PhD, Assistant Professor
PhD, New York University
Research Methods I and II, and Clinical Practice I and II.
Dr. Mary Acri is a mental health services researcher with over 10 years of experience in clinical social work whose research interests center on developing and testing interventions to enhance the detection and treatment of mental health problems among children and their caregivers. She is trained in several evidence-based interventions for children with behavior problems, and adults with depression. She is also currently Co-Investigator of Family Groups for Urban Youth with Disruptive Behaviors, a multi-year project that aims to test the impact of a multiple family group intervention for children with disruptive behaviors.