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Carrie Masia

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
NYU Child Study Center

Contact Info

Address
1 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10016

646-754-5220
Carrie.Masia@nyumc.org



Food allergy and social anxiety in a community sample of adolescents
Fox, J K; Masia, Warner C. Food allergy and social anxiety in a community sample of adolescents. Children's health care. 2017 Jan 02;46(1):93-107 (2454272)

Can school counselors deliver cognitive-behavioral treatment for social anxiety effectively? A randomized controlled trial
Masia Warner, Carrie; Colognori, Daniela; Brice, Chad; Herzig, Kathleen; Mufson, Laura; Lynch, Chelsea; Reiss, Philip T; Petkova, Eva; Fox, Jeremy; Moceri, Dominic C; Ryan, Julie; Klein, Rachel G. Can school counselors deliver cognitive-behavioral treatment for social anxiety effectively? A randomized controlled trial. Journal of child psychology & psychiatry & allied disciplines. 2016 Nov;57(11):1229-1238 (2052022)

Social Anxiety and Mental Health Service Use Among Asian American High School Students
Brice, Chad; Masia Warner, Carrie; Okazaki, Sumie; Ma, Pei-Wen Winnie; Sanchez, Amanda; Esseling, Petra; Lynch, Chelsea. Social Anxiety and Mental Health Service Use Among Asian American High School Students. Child psychiatry & human development. 2015 Oct;46(5):693-701 (1676432)

School-based interventions for adolescents with social anxiety disorder
Warner, Carrie Masia; Colognori, Daniela; Brice, Chad; Sanchez, Amanda. School-based interventions for adolescents with social anxiety disorder IN: Social anxiety and phobia in adolescents: Development, manifestation and intervention strategies. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing; Switzerland, 2015. p.271-287 (1811072)

Treatment for comorbid pediatric gastrointestinal and anxiety disorders: A pilot study of a flexible health sensitive cognitive-behavioral therapy program
Reigada, Laura C; Polokowski, Ashley R; Walder, Deborah J; Szigethy, Eva M; Benkov, Keith J; Bruzzese, Jean-Marie; Masia Warner, Carrie. Treatment for comorbid pediatric gastrointestinal and anxiety disorders: A pilot study of a flexible health sensitive cognitive-behavioral therapy program. Clinical practice in pediatric psychology. 2015 ;3(4):314-326 (1910142)