Publications and Presentations

Recent Publications
  1. Harris, S.E., Fox, R.A., & Holtz, C.A. (2015). Screening for Significant Behavior Problems in Diverse Young Children Living in Poverty. Journal of Child and Family Studies. DOI: 10.1007/s10826-015-0300-x

  2. Burkard, A.W., Holtz, C.A., Martinez, M.J. (In Preparation). School counselors’ perspectives of student-to-student racial conflicts in schools. Professional School Counseling.

  3. Holtz, C.A., & Martinez, M.J. (2015). Positive Psychological Practices in Multicultural School Settings. In L. Edwards & J. Pedrotti (Eds.). Perspectives on the Intersection of Multiculturalism & Positive Psychology

  4. Holtz, C.A., Fox, R.A., & Meurer, J.R. (2014). Prevalence of behavior problems in young children from low-income families. The Journal of Psychology.

  5. Holtz, C.A., Martinez, M.J. (2013). Positive Psychological Practices in Multicultural School Settings.
      
    In L. Edwards & J. Pedrotti (Eds.). Perspectives on the Intersection of Multiculturalism & Positive Psychology.

  6. Holtz, C.A. (2013). I didn't do it, the truth about lying. Parents Crosslink Magazine, Summer Edition.

  7. Holtz, C.A., & Fox, R.A. (2012). Behavior problems in young children from low-income Families: The develop-
         ment of a new screening tool. Infant Mental Health Journal.

  8. Holtz, C.A. (2012). The four "D's" to effective discipline. Parents Crosslink Magazine, Summer Edition.

  9. ​Holtz, B., & Holtz, C.A. (2010). Milwaukee area Exchange Clubs help prevent child abuse through an innovative
         program. Exchange Today Magazine, Winter edition, 22-23.

  10. Holtz, C.A., Carrasco, J.M., Mattek, R.J., & Fox, R.A. (2009). Behavior problems in toddlers with and without
         disabilities: Clinical comparisons. Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 31, 292-311.

  11. Burkard, A.W., Martinez, M.J., & Holtz, C.A. (2009). Closing the achievement gap: School Counselors’ Social
         Justice Imperitive. In Ponterotto (Ed.). Handbook of Multicultural Counseling.

  12. Fox, R.A., Holtz, C.A., & Moist, A.M. (2009). A community-based accommodation program for adults with
         autism and mental retard-ation. Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, 44 (1), 118-126.

  13. Fox, R.A., & Holtz, C.A. (2009). Treatment outcomes for toddlers with behavior problems and developmental
         delays from low-income families. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 14, 183-189.

  14. Holtz, C.A., & Fox, R.A. (2008). Infant Mental Heath: An Emerging Field for Children with Developmental
         Disabilities. In A. F. Rotatori & F. Obiakor (Eds). Advances in special education: Perspectives in the assess-
         ment, instruction, and treatment of individuals with develop-mental disabilities and autistic spectrum
         disorders. New York: Elsevier.

  15. Holtz, C.A., Barber, B.N., & Jarrett, K.M. (2008). Toddler and pre-schooler behavior scale: Preliminary
         psychometric evaluation of a new scale. Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1, 10-25.

  16. Fox, R.A., Holtz, C.A., & Barcelona, A.L. (2008). Oppositional defiant disorder and aggression in a young man
         with mental retardation: Long-term treatment in a community-based setting. Clinical Case Studies, 7(1), 42-53.

  17. Edwards, L. M., Holtz, C. A., & Green, M. B. (2007). Promoting strengths among culturally diverse youth in
          schools. School Psychology Forum, 2, 39-49.

Recent Conference Presentations​

 

Holtz, C.A. (2017, September). Family Mediation Training. Co-presenter at 40-hour conference/training for

Wisconsin Professionals.

Holtz, C.A. (2017, June). Social Skills Development and the Classroom. Presented at the Lutheran Educators Conference at Kettle Moraine High School.

Holtz, C.A. (2016, August). Education in the 21st Century: How Social Issues Impact Education. Keynote presented to the Christian Educators for Special Education (CESE) State Conference.

