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#1Lorraine T. Benuto (UNR: University of Nevada, Reno)H-Index: 9
#2Rory Newlands (UNR: University of Nevada, Reno)H-Index: 2
Last. Caroline Cummings (UNR: University of Nevada, Reno)H-Index: 4
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The purpose of this mixed methods study was to discover if and how clinicians integrate cultural factors into treatment, what specific 'culturally sensitive' practices clinicians utilize, and who clinicians use these practices with. In Study 1(N = 9) qualitative interviews were conducted with psychologists who shared information about the culturally sensitive clinical practices that they utilize. Based on the results from Study 1, a survey was created for Study 2 and completed by 142 psychologis...
This article is a combined 1st-person narrative of a mental health professional with a mental illness, referred to as a prosumer, and her psychologist friend who stood by her during her 1st manic episode with psychosis. Challenges prosumers face are highlighted. These include stigma, questions about the impact of illness on ability to work in the field, and the choice of whether to disclose about the illness and to whom. Disclosures about lived experience within public settings, outside of the t...
#1Benjamin J. MorascoH-Index: 31
#2Megan O. IacoccaH-Index: 1
Last. Bobbi Jo H. Yarborough (KP: Kaiser Permanente)H-Index: 16
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Identifying patients at risk of misusing prescription opioids is a priority. Standardized risk measures exist, but prior research has been limited in an assessment of their utility by a reliance on cross-sectional or retrospective analyses. In this study, the Pain Medication Questionnaire (PMQ), a standardized self-report measure of risk for prescription opioid misuse, was used to predict aberrant urine drug test (UDT) results over the subsequent 24 months. At baseline, participants who were pre...
#1Mary O. Shapiro (MUSC: Medical University of South Carolina)
#2Daniel F. Gros (MUSC: Medical University of South Carolina)H-Index: 27
Transdiagnostic behavior therapy (TBT) has been found to lead to significant reductions in affective disorder symptoms. However, patient satisfaction and treatment fit for TBT have not been examined. Within a sample of veterans, the current study examined the acceptability of TBT in comparison to brief behavioral activation (BA) for depression. Results found individuals in the TBT condition (compared to BA) were more satisfied with therapy, F(1, 48) = 6.68, p = .013. In addition, they were more ...
#1Prama Bhattacharya (IITK: Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur)
In this article, through a reflexive account, I present the ways the sudden onset of clinical depression in my own life brought me closer to the vulnerabilities (due to stigma around mental illness) as well as opportunities to contribute to the mental health of my clients as a prosumer. In delineating this process, I have also highlighted how my role as an active qualitative researcher of homeless mentally ill people in India during the episode of my clinical depression helped me reaffirm my ide...
The present study examined individualized behavioral change of externalizing and internalizing problems of adolescents in residential youth care, divided into different change groups (improvement, no change, or deterioration), by using the reliable change index. We also identified demographic and clinical factors that may predict individual behavioral change. A naturalistic dataset was used which consisted of adolescents referred to open or compulsory residential care who had outcome measures at...
#1Kate V. HardyH-Index: 4
#2Piper Meyer-KalosH-Index: 7
Last. Susan GingerichH-Index: 11
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Individual psychotherapy is routinely offered within coordinated specialty care services for early psychosis. In the United States, 2 primary models have been implemented: cognitive-behavioral therapy for psychosis and individualized resiliency training. However, coordinated specialty care services have typically chosen between these approaches, thus limiting access to the unique aspects of each of the models, missing opportunities related to workforce development, and reducing consumer choice. ...
#2Lauren CardosoH-Index: 4
Last. Gregory LightH-Index: 1
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In clinical trials, standardized assessment conducted by research staff facilitates identification of treatment benefit. Narrative notes completed by clinicians offer a novel source to characterize and contextualize outcomes. In this study, we examine qualitative analysis of clinical notes as a method to augment quantitative outcome measures and supply meaningful context in clinical trials. Two hundred eighty-four clinical progress notes from 19 participants with schizophrenia or schizoaffective...
#1Michele SpoontH-Index: 21
#2David B. NelsonH-Index: 40
Last. Nina A. SayerH-Index: 26
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Because the mental health burden of PTSD among many racial and ethnic minority veterans is greater than among non-Latinx Whites (NLW) and there are disparities in VHA mental health treatment, we evaluated variations in clinical outcomes across veteran racial and ethnic groups in a large national cohort diagnosed with PTSD in VHA. This was a planned secondary analysis of patient-reported outcomes from a large prospective cohort study of veterans with PTSD. Veterans were surveyed immediately follo...
#1Sheila A. M. Rauch (Emory University)H-Index: 28
#2Carly Yasinski (Emory University)H-Index: 3
Last. Liza Zwiebach (Emory University)H-Index: 3
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High rates of drop-out from treatment of PTSD have challenged implementation. Care models that integrate PTSD focused psychotherapy and complementary interventions may provide benefit in retention and outcome. The first 80 veterans with chronic PTSD enrolled in a 2-week intensive outpatient program combining Prolonged Exposure (PE) and complementary interventions completed symptom and biological measures at baseline and posttreatment. We examined trajectories of symptom change, mediating and mod...
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