Falconer, M., DiLorenzo, P., Pecora, P, Lederman, C., "Family Centered Practice in Florida: Family Court Actions and Perceptions", Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 2012, in press.
Lederman, C. "Using Science to Make Healing Decisions in Juvenile Courts." CW 360: Using a Developmental Approach in Child Welfare Practice. Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare School of Social Work. University of Minnesota, Winter 2012.
Katz, L; Lederman, C.; Osofsky, J. "Use of Evidence-Based Parenting Programs for Parents of At-Risk Young Children," Juvenile and Family Court Journal Volume 62, No. 4, Fall 2011.
Katz, L; Lederman, C.; Osofsky, J., “Child-Centered Practices for the Courtroom and Community: A Guide to Working Effectively with Young Children and Their Families in the Child Welfare System” Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., November 2010.
Casanueva, C.; Goldman-Fraser, Jenifer; Ringeisen, H. ; Lederman, C.; Katz, L.; Osofsky, J., “Maternal Perceptions of Temperament Among Infants and Toddlers Investigated for Maltreatment: Implications for Services Need and Referral” Journal of Family Violence, Volume: 25, Issue: 6, pgs: 557-574, August 2010.
Lederman, C., “Science in the Courtroom: Vital to Best Interests and Reasonable Efforts”, Juvenile and Family Court Journal Volume 61, No. 1, Winter 2010.
Thomlison, B., Lederman, C., Katz, L., Maze, C., Gomez-Kaifer, M., “Principles for Successfully Implementing Evidence-Based Practices and Programs, Juvenile and Family Justice Today, pg. 12. Winter 2010.
Lederman, C., Gomez-Kaifer, M., Katz, L., Thomlison, B., Maze, C., “An Imperative Evidence Based Practice within the Child Welfare System of Care”, Juvenile and Family Justice Today, pgs. 22-25. Fall 2009
Lederman, C. Audio –Only “Brushes from the Bench: The Courts and AAPD Working Together for Dental Health Month” Practical Reviews -Pediatric Dentistry Volume 22, No. 5, March 15, 2009.
Lederman, C., “Healing in the Place of Last Resort” The Role of the Dependency Court within Community-Based Efforts to Prevent Child Maltreatment in Preventing Child Maltreatment, 172-181, ed. K. Dodge and D.L. Coleman (New York; Guilford Press, 2009).
Osofsky, J., Putnam, F.W., Lederman, C.S., “How to Maintain Emotional Health When Working with Trauma”, Juvenile and Family Court Journal Volume 59, No. 4, Fall 2008.
Lederman, C.S., Osofsky, J., “A Judicial-Mental Health Partnership to Heal Young Children in Juvenile Court”, Juvenile and Family Court Journal Volume 59, No. 2, Spring 2008.
Largent, B.A., Lederman, C., Whitney Barnes, E., “Children’s Dental Health: The Next Frontier in Well-Being.” Technical Assistance Brief, National Counsel of Juvenile and Family Judges, Reno, Nevada. January 2008.
Osofsky J.D., Lederman, C.S. “A Judicial -Mental Health Partnership to Heal Young Children in Juvenile Court.” Infant Mental Health Journal, Vol. 29(1), 1-12. (2008).
Lederman, C., Osofsky J.D., “Creating Parenting Reform In Our Dependency Courts,” Future Trends in State Courts 2007, 62-63, National Center for State Courts. (2008).
Waldman, B.H., Perlman, S.P., Lederman, C.S. “Foster Children with Disabilities” Exceptional Parent, Vol. 37 (12), 20-22. (The Family and Professional Journal for the Special Needs Community, 2007).
Osofsky J.D., Kronenberg, M., Hammer, J.H., Lederman, C.S., Katz, L, Adams, S, Graham, M., Hogan, A. “The Development and Evaluation of the Intervention Model for Florida Infant Mental Health Pilot Program”. Infant Mental Health Journal, Vol. 28 (3), 259-280. (2007).
Lederman, C.S., “Special Needs and Child Welfare: Healing the Child”, Pediatric Dentistry, 2007 March-April; 29 (2):143-5.
Rivers, J., Maze, C., Hannah, S., and Lederman, C., “Domestic Violence Screening and Service Acceptance Among Adult Victims in a Dependency Court Setting”, Child Welfare, 2007.
