Mary J. Baker-Ericzén, Ph.D.

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Mary J. Baker-Ericzén
  • Research Professor
  • ARPE/Interwork Institute

Contact

Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzén is a Research Professor at San Diego State University, Department of Administration, Rehabilitation and Post-Secondary Education and Interwork Institute. She is also the Operations Director and Research Scientist at the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC) a collaborative center of SDSU, UCSD, Rady Children's Hospital and external universities. She is the Director and Clinical Psychologist at the Intricate Mind Institute, a community mental health clinic specializing in neurodevelopmental disorders across the lifespan.  She is both an active researcher and practicing clinician with 30 years of experience working with neurodiverse, cognitive disability and mental health populations.  She is the founder and chair of the adult ASD community-based participatory research group called ACHIEVE (Active Community Hub of Individuals with ASD to Enhance Vocational and Educational outcomes) and member of the AASPIRE CBPR group at PSU.  She works with numerous community programs promoting wellness, recovery, self-determination and self-advocacy. She is also the developer of 5 evidence-based interventions for neurodiversant TAY and adults: 1) SUCCESS vocational soft skills training program, 2) College SUCCESS educational soft skills course, 3) TAY SUCCESS program for teens and transition age youth, 4) Cognitive Behavior Intervention for Driving (CBID) for ASD and 5) Command and Control Cognitive Training an executive functioning skills program for teens.  She is a NIMH and foundation funded researcher conducting services research for individuals with cognitive disabilities from youth to adults. 

  • 2021 Grants Submitted

  • Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), San Diego Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental & Other Related Disabilities (SD LEND), University of California, San Diego, sub to SDSU full grant $ 2,300,520  PI Lauren Brookman-Frazee Role: Co-Investigator- Funded
  • National Science Foundation (NSF), FW-HTF-T: Scaling a Novel, Virtual-Reality, Driver-Training Platform for Expanding Career Options, Productivity, and Quality of Life for Neurodiverse Individuals, Vanderbilt University, sub to SDSU    $1,509,954  PI Nilanjan Sarkar Role:  PI subaward and Co-investigator- Pending
  • SDSU CIE Equity Mini Grant, Enhancing Campus Diversity, Equity and Inclusion of Neurodiverse Students through New Course: ARP 596, $5,000 Role: PI- Funded
  • 2020 Grants Submitted

  • National Institutes of Health, Neurobehavioral markers of risk and resilience during the transition to young adulthood in ASD, SDSU    $3,742,024- PI Ralph-Axel Mueller Role:  Co-Investigator -unfunded
  • National Institute of Mental Health, Effectiveness and Implementation of An Individualized Mental Health Intervention for ASD (AIM HI) for Military Connected Children., UCSD,  sub to SDSU  $250, 109. PI-Lauren Brookman-Frazee Role: Co-Investigator -unfunded
  • Subaru of America Foundation, Increasing Soft Skills in Vocational Training Programs for Individuals with Autism or Developmental Disabilities. $19,695 Role: Principal Investigator- unfunded
  • National Institute of Mental Health, Measuring Health, Function and Social Well-Being for Adults on the Autism Spectrum, Supplement, $64,522 subcontract. Role: Principal Investigator -funded
  • Health and Human Service Agency, NIDILLR Filed Initiated Projects Program (Development) HHS-2021-ACL-NIDILRR-IFDV-0012 proposal, Development and Testing of Virtual Training and Dissemination of TAY SUCCESS in VR: An Emerging Evidence-Based Vocational Soft Skills Training Curriculum for Transition Age Youth with Most Significant Disabilities, $600,000 Role:   Principal Investigator-unfunded
  • Developmental Disabilities Services, DDS Equity Grant, Empowering Families from Diverse Communities (EFDC), SDSU-Interwork Institute-EFRC, $100,000Role: Co-investigator, Director of Evaluation- unfunded
  • 2019 Grants Submitted

