Abby L Mulay

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OBJECTIVE This article presents findings from a naturalistic study that explored the impact of peer support participation on recovery-related outcomes over a 6-month period. In particular, this study hoped to fill gaps in the literature regarding the process through which personal change occurs in peer support organizations. METHOD Fifty people newly(More)
OBJECTIVE Administrative data were used to examine the demographic and service-use characteristics of participants in a large consumer-operated agency in New York City (NYC). METHOD Demographic characteristics for all consumer-operated agency participants in 2011 (N = 3,296) were compared with data from the 2011 Office of Mental Health Patient(More)
In recent years, prisons and jails have become de facto psychiatric hospitals, responsible for the care and treatment of individuals with serious mental illness. Historically, cognitive-behaviorally informed therapeutic approaches have been the treatment of choice among mental health practitioners in correctional settings. However, inmate-clients often(More)
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