Charlyn Harper Browne
She, Her, Hers
I am primarily responsible for contributing to research and the racial equity agenda that is foundational to projects within CSSP’s Young Children and Their Families and Youth Thrive bodies of work, as well as other partnership projects, including the Quality Improvement Center on Domestic Violence in Child Welfare.
I do this work because
I am committed to helping strengthen the knowledge base of practitioners, administrators, and policymakers whose work directly and indirectly can influence the healthy development and well-being of children and families.
I am most proud of
My proudest professional accomplishment is that numerous African American undergraduate and graduate students have achieved a master’s or doctoral degree, in part, due to my encouragement, teaching, and mentorship.
- Chairperson and Associate Professor, Department of Counseling and Psychological Studies, Clark Atlanta University
- Vice President of Academic Affairs, Morris Brown College
- Professor of Psychology, Atlanta Metropolitan College
Education and Awards
- Three years of postdoctoral coursework in Clinical Child and Family Psychology, Georgia State University
- Ph.D. in Early Childhood Education, Georgia State University
- M.A. in Educational Psychology, Atlanta University
- B.A. in Psychology, Spelman College
- Leaders for the 21st Century Fellow (2007 – 2009), ZERO TO THREE National Center on Infants, Children, and Families
When the day is done
I thoroughly enjoy interacting with my family and close friends, playing tennis, growing indoor plants, and completing jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles, and brain teasers.
- Youth Thrive: A Framework to Help Adolescents Overcome Trauma and Thrive
- Youth Thrive: Advancing Healthy Adolescent Development and Well-Being
- Understanding the Developmental Needs of Expectant and Parenting Youth
- Parents’ Assessment of Protective Factors (PAPF): User Guide and Technical Report
- Expectant and Parenting Youth Developmental Needs: Paper
- Expectant and Parenting Youth Developmental Needs: Executive Summary
- Expectant and Parenting Youth Developmental Needs: Domain V
- Expectant and Parenting Youth Developmental Needs: Domain IV
- Expectant and Parenting Youth Developmental Needs: Domain III
- Expectant and Parenting Youth Developmental Needs: Domain II
- Expectant and Parenting Youth Developmental Needs: Domain I
- The Strengthening Families Approach and Protective Factors Framework: Branching Out and Reaching Deeper
- Almost Like Family: Family Child Care