Presentations/Publications

The Temple University Collaborative researchers focus first on the meaning and importance of community inclusion to the lives of those with serious psychiatric disabilities.

 

 

Over the years, the researchers of the Temple University Collaborative have drawn upon their community inclusion study findings both to publish research papers in a wide array of professional, peer-reviewed publications and to share research findings in conference and workshop settings – many of which are listed here.  For more information on specific research papers or public presentations, contact us.

Publications

Price, M., Salzer, M.S., O’Shea, A., & Kerschbaum, S. (2017). Disclosing Mental Illness in Higher Education: A National Survey of Faculty Members. Disabilities Studies Quarterly, 37(2).

Salzer, M. (2017). New Directions for Promoting Service Engagement. Psychiatric Services, 68, 753. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.68801.

Snethen, G., & Vargas, G. B. (2017). Pilot outcomes of an online physical activity intervention for individuals with serious mental illnesses. American Journal of Recreation Therapy, 16(1), 17-25.

Thomas, E. C., Snethen, G., & Salzer, M. S. (2017). A developmental study of community participation of individuals with serious mental illnesses: Implications for policy and practice. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. doi: 10.1037/ort0000269 NIDILRR acknowledge

Townley, G., Brusilovskiy, E., & Salzer, M.S. (2017). Urban and Non-urban differences in community living and participation among individuals with serious mental illnesses. Social Science & Medicine, 177, 223-230. Doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.01.058

Wilson, A.B., Berenger, S., Brusilovskiy, E., Draine, J., & Salzer, M.S. (2017). Community Participation among Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities Leaving Jail. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health. DOI 10.1007/s40737-016-0074-5. NIDILRR acknowledged

Brusilovskiy, E., Klein, L.A., & Salzer, M.S. (2016). Using Global Positioning Systems and Spatiotemporal Data Mining to Study Health-Related Outcomes. Social Science & Medicine, 161, 134-142. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.06.001

Brusilovskiy, E., Townley, G., Snethen, G., & Salzer, M.S. (2016). Social Media Use, Community Participation, and Psychological Well-Being among Individuals with Serious Mental Illnesses. Computers in Human Behavior, 65, 232-240. Doi:10.1016/j.chb.2016.08.036

Burns-Lynch, W., Brusilovskiy, E., & Salzer, M.S. (2016). An Empirical Study of the Relationship Between Community Participation, Recovery, and Quality of Life of Individuals with Serious Mental Illnesses. Israel Journal of Psychiatry. 53(1), 46-55.

Chang, F-H, Coster, W.J., Salzer, M.S., Brusilovskiy, E., Ni, P., Jette, A.M. (2016). A Multidimensional Measure of Participation for Adults with Serious Mental Illnesses. Disability and Rehabilitation, 38(7), 695-703. doi: 10.3109/09638288.2015.1056843.

Cichocki, B., Chow, C., Salzer, M.S., Wieman, D., & Leff, H.S. (2016). Costs and associated factors for community integration- focused programs. Evaluation and Program Planning, 54, 112-120.

Karni-Vizer, N. & Salzer, M.S. (2016). Verbal violence experiences of adults with serious mental illnesses. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 39(4), 299-304. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/prj0000214

Kaplan, K., & Salzer, M.S. (2016). Future Directions for Supporting Parents with a Mental Illness: Commentary on Schrank et al. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 51, 795–797. doi: 10.1007/s00127-016-1217-4.

Macnaughton, E., Townley, G., Nelson, G., Caplan, R., MacLeod, T., Polvere, L., Isaak, C., Kirst, M., McAll, C., Nolin, D., Patterson, M., Piat, M., & Goering, P. (2016). How does housing catalyze recovery in Housing First participants?: Qualitative findings from the At Home/ Chez Soi project. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 19(2), 136-159. Doi: 10.1080/15487768.2016.1162759.

Salzer, M.S., Rogers, J., Salandra, N., O’Callaghan, C., Fulton, F., Balletta, A., Pizziketti, K., & Brusilovskiy, E. (2016). Effectiveness of Peer-Delivered Center for Independent Living Supports for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 39(3), 239-247. dx.doi.org/10.1037/prj0000220.

Snethen, G., & Zook, P. (2016). Utilizing social media to support community integration. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 19(2), 160-174. doi: 10.1080/15487768.2016.1171176

Snethen, G., Bilger, A., Maula, E., & Salzer, M.S. (2016). Exploring personal medicine as part of self-directed care: Expanding perspectives on medical necessity. Psychiatric Services. 67(8), 883-889. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201500311.

Barrenger, S., Kriegel, L., Angell, B., Draine, J. (2015). Role of Context, Resources, and Target Population in the Fidelity of Critical Time Intervention. Psychiatric Services. 67(1), 115-118. doi: 10.1176.appi.ps.201400108.

Brusilovskiy, E., Townley, G., Salzer, M., & Snethen, G. (2015). Social media use and community participation among individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Research Abstract for the 2015 American Public Health Association

Farber, S., Ruth, Kern, L., Margaret, Brusilovsky, Eugene. (2015). Integrating the ICF With Positive Psychology: Factors Predicting Role Participation for Mothers With Multiple Sclerosis. Rehabilitation Psychology. 60(2), 169-178. doi: 10.1037/rep0000023.

Jones, Nev, Brown, Robyn, Keys Christopher B, Salzer, Mark. (2015). Behind Symptom’s? Investigating Predictors of Sense of Campus Belonging Among Postsecondary Students with Psychiatric Disabilities. 43(5): 594-610.

Leff, H.S., Cichocki, B., Chow, C., Salzer, M., Wieman, D. (2015). A menu with prices: Annual per person cost of programs addressing community integration. Evaluation and Programs Planning, 54, 112-120. doi: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2015.10.005.

Pfeiffer, B., Rai, G., Murray, T., Brusilovskiy, E. (2015) Effectiveness of the Size Matters Handwriting Program. OTJR: Occupation, Participation, and Health, 35(2), 110-119. doi: 10.1177/1539449215573004.

Salzer M.S., Kottsieper P., and Brusilovskiy E. (2015).Intermethod reliability and factors affecting recall with the Temple University Community Participation Measure. Journal of Mental Health, 24(4): 189-195. doi: 10.3109.09638237.2015.1036976.

Snethen, G. (2015). Untapped physical activity potential through community participation interventions. Research Abstract for the disability section of the 2015 American Public Health Association.

Townley, G. (2015). “It helps you not feel so bad—feel like you again”: The importance of community for individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health, 2(2), 113-124.

Baron, R.C., Solomon, A.; Brice, G.H. Jr., and Conners, T. (2014). “Work.” In P.B. Nemec & K.F. Norman, Best practices in psychiatric rehabilitation. Columbia, MD. PRA.

Burns-Lynch, B., Murphy, A., Gill, K., & Brice, G. (2014). Persons in Recovery, Family Members, and Staff Perspectives of Psychiatric Crisis Needs. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 17(2), 113-127. doi: 10.1080/15487768.2014.903874.

Iwasaki, Y., Coyle, C., Shank, J., Salzer, M., Baron, D., Messina, E., Kishbauch, G., Naveiras-Cabello, R., Porter, H., Mitchell, L., Ryan, A., & Koons, G. (2014). Role of Leisure in Recovery from Mental Illness. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 17(2) 147-165. doi: 10.1080/15487768.2014.909683.

Kaplan, K., Solomon, P., Salzer, M., Brusilovskiy, E. (2014). Assessing an Internet-Based Parenting Intervention for Mothers With a Serious Mental Illness: A Randomized Controlled Trial. American Psychological Association, 37(3), 222-231. doi: 10.1037/prj0000080.

Pfeiffer, E., Salzer, M.S., Brusilovskiy, E., & Bauer, J.G. (2014). Use of Sensory Processing Profiles to Predict Community Participation, Recovery, and Quality of Life of Adults with Serious Mental Illnesses. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 37(4), 289-296. DOI: 10.1037/prj0000099.

Salzer, M., & Brusilovskiy, E. (2014). Advancing Recover Science: Reliability and Validity Properties of the Recovery Assessment Scale. Psychiatric Services. 65(4), 442-453. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201300089.

Salzer, M., Brusilovskiy, E., Prvu-Bettger, J., Kottsieper, P. (2014). Measuring Community Participation of Adults with Psychiatric Disabilities: Reliability of Two Modes of Data Collection. Rehabilitation Psychology, 59(2):211-219. doi: 10.1037/a0036002.

Salzer, M.S. (2015). Advancing research on engagement in internet interventions: a Comment on Owen et al. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 49, 147-148. DOI: 10.1007/s12160-014-9660-5.

Salzer, M.S., & Baron, R.C. (2014).  Who is John?  Community integration as a paradigm for transformative change in community mental health.  In G. Nelson, B.  Kloos, and J. Ornelas (Eds.).  Community Psychology and Community Mental Health:              Towards Transformative Change.  New York:  Oxford University Press.

Salzer, M.S., Baron, R.C., Menkir, S-M A., & Breen, L.  (2014).  Community integration practice:  Promoting life in the community life everyone else.  In P. Nemec & K. Furlong (Eds.)  Best Practices in Psychiatric Rehabilitation.  Columbia, MD.  PRA

Snethen, G., McCormick, B. P., & Lysaker, P. (2014). Physical activity and psychiatric symptoms in adults with schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 202(12), 845-852.

Townley, G., & Sylvestre, J. (2014). Toward Transformative Change in Community Mental Health: Introduction to the Special Issue. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice, 5(1), 1-8.

Watson, A.C., Swartz, J., Bohrman, C., Kriegel, L.S., & Draine, J. (2014) Understanding how police officers think about mental/emotional disturbance calls. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 37(4), 351 – 358. doi: 10.1016/j.ijlp.2014.02.005.

Wong, Y.L., Stanton, M.C., Sands, R.G. (2014). Rethinking Social Inclusion: Experience of Persons in Recovery From Mental Illness. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 84(6), 685-695.

Baron, R.C., Dezenski,L. and Rogers, J. “Improving Communication Across the Independent Living/Mental Health Divide.” Disability Studies Quarterly (Summer 2013).

Baron, R.C. and Draine, J. (2013) “I’m not sure that I can figure out how to do that: Pursuit of work among people with mental illnesses leaving jail.” American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 64(8).

Barrenger S.L., & Draine, J. (2013). You Don’t Get No Help: The Role of Community Context in Effectiveness of Evidence-Based Treatments for People with Mental Illnesses Leaving Prison for High Risk Environments. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 16(2), 154.

Byrne, T., Prvu Bettger, J.A., Brusilovskiy, E., Wong, Y.-L. I., Metraux, S., & Salzer, M.S. (2013). Comparing Neighborhood Characteristics of Adults with SMI and Members of the General Population in Philadelphia: Implications for Research and Practice. Psychiatric Services, 64(8), 782-788. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201200365.

Cullen, S. Solomon, P. (2013). Family Community Integration and Maternal Mental Health. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. 40(2), 133-144. Doi: 10.1007/s10499-011-0386-4.

Draine, J. (2013). Mental health, mental illnesses, poverty, justice, and social justice. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 16(2), 87-90. Doi: 10.1080/15487768.2013.789684.

Lukens, J., Solomon, P. (2013). Thinking through Recovery: Resolving ethical challenges and promoting social work values in mental health services. The Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 10, 61-71.

Morabito, M., Watson, A.C., & Draine, J. (2013). Police officer acceptance of new innovation: The case of crisis intervention teams. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management. 36(2), 421-436. Doi: 10.1108/13639511311329778.

Oh, H., Solomon, P. (2013). Teaching and providing recovery oriented care through problem-posing dialogue. Social Work Education. 32(7), 933-943. Doi: 10.1080/02615479.2012.720251.

Salzer, M.S., Darr, N., Calhoun, G., Boyer, W., Loss, R.E., Goessel, J., Schwenk, E., & Brusilovskiy, E. (2013). Benefits of Working as a Certified Peer Specialist: Results from a Statewide Survey. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 36(3), 219-221. doi: 10.1037/prj0000016.

Allen, V., Solomon, P. (2012) Educational-Entertainment as an Intervention with Black Adolescents Exposed to Community Violence. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community. 40(4), 313-324. Doi: 10.1080/10852352.2012.707452.

Bressi Nath, S., Alexander, L.B., & Solomon, P.L. (2012). Case Managers’ Perspectives on the Therapeutic Alliance: A Qualitative Study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 47(11), 1815-1826. doi: 10.1007/s00127-012-0483-z.

Brusilovskiy, E., & Salzer, M.S. (2012). Are Environmental Variables Associated with the Well-Being of Individuals Already Diagnosed with a Serious Mental Illness? Social Science & Medicine, 74, 1591 – 1601.

Chinman, M., Salzer, M., & O’Brien-Mazza, D. (2012). National Survey on Implementation of Peer Specialists in the VA: Implications for Training and Facilitation. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. 35(6), 470-473. Doi: 10.1037/h0094582.

Corrigan, P., Angell, B., Davidson, L., Marcus, S.C., Salzer, M.S., Kottsieper, P., Larson, J.E., Mahoney, C.A., O’Connell, M.J., & Stanhope, V. (2012). From adherence to self-determination: Evolution of a treatment paradigm for people with serious mental illness. Psychiatric Services, 63(2), 169-173.

Evans, A., Okeke, B., Ali, S., Achara-Abrahams, I., OHara, T., Stevenson, T., Warner, N., Bolton, C., Lim, S., Faith, J., King, J., Davidson, L., Poplawski, P., Rothbard, A., Salzer, M. (2012). Converting Partial Hospitals to Community Integrated Recovery Centers. Community Mental Health Journal, 48, 557-563.

Kaplan, K., Salzer, M.S., & Brusilovskiy, E. (2012). Community Participation As a Predictor of Recovery-Oriented Outcomes Among Emerging and Mature Adults with Mental Illnesses. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35, 219-229.

Kim, T.K., Solomon, P., Jang, C. (2012). Organizational justice and social workers’ intentions to leave agency positions. Social Work Research. 36(1), 31-39. Doi: 10.1093/swr/svs001

Mannion, E., Marin, R., Chapman, P., Berman, E., Solomon, P., Dinich, D., Molinaro, M., Cantwell, K. (2012). Overcoming systemic barriers to family inclusion in community psychiatry: The Pennsylvania experience. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 15(1), 61-80. Doi:10.1080/15487768.2012.655643

McCormick, B. P., Snethen, G., Smith, R. L., & Lysaker, P. H. (2012). Active leisure in the emotional experience of people with schizophrenia. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 46(3), 179-190.

McCormick, B. P., Snethen, G., & Lysaker, P. (2012) Emotional episodes in the everyday lives of people with schizophrenia: The role of intrinsic motivation and negative symptoms. Schizophrenia Research, 142(1-3), 46-51.

Metraux, S., Brusilovskiy, E., Prvu-Bettger, J., Wong, Y-L I., & Salzer, M.S. (2012). Examining Relationships between Residential Locations and Geographic Accessibility to and Availability of Community Resources for Persons Diagnosed with Severe Mental Illness. Health & Place, 18, 621-629.

Molinaro, M., Solomon, P., Mannion, E., Cantwell, K., Evans, A. (2012). Development and implementation of family involvement standards for behavioral health provider programs. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 15(1), 81-96. Doi: 10.1080/15487768.2012.655644.

