CURRICULUM VITAE

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CURRICULUM VITAE
C. F. ZACHARIAH BOUKYDIS
PERSONAL INFORMATION
Faculty Positions:
1.Clinical Associate Professor, Institute of Psychology, Illinois Institute of
Technology, Chicago, IL USA
2.Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Semmelweis University
Medical School, Budapest Hungary
3. Fullbright Fellow; Fullbright Program, US Department of State.
Telephone:
Birth Date:
+36106702719985 E-mail: [email protected]
September, 20 1948
EDUCATION:
Honors B.A. (Psychology) University of Toronto
Master of Science (Psychology, Child Development) Institute Child Development &
Child Health, University of London
Doctor of Philosophy, Division of Individual & Family Studies, College of Human
Development and Department of Psychology (Human Development/ Clinical
Psychology) Pennsylvania State University (1979)
POSTGRADUATE TRAINING
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Department of Psychiatry,
Harvard Medical School (1979-1981)
POSTGRADUATE HONORS AND AWARDS
Doctoral Fellow, Humanities & Social Science Research
Council, Canada Council (1976-1979)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Department of Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School (1979-1981)
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES (USA)
1982-on
Licensed Psychologist, Massachusetts MA# 3057
1991-on
Licensed Psychologist, Rhode Island PS00447
2003-on
Licensed Psychologist, Michigan #6301012210
2008-on
Licensed Psychologist, Illinois #071.007546
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
1976
Research Associate, Department of Psychiatric Research,
Hospital for Sick Children & University of Toronto, Canada
1979-1981
Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical
School, Children's Hospital Medical Center Boston, MA
1981-1985
Research Associate Department of Pediatrics,Harvard
Medical School, & Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston
1981-on
Director, Center for Supportive Community Cambridge, MA
1982
Licensed Psychologist, Massachusetts MA# 3057
1991
Licensed Psychologist, Rhode Island PS00447
1985-2001
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Human Behavior, Brown Medical
School
1989-1991
Senior Lecturer, Lesley College Graduate School, Counseling
Psychology
1990-1994
Lecturer in Psychology, Wheelock College
1994-2001
Research Psychologist, Women & Infants
1994
Adjunct Professor of Human Development, University of Rhode Island
2002-2004
Research Scientist/ Psychologist , Merrill-Palmer Institute, Wayne State
University
2003-on
Board of Directors, Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale Training
Program
2004-2008
Associate Professor, Erikson Institute, Chicago, IL
2008-on
Clinical Associate Professor, Institute of Psychology, Illinois Institute of
Technology, Chicago IL USA
2009-on
Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Semmelweis University
Medical School, Budapest Hungary
HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS
1976
Research Associate, Department of Psychiatric Research, Hospital for
Sick Children & University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
1981-1985
Research Associate, Department of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, &
Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston, MA
1985-2001
Research/ Clinical Psychologist, Bradley Hosp., E. Providence, RI
1985-2001
Allied Health Professional, Department of Pediatrics, Women & Infants
Hospital, Brown Medical School
1994-1999
Liaison, Sstarbirth Project, Women & Infants Hospital
1994-2001
Faculty, Infant Behavior & Development Clinic, W&I
1998-1999
Consultant, Partial Hospitalization Program, Bradley Hospital
2001-2003
Psychologist, Department of Psychology, Division of Neonatology,
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
2009-on
Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Semmelweis University
Medical School, Budapest, Hungary
OTHER APPOINTMENTS
1982-1989
Associate Editor, Infant Mental Health Journal
1982-1999
Professional Advisory Board, Parent Care
1985-1988
Consultant, Carnegie Foundation
1985-on
Editorial Consultant, Child Development, Developmental Psychology;
Ethology and Sociobiology, IMHJ
1990-on
Board, Boston Institute on the Development of Infants and Parents
1994-2001
Professional Advisory Board, Sstarbirth Treatment Center
1998-2001
Faculty, Boston Institute of Psychotherapy, Parent-Infant Program
2003
Children’s Research Initiative Steering Committee, Wayne State
2004-on
Member, Early Childhood Committee of the Illinois Children’s Mental
Health Partnership
MEMBERSHIP IN SOCIETIES
American Psychological Association
World Association of Infant Mental Health
Society for Research in Child Development
Zero to Three
PUBLICATIONS (First/multiple author; refereed journals):
1. Interactions of mothers and nurses with premature infants. K. Minde, L. Celhoffer, L. Ford &
C. Boukydis. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 1975, 113, 741-745.
2. The DCR-11 event recorder: A portable high-speed digital cassette system with direct
computer access. L. Celhoffer, C. Boukydis, K. Minde, & E. Muir. Behavior Research Methods
& Instrumentation 1977, 9 (5), 442-447.
3. Mother-child relationships in the premature nursery: An observational study. K. Minde, S.
Trehub, C. Boukydis, L. Celhoffer & P. Marton. Pediatrics, 1978, 61, 373-379.
