Liliane Windsor, PhD, MSW
Dr. Windsor's research focuses on HIV risk behaviors and substance abuse, urban poverty, and social justice. Her current work investigates the development of culturally relevant, community-based substance abuse treatment for low-income African Americans and Latinos.
- Assistant professor, School of Social Work, Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ
- PhD, 2008, The University of Texas at Austin, Social Work
- MSW, 2002, The University of Texas at Austin
- Shorkey, C., Windsor, L., & Spence, R. (2009). Assessing and developing cultural competence/ relevance in chemical dependence treatment organizations that serve Mexican American clients and their families. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 36(1), 61-74.
- Shorkey, C., Windsor, L., & Spence, R. (2009). Assessing cultural competence/relevance in substance abuse treatment programs: A tool for African American clients and their families. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 8, 113-128.
- Thompson, S., Bender, K., Windsor, L., & Flynn, P. (2009). Keeping families engaged: The effects of home-based family therapy enhanced with experiential activities. Social Work Research, 33(2), 56-128.
- Windsor, L., & Negi, N. (2009). Substance abuse and dependence among low-income African Americans: Using data from the National Survey on Drug Use & Health to demystify assumptions. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 28(3), 258-268.
- Shorkey, C., Uebel, M., & Windsor, L. (2008). Measuring dimensions of spirtuality in chemical dependence treatment and recovery: Research and practice. International Journal of Mental Health and Addictions, 6, 286-305.
- Beginning Collaborations
- Building Relationships
- Choosing Measures
- Cold Calls Can Work
- Cultural Sensitivity
- Culturally Competent Staff
- NHSN Summer Research Institute
- Researching Latino Participants