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Leora Hughes
Denise Knoebel, MSW
Summer 1999, Volume 19 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Joni Hardcastle
Denise Knoebel, MSW
Summer 1998, Volume 18 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Sally Mack
Joni Hardcastle, MSW
Summer 1997, Volume 17 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Cathy Cook, LCSW
Joni Hardcastle, MSW
Summer 1996, Volume 16 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Audrey Hauser
Summer 1995, Volume 15 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Brenda Crumpton Sumrall
Spring 1994, Volume 14 (2)

NAPSW Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work: Lori Sheckter
Audrey H. Hauser, ACSW
Summer 1993, Volume 13 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence: Nancy B. Harold, ACSW
Summer 1992, Volume 12 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence: Regina Furlong Lind, ACSW
Brenda C. Sumrall, ACSW
Summer 1991, Volume 11 (3)

NAPSW Award for Excellence: Carol K. Mahan, ACSW
Brenda C. Sumrall, ACSW
Summer 1990, Volume 10 (3)

Bedrest — see Antepartum

Birth Center

A Safe Start: High Risk Mothers in an Out-of-Hospital Birth Center
Janet O’Hare, LCSW
Winter 2006, Volume 26 (1)

Book Reviews (beginning with 2001 Volume 21)

Somebody’s Else’s Kids
by Torey Hayden
Reviewed by Beth Paul, LSW
Winter 2017, Volume 37 (1)

Breathe: A Memoire of Motherhood, Grief, and Family Connection
Kelly Kittle
Reviewed by Danielle Hardley, MSW Social Work Intern
Autumn 2016, Volume 36 (4)

Andy Warhol Was a Hoarder: Inside the Minds of History’s Great Personalities
by Claudia Kalb
Reviewed by John V. Silipigni, LCSW, MBA, CCM, ACM
Summer 2016, Volume 36 (3)

Disasters and Vulnerable Populations: Evidence-Based Practice for the Helping Professions by
Lisa R. Baker and Loretta A. Cormier
Kelsey Gustaveson and Lisa Stanford, Social Work Interns
Spring 2016, Volume 36 (2)

Three Little Words, & Three More Words Memoirs by Ashley Rhodes-Courter
Tiffany Hanff
Winter 2016, Volume 36 (1)

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain
Lisa Baker, LCSW
Autumn 2015, Volume 35 (4)

Trauma Stewardship: Everyday Guide to Caring for Self While Caring for Others by Laura van Dernoot Lipsky
Petra Vybiralova, Johns Hopkins Medicine MSW Graduate student at St. Leo’s University
Summer 2015, Volume 35 (3)

Expecting Adam: A True Story of Birth, Rebirth, and Everyday Magic by Martha Beck
Beth Paul, LSW
Spring 2015, Volume 35 (2)

The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander
Carlyn Mast, Social Work Intern
Winter 2015, Volume 35 (1)

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
Shelly Bunker. LCSW
Autumn 2014, Volume 34 (4)

Ghost Belly by E. Heineman
Arrianna Patton, MSW Student
Summer 2014, Volume 34 (3)

Katie’s Premature Brother by Elizabeth Hawkings-Walsh
Dasi Schlup, MSW, LCSW
Spring 2014, Volume 34 (2)

My Sister (Brother) Is Like A Baby Bird by Amy Tiller
Dasi Schlup, MSW, LCSW
Spring 2014, Volume 34 (2)

Loving and Letting Go by Deborah L. Davis, PhD
Ning Jiang, MSW Candidate & JaNeen Cross, LSW, MBA
Winter 2014, Volume 34 (1)

Coming to Term: A Father’s Story of Birth, Loss, and Survival by William H.Woodwell, Jr.
Barbara J. Menard, LCSW
Autumn 2013, Volume 33 (4)

Far From the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity by Andrew Soloman
Jennifer Pannunzio, LCSW
Summer 2013, Volume 33 (3)

For The Love of Babies: One Doctor’s Stories About Life in the Neonatal ICU by Sue Hall, MD
Nancy Williams, MSW Student
Spring 2013, Volume 33 (2)

Collaborative Consultation with Parents and Infants in the Perinatal Period by Zack Boukydis, PhD
Dasi Schlup, MSW, LCSW
Winter 2013, Volume 33 (1)

Everything is Normal Until Proven Otherwise by K. W. Dennis, I.S. Lourie
Sara Bleattler, BSW, MSW Intern
Autumn 2012, Volume 32 (4)

Fragile Beginnings: Discoveries and Triumphs in the Newborn ICU by Dr. Adam Wolfberg
Lisa R. Baker, PhD
Summer 2012, Volume 32 (2)

Our Heartbreaking Choices, Ed. by Christine Brooks
Deborah L. Davis, PhD
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

Premie Parents: 26 Ways to Grow with Your Premature Baby by Tami C. Gaines
Cheryl L. Reeley, LCSW, MS
Autumn 2011, Volume 31 (4)

I Will Carry You: The Sacred Dance of Grief and Joy by Angie Smith
Nicole Siciliano, MSW Intern
Summer 2011, Volume 31 (3)

A Gift of Time: Continuing Your Pregnancy When Your Baby’s Life is Expected to Be Brief by
Amy Kuebelbeck & Deborah L. Davis, PhD
Elizabeth Benson Woolner, BSW, Social Work Intern
Spring 2011, Volume 31 (2)

The Mystery of Risk: Drugs, Alcohol, Pregnancy, and the Vulnerable Child by
Ira J. Chasnoff, MD
Winter 2011, Volume 31 (1)

Perinatal and Postpartum Mood Disorders: Perspectives and Treatment Guide for the Health Care Practitioner
Susan Dowd Stone, MSW, LCSW & Alexis E. Menkin, Ph D, eds.
Autumn, 2010, Volume 30 (4)

Almost Home: Stories of Hope and the Human Spirit in the Neonatal ICU by Christine Gleason, MD, Kaplan Publishing, 2009
Diane Glenn, MSW, LASW
Summer 2010, Volume 30 (3)

The Postpartum Husband: Practical Solutions for Living with Postpartum Depression by Karen Klieman, MSW
Kara Marriott, LICSW
Spring 2010, Volume 30 (2)

The NICU Rollercoaster by Nicole E. Zimmerman & Edward J. Sprague – Xlibris Corporations, publishers, July 2008
Allison Martin
Autumn 2009, Volume 29 (4)

The Child Who Never Grew by Pearl S. Buck – Woodbine House, 1992
Lisa K. Welborn, MSW
Spring 2009, Volume 29 (2)

Beyond the Blues: A Guide to Understanding and Treating Prenatal and Postpartum Depression by Shoshana S. Bennett, Ph.D. & Pec Indman, Ed.D., MFT—Moodswings Press, 2006 2nd ed.
Andrea Memo, MSW intern & Mimi Slatoff, MSW, LSW
Winter 2009, Volume 29 (1)

Unspeakable Losses: Healings from Miscarriages, Abortions, and Other Pregnancy Loss by Kim Kluger-Bell – Harper Paperbacks, 2000
Sarah Heil-Brenny, MSW Intern
Autumn 2008, Volume 28 (4)