4. Nurses' judgements of the attractiveness of premature infants. C. Corter, S. Trehub, C.
Boukydis, L. Celhoffer, & K. Minde. Infant Behavior & Development, 1978, 61, 373-380.
5. Adult perception of infant appearance: A review. C. F. Z. Boukydis. Child Psychiatry and
Human Development, 1981, 11 (4), 241-245.
6. Adult physiological response to infant cries: Effects of temperament of cry, parental status and
gender. C. F. Z. Boukydis & R. Burgess. Child Development, 1982, 53, 1291-1298.
7. Colic for developmentalists. B.M. Lester, C. F. Z. Boukydis, C. Garcia Coll, & W. Hole.
Infant Mental Health Journal, 1990, 11(4), 321-333.
8. Infantile colic: Acoustic cry characteristics, maternal perception of cry and temperament. B.M.
Lester, C.F.Z. Boukydis. C. Garcia Coll, William Hole, Mark Peucker, Infant Behavior and
Development, 1992, !5(1), 15-26.
9. Determinants of maternal self-esteem in the neonatal period. M. McGrath, C.F.Z. Boukydis &
B. M. Lester. Infant Mental Health Journal, 1993, 14(1), 35-48.
10. A clinical interview for parents of high-risk infants: Concept and applications. E. Meyer , C.
Zeanah, B.M. Lester & C.F.Z. Boukydis. Infant Mental Health Journal, 1993 14(3), 192-207.
11. Family-based intervention improves maternal psychological well-being and feeding
interaction of preterm infants. E. Meyer, B.M. Lester, C.F. Z. Boukydis, C. Garcia-Coll, S.
McDonough Pediatrics, 1994 93(2), 241-246.
12. Establishing and maintaining a parenting network for parents of premature and at-risk
infants. C.F.Z. Boukydis & L. Moses. Infants and Young Children, 1995, 7(4), 77-87.
13. Developmental outcome as a function of the goodness of fit between the infant’s cry
characteristics and the mother’s perception of her infant’s cry. B. M. Lester, C.F.Z. Boukydis, C.
Garcia-Coll, M. Peucker, M. McGrath, B. Vohr, F. Brem & W. Oh. Pediatrics, 1995, 95(4), 516521.
14. Keeping mothers and their infants together. B. M. Lester, P. Affleck, C.F. Z. Boukydis, K.
Freier, N. Boris. New York University Review of Law & Social Change, 1996, 22, 425-440.
15. Cardiorespiratory reactivity during the Brazelton scale in term and preterm infants. Journal
of Pediatric Psychology, B.M. Lester,C.F.Z. Boukydis & L. LaGasse. 1996,
21(6), 771-783
16. Infant crying, risk status and social support in families of term and preterm infants. C.F.Z.
Boukydis & B.M. Lester. Early Development and Parenting, 1998, 7, 31-39.
17. Support services and peer support for parents of at-risk infants: An international comparison.
CF.Z. Boukydis. Children’s Health Care, 2000, 29(2), 129-145
18. Clinical uses of the Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale. Neonatal Network
Neurobehavioral Scale. With R. Bigsby and B. M. Lester. In B.M. Lester and E. Z. Tronick,
(Eds.), Pediatrics, 2004 113(3), pt. 2, 679-689.
19. Mothers and infants: One body process with equal initiative. C. F. Z. Boukydis and E.
Gendlin. Focusing Folio, 2004, 19, (1), 86-92.
20. Women’s response to viewing ultrasound during routine screens in an obstetric clinic. C.F. Z.
Boukydis, M.C. Treadwell, V. Delaney-Black, K. Boyes, M. King, T. Robinson, and R. Sokol.
Women’s response to viewing ultrasound during routine screens in an ultrasound clinic. Journal
of Ultrasound in Medicine, 2006, (25): 721-728.
21. Ultrasound consultation to increase resiliency in pregnancy. Annals of the New York
Academy of Science, Resilience in Children, 2006, (1094): 268-272.
22. Working with parents and their infants in NICU settings: Use of joint observations and
neurobehavioral assessment. C.F.Z. Boukydis. Early Childhood Services. 2008, (2:1): 43-58.
23. Mother-child consultation during drug treatment: Research and innovative clinical practice.
C.F.Z. Boukydis and B.M. Lester Harm Reduction Journal, 2008, (5:6): 1-8.
24. Observation of anatomy screens with pregnant women in a sonography clinic. C. F. Z.
Boukydis, D. Boyle, A. Stockman, and M. Cupoli. 2010 Submitted to Journal of Medical
Ultasound.
25.Women’s responses to ultrasound based on their depression status. CFZ Boukydis and A.
Stockman, Submitted to Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, 2010.