Nath, S., Wong, I., Marcus, S., Solomon, P. (2012). Predictors of health services utilization among persons with psychiatric disabilities engaged in supported independent housing. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35, 315-323.

Nath, S., Bressi, S., Alexander, L., Solomon, P. (2012). Case Managers’ Perspectives on the Therapeutic Alliance: A Qualitative Study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 47, 1815-1826.

Rapp RC, Ciomcia R, Zaller N, Draine J, Ferguson A, Cagey R. The role of jails in engaging PLWHA in care: From jail to community. AIDS and Behavior. Online 16 November, 2012.

Salzer, M.S. (2012). A Comparative Study of Campus Experiences of College Students with Mental Illnesses Versus a General College Sample. The Journal of American College Health, 60, 1-7.

Solomon, P., Molinaro, M., Mannion, E., Cantwell, K. (2012). Confidentiality policies and practices in regard to family involvement: Does training make a difference? American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. 15(1), 97-115. Doi: 10.1080/15487768.2012.655648

Snethen, G., McCormick, B. P., & Van Puymbroeck, M. (2012). Community involvement, planning, and coping skills: Pilot outcomes of an individualized placement and support intervention for adults with schizophrenia. Disability and Rehabilitation, 34(18), 1575-1584.

Stein M, Spaulding AC, Cunningham M, Messina LC, Kim BI, Chung K, Draine J, Jordan AO, Harrison A, Avery AK, Flanigan TP. HIV-Positive and in Jail: Race, Risk Factors, and Prior Access to Care. AIDS and Behavior. Online 20 October, 2012.

Wilson AB, Barrenger S, Bohrman C, Draine J: Balancing Accessibility and Selectivity in 21st Century Public Mental Health Services: Implications for Hard to Engage Clients. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 2012.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2011). The wellness recovery action plan: A system enhancement strategy for a recovery-oriented mental health system. New Jersey Journal of Professional Counseling, 61, 22-31.

Cavanaugh, M., Solomon, P., & Gelles, R. (2011). The Dialectical Psychoeducational Workshop (DPEW): The Conceptual Framework and Curriculum for a Preventative Intervention for Males at Risk for IPV. Violence Against Women, 17(8), 970-989. doi: 10.1177/1077801211414266

Draine J, Ahuja D, Altice FL, Arriola KJ, Avery AK, Beckwith CG, Booker CA, Ferguson A, Figueroa H, Lincoln T, Ouellet LJ, Porterfield J, Spaulding AC, Tinsley MJ: Strategies to enhance linkages between care for HIV/AIDS in jail and community settings. AIDS Care. 23:366-377. 2011. [PMID 2134700]

Draine, J., McTighe, L., Bourgois, P. (2011). Education, empowerment and community based structural reinforcement: An HIV prevention response to mass incarceration and removal. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. 34(4), 295-302. Doi: 10.1016/ijlp.2011.07.009

Evans, A., Okeke, B., Ali, S., Achara-Abrahams, I., OHara, T., Stevenson, T., Warner, N., Bolton, C., Lim, S., Faith, J., King, J., Davidson, L., Poplawski, P., Rothbard, A., Salzer, M. (2011). Converting Partial Hospitals to Community Integrated Recovery Centers. Community Mental Health Journal. 48(5), 557-563. Doi: 10.1007/s10597-011-9449-y

Kaplan, K., Salzer, M., Solomon, P., Brusilovskiy, E., Cousounis, P. (2011). Internet peer support for individuals with psychiatric disabilities: a randomized controlled trial. Social Science and Medicine, 72, 54-62.

Matejkowski JC, McCarty KS, Draine J. Measurement of the Personal Norm of Reciprocity among Mental Health Service Users. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 34: 202-213. 2011. [PMID 21208859]Matejkowski, J., Draine, J. Solomon, P., Salzer, M. (2011). Mental illness, criminal risk factors and parole release decisions. Behavioral Sciences & The Law. 29(4), 528-553. Doi: 10.1002/bsl.991

Rowell TL, Draine J, Wu E: Depression among a Random Sample of Incarcerated African-American Men. Psychiatric Services 62:103-104. 2011. [PMID 21209311]Salzer, M.S., Baron, R.C., Brusilovskiy, E., Lawer, L., & Mandell, D. (2011). A Comparative Study of Access and Outcomes for Persons with Psychotic and Affective Disorders Receiving Vocational Rehabilitation Services. Psychiatric Services 62: 796-799.

Salzer, M.S., Baron, R.C., Brusilovskiy, E., Lawer, L.J., and Mandell, D.S. “ Access and Outcomes for Persons with Psychotic and Affective Disorders Receiving Vocational Rehabilitation Services.”  Psychiatric Services, July 2011, Vol.62, No.7. pp 796 – 799.

Snethen, G., McCormick, B. P., & Van Puymbroeck, M. (2011). Independence through community access and navigation (I-CAN) in adults with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: Theoretical & practical foundations [Part I]. American Journal of Recreational Therapy, 10(1), 25-34.

Snethen, G., McCormick, B. P., Smith, R. L., & Van Puymbroeck, M. (2011). Independence through community access and navigation (I-CAN) in adults with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: Treatment planning & implementation [Part II]. American Journal of Recreational Therapy, 10(1), 35-46.

Watson, A.C., Ottati, V.C., Draine, J., & Morabito., M. (2011). CIT in context: The impact of mental health resource availability and district saturation on call dispositions. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. 34(4), 287-294. Doi: 10.1016ijlp.2011.07.008.

Wilson, AB., Draine, J., Hadley, T., Metraux, S., & Evans, A. (2011). Examining the impact of mental illness and substance use on recidivism in a county jail. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. 34(4), 264-268. Doi: 10.1016/ijlp.2011.07.004.

Wong, Y.-L. I., Matejkowski, J., & Lee, S. (2011). Social integration of people with serious mental illness: Network transactions and satisfaction. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 38(1): 51-67.

Bae, H., Solomon, P. L., Gelles, R. J., & White, T. (2010). Effect of child protective services system factors on child maltreatment rereporting. Child Welfare, 89(3), 33-55. Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/865923460?accountid=1427

Cullen, S.W., Matejkowski, J.C., Marcus, S.C. et al. J Behav Health Serv Res (2010) 37: 443. doi:10.1007/s11414-009-9181-3

Draine, Jeffrey, Amy Blank Wilson, Steven C. Marcus, Stephen Metraux, Trevor Hadley, & Arthur C. Evans (2010). “The Impact of Mental Illness Status on the Length of Jail Detention and the Legal Mechanism of Jail Release.” Psychiatric Services 61(5): 458-462.

Hwa-ok, B., Solomon, P., Gelles, R., White, T. (2010). Effect of Child Protective Services System factors on child maltreatment rereporting. Child Welfare, 33-55.

Metraux, Stephen, Thomas Byrne & Dennis P. Culhane (2010). “Institutional Discharges and Subsequent Shelter Use Among Unaccompanied Adults in New York City.” Journal of Community Psychology 38(1): 28-38.

Morabito, M., Kerr. A., Watson. A., Draine, J., Ottati, V., & Angell, B. (2010) Crisis Intervention Teams and People With Mental Illness: Exploring the Factors That Influence the Use of Force. Crime & Delinquency. 58(1), 57-77. Doi: 10.1177/0011128710372456

Park, Jung Min, Stephen Metraux & Dennis Culhane (2010). “Behavioral Health Services Use among Heads of Homeless and Housed Poor Families.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 21(2): 582-590.

Rogers, E.S., Ralph, R., Salzer, M.S. (2010). Validating the Empowerment Scale with a multi-site sample of consumers of mental health services. Psychiatric Services, 61, 933-936. doi: 10.1176/ps.2010.61.9.933

Salzer, M. & Kundra, L. (2010). Law & Psychiatry: Liability Issues Associated With Referrals to Self-Help Groups. Psychiatric Services, Vol. 61, 6-8.

Salzer, M.S., Palmer, S.C., Kaplan, K., Brusilovskiy, E., Metz, J., Hampshire, M., Ten Have, T., & Coyne, J. (2010). A randomized, controlled study of unstructured Internet Interactions among women newly diagnosed with breast cancer. Psych-Oncology, 19, 441-446. Doi: 10.1002/pon.1586

Salzer, M.S., Schwenk, E., & Brusilovskiy, E. (2010). Certified Peer Specialist Roles and Activities: Results from a National Survey. Psychiatric Services, 61, 520-523. Doi: 10.1176/ps.2010.61.5.520

Solomon, P., Alexander, L. & Uhl, S. The relationship of case managers’ expressed emotion to clients’ outcomes. Social Psychiatry Epidemiology (2010) 45: 165. doi:10.1007/s00127-009-0051-3

Solomon, P., Lee, S., Chatterjee, A., McClaine, L. (2010). Preliminary psychometrics of a new scale: a sense of acceptance in community activities. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 15(1), 113-122.

Tennille, J., Solomon, P, Blank, M. (2010). Case managers discovering what recovery means through an HIV prevention intervention. Community Mental Health Journal, 46, 486-493.

Wong, I., Sands, R., & Solomon, P. (2010). Conceptualizing Community: The Experience of Mental Health Consumers. Qualitative Health Research, 20(5), 654-667. doi: 10.1177/1049732310361610

Wong, Y.-L. I., Matejkowski, J., & Lee, S. (in press, available on-line 2010) “Social integration of people with serious mental illness: Network transactions and satisfaction.” Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research.

Wong, I., Lee, S., Solomon, P. (2010). Structural leverage in housing programs for people with severe mental illness and its relationship to discontinuance of program participation. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 13, 276-294.

Brusilovskiy, E., Mitstifer, M., Salzer, M.S. (2009). Perceived Partner Adaptation and Psychosocial Outcomes for Newly Diagnosed Stage I and Stage II Breast Cancer Patients. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 27, 42-58.

Hwa-ok, B., Solomon, P., Gelles, R. (2009). Multiple child maltreatment recurrence relative to single recurrence and no recurrence, Children and Youth Services Review, 31, 617-624.

Kaplan, K., Kottsieper, P., Scott, Jeniece, Salzer, M.S., & Solomon, P. (2009). AFSA state statutes regarding parents with mental illnesses: A review and targeted intervention. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 33, 91-94.

Kim, T. K., Zurlo, K. A., & Solomon, P. (2009). Applying Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM) to Social Work Administration Research. Administration in Social Work, 33(3), 262-277. Doi: 10.1080/03643100902987739

Kundra, L. & Alexander, L. (2009). Termination of Parental Rights Proceedings: Legal Considerations and Practical Strategies for Parents with Psychiatric Disabilities and the Practitioners Who Serve Them. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, Vol.33, No. 2, 142-149.

Lawer, L., Brusilovskiy, E., Salzer, M.S., & Mandell, D.S. (2009). Use of Vocational Rehabilitation Services Among Adults with Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 39, 487-494.

Lee, S., Wong, Y.-L. I., & Rothbard, A. B. (2009) “Factors associated with departure from supported independent living programs for persons with serious mental illness.” Psychiatric Services, 60(3), 367-373.

Salzer, M.S., Katz, J., Kidwell, B., Federici, M., & Ward-Colasante, C. (2009). Pennsylvania Certified Peer Specialist Initiative: Training, Employment, and Work Satisfaction Outcomes. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 32, 293-297.

Stanhope, V., Marcus, S., Solomon, P. (2009). Examining the impact of coercion on services from the perspective of consumers. Psychiatric Services, 60, 183-188.

Tennille, J., Solomon, P., Fishbein, M., & Blank, M. (2009). Elicitation of cognitions related to HIV risk behaviors in persons with mental illnesses: Implications for prevention. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 33(1), 32-37 doi: 10.2975/33.1.2009.32.37

Wong, Y.-L. I. & Stanhope, V. (2009) “Conceptualizing community: A comparison of neighborhood characteristics of supportive housing for persons with psychiatric and developmental disabilities.” Social Science and Medicine, 68(8), 1376-1387.

Baron, R. (2008)  “Mainstream Career Training:  Accessing Community Resources for People with Serious Psychiatric Disabilities:  Final Report / NIDRR Switzer Fellowship.”  UPenn Collaborative on Community Integration Website:  http://www.upennrrtc.org.

Matejkowski, J., Cullen, S., Solomon, P. (2008). Psychosocial, Clinical, and Legal Characteristics of Persons with Severe Mental Illness Who Have Been Incarcerated for Murder. Journal of American Academy of Psychiatry and Law, 36, 74-86.

Metraux, Stephen (2008). “Examining Relationships Between Receiving Mental Health Services in the Pennsylvania Prison System and Time Served.” Psychiatric Services 59(4): 800-802.

Plotnick, D., & Salzer, M.S. (2008). Clubhouse costs and implications for policy analysis in the context of system transformation in Pennsylvania. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 32, 518-521.

Salzer, M.S., Wick, L., & Rogers, J. (2008). Familiarity and Use of Accommodations and Supports Among Postsecondary Students with Mental Illnesses: Results from A National Survey. Psychiatric Services, 59, 370-375.

Schmidt, L., Gill, K., Pratt, C., Solomon, P. (2008). Comparison of Service Outcomes of Case Management teams with and without a consumer provider. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 11(4), 310-329.

Solomon, P. (2008) Mental health services research and its impact on social work practice with adults with severe mental illness. Social Work in Mental Health, 7(1), 12-29. Simultaneously published as Social Work and Global Mental Health: Research and Practice Perspectives.

Stanhope, V., Solomon, P., Finley, L., Pernell-Arnold, A., Bourjolly, J., Sands, R. (2008). Evaluating the Impact of Cultural Competency Training from the Perspective of People in Recovery. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 11, 356-372.

Stanhope, V., Solomon, P. (2008). Getting to the heart of the matter: Process research and its implications for evidence-based practice, British Journal of Social Work, 38, 885-899.

Wong, Y.-L. I., Poulin, S., Lee, S., Davis, M. & Hadley, T. R. (2008) “Tracking residential outcomes of supported independent living programs for persons with serious mental illness.” Evaluation and Program Planning, 31(4), 416-426..

Metraux, S., Caplan, J. M., Klugman, D., & Hadley, T. R. (2007). Assessing residential segregation among medicaid recipients with psychiatric disability in Philadelphia. Journal of Community Psychology, 35(2), 239-255.

Min, S-Y., Whitecraft, J., & Rothbard, A. & Salzer, M.S. (2007). Peer Support for Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders and Community Tenure: A Survival Analysis. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 30, 207-213.

Rogers, J., Vergare, M., Baron, R.C., & Salzer, M.S. (2007). Psychiatrist Views of Barriers to Recovery and Recommendations for Change: Findings from the Pennsylvania Consensus Conference. Psychiatric Services, 58, 1119-1123.

Wong, I., Nath, S. B., & Solomon, P. L. (2007). Group and Organizational Involvement Among Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities in Supported Housing. Journal of Behavioral Health Services Research, 34, 151-167.

DiFranco, E, Bressi, S, & Salzer, M (2006). Understanding Consumer Preferences for Communication Channels to Create Consumer-Directed Health Promotion Efforts in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Settings. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29, 251-257.