  • National Institute of Mental Health R01= Measuring Health, Function, and Social Well-being in Adults on the Autism Spectrum. Multisite proposal. (Sub PI)  $435,986   - funded
  • National Institute of Mental Health R01=A New Tool for Treatment Outcome Assessment in Adults with ASD:   The Autism Impact Measure for Adults (AIM-A)-  (Sub PI )-unfunded
  • National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) R01= Effectiveness Trial of Community SUCCESS Employment Intervention for ASD Adults- (PI) $3,982,140-unfunded
  • NIMH Small Business Innovation Research grant (SBIR) with technology partner SIMmersion- “Social Cognitive and Affective Learning in the Workplace (SOCIALwork) for Transition Age Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Sub PI) $76,459-project funded with change in scope
  • Invited Application Organization for Autism Research (OAR)-”Preparing Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders to Transition to Competitive Integrated Employment” (PI) $40,000-unfunded
  • Invited Application-Autism Speaks- Adapting and Testing SUCCESS Vocational Skills Program for Cognitively Impaired Adults with ASD (work with MADE IT program for video vignettes for SUCCESS)- (PI)  $750,000-unfunded
  • 2018 Grants Submitted

  • National Institutes of Mental Health R01- Effectiveness Trial of Community SUCCESS Employment Intervention for ASD Adults
    PI- $3,982,140 – unfunded; Resubmission for 2019- asked to submit new proposal
  • National Institutes of Mental Health R01 - A New Treatment Outcome Tool for Adults with ASD.
    PI of Subcontract-  $ 1,217,622 – unfunded; Resubmission for 2019- asked to submit new proposal
  • National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR)-Disseminating the Command and Control Cognitive Training to Community Schools
    PI: $10,000- funded
  • Foundation for Developmental Disabilities- Disseminating the College SUCCESS (Supporting Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills) Program for individuals with ASD and Developmental Disabilities in College Settings
    PI- $61,935- FUNDED
  • Health and Human Services Agency, Association of Community Living, NIDILRR - Development and Testing of TAY SUCCESS: Vocational Soft Skills Training Curriculum for Transition Age Youth with Disabilities Delivered by Vocational Rehabilitation Staff on High School Campuses
    PI- $2,375,000- unfunded; wait for 2020 (next possible cycle)
  • Organization for Autism Research- Preparing Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders to Transition to Competitive Integrated Employment Using a Soft Skills Intervention: CIE SUCCESS
    PI- $30,000- unfunded; Resubmission for 2019 (amount changed to $40,000 for 2019)- asked to resubmit
  • San Diego State University Continuing Education- Development of a Soft Skills Course: College SUCCESS (Supported, Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement & Social Skills) to increase College and Employment outcome
    Co-PI $28,244- unfunded 
  • Autism Speaks- Adapting and Testing SUCCESS Vocational Skills Program for Cognitively Impaired Adults with ASD
    PI- $750,000- unfunded; Resubmission for 2019- asked to resubmit
  • NIMH Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)- Social Cognitive and affective Learning in the Workplace (SOCIALwork) for Transition Age Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Grant with Technology partner SIMmersion and University of Michigan Site 
    PI- $70,000- Unfunded; Resubmission for 2019- asked to submit new proposal
  • Simmons Foundation-SPARK-  Rady Children’s Hospital Clinical Site Recruiting Diverse Children Through Adults with Autism PI- $600,000- unfunded
  • 2017 Grants Submitted

  • Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism- Program Development Grant. Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Driving for Individuals with ASD
    PI-$20,000-funded
  • Foundation for Developmental Disabilities- Program Development Grant. Developing a New Program for Increasing "Soft Skills" for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders: College SUCCESS
    PI-$46,601 - funded
  • 2016 Grants Submitted

  • R34 MH111491 (NIMH) High School SUCCESS: Vocational Soft Skills Program for Transition-Age ASD Youth 
    PI- $800,925-funded
  • ≤ 2015 Grants Submitted & Funded

  • R34 MH104289-01 (NIMH) Supported Employment, Cognitive Enhancement, Social Skills Program for ASD Adults (PI-Baker-Ericzén, M)       9/1/14-7/31/18    $795,431-funded 

    http://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_description.cfm?aid=8754464&icde=24569783&ddparam=&ddvalue=&ddsub=&cr=8&csb=default&cs=ASC