Supporting Siblings & Their Families During Intensive Baby Care by Linda Rector – Paul H. Brookes Publishing, Inc., 2007
Leora Hughes, MSW, LCSW
Winter 2008, Volume 28 (1)

Companioning at a Time of Perinatal Loss by Jane Heustis, RN and Marcia Jenkins, RN
Tara Gimbel, MSW Intern
Winter 2007, Volume 27 (1)

When Survivors Give Birth – Understanding and Healing the Effects of Early Sexual Abuse on Childbearing Women by Penny Simkin, PT and Phyllis Klaus, CSW, MFT – Classic Day Publishing, Seattle, Washington 2004
Joni Hardcastle, MSW, LICSW
Autumn 2006, Volume 26 (4)

Down Came The Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression by Brooke Shields
Lizette M. Ovalle, BSW
Summer 2006, Volume 26 (3)

The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down by Anne Fadiman
Cynthia Sutton Edwards
Spring 2005, Volume 25 (2)

We Are Not Alone – Twenty stories of hope, heroism, heartache, and healing as told by the parents of children treated in the NICU
Children’s Medical Ventures, South Weymouth, Maine
Dagmar Cushing, MS
Autumn 2004, Volume 24 (4)

Coming To Term: A Father’s Story of Birth, Loss, and Survival by William H. Woodwell, Jr., University of Mississippi Press, 2001
Anne-Marie Hallman, LCSW
Winter 2004, Volume 24 (1)

Stop Walking On Eggshells by Paul T. Mason, MS & Randi Kreger, New Harbringer Publications, Inc. 1998
Dawn M. Raadt, LSW
Autumn 2003, Volume 23 (4)

Breast Feeding

Breastfeeding: A Protective Factor Against Child Maltreatment
A Poster Presentation
Janeen Cross, DSW, MSW, MBS, LCSW
Summer 2015, Volume 35 (3)

Supporting Mothers Who Breastfeed
Janet O’Hare, LCSW
Summer 2007, Volume 27 (3)

Caring

CaringBridge: A Lifeline for Parents and Families
Kathy Tomlinson
Summer 2008, Volume 28 (3)

Compassion Fatigue: A Normal Consequence of Working in an Abnormal Situation
Kelley Clark, MSW
Autumn 1998, Volume 18 (4)

Love That’s Tough Enough for Social Work
Donna Britt
Summer 1997, Volume 17 (3)

Why Do We Keep Caring? And What Happens When We Stop?
Donna Britt
Autumn 1997, Volume 17 (4)

Care for the Caregiver: Stop in the Name of Love
Judy Davis, LCSW
Autumn 1990, Volume 10 (4)

Care for the Caregiver – Caring for Medical Residents
Abby Kirschner, ACSW
Autumn 1990, Volume 10 (4)

Change

Beyond Client Advocacy: Mobilizing the Client as His Own Advocate
Kay Ammon, LCSW, BCD, QSW
Winter 2003, Volume 23 (1)

Motivating Clients to Change: A Creative Partnership
Joni Hardcastle, MSW and Margery Pentland, ACSW
Winter 1996, Volume 16 (1)

Survey Analysis: Changes in Social Work Delivery
Christy McMurren, MSW
Autumn 1994, Volume 14 (4)

It Couldn’t Happen to Me: Transition: Social Worker-Parent-Activist
Sherri Loeb, MSW, ACSW
Spring 1992, Volume 12 (2)

Charting

What Are Your Charts Saying About You? – An Accurate Professional Record Reflects Good Habits
Laura Rowland, LCSW & Shelly Bunker, LCSW
Spring 2011, Volume 31 (2)

Co-Dependency

The Recovering Co-dependent as Helping Professional
Rick Calkins, Ed.S
Winter 1992, Volume 12 (1)

Complicated Families

Complicated Families in the Health Care System
Gloria Wingenbach, LCSW
Winter 1997, Volume 17 (1)

Critical Incident Stress Management

Critical Incident Stress Management: Surviving the Tough Days
Murray N. Firth
Summer 1998, Volume 18 (3)

Critical Incident Stress Management in Perinatal Social Work
Vard R. Miller, MSW
Autumn 1992, Volume 12 (4)

Cross-Cultural Issues

Working with Undocumented Families
Mary Kay Martin Heldman, LISW, MSW & Barbara Shappie, MSW, LSW
Winter 2011, Volume 31 (1)

¿Qué pasa?: Prenatal Care Outcomes for Spanish-Speaking Patients
Silvia J. Richard, RN & Mary Kay Heldman, LICSW, MSW
Winter 2009, Volume 29 (1)

Smoothing the Waters for Compassionate Health Care: Transcultural Proficiency
Christina Glick, MD, FAAP
Winter 2004, Volume 24 (1)

How to Survive and Thrive in a Multicultural, Multilingual Setting
Kay Ammon, MSW, LCSW, BCD
Spring 2002, Volume 22 (2)

“Are You Black, White or What?” The Conception of Identity for the Biracial Family
Pamela A. Williams, MSS, LSW
Winter 1999, Volume 19 (1)

Pride in Parenting: A District of Columbia Initiative to Reduce Infant Mortality in Minority Populations
Carol Dixon, Joyce Mason and Melissa Ruboy
Spring 1998, Volume 18 (2)

The Influence of Cultural and Religious Beliefs on Attitudes Towards Medical Care: Implications for Working with the Latina Perinatal Patient
Wendy Kohlhase, Ph.D.
Winter 1997, Volume 17 (1)

The Power of Engaging the African-American Family in Therapy
Miriam L. Robinson, MSW
Autumn 1992, Volume 12 (4)

Befriending Demons: Cross-Cultural Elements of Healing
Terry Tafoya, PhD and Douglas Wirth, BSW
Summer 1992, Volume 12 (3)

Decision Making

A Continuum of Decision Making in Pregnancy
Judith McCoyd, ACSW
Autumn 1999, Volume 19 (4)

Delivering Difficult Information

Techniques for the Delivery of Difficult Information
Brenda Sumeral
Spring 1993, Volume 13 (2)

Depression — See Perinatal Mood Disorders

Discharge Planning/Home Care

Maryland's PRIDE: A State -of-the-Art Early Intervention Program for Preterm and Medically Fragile Infants
Brenda Hussey-Gardner, PhD, MPH & Megan Fleury, BA
Autumn 2013, Volume 33 (4)

Better Outcomes—at Home: the Loyola NICU Integrated Home Care Program: Thirteen Years Experience
Christine H. Sajous, MD, FAAP
Spring 2009, Volume 29 (2)

Soothing Babies Safely: Implementing A Bedside Prevention Education Program
Stephanie Berry, BS & Michele Saysana, MD, FAAP
Autumn 2008, Volume 28 (4)

Pro-Active Discharge Planning in a Perinatal Setting
Beth Mosele, LMSW-ACP
Autumn 1995, Volume 15 (4)

Wee Beginnings: Assistance for a Safe Start
Marilyn L. Drukin, MSS, LSW
Autumn 1994, Volume 14 (4)

From Hospital to Home
Cathy Babin Weil, LCSW and Maria McColley, MSW
Spring 1992, Volume 12 (2)

Social Work in Home Health Care Program Working with Technology Dependent Children
Eleanor Kilbourn, MSW
Autumn 1991, Volume 11 (4)

