Linda K Dunakin

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After nearly 20 years of progress in general medicine, the evidence-based practice movement is becoming the central theme for mental health care reform in the first decade of 2000. Several leaders in the movement met to discuss concerns raised by six stakeholder groups: consumers, family members, practitioners, administrators, policy makers, and(More)
Project Liberty provided free counseling services to those affected by the September 11th attacks. Focus groups were conducted with Project Liberty provider staff to gain feedback on their participation in the process of evaluating Project Liberty individual crisis counseling services. Focus groups provided information regarding barriers to eliciting(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors examined alternative methods for obtaining feedback from people receiving anonymous mental health services via Project Liberty, an initiative that provided free counseling to residents of the New York City area after the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center. METHODS Counselors offered all English-speaking and Spanish-speaking(More)
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