Amy Kaye, PhD, is a part-time faculty member in the School of Social Work, teaching program evaluation. She is a full-time Staff Psychologist at the Boston Children’s Hospital Neighborhood Partnerships Program (BCHNP), the community mental health program in the Department of Psychiatry at Boston Children’s Hospital. In addition to providing services as a school-based clinician and consultant at BCHNP, Dr. Kaye chairs the program’s Evaluation Team, supporting training, implementation, documentation, and evaluation of evidence-based practices throughout the service delivery model at BCHNP partner schools. Additionally, she serves as a member of Boston Public Schools’ Comprehensive Behavioral Health Model (CBHM) Research Committee, providing consultation on program implementation and evaluation efforts surrounding the district-wide CBHM. Dr. Kaye has extensive training and experience in implementing and evaluating the effectiveness of evidence-based strategies and practices in a variety of clinical settings, including K-12 urban public schools, residential schools, correctional facilities, primary care facilities, and community outpatient facilities. Dr. Kaye is currently an Instructor at Harvard Medical School. She holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Maine, and she completed her predoctoral internship at Milton Hershey School.