Park, J. M., Solomon, P., & Mandell, D. S. (2006). Involvement in the Child Welfare system among mothers with serious mental illness. Psychiatric Services, 57(4), 493-497

Salzer, M. S., Kaplan, K., & Atay, J. (2006). State Psychiatric Hospital Census After the 1999 Olmstead Decision: Evidence of Decelerating Deinstitutionalization. Psychiatric Services, 57(10), 1501-1504.

Salzer, M. S., & Evans, A. C. (2006). CATIE and the value of atypical antipsychotics in the context of creating a recovery-oriented behavioral health system. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 33 536–540.

Salzer, M.S. (2006). Introduction. In M.S. Salzer (Ed.), Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills in Practice: A CPRP Preparation and Skills Workbook (pp. 1-5). Linthicum, MD: United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association.

Swarbrick, P., Skelton, E. & Baron R. (2006). Community Resources. In M.S. Salzer (Ed.), Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills in Practice: A CPRP Preparation and Skills Workbook (pp. 121-165). Linthicum, MD: United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association.

Tunner, T., & Salzer, M.S. (2006). Consumer Perspectives on Quality of Care in the Treatment of Schizophrenia. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 33(6), 674-681.

Zubritsky, C., Mullahy, M., Allen, M., & Alfano, E. (2006). The State of the Olmstead Decision and the Impact of Consumer Participation in Planning. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 9(2), 131-143.

 

Murphy, A. A., Mullen, M. G., & Spagnolo, A. B. (2005). Enhancing individual placement and support: Promoting job tenure by integrating natural supports and supported education. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 8, 37-61

Presentations

Baron, R. (2017, May). Promoting Competitive Employment for Individuals with Mental Illnesses. Workshop for the Annual Networks for Training Philadelphia-area Conference on Employment for Individuals with Disabilities.

Baron, R. (2017, April). An Introduction To Community Inclusion. Two One-Day Training Programs Introducing Supervisory and Direct Service Personnel to the Principles and Practices of Community Inclusion, for the Northeast Center for Behavioral Health Services. Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2017, March). Implementing Community Inclusion: A Series of Training Workshops for a Peer-Run Program. New Jersey Community Support Programs. Hackensack, NJ.

Salzer, M. (2017, March). Community Integration of Individuals with Serious Mental Illnesses: Environmental and Geographic Perspectives. Invited presentation to the College of Allied Health Sciences, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

Salzer, M. (2017, March). Community participation as a medical necessity: Intervention strategies in VA programs. Invited presentation at the Durham VAMC. Durham, NC.

Salzer, M. (2017, March). Community participation among adults with serious mental illnesses: Making the case for medical necessity with research studies using GPS. Invited presentation to the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, NC.

Salzer, M. (2017, March). Perspectives on community inclusion as a medical necessity and basic fundamentals for promoting community inclusion. Invited presentation at Community Mental Health DMHDDSAS – Community Services and Supports Division, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Raleigh, NC.

Salzer, M. (2017, June). Addressing social determinants of health through promoting community inclusion. Plenary presentation at 2017 SAMHSA Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration Grantee Meeting. Austin, TX.

Salzer, M.S. (2017, May). A life in the community like everyone else: A medical necessity. Plenary presentation at the California Social Rehabilitation Association Fall Conference. Concord, CA.

Salzer, M. (2017, April). Promoting community inclusion and participation. Plenary presentation at the 2017 Nebraska Behavioral Health Conference. Lincoln, NE.

Salzer, M. (2017, March). Recovery of Adults with Psychiatric Disabilities: Evidence and Future Directions. Plenary presentation as part of the AOTF State of the Science Symposium at the 2017 AOTA Annual Conference & Centennial Celebration. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M. (2017, March). Community Participation as a Medical Necessity: The Essential Role of Peer Support. Plenary at the 3rd annual Maryland Certified Peer Specialist Conference. Ellicot City, MD.

Salzer, M.S. (2017, January). Supporting Recovery and Promoting Health Through Community Participation: Accessing Mainstream Resources and Utilizing Natural Supports. Plenary presentation at the Care Coordination Learning Collaborative Kickoff meeting sponsored by the Florida Certification Board. Orlando, FL.

Salzer, M.S. (2017, May). Fundamentals of community inclusion. Presentation at the California Social Rehabilitation Association Fall Conference. Concord, CA.

Salzer, M. (2017, March). Welcoming people with mental illnesses in our faith communities. Presentation at the 3rd Biennial Faith Inclusion Network Conference. Virginia Beach, VA.

Shearer, A.L., & Townley, G. (2017, June). Impact of proximity to supportive housing on mental illness attitudes. In Greg Townley (Chair), The Transformative role of community participation and housing in promoting inclusion of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Symposium to be presented at the Society for Community Research and Action 16th Biennial Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Snethen, G., & Snead, B. (2017). Motivational Interviewing: Promoting behavioral change among individuals with mental illnesses. 2017 Webinar series for the American Therapeutic Recreation Association.

Snethen, G. (2017). Community integration: Promoting opportunities for meaningful community participation. Keystone Leadership Presentation, Hummelstown, PA.

Terry, R., Townley, G., Brusilovskiy, E., & Salzer, M.S. (2017, June). The influence of sense of community on the relationship between community participation and recovery of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. In Greg Townley (Chair), The Transformative role of community participation and housing in promoting inclusion of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Symposium to be presented at the Society for Community Research and Action 16th Biennial Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. NIDILRR acknowledged

Townley, G., Brusilovskiy, E., Snethen, G., & Salzer, M.S. (2017, June). Using geospatial methods to examine the impact of resource availability and accessibility on community participation of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. In Greg Townley (Chair), The Transformative role of community participation and housing in promoting inclusion of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Symposium to be presented at the Society for Community Research and Action 16th Biennial Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. NIDILRR acknowledged

Baron, R. (2016, May). Expanding Employment Opportunities for Individuals with Mental Health Conditions. Melbourne, Australia.

Baron, R. (2016, May). The Roles of Mental Health Peer Specialists in Promoting Community Inclusion. Hobart, Tasmania.

Baron, R. (2016, May). Introduction to Community Inclusion. Professional Development Seminar, Hobart, Tasmania.

Baron, R. (2016, May). Introduction to Community Inclusion. Professional Development Seminar, Canberra.

Baron, R. (2016, May). Employment Opportunities for Individuals with Mental Illness Following Detention, Canberra.

Brusilovskiy, E. (2016, June). The Issues with Using Geocoded Tweets for Health Research. URISA’s 2016 GIS and Health Symposium, Washington, DC.

Brusilovskiy, E. (2016, June). Using Global Positioning Systems and Spatio-Temporal Data Mining to Study Community Mobility and Participation of Individuals with Serious Mental Illnesses. URISA’s 2016 GIS and Health Symposium, Washington, DC.

Brusilovskiy, E. (2016, June). Resource Availability and Accessibility and Community Participation in Individuals with Serious Mental Illnesses: Preliminary Results. URISA’s 2016 GIS and Health Symposium, Washington, DC.

Brusilovskiy, E., Snethen, G., Townley, G., & Salzer, M.S. (2016, October). Social Media Usage: A comparison between individuals with and without serious mental illness. Presentation at the APHA 2016 Annual Meeting & Expo. Denver, CO.

Brusilovskiy, E., Townley, G., & Salzer, M. (2016, June). The relationship between resource availability and accessibility with community participation of individuals with serious mental illnesses. Paper presented at the URISA’s 2016 GIS and Health Symposium, Washington, DC.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2016, April). Community Inclusion Peer Facilitator Certification Training. Co-delivered 2 day workshop with the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery, Philadelphia, PA.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2016, May). Community Participation Round Table Discussion. Residential Providers at CareLink Community Support Services, Media, PA.

Kaplan, K., Salzer, M.S., Balletta, A., & Wilson, S. (2016, August). Resiliency Factors Among Parents with Serious Mental Illnesses. Presentation at Fifth International Conference on Families and Children With Parental Mental Health Challenges. Basel, Switzerland.

Kaplan, K., Salzer, M.S., Solomon, P., & Brusilovskiy, E. (2016, August). Assessing the impact of an Internet-based parenting Intervention for mothers with psychiatric disabilities: A RCT. Presentation at Fifth International Conference on Families and Children With Parental Mental Health Challenges. Basel, Switzerland.

Kaplan, K., Salzer, M.S., & Brusilovskiy, E. (2016, August). Prevalence of Child Protective Service Involvement Among Parents with a Serious Mental Illness. Presentation at Fifth International Conference on Families and Children With Parental Mental Health Challenges. Basel, Switzerland.

Salzer, M.S. (June 2016). Life in the Community Like Everyone Else: Community Participation and the Promotion of Mental Health and Wellness. Plenary at the 18th annual Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute on Mental Health Conference, Evanston, IL.

Salzer, M.S. (June 2016). Psychological benefits of community participation for adults with serious mental illnesses. Invited lecture at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago.

Salzer, M.S. (May 2016). Community inclusion of individuals with serious mental illnesses: A geographic approach. Invited lecture at Park Centre for Mental Health, Brisbane.

Salzer, M.S. (May 2016). Environmental and Geographic Perspectives on the Community Inclusion of Individuals with Serious Mental Illnesses. Invited lecture at University of Sydney, Brain and Mind Centre, Sydney.

Salzer, M. & Gardner, A. (June 2016). Providing Services to Bring Persons Back into the Mainstream. Presentation at the 18th annual Naomi Ruth Cohen Institute on Mental Health Conference, Evanston, IL.

Salzer, M.S. & other participants (April 2016). Roundtable discussion with Senator Robert Casey about educational experiences of students with disabilities, Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M., Kottsieper, P., & Kundra, L. (April 2016). Welcoming Work Environments in Mental Health Agencies. National webinar hosted by the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion.

Salzer, M.S., & Federici, M. (April 2016). Promoting Community Integration in VA Inpatient Services. Webinar for national audience of VA inpatient staff.

Salzer,M.S. (2016, October). Support College Students with Psychiatric Disabilities Webinar. Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities.

Salzer, M.S. (2016, November). Fundamentals of community inclusion. Presentation at the California Social Rehabilitation Association Fall Conference. Pasadena, CA.

Salzer, M.S. (2016, November). A life in the community like everyone else: A medical necessity. Plenary presentation at the California Social Rehabilitation Association Fall Conference. Pasadena, CA.

Salzer, M.S. (2016, September). A Life in the Community Like Everyone Else: How Are We Doing? Plenary presentation at Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services Conference – Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: Are We There Yet? Roanoke, VA.

Salzer, M.S. (2016, August). Welcome to Philadelphia. Plenary at International Association of Peer Specialists 10th annual conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2016, September). Community Participation Assessment as a Program Evaluation and Recovery Support Planning Tool. Workshop presentation at Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services Conference – Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: Are We There Yet? Roanoke, VA.

Salzer, M.S. & Thomas, E. (2016, August). Research on Peer Support Interventions: Why? How? And What are the Key Questions? Presentation and discussion session at International Association of Peer Specialists 10th annual conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Snethen, G., Brusilovskiy, E., Townley, G, & Salzer, M. (2016, October). Social media usage: A comparison between individuals with and without serious mental illnesses. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association 2016 meeting, Denver, CO.

Townley, G., Bursilovskiy, E., & Salzer, M. (2016, October). Comparing the community living and participation experiences of individuals with and without serious mental illnesses. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association 2016 meeting, Denver, CO. NIDILRR acknowledged

Snethen, G., Snead, B., & Roseboom, N. (2016). Increasing community awareness and participation goals through community recreation fair: Steps and Strategies to Hosting a Fair. American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Lombard, IL.

Snethen, G. (2016). Leisure Participation: Opportunities for improving the health and wellness of individuals with mental health conditions. Accessible World Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Snethen, G., Eshelman, M., Tibbetts, E., & Andrews, S. A. (2016). Shifting Gears: Mental Health and Bike Share. Better Bike Share Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Snethen, G., Brusilovskiy, E., Townley, G, & Salzer, M. (2016, October). Social media usage: A comparison between individuals with and without serious mental illnesses. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association 2016 meeting, Denver, CO.

Snethen, G., Snead, B., & Roseboom, N. (2016). Increasing community awareness and participation goals through community recreation fair: Steps and Strategies to Hosting a Fair. American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Lombard, IL.

Snethen, G. (2016). Leisure Participation: Opportunities for improving the health and wellness of individuals with mental health conditions. Accessible World Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Snethen, G., Eshelman, M., Tibbetts, E., & Andrews, S. A. (2016). Shifting Gears: Mental Health and Bike Share. Better Bike Share Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Snethen, G, & Snead, B. ( 2016). So you wanna host an activity fair? Webinar. Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities

Snethen,G. ( 2016). Promoting Physical Activity- A National Conversation Webinar. Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities.

Snethen, G, & Snead, B. (2016). So you wanna host an activity fair? Webinar. Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities

Snethen,G. ( 2016). Promoting Physical Activity- A National Conversation Webinar. Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities.

Townley, G., Brusilovskiy, E., & Salzer, M.S. (2016, January). Urban and non-urban differences in community living and participation among individuals with serious mental illnesses. Poster presented at the Portland State University Quarterly Social Club.

Townley, G., Bursilovskiy, E., & Salzer, M. (2016, October). Comparing the community living and participation experiences of individuals with and without serious mental illnesses. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association 2016 meeting, Denver, CO. NIDILRR acknowledged

Baron, R. (2015). Supported Employment:  Best Practices.  A one-day training program for supported employment personnel in four community-based rehabilitation agencies, Delaware County, PA.

Baron, R. (2015, May). Community Inclusion: The Next Generation of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services. Workshop for the Annual Conference of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2015, May/June). Infuse the Delivery of Crisis and Emergency Services with the Principles of Recovery and Community Inclusion. Four one-day training programs for Crisis and Emergency Services in Pennsylvania, Mechanicsburg, Philadelphia, Scranton, Butler, PA.

Baron, R. (2015, June). Supported Education Program. Luncheon Address at the Graduation Ceremony for Horizon House, Inc.

Brusilovskiy, E. (2015, November). Urban/Non-Urban Differences in Community Participation, Sense of Community and Perceptions of the Environment among Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. 143rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL.

Brusilovskiy, E. (2015, November). Social Media Use and Community Participation among Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. 143rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL.

Brusilovskiy, E. (2015, November). Using Spatio-Temporal Data Mining to Study Community Mobility of Individuals with Disabilities. 143rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Chicago, IL.

Brusilovskiy, E. (2015, November). Using Spatio-Temporal Data Mining to Study Community Mobility of Individuals with Disabilities. Temple University GIS Day, Philadelphia, PA.

Brusilovskiy, E., Salzer, M. Townley, Snethan, G. (2015, November). Social media use and community participation among individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association 2015 Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2015, December). Supporting Increased Community Participation: An Introduction to Community Inclusion for Peer Providers. Co-delivered webinar with the Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2015, June). Supporting Community Inclusion: The Next Generation of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services. PRA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Heller, S., Salzer, M., MacDonald-Wilson, K., & Calhoun, G. (June 2015). Community inclusion as a means to achieving recovery: A strategic dialogue. Recovery Workforce Summit: 2015 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Lundburg, N., McCormick, B., Snethen, G. (2015). Functional characteristics of behavioral health disorders relevant to RT practice. Behavioral health preconference at the American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Lundburg, N., McCormick, B., Snethen, G. (2015). Evidence Based Practice: Basics and Behavioral Health Models. Behavioral health preconference at the American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Lundburg, N., McCormick, B., Snethen, G. (2015). Translating Evidence into Behavioral Health Practices. Behavioral health preconference at the American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Lundburg, N., McCormick, B., Snethen, G. (2015). Implementing and Sustaining Evidence Based Practice. Behavioral health preconference at the American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Plotnick, D. (2015, June). Community Inclusion as Part of Parity and Access to Treatment and Services. Eastern Regional Policy Council Meeting, Alexandria, VA.