Domestic Violence

Danger Lurking – At Home: Opportunities & Limitations in Addressing Intimate Partner Violence in the Perinatal Context
Ellen O’Donovan, LCPC
Summer 2013, Volume 33 (3)

Understanding Domestic Violence
Trudy McFadden
Spring 2004, Volume 24 (2)

Domestic Violence During Pregnancy: A Protocol for Prevention and Intervention
Elizabeth Byrd, RN, MSW
Winter 1997, Volume 17 (1)

Domestic Violence and Pregnancy Bibliography
Denise Knoebel, MSW
Winter 1997, Volume 17 (1)

Embryo Relinquishment

What’s in a Name? Relinquishing Embryos for Family Building
Marilyn S Paul, PhD, LCSW
Autumn 2012, Volume 32 (4)

Ethical Issues

Ethical Issues in Human Milk Exchange
Naomi Bromberg Bar-Yam ACSW, Ph.D.
Spring 2017, Volume 37 (2)

Ethical Dilemmas: A Social Worker’s Role in Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Kristin Gossett, LSW
Spring 2017, Volume 37 (2)

Complex Ethical Issues in Perinatal Social Work
Frederic G. Reamer, Ph.D.
Autumn 2016, Volume 36 (4)

Ethics Rounds in the NICU
Joan Hebert, LCSW, ACSW and Linda Lowman, M. Ed.
Summer 2009, Volume 29 (3)

Ethical Considerations of Standards of Care for Infants with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
Catherine Dunseith, BSW, RSW and Heather Moon, BSW, RSW
Winter 2004, Volume 24 (1)

Mother-Midwife Relationship: An Ethical Analysis of Enduring Partnership After Newborn Death
Catherine Morrison, BSW and Kelley Clark, MSW
Winter 1998, Volume 18 (1)

Ethical Issues in Perinatal Social Work
Candace C. Gauthier, PhD
Autumn 1990, Volume 10 (4)

Legal and Ethical Issues in Social Work Practice in Perinatal Settings
Kathleen E. Murphy, PhD, LCSW
Winter 1990, Volume 10 (1)

Evaluating Practice

Evidence Based Practice in Perinatal Social Work
Lisa Baker, PhD, LCSW
Summer 2004, Volume 24 (3)

Evaluating Practice in Perinatal Settings: Group Designs
Lisa Baker, PhD, LCSW
Autumn 2000, Volume 20 (4)

Family Violence

Zero to Three Issues Report on Caring for Infants and Toddlers Exposed to Violence
Summer 1994, Volume 14 (3)

Factitious Illness by Proxy

Respiratory Problems in Infancy and Factitious Illness by Proxy
Ian Mitchell, MB, FRCPC and Geoffery Fisher, MB, FRCPC
Autumn 1996, Volume 16 (4)

Fathers

A Dad’s Perspective on the NICU
Ranford Richardson
Winter 2011, Volume 31 (1)

Man to Man: How Forming a Successful Fathers’ Group Can Build Trust and Calm Fears in the NICU
Karen M. Singer, LMSW
Winter 2011, Volume 31 (1)

Classic Comments (Spoken to a NICU Dad)
Jeff Stimpson
Summer 2003, Volume 23 (3)

Reflections of an NICU Dad
Fred Kacher
Autumn 2002, Volume 22 (4)

Bootcamp for New Dads
Benn Belden, Coach
Autumn 2000, Volume 20 (4)

Fathers Network Web Site
Autumn 1999, Volume19 (4)

Gender Differences and Perinatal Loss: The Male Perspective
Diane Gregerson-Bowe, MSW, ACSW
Autumn 1994, Volume 14 (4)

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

What is the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?
Chahira Kozma, MD
Spring 1998, Volume 18 (2)

Field Instruction

The Good, the Bad and the Awful: Supervising Social Work Students in the Field
Mary Kay Martin Heldman, LISW-S, MSW
Summer 2011, Volume 31 (4)

The Field Practicum: Working with the Student Intern
Deborah A. Calvert, MSW, LSW
Winter 2008, Volume 28 (1)

Field Instruction: Integrating Theory into Practice
Deborah A. Calvert, MSW, LSW
Winter 2007, Volume 27 (1)

Film Review

Capturing a Short Life – a documentary about families dealing with infant loss
Dimestore Productions, Inc.
Sheona McDonald
Winter 2009, Volume 29 (1)

Forum

Forum Founder Passes the Torch
Margery Pentland, LICSW
Summer 2010, Volume 30 (3)

Dave Warren Retires as Editor of NAPSW Forum
Margery Pentland, LICSW
Summer 2008, Volume 28 (3)

For First-time Writers, Forum is an Easy Place to Start
Martha Ransohoff Adler, MSW
Autumn 2005, Volume 25 (4)

It’s Not Magic: Writing for NAPSW Forum
Martha Ransohoff Adler, MSW
Autumn 2003, Volume 23 (4)

Genetic Counseling

Determinism or Influence - New Information on Genetics and Behavioral Health
Judith L. M. McCoyd, PhD, LCSW, QCSW
Winter 2014, Volume 34 (1)

Birth Defects, Genetics and Genetic Counseling
Diane Masser-Frye, MSW, MS
Autumn 2001, Volume 21 (4)

Grandparents

Grandparents Parenting: The Second Time Around
Diana Le Grande-Fiorino, MSW and Joan E. Tierney, MSW
Autumn 1992, Volume 12 (4)

Grief

FOR THOSE IN GRIEF - The Role and Benefits of Expressive Writing
Mary C. Mueller, LICSW
Spring 2017, Volume 37 (2)

HOPE is the thing with feathers…
Kelly Kittle
Winter 2017, Volume 37 (1)

An Annual Day-Long Bereavement Workshop For Parents and Siblings
Phoebe Chase Ramsey, MSW, LICSW
Autumn 2016, Volume 36 (4)

When A Baby Dies – A Panel’s Perspective
Charlene Chambers; Kerstin and Jens Locher; Meghan Neufeld; and Darcy Smith
Autumn 2015, Volume 35 (4)

Helping Children Cope with Grief and Loss
Tammy Cochran, M.Ed., LPC
Spring 2015, Volume 35 (2)

Forget Me Not: Finding Hope and Healing in the Midst of Heartbreak
Mindy Lewis, MSW, LSW
Autumn 2014, Volume 34 (4)

Perinatal Grief Volunteers Healing Themselves through Outreach
Nancy Berlow, LCSW
Winter 2014, Volume 34 (1)

Hope in Hard Times
Laurie Chameides, LCSW and Rose Cardenas, LCSW
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

Identifying and Working with Grieving Parents
Kristi A. Dyer, MD, MS
Winter 2012, Volume 32 (1)

Beyond the Bereaved – hidden Witnesses to Loss in the NICU
Liza G. Cooper, LMSW
Summer 2010, Volume 30 (3)

Involving Siblings ‘in the Moment’ of Acute Grief
Jennifer Pannunzio, LCSW and Shelly Bunker, LCSW
Spring 2010, Volume 30 (2)

How Perinatal Death Affects Life: In an Instant Life is Forever Changed, or Is It?
Pat Schweibert, RN

Spring 2009, Volume 29 (2)

How Perinatal Death Affects Life (Part II)
Pat Schweibert, RN
Summer 2009, Volume 29 (3)

