Carmen Noroña, LICSW, MS.Ed
Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Pediatrics





Carmen Rosa Noroña, LICSW, Ms.Ed., CEIS, is from Quito, Ecuador where she completed her licensure in clinical psychology at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador in addition to a three-year training program in psychoanalysis. Subsequently, she received a Fulbright scholarship to earn a Master’s degree in Early Intervention from Wheelock College. She is certified in the administration of the Newborn Behavioral Observations System (NBO) and trained as a Fussy Baby specialist. Her practice and research interests are on the impact of trauma on infant mental health and attachment, adapting mental health services to new immigrants in the Latino community, the intersection of immigration and trauma, multicultural supervision and consultation, and developmental assessment and intervention with children at risk for developmental delays. Ms. Noroña wrote a series of articles regarding the effects of institutionalization in young children and alternative systems of care in Ecuador that were published by UNICEF. At CWVP, Ms. Noroña serves as the clinical coordinator for the program; she provides clinical services and supervises graduate students. In addition, she is the associate director of the CWVP site of the Early Trauma Treatment Network (ETTN), a research, development and treatment site of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). She provides Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) consultation to mental health agencies and training to Spanish and English-speaking multidisciplinary audiences, nationally and abroad, on topics related to the impact and treatment of early trauma. Ms. Noroña is a member of the Culture Consortium of the NCTSN, and has adapted and translated child assessment protocols for use with Spanish-speaking children and families. Ms. Noroña co-developed the Birth to Three Clinic, a specialty clinic in Pediatrics at Boston Medical Center that provided short-term clinical intervention to children birth to thirty-six-months and their caregivers with the goal of addressing attachment difficulties.

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  1. Fortuna LR, Noroña CR, Porche MV, Tillman C, Patil PA, Wang Y, Markle SL, Alegría M. Trauma, immigration, and sexual health among Latina women: Implications for maternal-child well-being and reproductive justice. Infant Ment Health J. 2019 09; 40(5):640-658.View Related Profiles. PMID: 31335984; PMCID: PMC6972560; DOI: 10.1002/imhj.21805;
     
  2. Costa G, Noroña CR. Clinical Guide to Psychiatric Assessment of Infants and Young Children. The Art and Science of Obtaining a History in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Assessment. Springer. 2019; 21-76.
  3. Fraser JG, Noroña CR, Bartlett JD, Zhang J, Spinazzola J, Griffin JL, Montagna C, Todd M, Bodian R, Barto B. Screening for Trauma Symptoms in Child Welfare-Involved Young Children: Findings from a Statewide Trauma-Informed Care Initiative. J Child Adolesc Trauma. 2019 Sep; 12(3):399-409. PMID: 32318209; PMCID: PMC7163841; DOI: 10.1007/s40653-018-0240-x;
     
  4. Barto B, Bartlett JD, Von Ende A, Bodian R, Noroña CR, Griffin J, Fraser JG, Kinniburgh K, Spinazzola J, Montagna C, Todd M. The impact of a statewide trauma-informed child welfare initiative on children's permanency and maltreatment outcomes. Child Abuse Negl. 2018 07; 81:149-160. PMID: 29739000; DOI: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2018.04.023;
     
  5. Noroña CR, Acker ML. IMPLEMENTATION AND SUSTAINABILITY OF CHILD-PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY: THE ROLE OF REFLECTIVE CONSULTATION IN THE LEARNING COLLABORATIVE MODEL. Infant Ment Health J. 2016 11; 37(6):701-716. PMID: 27783865; DOI: 10.1002/imhj.21607;
     
  6. Ghosh-Ippen C, Noroña CR, Lieberman AF. Clinical considerations for conducting Child-Parent Psychotherapy with young children with developmental disabilities who have experienced trauma. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy. 2014; 10(3):196-211.

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2018 National Association of Social Workers, Boston, MA: Emerging Leader Award
2016 White Tulip Health Foundation, Boston, MA: White Tulip Award for Contributions to Humanity
2014 Boston University Graduate School of Social Work, Boston, MA: Field Supervisor Award
1991-1992 Delta, Kappa, Gamma Association: Scholarship Awar
1990-1992 Fulbright Commission, Quito, Ecuado: Fulbright Scholarship Award
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