Rosch, J. and Lederman, C., “Creating a Legal and Organizational Context for Reducing Deviant Peer Influence” in Deviant Peer Influences in Programs for Youth, ed. K. Dodge, T. Dishion, and J.Lansford (New York; Guilford Press, 2006).
Osofsky, J. and Lederman, C., “Mental Health and Judicial Partnerships: Collaborating to Reduce the Effects of Abuse on Children and Families” in Interventions for Children Exposed to Violence, (Johnson & Johnson Pediatric Institute, 2006).
Lederman, C., “Miami’s Infant and Young Children’s Mental Health Program: A Case Study”, Future Trends in State Courts 2004, National Center for State Courts, 2004.
Osofsky, J. and Lederman, C., “Healing the Child in Juvenile Court” in Young Children and Trauma, ed. J. Osofsky (New York: Guilford Press, 2004)
Lederman, C., Dakof, G., Larrea, M., and Liu, H., “Characteristics of Adolescent Girls in Detention”, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Vol. 27, 2004.
Lederman, C., “Miami’s Infant and Young Children’s Mental Health Program: A Place Where the Healing Begins”, 2003 Report on Trends in State Courts, National Center for State Courts, 2003.
Lederman, C.S. and Osofsky, J., “Infant Mental Health Interventions in Juvenile Court: Ameliorating the Effects of Maltreatment and Deprivation”, Psychology, Public Policy and Law, May/June 2004.
Malik, N.M., and Lederman, C.S., Crowson, M., and Osofsky J., “Evaluating Maltreated Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers in Dependency Court”, Infant Mental Health Journal, September 2002.
Lederman, C.S., Osofsky, J. and Katz, L., “When the Bough Breaks, the Cradle will Fall: Promoting the Healthy Development of Infants and Toddlers in Juvenile Court”, Juvenile and Family Court Journal, Fall 2001.
O’Riley, C., and Lederman, C., “Co-Occurring Child Maltreatment and Domestic Violence: The Judicial Imperative to Ensure Reasonable Efforts” Florida Bar Journal, November 2001.
Lederman, C.S. and Adams, S, “Innovations in Assessing and Helping Maltreated Infants and Toddlers in Juvenile Court”, Zero to Three Bulletin, June/July 2001.
Lederman, C.S., and Brown, E.N., “AEntangled in the Shadows: Girls in the Juvenile Justice System”, Buffalo Law Review, Fall 2000.
Lederman, C.S., “Girls in the Juvenile Justice System: What You Should Know”, ABA Child Law Practice, Volume 19, No. 7, pages 110-111, September 2000.
Lederman, C.S., Malik, N.M. & Aaron, Sharon, The Nexus Between Child Maltreatment and Domestic Violence: A View from the Court, Journal of the Center for Children and the Courts, pages 129-135, Fall 2000.
Bernstein, Scott & Lederman, C.S., “Building a World Safe for the Dreams of Children”, Today, Juvenile and Family Justice, Spring 2000, NCJFCJ, pages 11-13.
Larsen, J. & Lederman, C.S., Drug Exposed Infants and the Miami Criteria for Judicial Decisions in Dependency Cases, International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 14, Oxford University Press, April 2000.
Lederman, C.S.& Socol, S.G., Picturing Ourselves: Enriching the lives of Dependent Children, The Judges’ Journal, Volume 38, pages, 28-31, Summer 1999.
Lecklitner, G.E., Malik, N.M., Aaron, S.M. & Lederman, C.S. Promoting the safety of abused children and battered mothers: A model dependency court intervention program. Child Maltreatment, Volume 4, Number 2, pages 175-182, May 1999.
Lederman, C.S., The Juvenile Court: Putting Research to Work for Prevention, The Juvenile Justice Journal, Volume VI, No. 2,pages 22-31, December 1999.
Lederman, C.S. & Malik, N.M., Family Violence: A Report on the State of the Research, The Florida Bar Journal, Volume LXXIII, No. 11, pages 58-62, December 1999.
Lederman, C.S., "Dade County Domestic Violence Court-a Plan for the Future,” Court Review, Volume 30, No.1, page 22, Spring 1993.
Lederman, C.S., "An Rx for Domestic Violence", Miami Medicine, June 1993.
Lederman, C.S. & Gladstone, W.E., “Wanted: Angels to be a Voice for Kids in Despair”, The Miami Herald, September 10, 1999.
Lederman, C.S. & Brown, E., “Safe Girls Now, Wholesome Women Later”, The Miami Herald, March 29, 1999.