Plotnick, D. (2015, April). Importance of Community Inclusion Outcome Measures. Quality Summit, Washington, DC.

Plotnick, D. (2015, March). Family Role in Recovery. SAMHSA Minority Fellowship Presentation.

Roseboom, N., & Snead, B. (2015, April). Independence through Community Access and Navigation Intervention as a leisure education strategy. Presentation for the undergraduate Leisure Education Course.

Salzer, M.S. (September 2015). Community Integration and the Health of Individuals with Serious Mental Illnesses: Current and Future Research. Presentation at the Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center 5, Baltimore VAMC, Baltimore, MD.

Salzer, M.S. (April 2015). Verbal Abuse Experiences of Citizens with Serious Mental Illnesses: Flipping the Narrative on Violence. College of Public Health Research Day at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (April 2015). Sustaining wellness through community partnerships.  A Webinar for SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions.

Salzer, M.S. (February 2015). Testimony to the Committee on the Disabled and Special Needs Hearing on Education Opportunities and Career Development. Philadelphia City Council.

Salzer, M.S. (December 2015). Research on the Effectiveness of Peer Specialist Interventions. University of Pennsylvania Affiliates Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Snead, B., & Roseboom, N. (2015, February). Community Integration for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation for the undergraduate Mental Health in Therapeutic Recreation course.

Snethen, G. (2015, June). Independence through Community Access and Navigation: Recovery through Recreation. Recovery Workforce Summit: 2015 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Snethen, G., Roseboom, N. & Snead, B. (2015). Assessing Health Outcomes of Community Integration Interventions. American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Snethen, G., Snead, B., & Roseboom, N. (2015). Motivational interviewing: Techniques RTs can use to encourage independent community participation among individuals with psychiatric disabilities. American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Snethen, G. (2015, June). Independence through Community Access and Navigation: Recovery through Recreation. Recovery Workforce Summit: 2015 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Townley, G. (2015, October). Understanding Diverse Mental Health Experiences. Invited Presentation for the Cascadia Peer Wellness Program, Portland State University, Portland, OR.

Townley, G., Brusilovskiy, E., & Salzer, M. (2015, November). Rural-urban differences in community participation, sense of community, and perceptions of the built environment among individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association 2015 Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Wolf, J., Salzer, M., & Rogers, S. (June 2015). Education pays: Linking peer training with academic credit. Recovery Workforce Summit: 2015 Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2014, February 5). The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Mental Health Conditions. Presentation to the Mental Health America National Policy Forum, Washington, DC.

Baron, R. (2014, May 20). Shaping New Roles for Peer Specialists that Promote Community Inclusion – presentation to the Mental Health America Regional Policy Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2014, March 26). The Role of Peer Specialists in Promoting Employment in a Medicaid-funded Environment. Workshop for Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2014, June 10). Community Inclusion in the Lives of Individuals with Mental Health Conditions who are Homeless. Workshop for Pathways to Housing. Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2014, March 27). Community Inclusion as a Central Element in Wellness Programming:  Developing Online Training for Staff. Presentation for the Community Support Program of New Jersey, Annual Wellness Conference.

Brusilovskiy E., Klein L.A., & Salzer M.S. (November 2014). Measuring Community Participation: Using Spatio-Temporal Clustering Methods to Identify Destinations from GPS Data. Presentation at the University of Pennsylvania GIS Day, Philadelphia, PA.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2014, September). Supported Community Integration Intervention: Orientation to the Intervention. Resources for Human Development (RHD), Philadelphia, PA.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2014, August). Supported Community Integration Intervention: Orientation to the Temple University Community Participation Measure. Resources for Human Development (RHD), Philadelphia, PA.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2014, August). Introduction to the Principles and Practices of Community Integration. Resources for Human Development (RHD), Philadelphia, PA.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2014, October). Methods for Skills Training in Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Resources for Human Development (RHD), Philadelphia, PA.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2014, November). Engagement Strategies: Supporting People as They Contemplate Change. Resources for Human Development (RHD), Philadelphia, PA.

Draine, J. (2014, April 26). Approaches to addressing incarceration, mental illnesses and substance use. Presentation at Temple-Wide Symposium on Substance Use and Addiction. Philadelphia, PA.

Plotnick, D. (2014, November). Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics on the Importance of Community Inclusion as a Primary Factor in Linkage to Community Supports. SAMHSA convened in-person meeting followed by written comments.

Plotnick, D. (2014, October). The Role of Community Inclusion in Improving Behavioral Healthcare. Webinar for executives of Behavioral health Managed Care organization and Mental Health America affiliates and consumers.

Plotnick, D. (2014, October). Recovery, Resilience and Research highlighting research on community inclusion. Crossing the Boundaries Symposium, West Chester, PA.

Plotnick, D. (2014, September). Opportunities for Collaboration and Change featured the community inclusion as a cornerstone. NY Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (NYAPRS) conference Keynote on Helping Families in Crisis.

Plotnick, D. (2014, September). Importance of Community Inclusion in Public Policy and as a Priority of Mental health America. Presentation to Alkermes Government Affairs team.

Plotnick, D. (2014, September). Prioritizing Peer Services featuring Dr. Mark Salzer speaking about the role of community inclusion. Mental Health America Conference workshop, Atlanta, GA.

Plotnick, D. (2014, September). Role of community inclusion in the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Regional Policy Council Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Plotnick, D. (2014, August). Discussion of Community inclusions role in realizing mental health parity. Western Regional Policy Council meeting, Los Angeles, CA.

Plotnick, D. (2014, July). Community Inclusion role in Reframing Perceptions of Mental Illness and Violence. Mid-America Regional Policy Council Meeting, Kansas City, MO.

Rogers, J., & Rogers, S. (2014). Leadership in a National Teleconference. Presentation  at  the National Coalition on Mental Health Recovery.

Rogers, J., & Rogers, S. (2014). Making Your Voice Heard: Communicating Your Message Through the Media Tools for Change Conference. Center for Dignity, Recovery and Empowerment. San Francisco, CA.

Rogers, J., & Rogers, S. (2014). SAMHSA’s Recovery to Practice Tools for Change Conference. Center for Dignity, Recovery and Empowerment. San Francisco, CA.

Rogers, J., & Rogers, S. (2014). Transitions: From an Illness/Maintenance Model to a Wellness/Recovery Model. Presentation at the Disability & Change Symposium. Temple Snethen, G. & Vargas, G. (2013, Oct. 1). Stigma: The wolf in sheep’s clothing. American Therapeutic Recreation Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

Sabella, K., Costa, A., Duperoy, T., & Salzer, M. (2014, March). The Experiences and Perspectives of Young Adult College Students with Serious Mental Health Conditions. Poster presentation at the 27th Annual Children’s Mental Health Research and Policy Conference. Tampa, FL.

Salzer, M.S. (2014, May). Self-Directed Care in Mental Health: Promoting Community Participation as a Medical Necessity in Supports for Adults who Experience Psychiatric Disabilities. 30th Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity. Honolulu, HI.

Salzer, M.S. (2014, May). Using New Geographical Technologies to Understand and Promote Community Integration of Adults who Experience Psychiatric Disabilities. 30th Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity. Honolulu, HI.

Salzer, M.S. (2014, April). Current Research on Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Community Inclusion. Presentation at the 8th World Congress on Neurorehabilitation. Istanbul, Turkey.

Salzer, M.S. (October 2014).  Maps, Mobility, and Community Participation among Adults with Psychiatric Disabilities: Implications of Geographic Methods for Studying Physical Health. Presentation at the University of Illinois at Chicago National Rehabilitation Research Training Center Integrated Healthcare Summit. Chicago, IL.

Salzer, M., Rosenthal, H., Zinman, S., & Rogers, S. (2014, March). Stigma change/Social Research/Social Change. Innovators in Action Panel Presentation at the Center for Dignity, Recovery, and Empowerment Tools for Change 2014 Conference. San Francisco, CA.

Salzer, M.S. (November 2014). Inclusion of Adults with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation at the Jewish Leadership Institute on Disabilities and Inclusion hosted by the National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities at the University of Delaware.  Reisterstown, MD.

Salzer, M.S. (October 2014). Why peers are essential for promoting community integration. National webinar for peer specialist VA employees, supervisors, and supporters.

Snead, B., & Roseboom, N. (2014, September). Community Integration for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation for the undergraduate Mental Health in Therapeutic Recreation course.

Snethen, G. (2014, May 2). Development and feasibility of a physical activity intervention for individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Temple University College of Health Professions and Social Work Research Day.

Snethen, G., Snead, B., & Roseboom, N. (2014, November). Independence through Community Access and Navigation. Session presented at the 64th Annual Courtland Recreation Conference, Courtland, NY.

Snethen, G., Snead, B., & Roseboom, N. (2014, October). Independence through Community Access and Navigation (ICAN): A RT Intervention. 16th Annual New Jersey- Eastern Pennsylvania Therapeutic Recreation Association Conference, Princeton, NJ.

Baron, R. (2013, March). Results on People with Mental Health Conditions at Work. Half day presentation.

Baron, R. (2013, April) Community Inclusion. One day training for Pioneer Center for Human Services. McHenry, IL.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2013, January 25). Vicarious Trauma and Strategies for Self-care. Pennsylvania Civil Service Certified Peer Specialists Training. Harrisburg, PA.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2013, June 10). Classroom and Online Training: Past Outcomes and Future Prospects for PSR Practitioners. Presentation at 2013 Annual USPRA Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Hanrahan, N., Solomon, P. (2013, March). Translation of a transitional Care Model for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness. Webinar for Nurse INQUIRI.

Kundra, L. (2013). Parenting with a Mental Illness Workshop.  Child and Family Connections, Inc. and Temple University Collaborative.

Kundra, L. (2013, March 2). Parenting with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation at Pennsylvania Society of Clinical Social Workers.

Kurzban S.A. & Wong, Y.-L. I. (2013, January). Social Work’s Contribution to Community Integration for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness: Lessons Learned and Future Direction”. Roundtable Presentation at the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research.

Manion, E. (2013, January 24). Working with Complainants Who Have Challenging Behavior. Half-day training at US Dept of Education Mid-Atlantic region. Philadelphia, PA.

Manion, E. (2013, April 26). Family Involvement: Strategies to Improve Outcomes University of Pennsylvania Affiliates Conference Series. Center for Mental Health Policy & Services Research. Philadelphia, PA.

Manion, E. (2013, February 11). Presentation. Temple University School of Social Work. Philadelphia, PA.

Mullen, M. (2013, April 19). Characteristics of College Students with Psychiatric Conditions: Findings from a RCT. Presentation at NARRTC Conference. Old Town Alexandria, VA.

Mullen, M. (2013, March 22). Becoming a College Student: Turning a Dream into Reality. Presentation at CS-NJ’s Wellness Conference. Edison, New Jersey.

Pfeiffer, E., Salzer, M., & Kinnealey, M. (2013, April). Sensory Processing and Mental Health Disorders: Collaborative Research and Interventions for Recovery and Community Participation. The American Occupational Therapy Association’s 93rd Annual Conference. San Diego, CA.

Plotnick, D. (2013, November). Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics on the importance of community inclusion as a primary factor in linkage to community supports. SAMHA convened in-person meeting.

Rogers, J. (2013). Peer Leadership. Plenary Panel. The Wellness Conference 1.0. Philadelphia, PA.

Rogers, J., Baron, R. (2013). Peer Specialists & Community Inclusion. Presentation at The Wellness Conference 1.0. Philadelphia, PA.

Rogers, J. (2013). What Recovery Means to Me: A Facilitated Discussion. Presetnation at 2012 National Zarrow Mental Health Symposium & Mental Health America Annual Conference. Tulsa, OK.

Rogers, J., Olivet, J. (2013) Living Life: Real Community Integration. Presentation.

Rogers, J. (2013). The Role of Peer-Run Programs in Promoting Community Inclusion. Webinar.

Rogers, J. (2013). Presentation at DBSA HUP Chapter support group.

Rogers, J. (2013). Presentation at Hahnemann Hospital during Social Work Month.

Salzer, M.S. (2013, October). Creating Enabling Environments that Promote Community Integration of Adults with Psychiatric Disabilities. School of Social Work, Hebrew University. Jerusalem, Israel.

Salzer, M.S. (2013, October). Eran and Shoshana would, could, and should work, go to school, date, and live in the community like everyone else: Current research on community inclusion of adults with psychiatric disabilities. Plenary presentation at the Israel Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association Annual Conference. Bar Ilan University. Ramat-Gan, Israel.

Salzer, M.S. (2013, October). Policies, programs, and practices for promoting community inclusion of adults with psychiatric disabilities. Workshop presentation at the Israel Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association Annual Conference. Bar Ilan University. Ramat-Gan, Israel.

Salzer, M.S. (2013, October). Community Inclusion: Current Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice. Plenary presentation and discussant at the Cross-Disability Conference on Community Inclusion at the University of Haifa. Haifa, Israel.

Salzer, M.S. (2013, September). Opportunity to Live in the Community Like Everyone Else: Promoting Community Integration. Plenary presentation at the Copeland Center Summit. Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, A. (2013). I Can’t Get you a Job. I’m not an Employment Specialist. Presentation at PAPSRS Annual Conference. State College, PA

Solomon, A. (2013, June) Providing employment supports with no budget.  Workshop. Atlanta, GA.

Solomon, A. (2013, May 29) Supported Education. Presentation for Citizens Advisory Council of OVR. York County, PA.

Snethen, G. & Vargas, G. (2013, Oct. 1). Student attitudes towards individuals with severe mental illness. American Therapeutic Recreation Association Annual Conference, Research Institute, Pittsburgh, PA.

Snethen, G. (2013, Oct. 22). Promoting physical activity in mental health settings: Why and how. New Jersey Eastern Pennsylvania Therapeutic Recreation Association Conference, Princeton, NJ.

Townley, G. (2013, August). Partnering with researchers to support peer-run organizations and programs.  Invited presentation at the Mental Health of America Oregon Peerpocalypse Conference, Silverton, OR.

 

 

Cullen, S., Marcus, S., Solomon, P. (Jan 2012). Maternal psychotic disorders and pediatric well child care: Medicaid-insured Families in Pennsylvania. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Bilger, A., Diamond, B., Marchisello, M., Schnepp, J., Regan, L.  (2012, October).  CRIF Self Directed Care in Delaware County.  26TH Annual Alternatives Conference.  Portland, OR.

Brusilovkey, E., & Salzer, M. (2012, September). A Review of Psychometric and Validity Findings Involving the Recovery Assessment Scale. Presentation at 1st Meeting on Patient Reported Outcomes in Mental Health. Washington, DC.