  • R01 MH097726 (NIMH) The Autism Impact Measure: A New Tool for Treatment Outcome Measurement (site PI-Baker-Ericzén, M; PI- Mazurek)    09/13/13-7/31/16    $1,003,470-funded

    http://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_description.cfm?aid=8733753&icde=24633679&ddparam=&ddvalue=&ddsub=&cr=1&csb=default&cs=ASC

  • R01 MH MH094317 (NIMH) Effectiveness and Implementation of a Mental Health Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders (PI-Subcontract-Baker-Ericzén, M; PI-Brookman-Frazee)

     04/01/12-03/31/17       $270,600-funded

    http://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_description.cfm?aid=8791138&icde=24633671&ddparam=&ddvalue=&ddsub=&cr=1&csb=default&cs=ASC

  • National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR)-Community Research Grant. Executive Functioning Enhancement Intervention for Teens/Young Adults with ASD (PI- Baker-Ericzén, M)

    12/1/14-12/31/15          $9,993-funded

    http://www.nfar.org/news/grant-news/nfar-announces-this-year-s-community-project-grant-awards.html

  • National Foundation for Autism Research (NFAR)- Community Project. SUCCESS executive functioning and social skills program within the NFAR Technical Skills training program. (Baker-Ericzén, M)

    4/1/15-8/1/15   $5,250-funded

    http://www.nfar.org/tech-training/adult-tech-training-program3.html

     

  • Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzén Publication List

  • Chambless, D. L., Sanderson, W. C., Shoham, V., Johnson, S. B., Pope, K. S., Crits-Christoph, P., Baker, M., Johnson, B., Woody, S. R., Sue, S., Beutler, L., Williams, D. A. & McCurry, S. (1996). An update on empirically validated therapies.  The Clinical Psychologist, 49, 5-18.
  • Baker, M. J. & Beutler, L. E. (1996).  An examination of the empirical support for social skills training.  Division 12 Task force on Promotion and Dissemination of Psychological Procedures. 
  • Harwood, T. M., Beutler, L. E., Fisher, D., Sandowicz, M., Albanese, A. L., & Baker, M. (1997). Clinical Decision Making in Managed Health Care.  In J. N. Butcher (Ed.) Personality assessment in managed health care:  Using the MMPI-2 in treatment planning (pp. 13-41). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Baker, M. J., Koegel, R. L. & Koegel, L. K. (1998). Increasing the social behaviors of young children with autism using their obsessions.  Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 23, 300-309 .       https://doi.org/10.2511/rpsd.23.4.300
  • Beutler, L. E., & Baker, M. (1998). The movement toward empirical validation: At what level should we analyze, and who are the consumers? In Dobson, K. S. and Craig, K. D. (Eds) Empirically supported therapies (pp. 43-65).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Press.
  • Chambless, D. L., Baker, M. J., Baucom, D. H., Beutler, L. E., Calhoun, K. S., Crits-Christoph, P., Daiuto, A., DeRubeis, R., Detweiler, J., Haaga, D. A. F., Johnson, S. B., McCurry, S., Mueser, K. T., Pope K. S., Sanderson, W. C., Shoham, V., Sticle, T., Williams, D. A., & Woody, S. R. (1998). Update on empirically validated therapies, II.  The Clinical Psychologist, 51, 3-16.
  • Koegel, L. K., Koegel, R. L., Baker, M. J., Ben-Tall, A., Harrower, J., & Stiebel, D. (1998). Strategies for increasing positive social interactions for children with autism.  Advocate, 30,10-11. 
  • Baker, M. J. (2000). Incorporating the thematic ritualistic behavior of children with autism into games: Increasing social play interactions with siblings.  Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 2, 66-84. https://doi.org/10.1177/109830070000200201
  • Baker, M.J., Garland, A., Culver, S., Ganger, W., & Trammel, J. (2001). Children’s mental health services: Summary of second annual system of care report. County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency: San Diego, Ca
  • Baker, M.J., Garland, A., Culver, S., Ganger, W., & Trammel, J. (2001). Children’s mental health services: Second annual system of care report. County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency/Child & Adolescent Services Research Center: San Diego, Ca.
  • Baker, M.J., Garland, A. & Landsverk, J. (2002). Diversity and Improvement: Outcome differences by race/ethnicity and informant in child & adolescent mental health. The 15th Annual Research Conference Proceedings, A System of Care for Children’s Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base.
  • Baker, M.J., Culver, S., Garland, A., Ganger, W., Durant, K & Zhang, J. (2002). Children’s Mental Health Services: Summary of third annual system of care report. County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency: San Diego, Ca.
  • Baker, M.J., Culver, S., Garland, A., Ganger, W., Durant, K & Zhang, J. (2002). Children’s Mental Health Services Third Annual System of Care Report. County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency: San Diego, Ca.
  • Baker, M. J., Hurley-Geffner, K, Koegel, L. K. & Koegel, R. L. (2002). How to Increase Success in Inclusive School Settings: Techniques and Case Examples. Santa Barbara, Ca: University of California.
  • Baker, M. J. (2003) Youth clinical outcomes: Does race/ethnicity matter? Focal Point, 17, 6-9.
  • Baker, M.J., Miller, B., Ganger, W., Wilhite-Grow, D., Mueggenborg, M. G., & Zhang, J. (2003). Children’s Mental Health Services Fourth Annual System of Care Report. County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency: San Diego, Ca.
  • Baker, M.J., Miller, B., Ganger, W., Wilhite-Grow, D., Mueggenborg, M. G., & Zhang, J. (2003). Children’s Mental Health Services: Summary of fourth annual system of care report. County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency: San Diego, Ca.
  • Stahmer, A., Baker, M. J., Carter, C. & Miwa, K. (2003). Parent perspectives on their toddler’s development: Comparison of regular and inclusion day care.  Early Childhood Development and Care, 173, 477-488.
  • Baker, M, Hartigan, P, Howard, N, Mueggenborg, M, Wilke, T & King, M (2004). Partnership for Women’s Health Program. Trilateral Partnership and Child and Adolescent Services Research Center: San Diego, Ca.
  • Baker, M.J., Miller, B., Ganger, W., Mueggenborg, M. G., & Calma, S. (2004).  Children’s Mental Health Services Fifth Annual System of Care Report. County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency: San Diego, Ca.
