The Full Frame Initiative. (2016). The Five Domains of Wellbeing for Youth and Youth Involved in the Juvenile Justice System. Greenfield, MA. Download here.
The Full Frame Initiative and Patsy Carter/Missouri Children’s Division. (2016). Trauma Informed Pathways to the Five Domains of Wellbeing. Greenfield, MA. Download here.
The Full Frame Initiative. (2014). Domestic and sexual violence cohort demonstration project: Taking action to move from services to social change. Greenfield, MA. Download the report here.
Goodman, L. and Smyth, K.F. (2011). A call for a social network-oriented approach to services for survivors of intimate partner violence. Psychology of Violence 1 (2), 79-92.
Goodman, L., Smyth, K. F., and Banyard, V. (2010) Beyond the 50 minute hour: Increasing control, choice and connections to improve the mental health of poor women. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 80 (1), 3-11.
Goodman, L., Smyth, K., Glenn, C., and Singer, R. (2009). When crises collide: How intimate partner violence and poverty intersect to shape women’s mental health and coping. Trauma, Violence and Abuse.
Goodman, L, Fels, K. and Glenn, C. (2006). No Safe Place: Sexual Assault in the Lives of Homeless Women. Harrisburg, PA: VAWnet, a project of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence,vawnet.org.
Gibson, C., Smyth, K., Nayowith, G., and Zaff, J. (2013, September 19). To get to the good, you gotta dance with the wicked [Blog entry]. Retrieved from http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/to_get_to_the_good_you_gotta_dance_with_the_wicked.
In response to a recent piece in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, by Bill Shore, Darell Hammond, and Amy Celep (When Good is Not Good Enough), calling on nonprofits to embrace “big solutions to big problems”, the authors respond on the necessity of recognizing complexity if we’re ever going to actually make headway on big problems, and the reality that nonprofits are necessary– but not sufficient.
Smyth, K.F. (2012, July 17). Full frame initiative reaches beyond their bubble to be fearless [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://casefoundation.org/blog/full-frame-initiative-be-fearless.
The Case Foundations’s 2012 report, Be Fearless, highlighted the Full Frame Initiative as an example of “reaching beyond your bubble.” They say about FFI that “the organization has developed a learning network to share best practices among grassroots social service agencies supporting marginalized people. In this guest blog, Founder and CEO Katya Fels Smyth gives us a deeper look at how her organization is embracing the Be Fearless mantra and exploring how they can truly reach beyond their bubble to achieve their mission”.
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Leveraging Social Networks to Support Survivors of Domestic Violence (.pdf) Presented at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, July 2010. When Crises Collide: Exploring the implications when interpersonal violence intersects with persistent poverty, mental health issues and substance use (.pdf) Plenary Presentation to the Family Violence Prevention Fund HealthCare conference 2009