When There Isn’t A Victory Lane: Companioning and the Hard Work of Perinatal Loss
Jane Heustis, RN, BSN & Marcia Jenkins, RN, ASN
Winter 2009, Volume 29 (1)

Beginning to Heal: Rituals and Interventions for Families Experiencing Pregnancy Loss
Laurie Chameides. LCSW
Autumn 2008, Volume 28 (4)

An Important Component of Perinatal Social Work: Counseling after Perinatal Loss
Jean M. Batten, MSW, LCSW
Spring 2008, Volume 28 (2)

Bringing Care, Hope and Love: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Neonatal Loss
Shirleen Cox, MSW, LCSW
Autumn 2005, Volume 25 (4)

L.A.S.T. – A Paradigm that Makes a Difference: Compassionate Care after Perinatal Death
Joanne Cacciatore-Garard, MSW
Spring 2005, Volume 25 (2)

Pregnancy Interrupted: Navigating Non-normative Loss of a Desired Pregnancy After Diagnosis of Fetal Anomaly
Judith L.M. McCoyd, PhD, QCSW, LCSW
Autumn 2004, Volume 24 (4)

Maternal Attachment in Pregnancy and Fetal Loss: A Bio-Psycho-Social-Assessment
Judith LM McCoyd, QCSW, LCSW
Spring 2001, Volume 21(2) and Summer 2001, Volume 21 (3)

Pregnancy After Loss
Joann O’Leary, MPH, MS
Autumn 2000, Volume 20 (4)

Developing Perinatal Bereavement Standards: Finding Our Place Within the Changing Health Care Setting
Mary Lynn Acee, CSW, ACSW and Barbara Bushart-Hanitz, CSW-R, ACSW
Winter 1999, Volume 19 (1)

Mother-Midwife Relationship: An Ethical Analysis of Enduring Partnership After Newborn Death
Catherine Morrison, BSW and Kelley Clark, MSW
Winter 1998, Volume 18 (1)

What Happened to the Other? Losing a Twin or a Multiple: A Unique Grief Situation Requiring Special Interventions by Health Care Professionals
Dagmar Cushing, MS
Spring 1997, Volume 17 (2)

Perinatal Bereavement: It’s Not All the Same
Judith McCoyd, ACSW, LSW
Autumn 1997, Volume 17 (4)

Multiple Birth Loss and the NICU/Hospital
Jean Kollantai and Lisa Fletcher
Spring 1995, Volume 15 (2)

Relating Trauma Theory to Perinatal Loss
Verla Hirsch, MSW, ACSW
Autumn 1995, Volume 15 (4)

Gender Differences and Perinatal Loss: The Male Perspective
Diane Gregerson-Bowe, MSW, ACSW
Autumn 1994, Volume 14 (4)

Perinatal Bereavement and Advocacy: When Mother Has Used Cocaine
Michelle L. Rennert, ACSW
Autumn 1993, Volume 13 (4)

Parallel Process: Handling Our Grief While Working with Grief
Judith Calica, AM, LCSW, BCD
Winter 1991, Volume 11 (1)

HIV/AIDS

Women and HIV/AIDS
Lenora Calsada, LCSW, MPH
Winter 2002, Volume 22 (1)

Advances in the Prevention of Perinatal HIV Infection
Laura Hoyt, MD
Spring 2001, Volume 21 (3)

HIV Disease and Pregnancy: Chasing the Changing Recommendations
Brett J. Loechelt, MD
Spring 1998, Volume 18 (2)

Motivation for Pregnancy in HIV Infected Women
Joyce Preisinger, MSW, Leslie Hartley Gise, MD, and Judy Mason, MSW
Spring 1995, Volume 15 (2)

Pediatric HIV Infection: A Family Disease
Michael T. Brady, MD, LaVone Calloway, MSW, LSW, and Linda Crim, RN
Winter 1994, Volume 14 (1)

HIV Infection: An Overview
Debra Katz, MSW
Spring 1990, Volume 10 (2)

Humor

The Case for Humor
Lyn L. Hester
Autumn 2005, Volume 25 (4)

The Use and Abuse of Humor in Perinatal Social Work Settings
Brenda C. Sumrall, ACSW
Autumn 1991, Volume 11 (4)

Hyperemisis

Hyperemesis Gravidarum: A Case for Sex-Biased Diagnosing
Shari Munch
Spring 1991, Volume 11 (2)

Immigration

The Impact of Immigration on the NICU
Kay Ammon, MSW
Winter 1995, Volume 15 (1)

Infant Abduction

Infant Abduction: One Hospital’s Experience
John V Silipigni, LCSW, MBA, CCM, ACM
Winter 2015, Volume 35 (1)

Infant Memorial

“Why?” A NICU Memorial
Dr. Douglas Carbine, USN
Summer 2001, Volume 21 (3)

Infant Mortality

Infant Mortality – Baltimore takes on the Elephant in the City
Min Kim, CHES, Tamira Dunn,MS and Veronica Land-Davis, LCSW
Winter 2017 Volume 37 (1)

Pride in Parenting: A District of Columbia Initiative to Reduce Infant Mortality in Minority Populations
Carol Dixon, Joyce Mason and Melissa Ruboy
Spring 1998, Volume 18 (2)

Infant Mortality: Implications for Social Work and Social Policy
Carol K. Mahan, MSW
Spring 1990, Volume 10 (2)

Infertility

A Study Sheds Light on How Women Experience Infertility
Lisa Henshaw, MSW, LCSW
Spring 2013, Volume 33 (2)

Infertility: How it can lead to Posttraumatic Growth
Harriette Rovner-Ferguson, LCSW with Marilyn S. Paul, Ph.D., LCSW
Winter 2010, Volume 30 (1)

Coping With Infertility: Patient Advocacy Groups & Health Care Professionals
Ellen Dugan, MSW and Donna Dealy
Spring 2002, Volume 22 (2)

Infertility Counseling for the Perinatal Social Worker: An Overview of Therapeutic Issues and Interventions
Linda Hammer Burns, PhD
Spring 2001, Volume 21 (3)

Previously Infertile Couples and the Newborn Intensive Care Unit
Regina Furlong Lind, Rebecca L. Pruitt, and Dorothy Greenfeld
Autumn 1990, Volume 10 (4)

Innovative Program/Research Grant

To Understand & Document a Pregnant Woman’s Experience of Medical Treatment Decision-Making When She is Dependent on Prescription Opioids – Heather Howard, LICSW
Summer 2013, Volume 33 (3)

Inspirational

Discovering Our Differences: Celebrating Our Common Ground
Brenda Crumpton Sumrall, LCSW, ACSW, BCD
Summer 1995, Volume 15 (3)

Food for Thought
Cathy Babin Weil, MSW
Summer 1994, Volume 14(3)

New Life and New Hope: Inspiring a Shared Vision
Barbara White, PhD, ACSW
Summer 1991, Volume 11(3)

Integrative Modalities

Integrative Modalities in the Care of Perinatal Patients and Staff
Christine Shippen, MS, RNC-OB, IBCLC, RLC
Spring 2014, Volume 34 (2)

