... Science) indexed entries, cited a total of 8134 times (7070 excluding citations by own group), for an
average of 33.8 times and h-index of 52 (SCOPUS).
On GoogleScholar, there are 310 indexed entries cited 13500+ times, averaging 40.7 cites per paper and an
h-index of 63, a g index of 105, and an I- ...
SELF-COMPASSION PUBLICATIONS SORTED BY AREA OF
... Kelly, A. C., Vimalakanthan, K., & Miller, K. E. (2014). Self-compassion moderates the
relationship between body mass index and both eating disorder pathology and body
image flexibility. Body image, 11(4), 446-453. PDF
Liss, M., & Erchull, M. J. (2015). Not hating what you see: Self-compassion may p ...
SELF-COMPASSION PUBLICATIONS SORTED BY AREA OF
... Kelly, A. C., & Tasca, G. A. (2016). Within-persons predictors of change during eating
disorders treatment: An examination of self-compassion, self-criticism, shame, and
eating disorder symptoms. International Journal of Eating Disorders. PDF
Kelly, A. C., Vimalakanthan, K., & Carter, J. C. (2014). ...
Resources - National Center for Responsible Gaming
... Gambling disorders encompasses the whole range of gambling problems, and it characterizes the lives of
individuals experiencing difficulties as a result of their gambling. The term “disorder” places gambling addiction
firmly in the context of mental disorders (as in the American Psychiatric Associat ...
CBHSQ DATA REVIEW
... and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA)
Reorganization Act of 1992, established a block grant
for states within the United States to fund community
mental health services for adults with SMI. The
law required states to include prevalence estimates
in their annual applications for block grant funds ...
Clozapine Underutilization: Addressing the Barriers
... an accompanying curriculum about the clinical use of clozapine, which has been shown
to increase their knowledge about the therapy. In this way, no resident graduates
without some basic knowledge of clozapine prescribing.
Another study  found that providing exercises for psychiatric trainees ...
... and adults with ADHD, the disorder has remained controversial in many public and private
sectors. The confusion resulting from diverse, frequently expressed opinions (often not based on
research evidence) has made many families, health care providers, educators, and policymakers
uncertain about the ...
Alcohol And other drug withdrAwAl: PrActice guidelines
... Reproduced with permission of the Victorian Minister for Mental Health.
Unauthorised reproduction and other uses comprised in the copyright are
prohibited without permission.
Copyright enquiries can be made to Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre,
54–62 Gertrude St, Fitzroy, Victoria 3065, Australi ...
Politically-motivated torture and its survivors
... very concerned with the impact of violence
on health. In a recent publication, WHO developed the concept of “Collective Violence”
that has been defined as:
“The instrumental use of violence by
people who identify themselves as members
of a group – whether this group is transitory
or has a more perma ...
management of cannabis use disorder and related issues a clinician’s guide
... Director of the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre
The evidence base of high-quality cannabis research is building in a variety of topics, including the epidemiology of
cannabis use, its relationship to psychosis and other mental health problems, and its respiratory-related harms, t ...
The Harvard Trauma Questionnaire: Reliability and Validity
... validation studies available on the HTQ, a further investigation into the overall psychometric
strength of the HTQ is needed.
Overview of the Dissertation
This dissertation contributes to the EBA literature by examining the empirical evidence
of the psychometric properties of the HTQ symptom scales. ...
Suggested APA style reference - American Counseling Association
... Suicide is a serious public health problem. In 1996, the year for which the most
recent statistics are available, suicide was the ninth leading cause of mortality in the
United States, responsible for nearly 31,000 deaths. This number is more than 50%
higher than the number of homicides in the Unite ...
Acute Stress Disorder & Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
... The suggested citation for this document is:
Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health (2013).
Australian Guidelines for the Treatment of Acute Stress Disorder
and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
ACPMH, Melbourne, Victoria.
This document is a general guide to appropriate prac ...
