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Peer Support Among Individuals with Severe Mental Illness
The history and potential effectiveness of peer support among persons with severe mental illness is reviewed, and issues entailed in participating in peer support for this population are discussed, and the implications for future policy, research, and practice are discussed.
Supported socialization for people with psychiatric disabilities: Lessons from a randomized controlled trial
Two hundred and sixty people with psychiatric disabilities who were socially isolated and withdrawn were randomly assigned to one of three conditions to facilitate their engagement in social and…
Historical trauma as public narrative: a conceptual review of how history impacts present-day health.
Leaving foster care--the influence of child and case characteristics on foster care exit rates
Impact of a positive youth development program in urban after-school settings on the prevention of adolescent substance use.
Re-referral to child protective services: the influence of child, family, and case characteristics on risk status.
Community Science, Philosophy of Science, and the Practice of Research
- J. Tebes
- PhilosophyAmerican journal of community psychology
- 1 June 2005
Embedded in community science are implicit theories on the nature of reality (ontology), the justification of knowledge claims (epistemology), and how knowledge is constructed (methodology). These…
Maltreatment following reunification: predictors of subsequent Child Protective Services contact after children return home.
"It was just realizing ... that life isn't one big horror": a qualitative study of supported socialization.
- L. Davidson, K. E. Haglund, D. Stayner, J. Rakfeldt, M. Chinman, J. Tebes
- PsychologyPsychiatric rehabilitation journal
The Partnership Project is described and findings from a series of qualitative interviews conducted with a subsample of participants are presented, discussing the implications of these findings for the community integration of individuals with psychiatric disabilities.
Changes in Placement among Children in Foster Care: A Longitudinal Study of Child and Case Influences
- C. Connell, Jeffrey J. Vanderploeg, P. Flaspohler, K. Katz, L. Saunders, J. Tebes
- PsychologySocial Service Review
- 1 September 2006
This longitudinal study examines child and case characteristics associated with changes in placement among 5,909 Rhode Island children in foster care to suggest that half of all children experience at least one placement change while in care.