Interdisciplinary Teams

Getting the Most Out of Interdisciplinary Teams: Collaboration or Turf Wars?
Marianne Brandon, M.Div., BCC and Aimee Maas, MSW, LISW-S
Autumn 2009, Volume 29 (4)

Intimate Partner Violence — see Domestic Violence

Legal Issues

Legal and Ethical Issues in Social Work Practice in Perinatal Settings
Kathleen E. Murphy, PhD, LCSW
Winter 1990, Volume 10 (1)

Managed Care

Managed Care: Can Less Ever Be More?
Charlotte W. Collins, JD
Summer 1996, Volume 16 (3)

Marketing Yourself as a Perinatal Social Worker — see Practice Issues

Marijuana — see Substance Use/Abuse

Maternal Attachment

Maternal Attachment in Pregnancy and Fetal Loss: A Bio-Psycho-Social-Assessment
Judith LM McCoyd, QCSW, LCSW
Spring 2001, Volume 21(2)

Medical Students

Developing a Medical Student Course: Another Role for Perinatal Social Work
Patricia E. Fertel, ACSW, LISW
Autumn 1991, Volume 11 (4)

Mental Health

Understanding and Managing Personality Disordered Parents
Cathie Delewski
Spring 2011, Volume 31 (2)

Decreasing Re-Occurrence of Spontaneous Abortion by Mental Health Intervention (TLC Program)
Gretchen Sewall, RN, LICSW
Spring 2002, Volume 22 (2)

Short- and Long-term Effects of Deprivation in Early Life: Lessons from Post-Institutionalized Eastern European Orphans
Dana E. Johnson, MD, PhD
Winter 2001, Volume 21 (1)

An Infant Mental Health Perspective
Alicia F. Lieberman, PhD
Winter 2001, Volume 21 (1)

She Need to Talk and I Needed to Listen: An Infant Mental Health Intervention
Deborah J. Weatherston, MA
Winter 2001, Volume 21 (1)

Crisis and Opportunity: Working with Mentally Ill Parents
Kathy Wilmering, RN, MSW
Winter 1992, Volume 12 (1)

Mental Retardation

Parents with Mental Retardation: Whose Limits Are We Talking About Anyway
Marilyn Espe-Sherwindt
Winter 1994, Volume 14 (1)

Military Families

Working With Military Families: A Perinatal Perspective
Susan Solbeck, LCSW
Summer 2002, Volume 22 (3)

Multiple Births

Multiple Birth Loss and the NICU/Hospital
Jean Kollantai and Lisa Fletcher
Spring 1995, Volume 15 (2)

What Happened to the Other? Losing a Twin or a Multiple: A Unique Grief Situation Requiring Special Interventions by Health Care Professionals
Dagmar Cushing, MS
Spring 1997, Volume 17 (2)

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) /Newborn Intensive Care Unit

Interdisciplinary Recommendations for Psychosocial Support of NICU Parents
JaNeen Cross
Winter 2017, Volume 37 (1)

The Shorter Stay NICU Experience
Melissa Gehl, LCSW, Lori Gunther, MA, Kimberly Paap, and Laura Miller
Spring 2015, Volume 35 (2)

Trauma’s Role on the NICU Stage: A Preliminary Study with Mothers Contributes Evidence for Trauma-Informed Practices in Perinatal Social Work
Kelly Ransom, PhD and Hannah Raiden-Wright, LCSW, MPH
Spring 2015, Volume 35 (2)

When NICU Children Are Not Safe At Home
JaNeen Cross, MSW, MBA, LCSW, ACSW
Winter 2015, Volume 35 (1)

My Baby is Going Home From the NICU – Now What?
Diane Bugbee, MSW, Liz Jordan-Shook, and Theresa Soares
Spring 2010, Volume 30 (2)

How Families See Cross-Cultural Care: A Canadian Team Examines Views From Both Families and Health Care Providers in the NICU
Dianne Knox, MSW, RSW; David Nicolas, Ph.D.; Michele Durrant, RN, BSc, MSc, ANPE; Jonathan Hellmann, MBBCH, FRCP©; Bonnie Fleming-Carroll, ARN, MN, ACNP; Eden Dales, MSW, RSW
Winter 2010, Volume 30, (1)

Parent-Professional Communication in the NICU: What Do Parents Really Want?
Shelly Bunker, LCSW and Annette Proctor, LCSW
Winter 2008, Volume 28 (1)

The Neonatal-Perinatal Social Worker’s Role: Extremely Low Birth Weight Newborns
Jonathan Muraskas, MD
Autumn 2006, Volume 26 (4)

Isabel’s Gift: A Community of Caring for NICU Families
Christa Grim
Summer 2006, Volume 26 (3)

Dancing The Dance: Making Life and Death Decisions In The Nursery
Mary K. Allare, MD, Susan Larkin, MSW and Kathryn L. Smith, JD
Spring 2005, Volume 25 (2)

Good Touches – Creating and Maintaining a NICU Cuddler Program
Dagmar Cushing, MS and Penny Ratzan, RN
Autumn 2004, Volume 24 (4)

When the Beginning Is the End: Preparing to Withdraw Life Support in the NICU
Elissa Truitt Kopf, MSSA, LSW
Spring 2003, Volume 23 (2)

Adolescent Parenting in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Lisa Pearson, LCSW
Autumn 1996, Volume 16 (4)

Multiple Birth Loss and the NICU/Hospital
Jean Kollantai and Lisa Fletcher
Spring 1995, Volume 15 (2)

The Impact of Immigration on the NICU
Kay Ammon, MSW
Winter 1995, Volume 15 (1)

“I’m Special, Too”: Psychosocial Aspects of Sibling Adjustments in the NICU
Judy Levick, ACSW and Shari Munch, MSW
Autumn 1993, Volume 13 (4)

Parent-to-Parent Support: Enriching Traditional Prenatal and NICU Care
Judy K. Levick, ACSW and Judy Lindsay, BSN, MPA
Autumn 1992, Volume 12 (4)

NICE, Newborn Intensive Care Extension: A Parent for Parent Support Group
Pamela Eltrich, MSSA, LISW and Linda Meany, MSSA, LTSW
Autumn 1991, Volume 11 (4)

Previously Infertile Couples and the Newborn Intensive Care Unit
Regina Furlong Lind, Rebecca L. Pruitt, and Dorothy Greenfeld
Autumn 1990, Volume 10 (4)

Beyond the NICU – A Case Study
Maria McColley, MSW
Winter 1990, Volume 10 (1)

NICU Staff Support and Social Work Intervention
Linda M. Vang, LCSW and Margie Kertzman, MSW
Winter 1990, Volume 1 0(1)

Palliatiave Care

A Gift of Time: Continuing A Pregnancy When A Baby’s Life is Expected to be Brief
Amy Kuebelbeck
Spring 2013, Volume 33 (2)

New Hope for Perinatal Palliative Care: Northern CA’s George Mark Children’s House
Claire Vesely, RN, BSN
Autumn 2011, Volume 31 (4)

Perinatal Palliative Care: A Pathway to Integrated Care
Lisa Welborn, MSW, LCSW
Spring 2008, Volume 28 (2)

From Birth to Death: Using Doulas with Perinatal Loss
Stacy F. Orloff, EdD, LCSW and Jane Parker, BAN, RN, ICD
Spring 2006, Volume 26 (2)