26.Consultation with parents using the Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale. CFZ Boukydis
and R. Montirossa. In preparation for The Italian Journal of Paediatrics, 2010
OTHER PUBLICATIONS:
Sex differences in the attachment behavior of fifteen month old infants. C. F. Z. Boukydis.
Senate House, thesis collection, University of London, England, 1974.
Adult response to infant cries. C. F. Z. Boukydis. Doctoral dissertation, Pennsylvania State
University, 1979.
An analog study of adult physiological and self report responding to infant cries. C. F. Z.
Boukydis. Cry Research Newsletter, 1980, 2(2), 2-6.
Support groups for parents with premature infants in NICU's. C. F. Z. Boukydis. In R. Marshall,
C. Kasman, & L. Cape (Eds.), Coping with caring for sick newborns. Philadelphia: Saunders,
1982.
From support group to helping community. C. F. Z. Boukydis, Chapter in K. McGuire (Ed.),
Building supportive community: Mutual self-help through peer counseling. Center for
Supportive Commuity Cambridge, MA 1982.
Perception of infant crying as an interpersonal event. C. F. Z. Boukydis. In B. Lester & C.F.Z.
Boukydis (Eds.),Infant crying: Research and theoretical perspectives. New York: Plenum, 1985.
Infant crying: Research and theoretical perspectives. B. Lester & C.F.Z. Boukydis (Eds.), New
York: Plenum, 1985.
A theory of empathic relations between parents and infants. C. F. Z. Boukydis, Focusing Folio,
Focusing Institute, University of Chicago, 1985.
Research on support for parents and infants in the postnatal period. C.F.Z. Boukydis, (Ed.), New
York: Ablex, 1987.
Support for parents and infants: A manual for parenting organizations and professionals. C.F.Z.
Boukydis, (Ed.), Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, l986.
The importance of parenting networks. C. F. Z. Boukydis. In R. Marshall & P. Gorski, (Eds.),
Parent care: For parents of critically ill newborns. Proceedings from the first annual conference.
Salt Lake City, UT, l988.
Early detection of infants at risk for later handicap through acoustic cry analysis. B. M. Lester,
C. F.Z. Boukydis, L. Anderson, & M. Peucker. Research on Infant Assessment 25, 99-118,
1989.
Behavioral and physiological assessment of the preterm infant. B.M. Lester, C. F. Z. Boukydis,
J. Hoffman, M. Censullo, L. Zahr and T.B. Brazelton. In B.M. Lester & E. Tronick (Eds.)
Clinics in Perinatology, 17(1), 155-171, 1990.
Client-centered/experiential practice with parents and infants. C.F.Z. Boukydis. In Clientcentered/experiential psychotherapy toward the nineties. G. Lietaer, J. Rombauts & R. Van
Balen, (Eds.) Leuven, Belgium: Van Hooten, 1990.
No language but a cry. B.M. Lester & C. F. Z. Boukydis. In H. Pauposek, U. Jergens, & M.
Papousek (Eds.) Nonverbal Vocal Communication. N. Y.: Cambridge U. Press, 1992.
Infant colic and sleep problems. C.F.Z. Boukydis. In M. Carskadon (Ed.) Encyclopedia of sleep
and dreaming. New York: MacMillan, 1993.
Peer self-help for parents of at-risk infants: An international perspective. C.F.Z.Boukydis.
BIDIP Newsletter, 1993 12(1), 3-6.
Family-based intervention for infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. B. M. Lester, C.F.Z.
Boukydis, E. Meyer & M. Fueyo. In: Optimizing the Neonatal Care Environment; The 10th
Canadian Ross Conference, 1996.
Keeping mothers and their infants together. B.M. Lester, C.F.Z. Boukydis, et al. New York
University Review of Law & Social Change, 1996.
Treatment of infants and families: The infant crying and behavior clinic model. C.F.Z. Boukydis,
P.High, J. Cucca & B.M. Lester. In Colic and Excessive Crying, Proceedings from the 105th
Annual Ross Conference on Pediatrics, 1997.
Excessive crying and colic. In: A. Alario(Ed.). Practical Guide to the Care of the Pediatric
Patient: Behavioral and Psychiatric Disorders of Childhood. B. M. Lester, P. High, C.F. Z.
Boukydis, & J. Cucca. Mosby, 521-523, 1997.
Cocaine abuse and preserving infant-mother relationships: Barriers and solutions in the U.S.A.
B.M. Lester, K. Freier, C.F.Z. Boukydis, P. Affleck, & N. Boris. The Signal, 5(10, 1-6, 1997.
Family Centered Developmental Care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. With B.M. Lester. In
EEIN News (Early Education and Intervention Network of New Hampshire), 1998, 19(5), 12-17.
The NICU Network Neurobehavioral Scale: Clinical use with drug exposed infants and their
mothers. C.F.Z. Boukydis & B. M. Lester. Clinics in Perinatology, 26(1), 39-54, 1999.