  • Baker, M.J., Miller, B., Ganger, W., Mueggenborg, M. G., & Calma S. (2004). Children’s Mental Health Services: Summary of fifth annual system of care report. County of San Diego Health & Human Services Agency: San Diego, Ca.
  •  Mueggenborg, M.G., Baker-Ericzén, M.J., Owens, B.K., Dunlap, T., Shea, M.M., & Strong, D. (2005). SB 1703 Inclusive Child Care Program Final Evaluation Report. Kids Included Together: San Diego, CA.
  • Muggenborg, M, Baker, M, Burns, A. (2005).  Exceptional Families Resource Center First Annual Evaluation Report.  San Diego State University: San Diego, Ca.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M. J., Brookman-Frazee, L. & Stahmer, A. (2005) Stress Levels and Adaptability in Parents of Toddlers with and Without Autism Spectrum Disorders. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 30, 194-204. https://doi.org/10.2511/rpsd.30.4.194
  • Brookman-Frazee, L., Stahmer, A., Baker-Ericzén, M., & Tsai, K. (2006). Parenting interventions for children with autism spectrum and disruptive behavior disorders: Opportunities for cross-fertilization. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 10, 181-200. DOI: 10.1007/s10567-006-0010-4
  • Baker-Ericzen, M.J., Stahmer, A, Burns, A (2007). Child Demographics Associated with Outcomes in a Community-Based Pivotal Response Training Program Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 9, 52-60. 
  • Connelly, C., Baker, M.J., Hazen, A, & Mueggenborg, M.G. (2007) Pediatric Health Care Providers’ Self-Reported Practices in Recognizing and Treating Maternal Depression. Pediatric Nursing. 33, 165-173.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M. J.,Mueggenborg, M.G, Hartigan, P., Howard, N, & Wilke, T (2008) Partnership for Women’s Health: A New Age Collaborative Program for Addressing Maternal Depression in the Postpartum Period, Family, Systems and Health, 26, 30-43.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M. J.,Mueggenborg, M. G. & Shea, M. (2009) Impact of Trainings on Child Care Providers’ Attitudes and Knowledge on Inclusion: What Factors Are Associated with Change? Topics in Early Childhood Special Education.28,196-208.
  • Brookman-Frazee, L. Baker-Ericzén, M. J., Stahmer, A., Mandell, D. & Hough, R. L. (2009). Involvement of Youths with Developmental Disabilities in Multiple Public Service Systems, Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities,2, 210-219.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M., Hurlburt, M., Brookman-Frazee, L., Jenkins, M & Hough, R. L. (2010). Comparing Child, Parent and Family Characteristics in Usual Care and EST Research Samples for Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders,18, 82-99.
  • Brookman-Frazee, L., Haine, R.A., Baker-Ericzén, M., Zoffness, R., & Garland, A. F. (2010). Factors associated with use of evidence-based practice strategies in usual care youth psychotherapy. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 37, 254–269. DOI 10.1007/s10488-009-0244-9.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M. J., Jenkins, M & Brookman-Frazee, L. (2010). Clinician and Parent Perspectives on Parent and Family Contextual Factors that Impact Community Mental Health Services for Children with Behavior Problems, Child and Youth Care Forum,39, 397-419. DOI 10.1007/s 10566-010-9111-9.
  • Connelly, C., Baker-Ericzén, M.J., Hazen, A., Landsverk, J., & Horwitz, S. M. (2010). A Model for Maternal Depression, Journal of Women’s Health.19 (9), 1747-1757. doi:10.1089/jwh.2009.1823.
  • Brookman-Frazee, L., Baker-Ericzén, M.J, Stadnick, N. & Tayor, R. (2012). Parent Perspectives on Community Mental Health Services for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 21, 533-544, DOI: 10.1007/s10826-011-9506-8. PMID: 24244083
  • Haine-Schlagel, R., Brookman-Frazee, L., Fettes, D. L., Baker-Ericzén, M. & Garland, A. F. (2012) Therapist Focus on Parent Involvement in Community-Based Youth Psychotherapy, Journal of Child and Family Studies, 21 646-656. DOI: 10.1007/s10826-011-9517-5, NIHMSID# 326709. PMID: 22844188
  • Baker-Ericzén, M.J., Connelly, C. D., Hazen, A., Dueñas, C., Landsverk, J. & Horwitz, S. M. (2012). A Collaborative Care Telemedicine Intervention to Overcome Treatment Barriers for Latina Women with Depression during the Perinatal Period. Families, Systems and Health, 30, 224-240.  DOI: 10.1037/a0028750. PMID: 22709321
  • Garland, A. F., Haine-Schlagel, R., Accurso, E., Baker-Ericzén, M. & Brookman-Frazee, L (2012). Exploring the effect of therapists’ treatment practices on client attendance in community-based care for children, Psychological Services, 9, 74-88. NIHMSID #: 358930
  • Baker-Ericzén, M. J., Jenkins, M. & Haine, R. (2013). Therapist, Parent, and Youth Perspectives of Treatment Barriers to Family-Focused Community Outpatient Mental Health Child Services, Journal of Child and Family Studies,22, 854-868. August 15 online first-DOI10.1007/s10826-012-9644-7. (NIHMS400000, Publ.ID: 2012-08-10_0002) PMID: 24019737.