Comfort Care Principles for the High Risk Newborn
Brian S. Carter, MD, FAAP
Winter 2005, Volume 25 (1)

Taking Palliative Care into Pregnancy and Perinatal Loss: A Model for Community Collaboration
Lizabeth H. Sumner, RN, BSN
Autumn 2003, Volume 23 (4)

Baby Geena: A Case Study in Pediatric Palliative Care
Michele Chaban, MSW, PhD
Autumn 1998, Volume 18 (4)

Perinatal Loss — see Grief

Perinatal Mood Disorders

Phenomenology and Treatment
Shannon Erisman, PhD
Autumn 2016, Volume 36 (4)

Treating Perinatal Mood Disorders Through a Continuum of Care
Jacqueline Cattage, PhD and Corliss Burton, LMSW
Winter 2016, Volume 36 (1)

Reviewing The Dark Side of the Full Moon
Janeen Cross, DSW, MSW, MBA, LCSW
Summer 2015, Volume 35 (3)

High Risk Screening and Treatment in the Medical Setting
Maria E. Roman, LCSW, Lorencita Lopez, LCSW, and Marta Lopez, LCSW
Winter 2015, Volume 35 (1)

Conversations with New Mothers of Color: Living with Postpartum Depression
Carol Brownstein-Evans, PhD, LMSW, ACSW and Robert Keefe, PhD, LMSW, ACSW
Summer 2014, Volume 34 (3)

Women at Risk: A Regional Approach to a State Mandate
Susan Ellis Murphy, MS, BSN, RNC-OB, LPC
Winter 2010, Volume 30 (1)

Something’s Just Not Right
Birdie Gunyon Meyer, RN, MA
Spring 2009, Volume 29 (2)

What Do We Know? What Do We Do?
Diane Hakes, LCSW and Kim King, RN, BSN
Spring 2007, Volume 27 (2)

Screening For Postpartum Depression
Lisa Baker, Ph.D., LCSW
Autumn 2002, Volume 22 (4)

Perinatal Social Work 

Medical Futility: A Social Worker’s Role
Lauren Obidi, MSW, LGSW
Spring 2016, Volume 36 (2) 

Are You a Specialist or Generalist? Keeping Perinatal Social Work Passion and Skills with Transitional Roles
Joni Hardcastle, MSW, LICSW, and Debby Segi-Kovach, MSSA,LCSW
Spring 2016, Volume 36 (2) 

Perinatal Practicums: Graduate Social Work Students Research Care in a Western Montana OB/GYN Clinic
Melinda Cline, CLC, MSW and Kimberly Garner, CLC, MSW
Winter 2016, Volume 36 (1)

Rejuvenating Your Passion in Perinatal Social Work
Liza Cooper, LMSW
Spring 2013, Volume 33 (2)

A Perfect 10: The Ten Best Things About Being a Perinatal Social Worker
Judith L. M. McCoyd, PhD, LSCW, QCSW
Autumn 2011, Volume 31 (4)

Surviving Change and Reorganization: My Exile and Re-entry into Perinatal Social Work
Rasa M. Ragas, MSW, LSW
Summer 2011, Volume 31 (3)

Before the Storm: Helping Families Prepare for Disasters
Lisa Baker, PhD, SSW
Spring 2011, Volume 31 (2) 

Buffers Against Burnout
Brenda Sumerall Smith, PhD, LCSW, LMFT
Winter 2011, Volume 31 (1)

What Hurts, What Helps, What Heals: Part Two
Liza Gene Cooper, LMSW
Winter 2009, Volume 29 (1)

 What Hurts, What Helps, What Heals: Part One
Liza Gene Cooper, LMSW

Autumn 2008, Volume 28 (4)

Between A Rock and A Hard Place: What to Do When You Can’t Do It All
Madeleine Van Hecke, PhD
Summer 2008, Volume 28 (3)

Stepping Forward in Saving Babies
Shirleen Cox, MSW, LCSW
Spring 2007, Volume 27 (2)

The Ethics of Self-Disclosure: What Do We Tell Our Clients About Ourselves:
Heather Sloane, MSW, LCSW
Autumn 2006, Volume 26 (4)

The Social Worker as Advocate: A Lost Art?
Margot Herbert, MSW, RSW
Autumn 1996, Volume 16 (4)

The Changing Role of the Perinatal Social Worker
Leslie Kane, LMSW-ACP
Spring 1996, Volume 16 (2)

Developing a Medical Student Course: Another Role for Perinatal Social Work
Patricia E. Fertel, ACSW, LISW
Autumn 1991, Volume 11 (4)

Moving Forward with Perinatal Glasses: The Transition from Student to Social Worker
Debra Honig Bachman
Spring 1991, Volume 11 (2)

Planning for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work
Jan Simone, LCSW, LMT
Autumn 1990, Volume 10 (4)

Political Action — see Social Action

Postpartum Depression — see Perinatal Mood Disorders

Practice Issues

Putting out the Fire: Family Staff Resolution Plan
Shawnee McDowell, LCSW
Spring 2016, Volume 36 (2)

Hot Topics in Perinatal Social Work at Little Rock Conference
Anne-Marie Hallman, LCSW, Dawn Raadt, LSW, and Debby Segi-Kovach, LCSW
Winter 2013, Volume 33 (1)

“We need to talk” Easing the Difficult Conversation
Lisa Baker, PhD
Winter 2012, Volume 33 (1)

Maintaining Professional Boundaries With Families And Tips for Working with Staff Who Don’t
Kristin Vargo, MSW, LISW-S, Aimee Maas, MSW, LISW-S, Sharon Williams, MSW, LISW-S
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

When Drugs Add Risk: Collaboration with Child Protection to Serve Substance-Exposed Newborns and their Families
Catherine Miller, LCSW-C
Autumn 2010, Volume 30 (4)

Overcoming Roadblocks On The Path to Family Centered Care
Mary Schrock, BSW, Bernadette Mowry, RNC and Beth Watkins, RNC
Autumn 2009, Volume 29 (4)

Maintaining Family Centered Care in a Violent World: Keeping Families & Staff Safe
Aimee Maas, MSW, LISW and Sharon Williams, MSW, LISW
Winter 2008, Volume 28 (1)

Working with the Family
Sophia F. Dziegielewski, PhD, LCSW
Autumn 2003, Volume 23 (4)

Evaluating Practice in Perinatal Settings: Group Designs
Lisa Baker, PhD, LCSW
Autumn 2000, Volume 20 (4)

Owning and Marketing Yourself as a Social Worker
Don Boone, MSW/BCD
Summer 1990, Volume 10 (3)

Prenatal Diagnosis

Creating Normalcy In Families – Providing Support During A Life-Limiting Perinatal Diagnosis
Beth A. Kreyling, MS, CCLS & Brianna Shirley, MSW, LCSW-C
Spring 2014, Volume 34 (2)

Perinatal Clients and the Internet: Quality of On-line Support and Potential for Harm
Melissa R. Lavitt, Ph.D.
Autumn 2001, Volume 21 (4)

Counseling Prenatal Diagnosis Patients
Patricia Fertel, ACSW, LCSW
Spring 1990, Volume 10 (2)

Preterm Birth

Disturbing Studies for Late Preterm Infants
Alison Brooks, RNC, MS, CNS
Summer 2012, Volume 32 (2)