Maternal substance abuse and child outcome. With B.M. Lester & J. Twomey. In C. H. Zeanah
(Ed.) Handbook of Infant Mental Health - 2nd Ed. Guilford Press,, NY, 2000, 161-175.
The infant behavior, cry and sleep clinic: Overview and intake process. With P. High, J.
Twomey, V. Dalzell, & B. Lester. Proceedings on Colic. November, 2001.
Clnical Uses of the Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale. R. Bigsby, C. F. Z. Boukydis, B.
M. Lester. Chapter in Neonatal Network Neuorbehavioral Scale Manual, B. M. Lester & E. Z.
Tronick, (Eds.), Brookes Publishing Co., 2004.
Ultrasound consultation during pregnancy: Imaging and imagining the world of the fetus. C.F.Z.
Boukydis, IMPrint, 2006, (26), 19-21.
Consulation with parents and infants in the perinatal period. CFZBoukydis, Brookes Publishing
Co. Baltimore, MD., 2009, (contract received; in preparation; publication date October, 2010),
Pre and perinatal interventions for substance using mothers. Chapter in L. Mayes, N. Suchman,
M. Padullo (Eds.) Developmental Perspectives on Treatment for Substance Users. Oxford
University Press, New York, NY 2010.
INVITED PRESENTATIONS:
Mothers and their infants: Or how love begins. K. Minde, C. Boukydis & B. Hines. Presented at
S.C.R.D., New Orleans, LA, March, 1977.
Infant attractiveness and the infant-caretaker relationship. Presented at International Conference
on Love & Attraction, University College of Swansea, Wales, U.K., September, 1977.
Creative applications of Gendlin's focusing process. Presented at the International Congress of
Psychotherapy, Amsterdam, Holland, August, 1979.
Parental visiting patterns and parent-infant interaction in the NICU. Presented at the Clinical
Applications of Research in Parent-Infant Relationships Conference, Boston, MA, November,
1979.
Adult response to infant cries: A physiological and self report analysis. Presented at the
International Conference on Infant Studies, New Haven, Connecticut, l980.
Adult perceptions of infants: The impact of appearance. Address given at S.D.I.P., Boston, MA,
1981.
Current perspectives on parental visiting patterns in the NICU. Paper in symposium, M.
Sugarman, Chair: Psychosocial aspects of neonatal intensive care: Optimizing clinical care of
the infant and family in light of current research. American Orthopsychiatry Assoc., NY, 1981.
Adult perception of infant cries: An assessment of recent research. Paper in symposium, S.
Zeskind, Chair: Current perspectives on cry research. S.R.C.D., Boston, MA, 1981.
Fathers' perception of infant behavior and the transition to parenthood. Paper in symposium, J.
Nicholson, Chair: Father involvement in the perinatal period: Early adaptation and outcomes,
S.R.C.D., Boston, MA, 1981.
Research on support systems for parents in the neonatal period. Paper in symposium, C.F.Z.
Boukydis, Chair: Support systems for parents with preterm infants: Insights from parents and
professionals. International Conference Infant Studies, Austin, TX, 1982.
Infant crying as an interpersonal event. Presented at Psychology colloquim, Brandeis University,
1982.
Support systems for infants and their parents: Some recent developments. Presented at Northern
New England Association for Infant Development, Plymouth, N.H., 1983.
Interface of behavioral and physiological functioning: A new method, research findings, and
implications for infant assessment. B. Lester, J. Hoffman, C.F.Z. Boukydis, M. Censullo, R.
McKee, & T.B. Brazelton. Presented at I.C.I.S., New York, 1984.
Importance of parenting networks, Presented at Parent Care for Parents of Critically Ill
Newborns, first annual conference, Salt Lake City, UT, October, 1984.
Use of Brazelton's Neonatal Assessment Scale with premature infants. Presented at Parent Care
for Parents of Critically Ill Newborns, first annual conference, Salt Lake City, UT, October 1984.
Social networks in families of preterm and term infants. Presented at S.R.C.D., Toronto, Ont.,
April, 1985.
Spectral analysis of heart rate in preterm and term infants and 8 month developmental outcome.
With B.M. Lester Presented at Society for Pediatric Research, Los Angeles, CA, April, l987.
Cry acoustics and cry perception in parents of term and preterm infants. Presented at Society for
Research in Child Development, Baltimore, MD May l987.
Recent advances in cry perception research. NICHD, Washington, DC, October 1987.
Importance of parenting networks. Parent Care Philadelphia, PA, October, 1987.
Cry perception and parental perception of cry and temperament in preterm and term infants.
Presented at International Conference on Infant Studies Washington, DC April, 1988.
Cardiorespiratory activity and behavior in preterm infants. With B. Lester. Presented at the
Society for Pediatric Research, Albuquerque, NM May 1988.