Brusilovkey, E., Salzer, M., Kottsieper, P., Prvu-Bettger, J. (2012, September). Reliability and Validity of the Temple University Community Participation Scale. Presentation at 1st Meeting on Patient Reported Outcomes in Mental Health. Washington, DC.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2012, October 5). Supporting People as They Contemplate Change: An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing. Pennsylvania Civil Service Certified Peer Specialists Training. Harrisburg, PA.

Draine, J. (2012, May). Peer support and jail reentry. Passaic County Mental Health Association.

Draine, J. (2012). Talk on Mental Illness in the Justice System. University of Pennsylvania Fels Center for Government.

Harrington, S., Goodale, L., Salzer, M., & Fenley, G. (2012, September). National Certification and Peer Registry. Facilitated Discussion at Wellness Solutions 1.0 Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Kaplan, K. (June 2012). Connecting Parents with Psychiatric Disabilities to Support and Resources. Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance Online Affiliate Training.

Kaplan, K. (April 2012). Rights of Parents with Psychiatric Disabilities. 2012 Jacobus ten Broek Disability Law Symposium. Baltimore, MD.

Kundra, L. (2012, February). Personal experience with living with a psychiatric disability. LaSalle University.

Kundra, L. (2012). Supported Education: Interim Results from a RCT. 25th Annual Children’s Mental Health Research and Policy Conference, Tampa, FL

Kundra, L. (2012, Oct-Dec). Parenting with a Mental Illness. Workshop. Temple Collaborative and Child and Family Connections, Inc.

Mannion, E. (2012, September). Creating Trustworthy and Supportive Environments for Parents with Psychiatric Disabilities; Educating and Supporting Children When Parents Have Psychiatric Disabilities. Training Institute presented at TU Collaborative Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Mannion, E. (2012, March). Providing Family Inclusive Services. Grand Rounds presentation for Cooper University Hospital Department of Psychiatry, Camden, NJ.

Mannion, E. Crisis-Prevention: Responding Effectively When Participants or You are Losing Control. In-service training for staff of the Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

Mannion, E. (2012, April). Setting Limits When A Loved One Has a Mental Health Disorder. Workshop presented at the Main line Affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Ardmore, PA.

Mannion, E. (2012, April). Coping When A Loved One Has a Mental Health Disorder. Workshop presented at the Delaware County, PA affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Lansdowne, PA.

Mannion, E. (2012, May). Do We Now Know Enough to Prevent Borderline Personality Disorder? A community seminar in honor of mental health month and Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month, sponsored by the Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA’s Training & Education Center.

Mullen, M. (2012, November 13). Supported Education in the United States and the Netherlands. Presentation at 11th World Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Congress. Milan, Italy.

Mullen, M. (2012, November 11). Cultivating Educational Environments to Support College Students with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation at 11th World Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Congress. Milan, Italy.

Rogers, J. (2012). The Power of Peers: How Peers, Peer Specialists and Peer-run Organizations Can Promote Community Inclusion. Workshop at the Alternatives 2012 Conference. Portland, Oregon.

Salzer, M.S. (May 2012). Addressing Environmental Barriers Affecting Retention and Performance of College Students Who Experience Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation at the 2012 National Transition Conference: College and Careers for Youth with Disabilities. Washington, DC.

Salzer, M.S. (June 2012). Current research on peer support in mental health services. Presentation made to peer specialists working in state hospitals and state hospital administrators. Harrisburg, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (January 2012). Promoting community inclusion of adults with psychiatric disabilities. ME Psychiatric Hospital and Office of Mental Health staff. Augusta, ME.

Salzer, M.S. (May 2012). What is Community Inclusion and How is It Related to Recovery? Bucks County Office of Mental Health and Programs, sponsored by Magellan. Bucks County, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (March 2012). Peer Support: Current Theory, Research, Practice, and Barriers. Presentation at Temple School of Social Work event. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. & Snethen, G. (2012, October). Emerging Approaches for Promoting Full and Meaningful Lives in the Community. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the New Jersey Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. Edison, NJ.

Salzer, M.S. & Brusilovskiy, E. (2012, September). A Review of Psychometric and Validity Findings Involving the Recovery Assessment Scale. International Center of Mental Health Policy and Economics First Meeting on Patient Reported Outcomes and Person-Centered Care in Mental Health. Washington, DC.

Salzer, M.S. & Brusilovskiy, E., Prvu-Bettger, J., & Kottsieper, P. (2012, September). Reliability and Validity of the Temple University Community Participation Scale. International Center of Mental Health Policy and Economics First Meeting on Patient Reported Outcomes and Person-Centered Care in Mental Health. Washington, DC.

Solomon, A. (2012, February). PA learning community on employment. Teleconference on Supported Education.

Solomon, A. (2012, April). Introduction to Supported Employment. Sponsored by the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health, Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, A. (2012, May). Introduction to Supported Employment, Beyond Supported Employment, Basics of Supported Education. Co-sponsored by the Allegheny County Office of Behavioral Health and PA OMHSAS for providers of employment services in mental health agencies, Pittsburgh, PA.

Solomon, A. (2012, June). Introduction to Supported Employment. Presentation for Philadelphia Department of Behavioral health, Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, P. (March, 2012). Recovery-Oriented Services: An Ethical Imperative, Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, Cooper University Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Camden, N.J.

Solomon, P., Lukens, J. (May 2012). Resolving Ethical Challenges and Promoting Mental Health Recovery. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA

Solomon, A. (2012, July 18). Introduction to Supported Employment and Supported Education. Philadelphia Dept. of Behavioral Health. Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, P. (2012, December). Research on the Effectiveness of Peer Specialists. Presentation at Penn Affiliates Conference Series. Dept. of Psychiatry. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, P. (2012, September). Pilot RCT of Transitional Care Model of Post Hospitalization of Patients with Severe Mental Illness: Lessons Learned & Future Directions. Presentation at Silberman School of Social Work. Hunter College, New York.

Solomon, P. (2012, June). 35th Anniversary of School of Health Related Professions, Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation & Counseling. Panel Presentation Future of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, Westfield, NJ.

Wong, I. (2012, January). Effects of Social Networks on Medical Comorbidity Among People with Serious Mental Illness. Paper Presentation at the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research

 

Baron, R. (2011, May 22). Finding and maintaining Relationships. Training for the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. National conference.

Baron, R. (2011, May). Improving Interpersonal Relationships as a Pathway to Community Inclusion. Annual Conference of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. Houston, TX.

Baron, R. (2011, June). Building Effective Linkages to Community Life. University of Pennsylvania Schizophrenia Research Center. Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R., & Dezenski, L. (2011, July). Closing the CIL/MH Divide – Improving Communications between Centers for Independent Living and their local Mental Health Authorities, Programs, and Consumer-Run Services. 2011 Annual Conference of the National Association of Centers of Independent Living. Washington, D.C.

Brusilovskiy, E. (2011, September). Community Participation as a Predictor of Recovery-Oriented Outcomes Among Emerging and Mature Adults with Mental Illnesses. Presented at the 2nd Int’l Research Conference on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities -Philadelphia, PA.

Burns-Lynch, B. (2011, December). The Elements of Evidenced-based Supported Employment Event. Bucks County Evidence-based Practice Supported Employment Training, Doylestown, PA.

Draine, J. (2011). Reentry programs and Mental Illness. Temple University criminal justice doctoral program.

Frasso, R.,  Mathew, L.,  Bennett, I., Marcus, S., Solomon, P., Culhane, J. (Nov, 2011). Exploring the association between low maternal health literacy and pediatric health literacy and pediatric health care utilization: Are limited reading skills a barrier of concern? American Public Health Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C

Kaplan, K. M. (2011, May). Safeguarding the Rights of Parents with Disabilities. National Council on Disability’s Regional Policy Forum. Portland, OR.

Kaplan, K. M. (2011, January). Internet peer support for individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Society for Social Work Research 16th Annual Conference. Tampa, FL.

Kaplan, K., Salzer, M. S., Solomon, P., Brusilovskiy, E., & Cousounis, P. (September 2011). Internet Peer Support for Individuals with Disabilities: A Randomized Controlled Trial. 2nd International Research Conference: Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Philadelphia, PA.

Kaplan, K., Salzer, M. S., Brusilovskiy, E. (September 2011). Community Participation as a Predictor of Recovery-Oriented Outcomes among Emerging and Mature Adults with Mental Illnesses. 2nd International Research Conference: Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Philadelphia, PA.

Kaplan, K. (September 2011). Strategies for Supporting Families Affected by a Psychiatric Disability. 2nd International Research Conference: Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Philadelphia, PA

Kundra, L. (2011, October). Getting off the Emotional Roller Coaster. MHASP.

Kundra, L. (2011, October). Learning to Communicate with a Loved One Who Has a Mental Illness.  for family members offered by NAMI PA Main Line. This workshop was held in Ardmore, PA and was attended by about 50 consumers and family members.

Kundra, L. (2011, April 7). Challenges for Parents in Recovery and their Children. Pennsylvania Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services Conference. State College, PA.

Kundra, L. (2011, April 7). Resources for Parents in Recovery and their Children. Pennsylvania Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services Conference. State College, PA.

Leon, R., Babin, D. (2011, November). Co-presented in Hudson County to Hoboken Hospital Behavioral Health Staff.

Leon, R., Babin, D. (2011, December). Conducted presentation at Harbor House Adult Partial Hospitalization Program.

Mannion, E. (2011, October). The Effects of Serious Mental Illness on the Family. Voices in the Family Public Radio Show with Dan Gottlieb.

Mannion, E. (2011, December). Family Inclusion in Residential Services for People in Recovery. Seminar presented at the Behavioral Health Training & Education Network’s residential staff training series, Philadelphia, PA.

Mannion, E. (2011, October). Introduction to Dialectical Behavior Therapy. In-service training provided at Richard hall Community MH Center, Bridgewater, NJ.

Mannion, E. (2011, October). Training Psychiatrists to Provide Family Inclusive Care: Challenges and Solutions. Institute for Psychiatric Services, San Francisco, CA.

Mannion, E. (2011, October 05). How Mood Disorders and Relationships Affect Each Other. Invited guest lecturer for the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance affiliate at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Metraux, S., Brusilovskiy, E., Prvu-Bettger, J., Wong, Y.L., & Salzer, M. (2011, September). “Examining Associations between Psychiatric Disability and Proximity to Neighborhood Amenities.”  Temple University Collaborative’s Second International Research Conference on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities.  Philadelphia PA.

Rogers, S. (2011, April 12) Serving Effectively on Boards and Committees. Training. Montgomery County, PA.

Rogers, S. (2011, April 13) Achieving Recovery from Mental Illness: Why Involuntary Treatment Does Not Work. Training for course on Mental Health and the Law.

Rogers, S. (2011, May 16-17). How and why to serve on committees, advisory boards and boards of directors. Workshop. Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Rogers, S. (2011, May 18) Issues related to personal experience with clinical depression. Presentation. Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Rogers, S. (2011) Into the Thick of Things. Presentation at the Herman Holloway Campus, Delaware Health and Social Services.  New Castle, DE

Rogers, S. (2011, June 15). The impact of mental health consumer-run organizations on transformative change. Presentation at the Pre-Conference Meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action of the Transformative Change in Mental Health conference. Adler School of Professional Psychology. Chicago, IL.

Rogers, S. (2011). Freedom Self-Advocacy Curriculum. Presentation at Next Steps, NFP. Chicago, IL.

Rogers, J. (2011). Keynote presentation at the Philadelphia Mental Health Court’s Reintegration and Community Resource Symposium. PA Convention Center.

Rogers, S. (2011, June 24). How to Boost Your Sense of Self-Esteem, & Help Others Too. Presentation at New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse’s conference. Rutgers Conference Center. New Brunswick, NJ.

Salzer, M.S. (2011, June). Practical Strategies for Building Active Community Lives: Community Integration for Veterans with Psychiatric Disabilities. Battle Creek VA Behavioral Health Grand Rounds.  Battle Creek, MI.

Salzer, M.S. (2011, March). Peer support as an evidence-based practice: Current theory and research. 2011 DOD/VA Annual Suicide Prevention Conference. Boston, MA.

Salzer, M.S. (2011, January). Present and future of certified peer specialists: A research overview. Presentation at the Texas USPRA annual conference. Austin, TX.

Salzer, M.S. (2011, June). Promoting community inclusion of adults with psychiatric disabilities. Voices and Vision program.  Bucks County, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2011, June). Supporting students with psychiatric disabilities.  Temple University Exposition on Supporting Students with Psychiatric Disabilities. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2011, April). A practical approach to evaluation of recreation therapy programs. 2011 Temple University TR Program Supervisor Appreciation CE Training. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2011, January).  Peer support in the behavioral health system: Past, present, and future.  DBSA Pharmaceutical Industry Advisory Board meeting. Washington, DC.

Salzer, M.S. (2011, January). Promoting community integration of individuals with psychiatric disabilities: Current research and practice. Half-day workshop at the Texas USPRA annual conference. Austin, TX.

Salzer, M.S. (November 2011). Promoting recovery and community integration.  Mississippi Department of Mental Health. Jackson, MS.

Salzer, M.S. (November 2011). Introduction to community integration and 10 facts about employment and education. Plenary given at the 5th annual recovery conference in Delaware County, PA. Drexel Hill, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (September 2011). Community inclusion of individuals with psychiatric disabilities: A vision for mental health policy, programs, and practices. Plenary given at the Second International Conference on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (September 2011). Access and outcomes for people with psychiatric disabilities who receive OVR services. Workshop presentation at the Second International Conference on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (September 2011). Listening to college students with psychiatric disabilities: Results from a national survey.  Workshop presentation at the Second International Conference on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (September 2011). Reliability and validity of a new measure of community participation with individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Workshop presentation at the Second International Conference on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (August 2011). PRRCs promoting community integration and managing the dignity of risk. Workshop presentation at the National Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center conference (Department of Veterans Affairs). Denver, CO.

Salzer, M.S. (August 2011). Promoting community integration in PRRCs: Evidence-based practices. Plenary presentation at the National Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center conference (Department of Veterans Affairs). Denver, CO.

Salzer, M.S. (July 2011). Self-directed care in public mental health. Plenary presentation at the SAMHSA annual block grant conference.  Washington, DC.

Solomon, A. (2011). Enhancing Academic Success for Individuals with a Psychiatric Disability. Presentation. Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, A. (2011). Getting People to College:  Strategies for Engagement and Retention for Peer Specialist. Presentation. Harrisburg, PA.

Solomon, A. (2011). Getting People to College:  Strategies for Engagement, Retention, Supports, & Career Development. Presentation at USPRA Annual Conference. Boston, MA.

Solomon, P. (2011, May). Easing the Pain: How can we improve systems that serve people with mental health challenges. Panel Member. Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment. Philadelphia, PA

Solomon, P. (2011, Feb). Current Status of ACT. Research Grand Rounds, Department of Behavioral Health. Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, A. (2011, September). Community Inclusion. Training for Targeted Case Managers at Horizon House.

Solomon, A. (2011) Facilitated a workshop on supported education. TU Conference.

Solomon, A. (2011, September). Introduction to Supported Employment and Education. Horizon House Presentation.

Solomon, A. (2011, September). Introduction to Employment with Problem Solving. Horizon House Swarthmore Office for Delaware County ACT Team members, Swarthmore, PA.

