The CBHM Research Committee is focused on analyzing student outcomes to evaluate the effectiveness of CBHM Implementation across the district. Our team is made up of core members from within BPS and from our community partners, Boston Children's Hospital, UMass Boston, and Boston University. In addition, we welcome graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in or working on CBHM-related projects.
Whitney is the CBHM Data & Research Coordinator in BPS and leads the work of the CBHM Research Committee.
Andria Amador is the Senior Director of Behavioral Health Services, supervising all school psychologists in the district.
Mary Cohen in the CBHM District Coach, providing regular and as-needed implementation supports to school psychologists and their school teams in CBHM schools.
Alexis Ervin is the Project Manager for the Collaborative, supporting partnerships between BPS and community mental health agencies.
Amy Kaye is a licensed clinical psychologist within Boston Children's Hospital Neighborhood Partnership Program.
Melissa Pearrow is a Full Professor of Counseling and School Psychology at University of Massachusetts Boston
Brian Daniels is a Professor of Counseling and School Psychology at University of Massachusetts Boston
Jen Green is a Professor in the Special Education department at Boston University
Lindsay Fallon is a Professor of Counseling and School Psychology at University of Massachusetts Boston
Click here to view the report commissioned by Mayor Menino. CBHM work across the district is designed to significantly improve many of the outcomes mentioned in this report.
Click here to view the final report of the Massachusetts Behavioral Health and Public Schools Task Force. This report outlines important findings which are driving state-wide policies and CBHM work in BPS.
Click here to view the NASP information sheet on RtI. CBHM is utilizing an RtI approach to address the behavioral health needs of Boston's children.