Perinatal complications and early behavioral development in preterm infants. With B. Lester.
Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research, Albuquerque, NM, May 1988.
Newborn cry characteristics (NCC) as correlates of infant temperament. With B. Lester.
Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research, Albuquerque, NM, May 1988.
Consultation on the parent-infant relationship. International Conference on ClientCentered/Experiential Psychotherapy, Leuven, Belgium, September, 1988.
Collaboration between child development and pediatrics: The case of infant colic. With B.
Lester. Paper presented at S.R.C.D. Kansas City, April, 1989.
Developmental outcome prediction from acoustic cry analysis in preterm infants. With B.
Lester. Presented at S.P.R., Washington, D.C., May, 1989.
Acoustic cry characteristics, parents' perception of cry and temperament in infants with colic.
With B. Lester. Presented at S.P.R., Washington, D.C., May, 1989.
Cry consultation and colic. Presented at Society for Behavioral Pediatrics, Boston, MA,
November 1989.
Cry acoustics and social support in preterm infants. Presented at I.C.I.S. Montreal, Canada, April
1989.
Cry perception as a predictor of developmental outcome. Presented at I.C.I.S. Montreal, Canada,
April 1989.
Parent support throughout the world. Presented at Parent Care, Washington D.C., September
1990.
Neurobehavioral syndrome and cocaine-exposed newborn infants. In Cocaine use during
pregnancy and infant development. S.R.C.D., Seattle, WA, April, 1991.
Infant cry characteristics and maternal cry perception: Is a "Good fit" fit for good development?
In Symposium: Infant crying and parent-infant interaction. What are the important aspects of
crying. S.R.C.D., Seattle, WA, April, 1991.
Infant cry analysis predicts developmental outcome in term and preterm infants. S.P.R., New
Orleans, LA, May, 1991.
Early temperament and cardiac responses of preterm (PT) infants with broncho-pulmonary
dysplasia (BPD). S.P.R., New Orleans, LA, May, 1991.
The Sunday Night Group: A Community based, peer counseling model for social support.
Presented at the Second International Conference on Client-Centered/Experiential Psychology,
Aberdeen, Scotland, July, 1991.
Psychosocial intervention with high-risk infants and their families. With E. Meyer. Parent Care
Conference, New Orleans, May, 1992.
"Goodness of fit" and developmental outcome in term and preterm infants. With B. M. Lester et
al. Society for Pediatric Research, Washington, May, 1992.
Preventive psychosocial intervention with mothers of very low birthweight infants. With E.
Meyer et al. American Psychological Association, Washington, August, 1992.
Current research on infant cry and clinical applications. BIDIP conference, October, 1993.
Opportunities for early intervention with families using neonatal behavioral assessment. To be
presented at B.I.D.I.P. Spring conference, Boston, MA, April, 1994.
Early intervention with families using neonatal behavioral assessment. Presented at Michigan
Association for Infant Mental Health, April, 1994.
The NICU Network Neurobehavioral Scale (NNNS). Presented at Michigan Association for
Infant Mental Health, April, 1994.
Influence of social support on caregiver adaptation to fussy/difficultness in preterm and term
infants. I.C.I.S., Paris, France, June, 1994.
The NNNS: A new assessment for high-risk infants. I.C.I.S., Paris, France, June, 1994.
The NNNS: An instrument for infants with evaluation, assessment & intervention applications.
With K. Frier. C.S.A.P. Resource Link 3 Conference, Washington, D.C., July 1994.
Treatment of infants and families: The infant crying and behavior clinic model. 105th Annual
Ross Conference on Pediatrics, West Palm Beach, FL, 1994.
Impact of colic and excessive crying on maternal cry perception and caregiving. Society for
Pediatric Research, San Diego, May 1995.
Focusing and the Inner Infant. Focusing International Conference, Milwaukee, May 1995.
Attention and cardiac activity in term and preterm infants. With L. Legasse et al. Society for
Pediatric Research, San Diego, 1995.
Acoustic cry analysis at one month predicts four year cognitive outcome in preterm and term
infants. With M. McGrath et al, Society for Pediatric Research, San Diego, 1995.
Infant colic and excessive crying: Influence on maternal cry perception and caregiving. ICIS,
Providence R.I., April, 1996
Theoretical and clinical perspectives on assessment in infancy. ICIS, Providence, RI , April,
1996.
Assessment of the newborn: Theory and practice. Massachusetts School of Professional
Psychology, Boston, MA, March, 1996.
Parenting issues with infants and toddlers. Parenting Matters Conference, Providence, R.I.
March, 1996.
Predictors of sleep behaviors in toddlers who had colic as infants. With P. High et al, SPR,
Washington, D.C., May, 1996.
Focusing and thinking process. International Focusing Conference, Boston, MA, May, 1996.
The Infant Crying and Behavior Clinic. New Hampshire Infant Mental Health Conference, N.H.