Solomon, A. (2011, September). Importance of Employment in Recovery. Keynote address at agency picnic for The Wedge Services, Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, A. (2011, April). Start-up for Psychiatric Rehabilitation programs. PAPSRS Conference, State College, PA.

Solomon, P. (Dec. 2011). Current Efforts in Education & Training in EBP in Graduate Schools of Social Work. International Seminar for Program Evaluation Education in Graduate Schools of Social Work, Japan College of Social Work, Tokyo, Japan

Solomon, P. (Dec 2011) Advanced Social Workers Involvement & Roles in Evaluation: The Promise of Evaluation Education at Social Work Graduate Universities. International Seminar for Program Evaluation Education in Graduate Schools of Social Work, Japan College of Social Work, Tokyo, Japan

Solomon, P. (Dec 2011). Challenges and Benefits of Consumers/Peers as Service Providers: recovery & Partnership with Professionals.  Sponsored by COMHBO (Community Mental Health and Welfare Bonding Organization) University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

Solomon, P. (Nov 2011). Family Inclusion for Adults with Mental Illness: Why, What & How. Workshop at University of Western Ontario Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, London Ontario

Solomon, P. (Nov. 2011). Do Women Bear the Burden of Caring for those Affected by Mental Illness?   Continuing Professional Development Conference on Family and Mental Health, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, London, Ontario.

Solomon, P. (Nov. 2011). Designing & Implementing Randomized Controlled Trials for Community-Based Psychosocial  Interventions. Workshop at University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of  Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Psychiatry, London, Ontario

Wong, Y.-L. I., Qiu, T., Wang, L., & Zhou, M.  (2011, June). Community Inclusion for Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities: Building a Cross-Cultural Research Agenda. Paper Presentation at Social Work and Social Policy International Conference. Shanghai, China.

Wong, Y.-L. I. (2011, May). Blending Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Understanding Community Inclusion. Invited Seminar at Department of Social Work & Social Administration. The University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong, China.

Wong, I. (2011, September). Environmental Barriers: Geographic Information System (GIS) Technology Applied to Understanding Community Participation. Workshop Presentation, The Second International Research Conference: Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities, Philadelphia, PA.

Brusilovskiy, E. & Salzer, M.S. (2010, November). Perceived Community Resource Availability Among Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities: Preliminary Results. Presentation at the 138th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association. Denver, CO.

Cullen, S. W., Solomon, P. (2010, April). Family community integration: The effects of maternal mental health. Poster, Penn- International Council on Women’s Health Issues (ICOWHI) 18th Congress, Philadelphia, PA

Kaplan, K. (2010, August). Working with parents with psychiatric disabilities. Crawford County CASA Training. Meadville, PA.

Kaplan, K. (2010, August). Attorneys forum: Strategies for representing parents with psychiatric disabilities. Crawford County CASA Training. Meadville, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, September). Recovery and Community Integration of Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities: Current Research and Practice. Ann Arbor VA Behavioral Health Grand Rounds.  Ann Arbor, MI.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, September). Recovery and Community Integration of Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities: Current Research and Practice. Detroit VA Behavioral Health Grand Rounds.  Detroit, MI.

Salzer, M.S. & Breen, L. (2010, June). Community integration: Evidence-based practices and practiced-based evidence. Presentation at the National Local Recovery Coordinators (Veterans Affairs) Training Conference. New Orleans, LA.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, August). Acknowledging and overcoming healthcare staff attitudes and beliefs about peers and peer support.  Plenary presentation at the National VA Peer Specialist Conference.  Chicago, IL.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, September). What Keeps John From Working?: Applying Rehabilitation Science to the Employment of Persons with Serious Mental Illnesses and Solutions. Presentation to Ann Arbor (MI.) VA employment services staff.  Ann Arbor, MI.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, September). PRRCs, PSTs, LRCs, and Consumer Councils: VA Leading Efforts to Promote Recovery and Community Integration. Presentation to Detroit (MI.) VA staff.  Ann Arbor, MI.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, May). Recovery measurement and program evaluation consultation. Presentation at the National Local Recovery Coordinators Training Conference (Southern VA VISNs). San Antonio, TX.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, May). Measuring recovery and other psychiatric rehabilitation outcomes. Presentation at the National Local Recovery Coordinators Training Conference (Southern VA VISNs). San Antonio, TX.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, May). LRC roles in promoting community integration and recovery. Plenary presentation at the National Local Recovery Coordinators Training Conference (Southern VA VISNs). San Antonio, TX.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, May). Recovery measurement and program evaluation consultation. Presentation at the National Local Recovery Coordinators Training Conference (Northern VA VISNs). Salt Lake City, UT.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, May). Measuring recovery and other psychiatric rehabilitation outcomes. Presentation at the National Local Recovery Coordinators Training Conference (Northern VA VISNs). Salt Lake City, UT.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, May). LRC roles in promoting community integration and recovery. Plenary presentation at the National Local Recovery Coordinators Training Conference (Northern VA VISNs). Salt Lake City, UT.

Salzer, M.S. (April 2010). Present and future of certified peer specialists. Presentation at 25th annual Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) conference. Chicago, IL.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, February). Current Knowledge About Peer Specialists: An Emerging Behavioral Health Workforce. Plenary presentation at the Veterans Affairs National HUD-VASH Conference. Tampa, FL.

Salzer, M.S. (2010, February). The Importance of Community Integration and Strategies for Promoting Opportunities for Meaningful Lives in the Community.  Presentation to the Montgomery County (PA.) NAMI affiliate. Glenside, Pa.

Solomon, P. (2010, July). Designing & Implementing Randomized Controlled Trials for Community-Based Human Service Programs: Rationale, Principles, & Practical Guidance. University of Tokyo. Japan Society for Promotion of Science Fellowship and Japan College of Social Work. Tokyo, Japan.

Solomon, P. (2010, August). Designing & Implementing Randomized Controlled Trials for Community –Based Human Services. National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies. Tokyo, Japan

Solomon, P. (2010, August,). Social Workers as Evaluators in the United States. International seminar for Program Evaluation Education for Social Workers and graduate Students in Schools of Social Work. Tokyo, Japan.

Solomon, P. (2010, August). International transfer of EBPs: Evaluation Methodologies  Implications for Training Social Work Evaluators.  International seminar for Program Evaluation Education for Social Workers and graduate Students in Schools of Social Work. Tokyo, Japan.

Solomon, P. (2010, August,). Consumers as Service Providers: Relevance to ACT. Okayama Mental Health Institute, Okayama, Japan.

Solomon, P. (2010, July). The Ethics of the Recovery Movement and Parity. The Scattergood Ethics Summer Institute for the Applied Ethics of Behavioral Health. The Scattergood Program for the Applied Ethics of Behavioral Health. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, P. (2010, March). Designing & Implementing Randomized Controlled Trials for Community-Based Psychosocial Interventions. Workshop. Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, Ohio.

Solomon, P. (2010, March). Designing & Implementing Randomized Controlled Trials for Community-Based Psychosocial Interventions, Workshop, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

Tennille, J., Faerber, J., Solomon, P., McDermott, P., TenHave, T., Blank, M. (2010, January).  Development and validation of the HIV Risk alliance Scale: A measure of therapeutic relationship aimed at primary and secondary HIV prevention. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Vaughan, C. & Salzer, M.S. (2010, August). Avoiding stigma and replicating traditional provider behaviors in peer support services.  Breakout session at the National VA Peer Specialist Conference.  Chicago, IL.

Wong, Y.-L. I., Tse, S., Min, S-Y, & Lee, S. (2010, June). Engendering Social Inclusion for People with Psychiatric Disabilities: Community-Based Interventions from an International Perspective.  Invited Workshop, Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Hong Kong, China.

Wong, Y.-L. I., Lee, S., & Stanhope, V. (2010, January). Neighborhood Factors in a Residential Continuum: Patterns and Outcomes. Symposium entitled “Different Housing Models, Different Perspectives: Achieving Community Integration for People with Psychiatric Disabilities”

(2010, February). In Recovery from Bipolar Disorder. Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Resarch, Bryn Mawr, PA.

(2010, April). Living with Bipolar Disorder. Drexel University college of Nursing and Health Professions, Philadelphia, PA.

(2010, April). NAMI In Our Own Voice. NAMI PA Main Line, Family to Family Course, Wynnewood, PA.

(2010, April). Living with Bipolar Disorder. Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.

(2010, April). In Recovery from Bipolar Disorder. Guest presenter for Getting Off The Emotional Roller Coaster: A skill building workshop for families and friends of people with Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression or Borderline Personality Disorder, Belmont Center, Philadelphia, PA.

(2010, April). Employment and Education. Workshop Presentation at NYAPRS Executive Seminar, Albany, NY.

(2010, November). Supported Education and the Pathway to Employment. Workshop Presentation at a PARF Seminar on Supported Education program development, Harrisburg, PA.

(2010, February). Developing an Annual County Employment Plan. Webcast for Pennsylvania’s county mental health authorities, Harrisburg, PA.

(2010, June). A Consumer and his Best Friend. Workshop Presentation at the PMHCA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

(2010, January). Community Integration. Webinar for USPRA.

(2010, March). Community Integration. Online course for UIC’s RRTC.

(2010, January). Health Care Concerns for People with Psychiatric Disabilities. Oversight for half day conference for CMHPSR Affiliates, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Cantwell, K., Long, J., Solomon, P. (2009, October). Family Inclusion in Recovery.  Recovery in Motion: A Symposium Dedicated to the Recovery Movement. The Philadelphia Psychiatric Society, Philadelphia, PA.

Cavanaugh, M., Gelles, R., Solomon, P. (May 2009). A pilot RCT exploring the effectiveness of the Dialectical Psychoeducational Workshop (DPEW) in decreasing the potential risk of intimate partner violence. The Campbell Collaboration Colloquium 2009. Oslo, Norway.

Cullen, S., Matejowski, J., Marcus, S., Solomon, P. (2009, November). Maternal mental health and pediatric health use: a national sample of Medicaid and SCHIP insured children. Annual Conference, American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Friesen, B., Nicholson, J., Kaplan, K., Solomon, P. (2009). Parents with a mental illness and implementation of the Adoption and Safe Families ACT, Monograph on ASFA.

Ghose, T., Solomon, P., Chowdhury, D. (Jan 2009) Research that promotes sustainability and strengths. Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA.

Hadley, T. R. “The Social Context of Serious Mental Illness: Blaming the Victim.”  Grand Rounds. University of Pittsburgh, March 16, 2009.

Hadley, T. R. “The Social Context of Serious Mental Illness: Blaming the Victim.” Grand Rounds. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, April 28, 2009

Kaplan, K. M. (2009, November). Peer-delivered services in public mental health. 137th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association. Philadelphia, PA.

Kaplan, K. M. (2009, October). Achieving the promise for parents with psychiatric disabilities. Annual Conference of the Mental Health Association of New York State. Albany, NY.

Kaplan, K. M. (2009, September). Strategies for supporting parents with psychiatric disabilities: Keeping families together.  Helping Parents with Psychiatric Disabilities: Strategies for Child Welfare, Behavioral Health, and Family Support Program Providers. Harrisburg, PA.

Kaplan, K.M. (2009, March). Increasing Self-Determination Through Psychiatric Advance Directives. National Disability Rights Network Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD.

Kaplan, K.M. (2009, April). We Can Parent! New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services 5th Annual Executive Seminar on Systems Transformation. Albany, NY.

Lee, S., Matejkowski, J., & Wong, Y.-L. I. (2009, January). Social networks of persons with serious mental illness: Structure, transactions, and satisfaction. Oral Presentation. Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research

Metraux, S. (2009, August). Assessing the Impact of Mental Illness on Three Community Outcomes for Persons Released From Prison to Philadelphia Locations.  Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco CA.

Rogers, S.  Presented on advocacy at the Center for Mental Health Services Region III Consumer/Survivor Meeting, in Philadelphia, February 11, 2009

Rogers, S. Presented a workshop on “Serving Effectively on Boards and Committees,” Raleigh, NC, to the members of the board of the North Carolina Mental Health Consumers’ Organization (NC MHCO), the statewide consumer organization, March 5, 2009

Rogers, S. Presented a workshop on “The History and Accomplishments of the Consumer Movement” at Chestnut Place Clubhouse, March 13, 2009

Rogers, S. Presented a five-hour interactive training on public speaking skills to the Steering Committee of the Consumer Recovery Advocacy Coalition of Delaware, April 24, 2009

Rogers, S. Presented four workshops (two on “Achieving Recovery Despite Stigma and Discrimination” and two on “How to Communicate More Effectively”) at the annual statewide conference of the NC MHCO on May 30, 2009

Rogers, S. Presented a training on “Serving Effectively on Boards and Committees” to the Consumer Advisory Committee of the Chicago Division of Mental Health, June 29, 2009

Rogers, S. Presented a training on “Self-Determination: What Helps and What Hinders” to a consumer group convened by the Chicago Division of Mental Health, June 29, 2009

Rogers, S. Presented a training on “Advocacy Skills” to a consumer group convened by Thresholds in Chicago, June 30, 2009.

Rogers, S. Presented a training on “Public Speaking Skills” to a consumer group convened by Thresholds in Chicago, June 30, 2009.

Rogers, J. April 2009 – UIC Conference in Chicago, IL

Rogers, J. April 2009 – New York Association (NYAPRS) in Albany, NY

Rogers, J. May 2009 – Naomi Ruth Cohen Foundation Conference in Chicago, IL

Salzer, M.S. (2009, May). The pursuit of happiness. Keynote presentation at the 32nd annual Montgomery County. Mental Health Luncheon.  Jeffersonville, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, May).  Community Integration Research and Implications for Philadelphia Behavioral Health Services. Presentation at the Research Grand Rounds, Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Mental Retardation Services.  Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, April).  Making the Case for COMPEER: Enhancing Opportunities for Community Participation.  First International Webinar for COMPEER International.  Internet conference.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, April). Promoting Meaningful Employment Opportunities: Tao of Pooh and Moving From Figure To Ground.  Presentation at the Capabilities Seminar of The Center to Study Recovery in Social Contexts based at the Nathan Kline Institute.  New York, NY.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, April). Beyond Supported Employment: Meaningful Career Development Initiatives During the Next Decade. Presentation at the Self-Determination Summit hosted by the University of Illinois-Chicago National Rehabilitation and Training Center. Chicago, IL.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, April). We Can Go To School: Education, Careers, and Economic Prosperity for Individuals with Mental Illnesses. Workshop presentation at the NYAPRS 5th annual Executive Seminar. Albany, NY. (25 people: 20 providers, 5 consumers)

Salzer, M.S. (2009, April). A life in the community. Plenary presentation at the NYAPRS 5th annual Executive Seminar. Albany, NY.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, March). Promoting community integration: Lessons learned from other disability groups. Presentation at the 4th annual University of Pennsylvania Autism Conference.  Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, January). Education, Careers, and Economic Prosperity for Individuals with Mental Illnesses: A Review of the Evidence. Presentation at an all-day workshop on Developing careers, autonomy and prosperity: Improving the educational outcomes of people with mental illness in our region sponsored by the Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Vocational Task Force. Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Salzer, M.S. (January 2009). Current Research on Community Integration of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities and the Promotion of Careers and Economic Prosperity.  Invited special presentation at Queens University and Kingston General Hospital.  Kingston, Ontario, Canada. (40 people: 35 providers, 5 consumers)

Salzer, M.S. (May 2009).  Community integration of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Presentation at the quarterly meeting of the Pennsylvania Disability Rights Network – Mental Health Advisory Council.  Harrisburg, PA.  (15 people: 15 advoactes)

Salzer, M.S. (January 2009).  Developed and led a four-week Adult Learning course on community integration of persons with serious mental illnesses.  Central Babtist Church.  Wayne, PA. (25 people: 25 laypeople)

Salzer, M.S. (2009, September). Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Keynote presentation at the 27th Annual Conference of the New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services.  Kerhonkson, NY.