42 TIP Substance Abuse Treatment For Persons With
... Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Karl
D. White, Ed.D., and Andrea Kopstein,
Ph.D., M.P.H., served as the Center for
Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)
SIGN 145 • Assessment, diagnosis and interventions for autism
... The ‘strength’ of a recommendation takes into account the quality (level) of the evidence. Although higher-quality evidence is more
likely to be associated with strong recommendations than lower-quality evidence, a particular level of quality does not automatically
lead to a particular strength of r ...
Mindfulness Bibliography - UCLA Mindful Awareness Research
... The following bibliography was developed as a resource for mental health professionals, medical
and psychological scientists, and others who wish to locate theoretical and empirical sources on
the topic of mindfulness. The citations are based on PsycINFO, Medline, PubMed, and Cochrane
database searc ...
Identification of anxiety and other psychiatric disorders in
... significantly contributed to making the fulfilment of the thesis.
I am grateful for the opportunity I was given by the National Autism Unit to perform
the present thesis. The new head of the National Autism Unit, Britta Nilsson, has since she
started, contributed to the realization of the thesis by ...
Movements of Moods: Interplay Between Science, Clinical Practice
... Chapter 1. Introduction
life and human beings through these kinds of processes can help social scientific
analysis to overcome the common dichotomies. In particular this is helpful in
understanding how human beings are always somewhere in between health and
illness or disease, not clearly normal no ...
ADHD: making the invisible visible
... Educational provisions for ADHD vary
across Europe, but may include a
part-time or full-time special education
teacher or special allowances during
examinations (eg additional time).33 In
Hungary and Sweden, several private
schools offer specific classes and/or
services for children with ADHD.
briefing paper on dementia diagnosis
... diagnosis. Their symptoms may be more challenging
than those of older cohorts (Hutchinson, 2013). If
linked into appropriate services (of which there are
extremely few), these people usually receive more
time and resources including advanced neuro-imaging
Dementia associated with ...
Attitudes Toward Suicide, Mental Health, and Help
... equates to a rate of 14.5 per 100,000 individuals, with two deaths every minute (Beautrais &
Mishara, 2008). In the United States it has been estimated that the annual financial impact of
suicide on the economy is $111 billion (Miller, Covington, & Jensen, 1999).
Within a single country suicide rate ...
Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders
... environment. When stressed, she often runs the risk that her symptoms will worsen. In
the course of living in usual ways, everyone experiences stress related to conducting dayto-day activities. Alicia’s nurse at the mental health clinic has been preparing her to cope
with working at a local store. S ...
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... for many years. While he is attending therapy groups, his level of commitment
appears minimal. He does not appear actively suicidal, but his group therapist
is alarmed by disclosures in the group that indicate that Kevin does not feel
that he has a reason to live. The therapist does an assessment, w ...
Mental health professional
A mental health professional is a health care practitioner or community services provider who offers services for the purpose of improving an individual's mental health or to treat mental illness. This broad category was developed as a name for community personnel who worked in the new community mental health agencies begun in the 1970s to assist individuals moving from state hospitals, to prevent admissions, and to provide support in homes, jobs, education and community. These individuals (i.e., state office personnel, private sector personnel, and non-profit, now voluntary sector personnel) were the forefront brigade to develop the community programs, which today may be referred to by names such as supported housing, psychiatric rehabilitation, supported or transitional employment, sheltered workshops, supported education, daily living skills, affirmative industries, dual diagnosis treatment, individual and family psychoeducation, adult day care, foster care, family services and mental health counseling.The category seldom includes psychiatrists (DO or MD) who remained institutional based and guarded the admissions procedures at institutionalization (both private and state specialty hospitals). However, in 2013, psychiatrists also are working in clinical fields with clinical psychologist including in sociobehavioral, neurological, person-centered and clinical approaches (often office-based), and studies of the ""brain disease"" (which came from the community fields and community management and are taught at the MA to PhD level in education). For example, Nat Raskin (at Northwestern University Medical School) who worked with the illustrious Carl Rogers, published on person-centered approaches and therapy in 2004. The term counselors often refers to office-based professionals who offer therapy sessions to their clients, operated by organizations such as pastoral counseling (which may or may not work with long term services clients) and family counselors. Mental health counselors may refer to counselors working in residential services in the field of mental health in community programs.