Holtz, C.A., Hansen, S.A., Bomrad, D. (2015, May). Family Focused Divorce: Utilization of Child Specialists. Presentation at the national conference for Association of Family and Conciliation Courts New Orleans, LA.

Holtz, C.A. (2017, August). Needs of the 21st Century Student: Presented to Salem Lutheran School Staff.

Holtz, C.A. (2017, March/April). The Overbooked Child. Presented at St. John’s Lutheran Elementary School, Wauwatosa, WI.

Holtz, C.A. (2017, March/April). The Overbooked Child. Presented at Trinity Lutheran, Caledonia, WI.

Holtz, C.A. (2017, February). The Utility of Child Specialist Role in Family Law Cases. Presented to the Milwaukee County Family Judges.

Holtz, C.A. (2016, February). Child Specialist Training. Presented at Commissioner’s Office West Bend, WI.

Holtz, C.A. (2016, September, November). The overbooked child and Media savvy parenting. Presented to Trinity Lutheran Caledonia Parents and Staff.

Holtz, C.A. (2016, June). International Collaborative Law Training. Presented in Italy to the Italian Collaborative Group.

Holtz, C.A. (2015, June). Medical Record Utilization in the Legal Process. Presented to Judicial Continuing Education Group for the Wisconsin State Supreme Court.

Holtz, C.A. (2015, February). Medical Record Utilization in the Legal Process. Collaborative presentation for the Association of Family and Conciliation Court annual meeting.

Holtz, C.A.  (2015, February). Understanding Family Dynamics and the Effects on the Lutheran Classroom. Keynote address for South Eastern Wisconsin District Teachers Convention.

Holtz, C.A. (2014, April). Parental Alienation as a Continuum. Presented to Judicial Continuing Education Group.

Holtz, C.A. (2013, August). Christian Love to Modern Families. Keynote Address to the Wisconsin Lutheran
     State Teachers Conference.

Holtz, C.A. (2013, August). Social Skills in High Schools. Keynote Address to the Wisconsin Area Lutheran
     Educator Conference.

Holtz, C.A. (2012, June). Mental Health and Schools. Presentation to State Administrators of Lutheran Church
     Missouri Synod Schools.

Holtz, C.A. (2011, June). Socially Savvy Students. Keynote Presentation at the Christian Educators for Special
     Education Conference.

Holtz, C.A., Carrasco, J.M., Mattek, R.J., & Fox, R.A. (2010, June). Behavior problems in toddlers with
     developmental delays: Treatment outcomes. Paper presented at Head Start’s 10th National Research
     Conference, Washington D.C.

Carrasco, J.M., Mattek, R.J., Holtz, C.A., & Fox, R.A. (2009, March) In-home treatment for at-risk children and
     families. Presentation at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Convention.

Barber, B.N., Holtz, C.A., & Fox, R.A. (2008, August). Treatment outcomes for toddlers with developmental
     disabilities. Poster accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological
     Association, Boston, MA.

Burkard, A.W., Holtz, C.A., Martinez, M.J. (2008, June). Racial conflict in schools. Paper accepted for
     presentation at the annual meeting of the American School Counselor Association, Atlanta, GA.

Holtz, C.A., Fox, R.A., & Meurer, J. (2008, May). Patterns of behavior problems among urban toddlers and
     preschoolers and development of a new survey tool. Poster accepted for presentation at the international
     meeting of the Pediatric Academic Society, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Holtz, C.A., Carrasco, J.M., & Fox, R.A. (2008, November). Development of a screening measure for behavior
     problems in young children. Poster accepted for presentation at the national meeting of the Association for
     Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Orlando, Florida.

Holtz, C.A. (2007, March). Racial conflict in schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Marquette
     University, Counseling and Educational Psychology Mini-conference and Research Exchange, Milwaukee, WI.

Holtz, C.A. (2005, April). Oppositional defiant disorder in children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of
     the Marquette University, Counseling and Educational Psychology Mini-conference and Research Exchange,
     Milwaukee, WI.

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