Salzer, M.S. & Aucilino, N. (2009, September). We can go to school. Presentation at the 27th Annual Conference of the New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services.  Kerhonkson, NY.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, August).  Current knowledge about peer specialists.  Plenary presentation at the Eastern United States Veterans Affairs Peer Specialist Conference. Orlando, FL.

Salzer, M., Bell, J., & Vaughan, C. (2009, August). Promoting community integration.  Workshop presentation at the Eastern United States Veterans Affairs Peer Specialist Conference. Orlando, FL.

Salzer, M.S. (2009, October). Current research on certified peer specialists. Webinar for Magellan Behavioral Health Services.

Stephen Metraux & Lianna Barbu.  “Use of HMIS in Conjunction with Evaluating the Rebuilding Lives Initiative in Columbus/Franklin County, OH.”  Northeast Regional Homeless Management Information Systems Training Conference.  Boston MA, May 18, 2009.

Stephen Metraux.  “Identifying Heavy Users of County Services: Using a Data Warehouse: Research from Los Angeles & Preliminary Results.”  Annual Meeting of the National Human Services Data Consortium.  Las Vegas NV, April 23-24, 2009.

Solomon, P. (May, 2009). Understanding What is Evidence Based Practice, Luncheon for Field Supervisors, School of Social Policy & Practice, University of Pennsylvania.

Solomon, P., Alexander, L., Nath, S. (Jan. 2009). Voices of Case Managers: what is Helfpul, Unhelpful, and Desirable in Client/Case Manager Relationship? University of Chicago School of Social Administration Symposium, Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA.

Solomon, P., Tennille, J., Eachus, S., Blank, M. (Jan, 2009). Primary prevention of HIV in Persons with Severe Mental Illness: A case manager delivered intervention. Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Tenille, J., Solomon, P., Eachus, S., Blank, M. (2009, November). Primary prevention of HIV in persons with severe mental illness: A case manager delivered intervention. Annual Conference, American Public Health Association, Phil, PA.

Wong, Y.-L. I. (2009, July). Community Mental Health Services in the U.S.: An Overview. Symposium on “New Opportunities for Community Mental Health Services in Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Macau, China.

(2009, October). NAMI In Our Own Voice. Immaculata University, Malvern, PA.

(2009, November). Strategies for Helping a Mentally Ill Loved One. In Our Own Voice, Christian Stronghold Church, Philadelphia, PA.

(2009, November). NAMI In Our Own Voice. NAMI PA Main Line, Family to Family Course, Wynnewood, PA.

 

Cullen, s., Matejowski. J., Solomon, P. (Oct, 2008). Examining the relationship between maternal mental health and parenting practices. PA NASW Annual Conference, King of Prussia, PA.

Baron, R. Utilization of Mainstream Career Training Resources by People with Serious Mental Illnesses. Monograph report on the results of the Switzer Fellowship award.

Baron, R. Increasing Utilization of Mainstream Educational and Job Training Programs to Advance the Careers of People with Serious Mental Illnesses. Conference for the Camden Integrated Employment Institute one day ‘Work Summit’.

Baron, R. (2008, March). Using Mainstream Career Training Resources. MAX Conference, Montgomery County, PA.

Baron, R. (2008, June). Integrating People with Psychiatric Disabilities into Career Training Programs. Career College Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Blank, M., Solomon, P., Eachus, S., Ten Have, T., Tennille, J, Rothbard, A., Fishbein, M., Metzger, D., Hadley, T. (June, 2008). PATH: A manualized program for HIV prevention with persons with mental illness. Conference on Addiction Treatment. Puerto Rico

Hadley, T. R. & Salzer, M. “Community Integration.”  Community Psychiatry Course. University of Pennsylvania, August 6, 2008.

Hadley, T. R. “The Social Context of Serious Mental Illness: Blaming the Victim.”  Community Psychiatry Course. University of Pennsylvania, August 13, 2008.

Hadley, T. R. “Risk of Going to Jail for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness in Philadelphia.” American Public Health Association, October 28, 2008.

Hadley, T. R. “Future of Community Psychiatry.” Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society, December 1, 2008.

Mannion, E. Resources for family members of African Americans with mental illness. “Breaking the Silence” conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Nath, S., Wong, I., Solomon, P. (Jan 2008) Utilization of medical care by persons with severe mental illness. A qualitative analysis. 2008 Annual Conference of Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.

Rogers, S. (2008, October). Communicating Your Message Through the Media. Presentation at Alternatives 2008, St. Louis, MO.

Rogers, S. (2008, March). Consumer/Survivor Issues. Presentation at the SAMHSA, CMHS National Advisory Council Subcommittee.

Rogers, S. (2008, May). Advocacy. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance meeting, Friends Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.

Rogers, S. (2008, May). Communicating Your Message Through the Media. The annual statewide conference of the North Carolina Mental Health Consumers’ Organization.

Rogers, S. (2008, May). Advocacy: The Whys and Hows. The annual statewide conference of the North Carolina Mental Health Consumers’ Organization.

Rogers, S. (2008, June). Communicating Your Message through the Media. Annual statewide conference of the Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association.

Rogers, S. (2008, June). Workshop. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance group meeting, University of Pennsylvania, PA.

Rogers, S. Presented a workshop on “Making Our Voices Heard: Communicating Your Message Through the Media,” Alternatives 2008, Nov. 1, 2008

Rogers, J. August 2008 – National Association of Peer Specialists (NAPS) in Philadelphia, PA

Rogers, J. October 2008 – Alternatives Conference in Buffalo, NY

Salzer, M. (October 2008). Opportunity is the asphalt on the road to recovery: Current research on community integration of persons with psychiatric disabilities.  Recovery initiative: Evidence-based practices in mental health series presented by Southwest Health Professions Education Center for VA VISN 18.  Phoenix, AZ. (60 people: 60 providers)

Salzer, M.S. (September 2008). Promoting community integration.  Plenary presentation given at the Eighth Annual Training Conference for State Mental Health Olmstead Coordinators sponsored by CMHS/SAMHSA.  Washington, DC. (100 people: 80 policy, 20 funders)

Salzer, M.S. (September 2008). Evidence-Based Practices for Promoting Community Integration of Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation given at Recovery conference at the Denver VA Medical Center. Denver, CO. (60 people: 60 providers)

Salzer, M.S. (September 2008). Evidence-Based Practices for Promoting Community Integration of Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation given at Recovery conference at the Southern Colorado VA Community Behavioral Outpatient Clinics. Colorado Springs, CO. (50 people: 50 providers)

Salzer, M., Bell, J., & Vaughan, C. (August 2008). Promoting community integration.  Workshop presentation at the National Veterans Affairs Peer Specialist Conference. Seattle, WA. (30 people: 25 providers, 5 administrators)

Salzer, M.S. (June 2008). Promoting employment of individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Presentation at the 2008 National Disability Rights Network TASC P&A/CAP Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA. (40 people: 40 consumer advocates)

Salzer, M.S. (November 2008). Welcoming remarks and findings from national survey of students with mental illnesses.  Plenary presentation at Supporting Education for Students with Mental Illnesses statewide meeting hosted by the Pennsylvania Association of Rehabilitation Facilities.  Harrisburg, PA. (50 people: 35 providers, 10 administrators, 5 funders)

Salzer, M.S. (November 2008). Introduction to community integration.  Presentation to Berks County (PA) NAMI Chapter.  Reading, PA. (25 people: 15 family members, 10 consumers)

Solomon, P.  (Dec. 2008). Recovery and Ethics in mental Health, Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Institute of Living, Hartford, Conn.

Solomon, P. (July, 2008). Recovery, stigma and ethics. Scattergood Program for the Applied Ethics in Behavioral Health. Summer Institute, Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, A. (2008, May). I Want to go to College:  Removing Barriers to Success. PAPSRS Conference.

 

Baron, R. (2007, June). Expanding Mainstream Educational and Job Training Opportunities in Local Communities. Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers Association Annual Conference, Valley Forge, PA.

Lamar, S. (2007, February). Training on use of Social Participation Workbook. Penn Foundation.
(2007, April). Increasing Social Participation. Annual Alliance Conference Hilton City Line, Philadelphia, PA.

Lee, S., Wong, Y.L.I. & Solomon, P.L. (2007, January). “Use and Consequences of Leverage in Supported Housing for Mental Health Consumers.” Eleventh Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research.

Rogers, S. (2007, November). Changing the System: The Power of Positive Advocacy. Presentation at “Recovering Pennsylvania” conference.

Salzer, M.S. (September 2007). Housing barriers and creating an inclusive world for people with psychiatric disabilities. Presentation at the Colorado Coalition of Civil and Human Rights Leaders Training and Education Conference. Denver, CO.

Solomon, A. (2007, November). Vocational & Employment Opportunities.  Recovery Celebration conference.

Solomon, P. (March 2007) Consumer operated services: challenges to achieving evidence based practice. Colloquium Series on Research in Psychiatric Rehabilitation, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Scotch Plains, NJ

Solomon, P. (March 2007). Family interventions for persons with psychiatric disabilities: What’s the evidence & future directions. Colloquium Series on Research in Psychiatric Rehabilitation. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Scotch Plains, NJ.

Song, M. & Wong, Y.L.I. (2007, January). “Termination of Parental Rights and Adoption in Foster Care.” Eleventh Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research.

Wong, Y.L.I. (2007, May). “Recovery and Community Residential Services: The Case for Supported Housing.” Grand Rounds, Center for Homelessness Prevention Studies, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.

 

 

Escovitz, K. (2006, December). Trauma Informed Services. In-house training for Horizon House staff, Philadelphia, PA.
(2006, November). Employment Experiences: Comparing U.S. to Japan” Supported Employment Team, Horizon House, Inc.

Escovitz K and B. Granger (2006, December) “Employment Experiences: Comparing U.S. to Japan” Supported Employment Team, Horizon House, Inc.

Granger & Karen Escovitz (2006, October). To promoting evidence-based practices in supported employment. Presentations and training programs, Ichikawa and Kyoto, Japan.

Rogers, S. (2006, November). Stigma and Discrimination. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance group at Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment, Philadelphia, PA.

Rogers, S. (2006, November). Mental health in the workplace. Presentation to the US Navy, Philadelphia, PA.

Rogers. S. (2006, June). The Road to Recovery: New Paradigm in Mental Health. Presentation to physicians’ assistant’s trainees, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.

Rogers, S. (September). Communicating Your Message through the Media. Getting your Message Out: Media skills for mental health consumer support group’s conference, Long Beach, NJ

(2006, August). Introduction to Recovery Oriented Services. In-house training for Horizon House staff, Philadelphia, PA.

(2006, October). Introduction to Recovery Oriented Services. In-house training for Horizon House staff, Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2005, April 20). Defining Community Integration’s Dimensions and Conundrum. CMHPSR conference for UPENN Affiliates: Recovery and Community Integration for Adults with Mental Illness. Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2005, May 19). The Community Integration Scan: A Worksheet for Consumers and Practitioners. CMHPSR Regional Conference on Systems Integration for the Care of Adults with Mental Illness. Philadelphia, PA.

Baron, R. (2005, July). Employment prospects and community integration for people with psychiatric disabilities. International Conference on Law and Mental Health. Paris, France.

Bourjolly, J., Sands, R., Stanhope, V. (2005, July). Assessing the development of intercultural sensitivity among mental health service providers.  Presentation at the 5th International Conference on Evaluation for Practice. Huddersfield, England.

Donegan, K. (2005, Feb. 18). Best practices in employment. Presentation at Resource Day for Counties effected by the closing of Harrisburg State Hospital, sponsored by PA-OMHSAS. Harrisburg, PA.

Donegan, K. (2005, Feb. 23). Best practices in employment services. Presentation to agency and county staff for Lycoming and Clinton Counties. Williamsport, PA.

Draine J, Blank A. (2005, July). Criminal Justice and Mental Health System Collaborations for Prisoner Reentry: Boundary spanning or picking up the ball? Presented at the International Congress of Mental Health and the Law. Paris, France

Draine, J. (2005, April 20). Advanced Planning and Treatment.  Penn Affiliates Conference Series: Recovery and Community Integration for Adults with a Mental Illness. Philadelphia, PA.

Granger, B., Washington, H., & Windish, J. (2005, May 23-26). Strategies for Promoting Employment Decision Making Skills. Annual Conference U.S. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association. Pittsburgh, PA.

Granger, B. (2005, April 20). What Practitioners can do to help support self help groups. Presentation at the Penn Affiliates Conference Series on Recovery and Community Integration for Adults with a Mental Illness. Philadelphia, PA.

Granger, B. (2005, April 20). Recovery and the development and support of self help groups. Penn Affiliates Conference Series: Recovery and Community Integration for Adults with a Mental Illness. Philadelphia, PA.

Hadley, T., Wong, Y.L.I. & Spencer, R. (2005, May 19). Residential Alternatives for Adults with a Mental Illness. Regional conference on System Integration for the Care of Adults with a Mental Illness. Center for Mental Health Policy and Services Research, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Hadley, T., Zubritsky, C., Vega, E., Salzer, M.S., and Rothbard, A. (2005, February). Addressing disparities in mental health treatment. Presentation at the 15th Annual Conference on State Mental Health Agency Services Research, Program Evaluation and Policy. Alexandria, VA.

Mannion, E. (2005, April 6). Understanding and Promoting Wellness and Recovery. Invited guest lecturer for the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. Delaware County, PA.

Métraux, S., & Hadley, T. (2005, August 12-14). Assessing Residential Segregation Among Medicaid Recipients With Psychiatric Disability in Philadelphia. Presentation at the Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting. Philadelphia PA,

Mannion, E..(2005, July 6).  The Behavioral Health System:  Where Have We Been?  Where Are We Now?  Where Are We Going? Invited plenary speaker for the Bridging the Gaps. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Mannion, E. (2005, September 12). Problem Solving as a Wellness Tool. Guest lecture at National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. Wayne, PA.

Métraux, S. (2005, April 20-22). The Dynamics and Costs of Homelessness: Informing Public Policy with Data. Presentation at Homeless Policy Academy #8: Improving Access to Mainstream Services for People Experiencing Homelessness, Focus on Homeless Families with Children. Houston, TX.

Rogers, J., & Federici, M. (2005, April 20). Facilitating Recovery. Presentation at the Penn Affiliates Conference Series: Recovery and Community Integration for Adults with a Mental Illness. Philadelphia PA.

Rogers, J. (2005, May 29). Assertive Community Treatment: Coercion or Freedom? ACTA Conference. Tampa, FL.