September, 1996.
The Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale. New Hampshire Infant Mental Health
Conference, N.H., September, 1996
Substance abuse and parenting in the perinatal period. Stress and Violence in Infancy and
Childhood Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, December, 1996.
The infant crying and behavior clinic model. Zero to Three, Washington, December, 1996.
Psychosocial intervention with women in recovery and their infants. Zero to Three, Washington,
December, 1996.
Treatment effects on parenting in substance abusing women. Clinical/Behavioral Research
Conference, Dept. of Pediatrics, Brown University School of Medicine, November, 1997.
Using newborn assessment to consult with caregivers of high-risk infants. Grand rounds, Optima
Elliot Hospital, Manchester, NH, January, 1998.
Focusing with parents and children. International Focusing Children’s Conference, Sjalgotaryan,
Hungary, October, 1998.
Child development and parenting stress in residential drug treatment for women & their
infants.6th Annual Research Celebration, Rhode Island Hospital, November 18, 1998.
Child development in residential drug treatment for women & their infants. 3rd Annual Research
Symposium on Mental Health Sciences, Department of Psychiatry & Human Behavior, Brown
University School of Medicine, November, 1998.
The relationship between methadone dose and fetal/infant neurobehavior: Is more worse?
Development/Behavioral Pediatrics Research Seminar, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, December,
1998.
Child development and parenting stress in residential drug treatment for women and their infants.
Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM, April, 1999.
Helping families through stress to a good night’s sleep. BIDIP Conference, Boston MA, Nov.
1999.
Dealing with infant crying and fussing. Parenting Matters Conference, Providence, R.I. April,
2000.
Helping children to listen to themselves. Workshop Focusing Institute, New York, June, 2000.
Assessment of cry problems in early infancy. A new model of parent-infant psychotherapy. The
Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale (NNNS): Assessment of high risk infants and
consultation with caregivers. 3 Presentations at The Developing Infant: Myths and Reality: An
International Conference on Pediatric Issues, University of New England, Biddeford, Maine,
Sept. 2000.
Therapeutic work with parents and infants. 2nd Biennial Children’s Focusing Conference.
Sjalgotaryan, Hungary, October, 2000.
Those exciting newborns. Best Beginnings Conference. Warwick, RI. March, 2001.
Evaluation and treatment of infants with cry problems: A multidisciplinary family-based
approach. Society for Pediatric Research, Baltimore, MD, 2001
The Importance of infant-mother bonding and attachment. March of Dimes - New England
Maternal Outreach Conference, Newport, RI, May 2001.
Helping parents listen to their children. Focusing Institute, Stony Point, NY. June, 2001.
The “double whammy” of infant colic and maternal depression: Findings from a clinic sample.
The Promised Childhood Congress. Tel Aviv, Israel, 2001. Barry Lester, Amy Maxted, Pamela
High, Becky Spitz, Zack Boukydis.
The infant behavior, cry and sleep clinic: Overview and intake process. Grant Foundation
Conference, Chicago, IL, November, 2001.
Consultation with parents in the NICU and beyond. Grand Rounds, Mission St. Joseph's Medical
Center, Asheville, NC, June, 2002.
Use of ultrasound to influence maternal-fetal attachment. Society for Reproductive and Infant
Psychology. Scheffield, UK, Sept. 2002
How does ultrasound influence maternal-fetal attachment? Zero to Three, Washington, DC,
December, 2002
Use of the Neonatal Network Neuorobehavioral Scale for Research and Clinical Consultation.
Department of Pediatrics, University of Michigan, June, 2003.
Consultation with substance exposed infants and their mothers. Infant Mental Health
Conference, Lansing MI, October, 2003
Understanding cry problems in early infancy. Northern Michigan Infant Mental Health
Association, Traverse City, MI, November, 2003.
Support for families of substance-exposed infants. Erikson Institute Professional Education
Seminar, September, 2004.
Understanding the intake process. Fussy Baby Chicago Network Meeting, Oct. 2004.
Understanding babies’ crying as an indication of stress and nervous system functioning.
Maximizing Children’s Potential: The Power of the Brain Conference. Evanston, IL, Nov. 2004
Prenatal substance exposure: Biology and development. Proseminar for College Teachers: New
Perspectives in Child Development. City Colleges of Chicago & Erikson Institute, Nov., 2004.
Fussy Baby Network – Healthy Families Consultation Program. Healthy Families America, Nov.
2004
Help for your crying baby. Parent’s Journal Radio Series (with Bobby Connor), Feb. 2005
Observing and Understanding the Neurobehavioral Development of Substance-Exposed Infants.