  • 40. Hayden, M., Connelly, C.D., Baker-Ericzén, M. J., Hazen, A., Horwitz, S. M. (2013). Exploring Perceptions and Experiences of Maternal Depression in Latinas: A Qualitative Study. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 34, 180-184.  DOI: 10.3109/01612840.2012.701708
  • Baker-Ericzén, M. J. (2013). Early Intervention for Children/Youth with Asperger Syndrome. In DuCharme, R., Gullotta, T. P., & Moyer, S. Asperger Syndrome Volume II: A Guide for Professionals and Families. New York: Springer.
  • Li, Y, Baker-Ericzen, M. J., Ji, N, Chang, W,Guan, L, Qian, Q , Zhang, Y, Wang, Y.  (2013).  Do Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) of dopamine D4 receptor gene (DRD4) predict adult persistence of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in a Chinese Sample?  Psychiatry Research, 205, 143-151.  DOI: 10.1016/j.psychres.2012.08.016.  PMID: 23031802
  • Garland, A. F., Haine-Schlagel, R., Brookman-Frazee, L, Baker-Ericzén, M., Trask, E. & Fawley-King, K. (2013).  Improving community-based mental health care for children: translating knowledge into action, Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 40, 6-22. DOI 10.1007/s 10488-012-0450-8. PMID: 23212902
  • Connelly, C., Hazen, A., Baker-Ericzén, MJ, Landsverk, J & Horwitz, S. (2013). Is screening for depression in the perinatal period enough? The co-occurrence of depression, substance abuse and intimate partner violence in culturally diverse pregnant women. Journal of Women’s Health, 22, 844-852. DOI: 10.1089/jwh.2012.4121  PMID: 23931153
  • Baker-Ericzén, M. J., Jenkins, M, Park, S & Garland, A. F. (2014). Clinical Decision Making Strategies in Community Children’s Mental Health: Comparing Clinicians with and without Evidence Based Practice Training. Child and Youth Care Forum DOI: 10.1007/s10566-014-9274-x.
  • Garland, A.F., Taylor, R., Brookman-Frazee, L, Baker-Ericzén, M.,Haine-Schlagel, R. Liu, Y.H. & Wong, S. (2015) Does Patient Race / Ethnicity Influence Physician Decision-Making for Diagnosis and Treatment of Childhood Disruptive Behavior Problems?  Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, 2, 219-230. DOI 10.1007/s40615-014-0069-4
  • Baker-Ericzén, M, Fitch, M & Kinnear, M. (2015). SUCCESS: Supported Employment, Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills Intervention Training Manual. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego
  • Baker-Ericzén, M, Fitch, M & Kinnear, M. (2015). SUCCESS: Supported Employment, Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills Intervention Participant Workbook. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego
  • 49. Accurso, E.C., Garland, A.F., Haine-Schlagel, R., Brookman-Frazee, L., & Baker-Ericzen, M.J. (2015). Factors contributing to reduced caregiver strain in a publicly-funded child mental health system. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 23, 131-143. DOI: 10.1177/1063426614532948
  • Baker-Ericzén, M.& Fitch, M. (2016) College SUCCESS, Supported Employment, Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills, Program for Adults with ASD in College, Participant Workbook. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego
  • Baker-Ericzén & M., Fitch (2016) College SUCCESS, Supported Employment, Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills, Program for Adults with ASD in College, Facilitator Manual. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego
  • Baker-Ericzén, M., Fitch, M, Jenkins, MM, Twamley, E, Brookman-Frazee, L, Goldman, S & Patterson, T (2016). Social Skills Performance Assessment for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Administration and Scoring Manual. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego.
  • Stadnick, N., Brookman-Frazee, L., Chlebowski, C, Baker-Erirczén, M  Dyson, M & Garland, A (2017) Psychiatric Comorbidity in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Correspondence between Mental Health Clinician Report and Structured Parent Interview, Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice.
  • Drahota, A., Chlebowski, C., Stadnick, N., Baker-Ericzén, M. J., & Brookman-Frazee, L. (2017). The dissemination and implementation of psychosocial treatments for children and adolescents with ASD and comorbid anxiety. In C. M. Kerns, E. Storch, P. Kendall, J. J. Wood, & P. Renno (Eds.), Evidence Based Assessment and Treatment of Anxiety in Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Baker-Ericzén, (2017). Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Driving Intervention Training Manual. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M.J. (2017). Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Driving Intervention Participant Workbook. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego
