Annemieke Golly, Ph.D.

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Education & Training

Ph.D., 1994
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Special Education, Behavior Disorders

M.S., 1987
University of Oregon
Special Education

B.S., 1982
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Elementary Education. Handicapped Learner Endorsement
Dean's List

B.D., 1962
Veghel, the Netherlands
Business

Annemieke Golly, Ph.D., born and raised in The Netherlands, is a certified special education teacher who has taught children with behavior and conduct disorders for two decades. Annemieke received her Ph.D. in special education at the University of Oregon. Her areas of expertise are early and preventive intervention, behavior management, and classroom and school-wide management. She is an assistant research scientist at the Oregon Research Institute and works at the Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior at the University of Oregon as a teacher trainer and behavioral consultant.

Dr. Golly is a co-author for the First Step to Success Program (PreK – 3rd grade) and has been a coordinator for designing, implementing and conducting Nation-wide research on this program for the past decade. She has trained hundreds of teachers and coaches to implement school and home interventions for young students who are dealing with challenging behaviors.

Current Projects

Preschool First Step to Success: An Efficacy Replication Study

PROJECT PERIOD

07/01/15 - 06/30/19

FUNDING AGENCY

United States Department of Education

CURRENT STATUS

Active and Not Recruiting

TEAM

Principal Investigator
Edward Feil

Co-Investigators
Annemieke Golly, John Seeley, Hill Walker

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Efficacy of Enhanced First Step to Success Intervention for Tertiary-Level Students with Disruptive Behavior

PROJECT PERIOD

07/01/15 - 06/30/19

FUNDING AGENCY

United States Department of Education

CURRENT STATUS

Active and Not Recruiting

TEAM

Principal Investigator
John Seeley

Co-Investigators
Edward Feil, Annemieke Golly, Hill Walker

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Interactive Multimedia Training Program for First Step to Success Intervention

PROJECT PERIOD

10/01/11 - 07/31/14

FUNDING AGENCY

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

CURRENT STATUS

Completed

TEAM

Principal Investigator
John Seeley

Co-Investigators
Annemieke Golly

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First Step: Home/School Intervention for Preschoolers with Disruptive Behaviors

PROJECT PERIOD

12/01/08 - 11/30/14

FUNDING AGENCY

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

CURRENT STATUS

Completed

TEAM

Principal Investigator
Edward Feil, Hill Walker

Co-Investigators
Annemieke Golly, John Seeley, Herbert Severson

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Publications

Seeley, J. R., Small, J. W., Feil, E. G., Frey, A. J., Walker, H. M., Golly, A., & Forness, S. R. (2017). Effects of the first step to success intervention on preschoolers with disruptive behavior and comorbid anxiety problems. School Mental Health.

Abstract or Full Text

Feil, E. G., Small, J. W., Seeley, J. R., Walker, H. M., Golly, A., Frey, A., & Forness, S. R. (2016). Early Intervention for Preschoolers at Risk for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Preschool First Step to Success. Behavioral Disorders, 41, 95-106. doi: 10.17988/0198-7429-41.2.95

Abstract or Full Text

Frey, A. J., Small, J. W., Lee, J., Walker, H. M., Seeley, J. R., Feil, E. G., & Golly, A. (2014). Expanding the range of the First Step to Success intervention: Tertiary-level support for children, teachers, and families. Early Childhood Research Quarterly

Abstract or Full Text

Feil, E., Frey, A., & Golly, A. (2014). First Step to Success for preschool children. In R. E. Slavin (Ed.), Classroom management & assessment (pp.105-109). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Lee, J., Frey, A., Ratcliffe, P., Rutledge, A., Seeley, J., Small, J., Feil, E., Walker, H., & Golly, A. (2014). Motivational Interviewing to support teacher behaviour change. In E. McNamara (Ed.), Motivational Interviewing. Children and young people II: Issues and further applications (pp. 83-102). Ainsdale, Merseyside, UK: Positive Behaviour Management.

Feil, E. G., Frey, A., Walker, H. M., Small, J. W., Seeley, J. R., Golly, A., & Forness, S. R. (2014). The Efficacy of a Home-School Intervention for Preschoolers with Challenging Behaviors: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Preschool First Step to Success. Journal of Early Intervention, 36, 151-170.

Sumi, W. C., Woodbridge, M. W., Javitz, H., Thornton, S. P., Wagner, M., Rouspil, K., Yu, J., Seeley, J. R., Walker, H., Golly, A., Small, J., Feil, E., & Severson, H. (2013) Are Short-term Results the First Step to Long-term Behavioral Improvements? Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 21(1), 66-78.

Frey, A.J., Small, J.W. Feil, E., Seeley, J.R., Walker, H.W., & Golly, A. (2013). The feasibility of First Step to Success with preschoolers. Children & Schools. doi: 10.1093/cs/cdt014

Frey, A. J., Cloud, R. N., Lee, J., Small, J. W., Seeley, J. R., Feil, E. G., Walker, H. M. & Golly, A. (2011). The promise of motivational interviewing in school mental health. School Mental Health, 3, 1-12.

Walker, H. M., Seeley, J. R., Small, J., Severson, H. H., Graham, B., Feil, E. G., Serna, L., Golly, A. M., & Forness, S. R. (2009). A randomized controlled trial of the First Step to Success early intervention: Demonstration of program efficacy outcomes within a diverse, urban school district. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 17, 197-212.

Seeley, J. R., Small, J. W., Walker, H. M., Feil, E. G., Severson, H. H., Golly, A. M., & Forness, S. R. (2009). Efficacy of the First Step to Success intervention for students with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. School Mental Health: A Multidisciplinary Research and Practice Journal, 1, 37-48.

Walker, H.M., Seeley, J., Small, J., Golly, A., Severson, H. & Feil, E. (2008, Winter). The First Step to Success program for preventing antisocial behavior in young children: Update on past, current and planned research. Report on Emotional & Behavioral Disorders in Youth, 8(1), 17-23.

Walker, H. M., Kavanagh, K., Stiller, B., Golly, A., Severson, H. H., and Feil, E. G. (1998). First step to success: An early intervention approach for preventing school antisocial behavior. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 6(2): 66-80.

Walker, H. M.; Stiller, B; Severson, H. H.; Feil, E.G .; Golly, A. (1998). First step to success: An effective preventive intervention for anti-social behavior in primary grades. Psychology in the Schools, 35(3): 259-269

Walker, H. M., Kavanagh, K., Stiller, B., Golly, A., Severson, H. H., and Feil, E. G. (1997). First step to success: An early intervention program for antisocial kindergartners. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

Experience

2006-present
Associate Research Scientist
Oregon Research Institute, Eugene, OR 

2006-present
Courtesy Research Associate
Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior,
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

1992-2006
Research Associate
Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior,
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

1992- 1998
Behavior Consultant/ Teacher Trainer,
Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior.
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

1990-1994
Graduate Teaching Fellow,
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 

1983-1997
Special Education Teacher,
School District 4J, Eugene, OR