Taking Turns
Janine Kovac
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

Perinatal Social Workers Preventing Preterm Birth
Karen L. Mandel, MSW
Autumn 2010, Volume 30 (4)

Professional Relationships

Professional Relationships in the Nursery
Elizabeth Mosele, MSW, CSW-ACP, Carol Spruill Turnage, RN, MSN and Charlita Guillory, MD
Autumn 1991, Volume 11(4)

Research

It’s Not Rocket Science!: Part IV Demystifying Research
Judie McCoyd, PhD, QCSW, LCSW
Spring 2010, Volume 30 (2)

Selecting A Research Design: Part III Getting Started with Research
Lisa Baker, PhD
Spring 2010, Volume 29 (3)

NOT Starting from Scratch: Part II Getting Started with Research
Judie McCoyd, PhD & Lisa Baker, PhD
Spring 2009, Volume 29 (2)

Developing Research Strategies in Perinatal Social Work: Part I Getting Started
Judie McCoyd, PhD & Lisa Baker, PhD
Winter 2009, Volume 29 (1)

Rural Health

Country Living: A Multidimensional Approach to Rural Health Care Delivery for Pregnant Teens and Their Families
Susan Charlotte Blanton, RN
Winter 1995, Volume 15 (1)

Safe Haven

When the Alternative is a Dumpster,
Tricia Burkett, MSW
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

Siblings

“I’m Special, Too”: Psychosocial Aspects of Sibling Adjustments in the NICU
Judy Levick, ACSW and Shari Munch, MSW
Autumn 1993, Volume 13 (4)

Social Action

A Wake-up Call to Advocacy
Beth Paul, LSW
Spring 2017, Volume 37 (2) 

NASW awards HEALS program yearlong policy fellowship to JaNeen Cross, DSW, MSW, MBA
Maren Dale
Spring 2017, Volume 37 (2) 

New Administration—Many What-ifs
Olivia Flail, BSW, MSW
Intern at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
Winter 2017, Volume 37 (1) 

So What’s the Plan? Vote!
Beth Paul, LSW
Autumn 2016, Volume 36 (4) 

Being a NICU Social Worker Never Stops
Beth Paul, LSW
Summer 2016, Volume 26 (3)

Politics, Policies, and Perinatal Social Work
Tiffany Hanff, MSW
Spring 2016, Volume 36 (2)

Unintended –but Welcome—Consequences for Adoption
Antonio “Tony” Brown, BSW, Social Work Intern
Winter 2016, Volume 36 (1)

What can we do to make our families a little happier?
Beth Paul, LSW
Autumn 2015, Volume 35 (4)

Lets Take Steps to Advocacy
Beth Paul, LSW
Summer 2015, Volume 35 (3)

Advocacy at the state level…one NAPSW member’s experience
Maria McColley, MSW, LCSW
Spring 2015, Volume 35 (2)

Human Trafficking
Beth Paul, LSW
Winter 2015, Volume 35 (1)

Can You Help Me?
Beth Paul, LSW
Autumn 2014, Volume 34 (4)

Federal Emergency Management Agency vs. Perinatal Social Work
Beth Paul, LCSW
Summer 2014, Volume 34 (3)

Quality Care for Moms and Babies Act
Debby Segi-Kovach, LCSW
Summer 2013, Volume 33 (3)

Am I a Bystander? – Current Issues from Social Action Committee
Shelly Bunker, LCSW
Spring 2013, Volume 33 (2)

Social Action Committee
Amy Windels, LCSW
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

Supreme Test for Affordable Care Act
Shelly Bunker, LCSW
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

Congress’ Budget Woes Threaten Programs
Shelly Bunker, LCSW
Winter 2012, Volume 32 (1)

Social Action: Our Role as Social Workers
Amy Windels, LCSW
Autumn 2011, Volume 31 (4)

Is it Just Business as Usual?
Shirleen Cox, MSW, LCSW
Spring 2011, Volume 31 (2)

Can We Find the Needle in the Haystack?
Shirleen Cox, MSW, LCSW
Winter 2011, Volume 31 (1)

Did We Get Tired or Just Get Lazy?
Shirleen Cox, MSW, LCSW
Autumn 2010, Volume 30 (4)

The Melanie Blocker-Stokes MOTHERS Act…Passed at Last!
Shirleen Cox, MSW, LCSW
Summer 2010, Volume 30 (3)

Health Care Reform – Social Action Committee Report
Shirleen Cox, MSW, LCSW
Autumn 2009, Volume 29 (4), Winter 2010, Volume 30 (1) and Spring, 2010, Volume 30 (2)

11 Million More Children to have Health Care Coverage
Spring 2009, Volume 29 (2)

Update on the Melanie Blocker Stokes Mother’s Act
Pam Cleary, LICSW
Winter 2009, Volume 29 (1)

Is the SCHIP Sinking?
Pam Cleary, MSW, LICSW
Spring 2008, Volume 28 (2)

Updates on SCHIP and The Mother’s Act
Pam Cleary, MSW, LICSW
Winter 2008, Volume 28 (1)

Postpartum Depression Legislation Moves Forward (Somewhat…)
Pam Cleary, MSW, LICSW
Autumn 2007, Volume 27 (4)

Pending Federal Postpartum Depression Legislation
Pam Cleary, MSW, LICSW
Summer 2007, Volume 27 (3)

Postpartum Depression…It’s not too late to cast your vote!
Alison Tiedke, LCSW-C
Spring 2007, Volume 27 (2)

Women’s Health Policy—Is it Alive and Well?
Alison Tiedke, LCSW-C
Winter 2007, Volume 27 (1)

Postpartum Depression Legislation—Is your state keeping pace?
Alison Tiedke, LCSW-C
Autumn 2006, Volume 26 (4)

Immigration Reform: What is Happening?
Alison Tiedke, LCSW-C
Summer 2006, Volume 26 (3)

Medicaid: “Do You Know What is Happening in Your State?”
Alison Tiedke, LCSW-C
Spring 2006, Volume 26 (2)

Who Are Your State Senators and Representatives?
Alison Tiedke, LCSW-C
Winter 2006, Volume 26 (1)

Get Involved and Advocate Now
Alison Tiedke, LCSW-C
Autumn 2005, Volume 25 (4)

Social Action…It’s Just A Mouse Click Away (reprint of Spring 2004 article)
Dawn M. Raadt, LSW
Spring 2005, Volume 25 (2)

Experts, Families Demand More PPD Research, Money – Melanie Blocker-Stokes Postpartum Depression Research & Care Act
Dawn M. Raadt, LSW
Winter 2005, Volume 25 (1)

Overview of Website Resources for Social Action
Dawn M. Raadt, LSW
Spring 2004, Volume 24 (2)

Medical Malpractice – The Perfect Storm
Dawn M. Raadt, LSW
Spring 2003, Volume 23 (2)

Following Nine-Eleven
Kay Ammon, MSW, LCSW, BCD
Spring 2002, Volume 22 (2)

Bipartisan Patient Protection Act of 2001 – Patient’s Bill of Rights
Edward Walwork, MSW, CICSW
Spring 2001, Volume 21 (3)