  • Brookman-Frazee, L., Stadnick, N., Chlebowski, C. Baker-Ericzén, M. & Ganger, B. (2017). Characterizing Psychiatric Comorbidity in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Receiving Publicly-Funded Mental Health Services. Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice online first.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M.J., Fitch, M., Kinnear, M., Jenkins, M. M., Smith, L., Montano, G., Twamley, E., Crooke, P, Garcia Winner, M., Feder, J., & Leon, J. (2018) Development of the Supported Employment, Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills (SUCCESS) program for adults on the autism spectrum: results of initial study. Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice, 22, 6-19. doi.org/10.1177/1362361317724294
  • Baker-Ericzen, M.J., Brookman-Frazee, L & Brodkin, E (2018). Accelerating Research on Treatment and Services for Transition Age Youth & Adults on the Autism Spectrum . Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice, 22, 2-5. doi.org/10.1177/1362361317738646.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M.J. & Fitch, M. (2018). TAY SUCCESS, Supported, Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills, Program for Transition Age Youth with ASD in High School or Transition Programs, Participant Workbook. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego
  • Baker-Ericzén, M.J. & Fitch, M. (2018). TAY SUCCESS, Supported, Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills, Program for Transition Age Youth with ASD in High School or Transition Programs, Facilitator Guide. Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego
  • Bishop-Fitzpatrick, L, Dababnah, S, Baker-Ericzén, M.J., Smith, M.J., & Magaña, S (2019). Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Science of Social Work: a Grand Challenge for Social Work.  Social Work in Mental Health, 17, 73-92.
  • Brookman-Frazee, L., Chlebowski,C., Baker-Ericzén, M.J., Roesch, S.,& Ganger, B. (2019). Effectiveness of Training Therapists to Deliver An Individualized Mental Health Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Publicly-funded Mental Health Services: A Cluster Randomized Trial. JAMA Psychiatry.
  • Mazurek, M. O., Baker-Ericzen, M.J & Kanne, S.M. (2019). Brief Report: Calculation and Convergent and Divergent Validity of a New ADOS-2 Expressive Language Score. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 124, 438-449.doi.org/10.1352/1944-7558-124.5.438
  • Smith, M.J., Pinto, R.M., Dawalt, L., Smith, J.D., Sherwood, K., Mies, R., Taylor, J., Hume, K., Dawkins, T., Baker-Ericzén, M., Frazier, T., Humm, L & Steacy, C. (2020). Using community-engaged methods to adapt virtual reality job-interview training for transition-age youth on the autism spectrum. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders,71, [101498]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rasd.2019.101498.
  • Mazurek, M.O, Carlson, C, Baker-Ericzén, M., Butter, E., Norris, M., & Kanne, S. (2020). Construct Validity of the Autism Impact Measure (AIM). Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 50,2307–2319, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-018-3462-8
  • Baker-Ericzén, M.J., Smith, L., Tran, A & Scarvie, K (2020). A Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Driving (CBID) for Autistic Teens and Adults: A Pilot Study. Autism in Adulthood. Online link https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/pdf/10.1089/aut.2020.0009
  • Mazurek, M.O, Carlson, C, Baker-Ericzén, M., Butter, E., Norris, M., & Kanne, S. (2020). The Autism Impact Measure (AIM): Examination of Sensitivity to Change. Autism Research, 13(11): 1867–1879. doi: 10.1002/aur.2397
  • Brookman-Frazee, L., Baker-Ericzén, M.J., Chan, J., Dickson, K.S., Rieth, S.R., Haine Schlagel, R., Stadnick, N.A., Stahmer, A.C. & Suhrheinrich. (In press) Applying Dissemination and Implementation Science to Facilitate Community Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions. In Matson, Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Springer Publisher.
  • Baker-Ericzén, M.J., ElShamy, R & Kammes, R. (in press). Current Status of Evidence-Based Practices to Enhance Employment Outcomes for Transition Age Youth and Adults on the Autism Spectrum. Current Psychiatry Reports (Volume 23)
  • Press Release

  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Mary J Baker-Ericzen, Ph.D. Receives 2020 San Diego Award

    San Diego Award Program Honors the Achievement

    SAN DIEGO February 14, 2020 -- Mary J Baker-Ericzen, Ph.D. has been selected for the 2020 San Diego Award in the Psychologists category by the San Diego Award Program.

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    Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2020 San Diego Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the San Diego Award Program and data provided by third parties.

    About San Diego Award Program

    The San Diego Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the San Diego area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

    The San Diego Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community's contributions to the U.S. economy.

    SOURCE: San Diego Award Program

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