Infant Mental Health Seminar: University of Chicago, Feb. 2005
Understanding and observing infant neurobehavior. DCF Training, Erikson Institute, Feb. 2005
Ultrasound consultation to prenatal development. Harris dinner. Chicago, IL May, 2005
Working with parents and families in the NICU. Indiana Association for Infant Mental Health,
Indianapolis, IN, August 2005
Use of the Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale (NNNS) to consult with parents.
28th Biennial Conference of the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health, Oct. 2005
Use of the Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale (NNNS) to consult with substance-exposed
infants and caregivers. 20th National Training Institute, Zero to Three National Conference,
Washington, DC, Nov. 2005
Ultrasound consultation during pregnancy: A psychological perspective. Zero to Three National
Conference, Washington, DC, Nov. 2005
Ultrasound consultation in pregnancy to increase maternal-fetal attachment and influence
resiliency factors in infant outcome. Resiliency in Children Conference – Jointly sponsored by
New York Academy of Science and Brown Medical School, Feb. 2006
How do we recognize and support change in parent-infant relationships? IL Association for
Infant Mental Health: Bridges for Communication 2006 Spring Speaker Series. February, 2006
Working with parents and professionals in the NICU. Chicago Perinatal Social Work Monthly
Seminar Series, March 2006
Understanding, assessing and responding to cry problems in early infancy. Infant Mental Health
Consortium. Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids, MI, May 2006
Ultrasound consultation in pregnancy: Bringing infant mental health to obstetric practice. World
Association for Infant Mental Health, Paris, July, 2006
How we recognize and support change in early parent-infant relationships? Infant Toddler
Mental Health Association of Arizona, Scottsdale, AZ, August, 2006
Ultrasound Consultation During Routine Prenatal Anatomy Screens" (with Deborah Boyle,
M.D., Michael Cupoli, M.D. and Alexandria Stockman, B.A). Annual Meeting of the Rush
University Medical Center and Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center Co-Perinatal Center,
November, 2006.
Crying, Feeding and Sleeping Problems in Early Infancy. Supporting Families, with Infants,
Toddlers, and Young Children Conference. Grand Rapids, MI, November, 2006.
Using ultrasound to initiate comprehensive prenatal mother-baby services. National Perinatal
Care Inititative, Turku, Finland, January, 2007.
Neurobehavioral assessment of infants. Swiss National SESAM study, Bern/Basel Switzerland,
January, 2007.
Effects of emotional abuse on emotional and behavioral development. Contemporary Forums:
The Young Child with Special Needs Conference, Chicago IL, March, 2007.
How to expand ultrasound scans to consult with parents in mid-trimester pregnancy. Invited
keynote speaker: National Obstetric Ultrasound Conference, Turku Finland, August, 2007.
Ultrasound-triggered prenatal mental representations of the child in utero at week 20 of gestation
- presentation of the assessment tool TC_sono20. Stadlmayr W, Jaussi C, Meyer-Wittkopf M,
Surbek D, Boukydis Z. Annual Congress of the Swiss Society of Psychology, Zürich,
Switzerland, 2007
Seeing and supporting change in early parent-infant relationships. Zero to Three, Orlando, FL,
Nov/Dec. 2007
Use of the Neonatal Network Neurobehavioral Scale (NNNS) to consult with parents and infants.
Zero to Three, Orlando, FL, Nov/Dec. 2007
Bringing psychology to pediatrics. Grand Rounds, University Hospital, Turku Finland, May
2008.
Training NICU staff to oberve infants and parents. Turku Finland, November, 2008
NNNS Training for At-Risk Infants, Helskinki, Finland, 2008-2009.
Women’s responses to ultrasound consultation. International Conference in Obstetrics and
Gynecology, Munich, Germany, September, 2009.
Ultrasound consultation for women in second trimester pregnancy. World Association for Infant
Mental Health, Leipzig, Germany, June, 2010
Family Centered Care Based on Infant Observations in the NICU: Development and Evaluation
of a Training Program. With Liisa Lehtonen, Sari Ahlqvist-Bjorkroth. To be presented at World
Association of Infant Mental Health, Liepzig, Germany, June 2010.
Prenatal intervention for substance-abusing pregnant women: Enhancing maternal reflective
functioning in the context of ultrasound consultation. (Marjaterttu Pajulo, M.D., Eeva Ekholm,
M.D. Zack Boukydis, Ph.D. To be presented at World Association of Infant Mental Health,
Leipzig, Germany, June 2010
Seeing and supporting change in early parent-infant relationships. To be presented at World
Association of Infant Mental Health, Leipzig, Germany, June 2010.
GRANTS
1976
Ontario Mental Health Foundation. Teaching sign language to families of
preschoolers. Principal Investigator. $30,000
1980-1981 Milton Fund - Harvard Medical School. Father's perceptions of infant
temperament. Principal Investigator.$15,000
1985-1990 Detection of later handicap via infant cry analysis. National Institute of
Health (Human Development and Aging Study Section). Co-Investigator,
with Dr. Barry Lester. $1,200,000 [to Dr. Lester]
1989-1991 Cocaine-exposed infants and their caregivers. D.C.F. contract, Rhode Island.
