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Alissa Ann Gleacher, Ph.D., M.A.

Research Assistant Professor;
Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (Hoagwood Rsch)

Clinical Addresses

NYU Child Study Center
One Park Avenue, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Handicap Access: yes
Phone: 646-754-5103

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Medical Specialties

Child & Adolescent Psychology

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Scaling up Evidence-Based Practices for Children and Families in New York State: Toward Evidence-Based Policies on Implementation for State Mental Health Systems
Hoagwood, Kimberly Eaton; Olin, S Serene; Horwitz, Sarah; McKay, Mary; Cleek, Andrew; Gleacher, Alissa; Lewandowski, Eric; Nadeem, Erum; Acri, Mary; Chor, Ka Ho Brian; Kuppinger, Anne; Burton, Geraldine; Weiss, Dara; Frank, Samantha; Finnerty, Molly; Bradbury, Donna M; Woodlock, Kristin M; Hogan, Michael
2014 Jan;:145-157, Journal of clinical child & adolescent psychology
— id: 801952, year: 2014, vol: , page: 145, stat: Journal Article,

Consultation as an implementation strategy for evidence-based practices across multiple contexts: unpacking the black box
Nadeem, Erum; Gleacher, Alissa; Beidas, Rinad S
2013 Nov;40(6):439-450, Administration & policy in mental health
— id: 930732, year: 2013, vol: 40, page: 439, stat: Journal Article,

The Role of Consultation Calls for Clinic Supervisors in Supporting Large-Scale Dissemination of Evidence-Based Treatments for Children
Nadeem, Erum; Gleacher, Alissa; Pimentel, Sandra; Hill, Laura Campbell; McHugh, Mary; Hoagwood, Kimberly E
2013 Apr;:530-540, Administration & policy in mental health
— id: 335342, year: 2013, vol: , page: 530, stat: Journal Article,

Are children with anxiety disorders privately referred to a university clinic like those referred from the public mental health system?
Southam-Gerow, Michael A; Chorpita, Bruce F; Miller, Lauren M; Gleacher, Alissa A
2008 May;35(3):168-180, Administration & policy in mental health
— id: 200952, year: 2008, vol: 35, page: 168, stat: Journal Article,