Safe Place For Babies – Abandoned Babies
Dawn M. Raadt, LSW
Winter 2001, Volume 21 (1)

How to Make the Most Impact on Your Representative in the Shortest Amount of Time
Gloria Wingenbach
Spring 1998, Volume 18 (2)

Social and Political Activism – A Challenge for Perinatal Social Workers
Edward Walwork, MSW
Spring 1990, Volume 1 (2)

Solution Focused Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy: A Solution-Focused Approach
Denise Dwyer, LCSW, CAAP-2
Autumn 2005, Volume 25 (4)

Solution Focused Psychotherapy in Medical Settings
Steven R. Sproger, PHD, LCSW
Winter 1995, Volume 15 (1)

Staff Support

Schwartz Center Rounds for Caregivers
Sally A. Mack, MSW, LCSW
Autumn 2007, Volume 27 (4)

Care for the Caregiver – Caring for Medical Residents
Abby Kirschner, ACSW
Autumn 1990, Volume 10 (4)

NICU Staff Support and Social Work Intervention
Linda M. Vang, LCSW and Margie Kertzman, MSW
Winter 1990, Volume 10 (1)

Substance Abuse

Lessons from Opiod Dependent Women
Heather Howard, PhD, MSW, LICSW
Autumn 2016, Volume 36 (4)

“But It’s Legal” Challenges and Complexities of Keeping Babies Safe with the Legalization of Recreational Marijuana
Tiffany Glick, LCSW, Joanna Reeder, LCSW, and Kristin Gossett, LSW
Spring 2016, Volume 36 (2)

Reaching Women in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside: A Panel of Women’s Voices
Kari Stout, MSW, RSW and Kali Gartner, BhSc, Md, CCFP
Winter 2016, Volume (1)

Quagmire: For Women Pregnant & Dependent on Prescription Painkillers-Who Makes The Treatment Decisions? Part Three
Heather Howard, LICSW, PhD candidate
Summer 2014, Volume 34 (3)

Quagmire: For Women Pregnant & Dependent on Prescription Painkillers-Who Makes The Treatment Decisions? Part Tw0
Heather Howard, LICSW, PhD candidate
Spring 2014, Volume 34 (2)

Quagmire: For Women Pregnant & Dependent on Prescription Painkillers-Who Makes The Treatment Decisions? Part One
Heather Howard, LICSW, PhD candidate
Winter 2014, Volume 34 (1)

Court-Based Interventions for Pos-Tox and Drug Exposed Infants and Toddlers
Judge Erica Yew
Winter 2012, Volume 32 (1)

Mom, What’s The Matter With Meth?
Susan Harrison, MSW and Wendy Dickens, MSW
Winter 2007, Volume 21 (1)

Substance-Exposed Infants
Marylou Behnke, MD and Fonda Davis Eyler, PhD
Spring 2004, Volume 24 (2)

The Mary Bridge Parenting Partnership: Using Attachment Theory in an Abuse Prevention Program
Jamie Kautz, MSW
Autumn 1999, Volume 19 (4)

Perceptions of Denial: Interviews with Pregnant and Parenting Chemically-Dependent Women Enrolled in Treatment
Shoni K. Davis, DNSc, RN, and Jean B. Lanz, PhD, MSW
Autumn 1999, Volume 19 (4)

Effective Interventions in Maternal Substance Abuse
Connie Cousins, LMSW
Winter 1997, Volume 17 (1)

Intervening in Perinatal Alcohol or Drug Abuse
Steven R. Sproger, LCSW, DCSW, PhD
Winter 1996, Volume 16 (1)

Working with Substance Abusing Women and Their Children in a Residential Treatment Program
Laurie Corbin, MSS
Autumn 1994, Volume 14 (4)

Improving Access to Substance Abuse Treatment for Pregnant and Parenting Women
Shelly Gehshan, MPP and Kelly A. Bradford, SSW
Winter 1994, Volume 14 (1)

Perinatal Bereavement and Advocacy: When Mother Has Used Cocaine
Michelle L. Rennert, ACSW
Autumn 1993, Volume 13(4)

Perinatal Substance Abuse Survey
Carol Mahan
Winter 1993, Volume 13 (1)

A Second Look at Services for Cocaine-Using Pregnant Women
Paige Slade, LCSW
Winter 1993, Volume 13 (1)

Perinatal Social Work, Crisis Intervention, and Substance Abuse
Cathy Cook, MSW
Winter 1991, Volume 11 (1)

Supervision

Social Work Supervision That’s Effective and Ethical
Mary Kay Martin Heldman, MSW, LISW-S
Autumn 2012, Volume 32 (4)

Support Groups – Staff, Parents, Patients

Building Blocks for a Successful Parent Led Peer Support Group
JaNeen Cross, MSW, LSW
Chavis Patterson, PhD
Autumn 2013, Volume 34 (4)

Enhancing Parent Support Beyond Discharge
Alison Brooks, RNC, MS, CNS
Spring 2012, Volume 32 (2)

NICU Parent Groups – Where Family Centered Care Gets its Energy
Kathaleen Quinn, MSW, Danielle Larocque, MSW and Richard Freeham, MSW
Spring 2010, Volume 30 (2)

Making Connections in Perinatal Bereavement
Grier Schwabenton Hock, MSW
Autumn 2007, Volume 27 (4)

Nurses Support Group: Dealing with Countertransferential Issues Arising from Diversity
Mona S. Bokat, MSW
Autumn 1998, Volume 18 (4)

“Come as You Are” A Support Group for Pregnant Women Hospitalized for Bedrest
Kristine Stewart, ACSW
Autumn 1993, Volume 13 (4)

Parent-to-Parent Support: Enriching Traditional Prenatal and NICU Care
Judy K. Levick, ACSW and Judy Lindsay, BSN, MPA
Autumn 1992, Volume 12 (4)

NICE, Newborn Intensive Care Extension: A Parent for Parent Support Group
Pamela Eltrich, MSSA, LISW and Linda Meany, MSSA, LTSW
Autumn 1991, Volume 11 (4)

Surrogacy

Managing The Experience of Gestational Carriers and Intended Parents
John V. Silpigni, LCSW, MBA, CCM, ACM
Summer 2014, Volume 34 (3)

Social Work Practice with Surrogate Families
JaNeen Cross, BSW, MSW, MBA
Winter 2012, Volume 32 (1)

The Perinatal Social Worker’s Role in Surrogacy
Mary Denato, MSW, LCSW and Tracy Kempf, MSW, LCSW
Summer 2005, Volume 25 (3)

Surrogacy in the Gay Community
Karen Anderson, MSW, LCSW
Winter 2002, Volume 22 (1)

Surveys

Survey Analysis: Changes in Social Work Delivery
Christy McMurren, MSW
Autumn 1994, Volume 14 (4)

Technology Dependent Children

Social Work in Home Health Care Program Working with Technology Dependent Children
Eleanor Kilbourn, MSW
Autumn 1991, Volume 11 (4)

Terminating Life Support

Terminating Life Support Systems in a Neonatal Setting
Elissa Kopf, MSSA, LSW
Spring 1993, Volume 13 (2)

Trauma Informed Practice

Trauma Informed Practice: A Fresh Lens to View Client Behavior
Andrew Kerr, CD, RSW
Autumn 2015, Volume 35 (4)