$75,000
1995
Effect of an infant formula and psychosocial intervention on relieving
symptoms of colic. Co-Investigator, with B.M. Lester. Ross Laboratories. $100,000
[to Dr. Lester]
1998
The PreParent program for pregnant and postpartum substance abusing women.
Principal Investigator. Internal funding Department of Psychiatry & Human
Behavior, Brown University School of Medicine $15,000
1999
The PreParent Program. Principal Investigator. Start up funding from K-Mart
Foundation, Sept, 1999. $50,000
2002
The Infant Mental Health Training Program. Principal Investigator. Federal
DHHS/ACYF Head Start Award # 90FOO40/01, August, 2002 (Awarded to Dr.
Boukydis at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia – taken back when he moved to
Merrill-Palmer Institute) $825,000
2003
Ultrasound consultation with substance abusing women. Children’s Research Center
of Michigan. October, 2003 $100,000
2006
Harris Initiation Grant Renewal (with L. Gilkerson) Harris Foundation,
Awarded to Erikson Institute. Five year renewal grant, funded September, 2006
Amount: $625,000
2007-2012
Infant crying and developmental outcome: A biobehavioral approach.
NIH Grant: Steven Porges, P.I. Zack Boukydis, Linda Gilkerson, Larry Gray CoInvestigators. $2,400,000 [to Dr. Porges UIC]
2008-2011
Training NICU staff to observe infants and consult with parents. Co-Investigator. In
preparation.
UNIVERSITY TEACHING ROLES
A. Previous and Ongoing:
1973-1975
Lecturer, Seneca College of Applied Arts, Toronto, Canada
(Developmental Psychology, Research Skills, Advanced Seminar in Infant
Development)
1982-1983
Visiting Lecturer, School of Education, Boston College, Chestnut Hill,
MA (Graduate Seminar in Infant Development and Family Relations)
1980-1985
Taught child development, research methods, infant behavioral
assessment, parent-infant consultation to pediatric/psychiatric fellows.
Child Development Unit Children's Hospital, Boston, MA.
1986-1990
Faculty - Psychosocial intervention with families training grant, Women &
Infants' Hospital, & Brown Medical School, Providence
1988-1990
Faculty - Infant Behavior Clinic - Women & Infants' Hospital, Department
of Psychiatry and Human Behavior.
1989-1991 Faculty - Lesley College Graduate School - Clinical methods and psychotherapy.
1989-on
Trainer - Neonatal Behavioral Assessment. Child Development Unit, Children's
Hospital, Boston, MA.
1990-on
Focusing Coordinator, Focusing Institute, Chicago, IL.
1991-1994 Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Wheelock College, Boston, MA
(Psychological Assessment; Graduate Seminar on High Risk Infants)
1994
Adjunct Professor of Human Development, University of Rhode Island
(Infant Development; Infant Assessment)
1994-1999 Consultation/Liaison Sstarbirth Women’s Treatment Center and Women &
Infants Hospital
1996-1999 Faculty, Clinical Psychology Predoctoral Intern Training Program, Brown
University.
1998-1999 Psychologist, Pediatric Partial Hospitalization Program, Bradley Hospital.
1994-2001 Faculty, Infant Development Unit, Women & Infants Hospital.
1994-on Faculty, NNNS Training Program, Women & Infants Hospital.
1994-2001 Faculty, Infant Crying Behavior and Sleep Clinic, Women & Infants Hospital
1994-2001 Faculty, Program in Infancy and Early Childhood, Division of Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry, Brown University School of Medicine
1995-2001 Faculty, Developmental/Behavioral Pediatric Rotation, Division of Pediatrics
Brown University School of Medicine.
2001-2002 Faculty, Department of Psychology, Division of Neonatology, Children's Hospital
of Philadelphia.
2002-2004 Faculty, Postgraduate Program in Infant Mental Health, Merrill-Palmer Institute,
Wayne State University; Faculty, Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics rotation,
Dept. of Peds, Wayne State University School of Medicine
2002-2004 Consultant to the Healthy Start Program, Detroit Health Department.
2008-on
Clinical Associate Professor, Institute of Psychology, Illinois Institute of Technology,
Chicago, IL
2008-2009 Faculty, Pediatric Residency Program, Illinois Masonic Hospital, Chicago, IL USA
B. Current
2004-on
Consultant to Ounce of Prevention, Chicago, IL
2004-on
Consultant to PIMACS study, Michigan Family Study, University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, MI
2004-on
Consultant to SESAM National Study of Development of At-Risk Infants and
Children, Switzerland
2006-on
Consultant to NICU, University of Turku, Turku, Finland
2009-on
.
Consultant to NICU, Semmelweis University Medical School, Budapest, Hungary
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