Rogers, J. (2005, June 3). Achieving Recovery:  Peer-run programs that leave no one behind. European Centre for Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Community Care.  Prague, Czech Republic

Rogers, J. (2005, September 29). Speaker on Recovery for their Mental Health Awareness Week.  West Chester University, West Chester PA.

Rogers, J. (2005, June 10). Achieving Recovery:  Peer-run programs that leave no one behind. Annual meeting of the National Mental Health Association. Washington D.C.

Salzer, M.S. (2005, May). Community integration as the roadmap to recovery. Plenary presentation at the City of Philadelphia Recovery Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2005, February). Community integration as the roadmap to recovery. Plenary presentation at the Resource/Technical Assistance Day for Counties Affected by the Closing of Harrisburg State Hospital. Harrisburg, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2005, February). Top 10 facts about self-help groups. Presentation to New Directions, a support group for people with affective disorders. Abington, PA.

Salzer, M.S., Vega, E. and Granger, B. (2005, May 19). Community integration: Strategies for Assessing and Promotinhg Community Integration. Presentation at the Center for Mental Health Policy and Services Research Regional Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, P. (2005, June). Evidence-based practice for persons with severe mental illness: Status and Future Directions.” University of Albany School of Social Work. International Practice Research Symposium. Albany, New York.

Solomon, P. (2005, June). Family interventions for Adults with severe mental illness. Family Education Symposium. Center for Mental Health Policy and Services Research. University of Pennsylvania.

Solomon, P. (2005, July). Working with providers and consumers in design and conduct of intervention research. Sponsored by Behavioral and Social Intervention Research Office of Behavioral Social Sciences Research, 2005 NIH Summer Institute. Washington, D.C.

Solomon, P. (Oct 2005). A research model for HIV & mental illness community collaboration. A Vision of Philadelphia Best Practices: Early Intervention and Primary Prevention of HIV for Adults with Mental Illness.  Center for Mental Health Policy & Services Research. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Stanhope, V., Solomon, P. (2005, April). Evaluating cultural competence among behavioral health professionals: The person-in-recovery perspective. Eastern Evaluation Research Society. Absecom, N.J.

Stanhope, V., Wong, Y.L.I., & Hillier, A.H. (2005, January). Conceptualizing Community: A Comparison of Neighborhood Characteristics of Supportive Housing for Persons with Psychiatric and Development Disabilities. Poster Presentation at the Ninth Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research.

Vega, E. (2005, May 25). Empowering Consumer Self-Advocacy with Providers. US Psychosocial Rehabilitation Association. 2005 Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.

Vega, E.(2005, March 30-April 2). Community Integration: the Roadmap to Recovery.Poster presentation at American College of Mental Health Administrators Conference.

Wong, Y.L.I. (2005, April). The Community Integration of Persons with Mental Illness in Supportive Housing. Presentation at the London Chinese Community Network Mental Health Subgroup Meeting. London, U.K.

Wong, Y.L.I. & Spencer, R. (2005, July). Building Partnership in Mental Health Services Research. Plenary Session on Models and Methods for Community Collaboration. The Eighteenth NIMH Research Conference on Mental Health Services.

 

Alexander, L., & Solomon, P. (2004, January). Ready for Prime Time: Two measures of the alliance for clients and case managers. 8th Annual Society for Social Work & Research, New Orleans, LA.

Campbell, J., & Salzer, M. (2004, November). COSP-MRI organization, design and study methods. Presentation at the 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association. Washington, DC.

Blank, A., Solomon, P., Draine, J. (2004, January). Balancing Rehabilitation and monitoring in services for people with mental illness involved in the criminal justice system. Poster at the annual Conference of Society for Social Work and Research. Miami, Florida

Donegan, K. (October, 2004). Improving the Quality of Care by Changing the Content of Day Programs. Philadelphia County, Strategic Planning Committee,

Donegan, K. (2004, February 6). How to develop a strategic plan. The Wellness Project. South Beach Psychiatric Center. Staten Island, NY.

Donegan, K. (2004, March 12). Employment, Education, and Community Integration. Pennsylvania Association of Rehabilitation Facilities Executive Committee. Harrisburg, PA.

Donegan, K. (2004, March 23-24). The Benefits of Meaningful Life Activities: The Employment Initiative. Tennessee Department of Mental Health.

Donegan, K. and Escovitz, K. (2004, June). “In depth PSR training” Delaware CCCP (a translational site)

Donegan, K. (2004, March 20) Integrating Meaning Activities at all Levels of Services. Presentation at PA Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services Annual Conference.

Donegan, K., & Escovtiz, K. (2004, May 12). Basics of Theory and Practice Skills of Motivational Interviewing and Stages of change. Horizon House Homeless Services Program. Philadelphia, PA.

Draine, J., Solomon, P. (2004, January). Community re-entry of prisoners with mental illness: PSR Can Complete the Circle, But it Won’t be Easy. 8th Annual Conference of Society of Social Work & Research. New Orleans, LA.

Draine, J., Blank, A., & Solomon, P. (2004, November). The promise and peril of psychiatric rehabilitation under criminal justice supervision. American Society of Criminology Conference. Nashville, TN.

Escovtiz, K. (2004, April 23). Review of Evidence-based Practices in Supported Employment. Philadelphia Service Alliance Annual Training Sessions.

Escovtiz, K., & Granger, B. (2004, May 25). Review of Basic Values and Principles of PSR/recovery/Community Integration and Evidence-based Practices. Horizon House Managers Training Sessions.

Escovtiz, K., & Granger, B. (2004, June 9-10). Two-day skill building Post-Conference providing in-depth review of evidence based practices in “Supported Employment and implications for job development and agency employment programs” at the first annual conference of Canada PSR, Vancouver, B.C.

Escovtiz, K. (2004, May) Reviewing Conceptual and programmatic changes in Supported Employment services. Horizon House Vocational Programs and Targeted Case Management Program.

Escovitz, K. (2004, September 9). Measuring Quality in Employment and Day Services Programs. Panel discussion at the Annual Conference of Pennsylvania Association of Rehabilitation Facilities. State College, PA.

Escovtiz, K. (2004, May 19). Beginning Skills Development on Implementation of Evidence Based Practices in Supported Employment. Horizon House Vocational Programs. Philadelphia, PA.

Granger, B. (2004, January 23). Integrating Skills Development for Competitive Employment Throughout Clubhouse Programming. Hedwig House, Inc., Norristown, PA.

Granger, B., & Goldberg, S. (2004, October 17). Employment Disclosure: Helping People with Psychiatric Disabilities Navigate their Options. Annual Conference of the National Rehabilitation Association, Philadelphia PA

Granger, B. (2004, March 30-31). Implications of Employment Disclosure Decisions for Recovery-oriented PSR programs. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services. Grantville, PA.

Granger, B. (2004, June 20 – July 2). Translating Research into Practice: Assisting Self Determination through Heightening ADA-Based Employment Decisions Skills for People with Psychiatric Disabilities. Mental Wellness: A Journey of Self-Determination & Choice through Medical, Educational, & Legal Partnerships Conference. Orlando, FL.

Granger, B. (2004, October 14). Let’s Talk about Employment. Breaking the Silence – A Summit on Behavioral health in the African American Community. Philadelphia, PA.

Kaplan (2004, October 12). What is the RRTC on Promoting Community Integration of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Behavioral Health Class at Temple University. Philadelphia PA.

Mannion, E. (2004, October 7). Working with Difficult Behavior in Professionals. NAMI Special Event. Erie, PA

Mannion, E. (2004, October 8). Introduction to Dialectical Behavior Therapy, an Evidence-Based Practice for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder.” NAMI-sponsored seminar for providers, Erie, PA

Mannion, E. (2004, October 8). Understanding and Addressing Disenfranchised Grief in Family Members of People with Mental Illness. NAMI-sponsored seminar for providers. Erie, PA

Mannion, E. (2004, October 12). Helping a Loved One Who has Both Mental Illness and Substance Abuse/Addiction. Panel Discussion. Philadelphia, PA.

Mannion, E. (2004, July 12). Working with Family Members of Patients with Psychiatric Disorders. Invited guest lecturer for nursing students at the Dixon School of Nursing, Abington Hospital. Abington, PA.

Metraux, S. (2004, April 8). The Geography of Mental Illness: Mapping the Residential Distribution of People with Psychiatric Disabilities in Philadelphia. University of the Sciences in Philadelphia Scholarly Day. Philadelphia, PA

Min, S-Y., Salzer, M.S., Rothbard, A., & Whitecraft, J. (2004, November). Hospitalizations associated with a peer-delivered program for people with co-occurring SMI and SUD: A longitudinal, comparison group study. Presentation at the 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association. Washington, DC.

Rogers, S. (2004, February 27). Legislative Priorities of the Consumer/Survivor Movement. Panel Presentation: Conference of the National Association of County Behavioral Health Directors. Washington, DC

Rogers, S. (2004, May 16) Stigma and Identity in the Interface between Criminal Justice and Mental Health Systems. Workshop at Reentry to Recovery: People with Mental Illness Coming Home from Prison or Jail Conference. Center for Mental Health Services & Criminal Justice Research. Philadelphia, PA

Rogers, S. (2004, May 7). Communicating Your Message Through the Media. Workshop Presentation at Take the Initiative to Combat Discrimination and Stigma Regional Conference. Mental Health Consumer Concerns. Contra Costa County, CA

Rogers, S. (2004, May 21). What advocates do and how they do it. In-service Training for Staff of the Philadelphia based Consumer Satisfaction Team.

Rogers, J. (2004, July 7). Work and Recovery” Panel Discussant at Pink & Blues. Philadelphia PA

Rogers, J. (2004, October 6). Panel Discussant for “Home Care Summit: Promoting Community Based Care with a Quality Workforce.” District 1199C, Philadelphia PA.

Rogers, S. (2004, October 13). Communicating Your Message Through the Media. Alternatives 2004 Annual Conference. Denver, CO

Rogers, J. (2004, August 31,) Presentation to the Aid Committee of the “Weed & Feed” Program, Coatesville Community Development, Coatesville PA.

Rogers, S. (2004, October 14). Countering Stigma and Discrimination. Plenary panel presentation at Alternatives 2004 Annual Conference. Denver, CO.

Rogers, S. (2004, June 16). How to Serve Effectively on Boards and Committees. Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association Annual Conference. Harrisburg, PA

Rogers, S. (2004, October 1). Communicating Your Message Through the Media. New York Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (NYAPRS) Annual Conference. Ellenville, NY

Rogers, S. and Bofinger, J. (2004, October 20). Overcoming Stigma and Discrimination — An Important Battle. Defense Contract Audit Agency, Mid-Atlantic Region. Philadelphia, PA.

Rogers, S. (2004, November 7). The Moral and Ethical Ramifications of placing a loved one in the mental health care system. Presentation at Open Stage of Harrisburg. Harrisburg, PA

Rogers, S. and M. Hurtig (2004, November 29). Mental Illness and Community Integration. Class on Urban Health Care Systems, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M. (2004, May). Community integration and psychiatric disabilities: Integrating the Concept into Rehabilitation Practice. 24th Annual Conference of the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services. San Diego, CA.

Salzer, M. (2004, April). Community integration of people with psychiatric disabilities. Presentation at the 26th annual conference of the National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers. Washington, DC.

Salzer, M. (2004, April). Usual Suspects in the Employment of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation at the Conference on Reentry to Recovery: People with Mental Illness Coming Home from Prison or Jail sponsored by The Center for Mental Health Services & Criminal Justice Research. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M. (2004, February). Consumer-delivered Services: State of the Knowledge Base and Potential to Enhance the Recovery Focus of Mental Health Systems. Presentation at the 13th Annual Conference on State Mental Health Agency Services Research, Program Evaluation and Policy. Alexandria, VA.

Salzer, M. (2004, March). An Introduction to the National Research and Training Center on Community Integration of People with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services at their Annual Conference. Grantville, PA.

Salzer, M. (2004, April). Outcomes assessment: Breakthrough or breakdown? Panel discussion at the 27th Annual Eastern Evaluation Research Society Conference. Absecon, NJ.

Salzer, M. (2004, March). Proving You Know: Outcome Assessment for Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programs. Presentation at the Pennsylvania Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services annual conference. Grantville, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2004, November). Current research on peer support. Plenary presentation at the Pennsylvania Recovery Conference. Harrisburg, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2004, June). Community integration as the roadmap to the road to recovery. Plenary presentation at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania New Freedom Initiative Conference. Grantville, PA.

Salzer, M. (2004, March). Education Plus: A Collaboration Between Education and Employment. Presentation at the Pennsylvania Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services annual conference. Grantville, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2004, July). Research Directions for Promoting Community Integration of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Presentation to the Interagency Committee on Disability Research. Arlington, VA.

Salzer, M. (2004, May). Lecturer to Fifteen Psychiatry Residents — PGY I and II Mental Health Services Residency Course, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Lectured on Recovery and Community Integration. Philadelphia, PA.

Salzer, M.S. (2004, June). Hospitalization reductions associated with a peer support program for people with co-occurring disorders. Presentation at the Complexities of Co-Occurring Conditions conference sponsored by DHHS. Washington, DC.

Salzer, M.S., Rogers, J., & Whitecraft, J. (2004, June). Peer-delivered services: New research findings and roles for MHAs in expanding services. Presentation at the annual meeting of the National Mental Health Association. Washington, DC.Rogers, J. (2004, October 6). Home Care Summit: Promoting Community Based Care with a Quality Workforce. District 1199C. Philadelphia, PA

Solomon, A., Salzer, M., & Edwards, S. (2004, October). Education Plus: A collaboration between supported education and employment. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the National Rehabilitation Association. Philadelphia, PA.

Solomon, P., Draine, J., & Blank, A. (2004, March). The Intersection of Mental Health and Criminal Justice: Rehabilitation, Not Monitoring. Poster Presentation at Social Work Research: Building Knowledge for a Strong and Healthy Nation, Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research and other Co-Sponsors. Washington, D.C.

Solomon, P., TenHave, T., Blenko, S. (2004, April). Re-entry to Recovery: People with Mental Illness Coming Home from prison or Jail. Workshop on Intervention Research. Philadelphia, PA (invited)

Solomon, P. (2004, October). Case management for adults with severe mental illness: Implications for Elder Care. Lectures in Celebration of 20th Anniversary of Social Work Department of Kyungsung University. Busan, Korea.

Solomon, P. (2004, October). Mental Health Services Research and Its Impact on Practice with Adults with Severe Mental Illness. Institute of Mental Health Social Work. Busan, Korea.

Solomon, P. (2004, October). Mental Health Services in the U.S. for Adults with Severe Mental Illness. Social Work Faculty of Keimyung University. Deagu, Korea.

Solomon, P. (2004, August). Mental Health Services Research and its Impact on Practice with Adults with Severe Mental Illness. Richmond Fellowship Conference and Asia Pacific Forum. East Meets West: New Millennium Community Mental Health. Hong Kong.

Solomon, P. (2004, August). Challenge of Community Care to Adults with Serious Mental Illness: Assertive Community Treatment. Worldwide Richmond Fellowship Conference and Asia Pacific Forum. East Meets West: New Millennium Community Mental Health. Hong Kong.

Vega, E. (2004, September 29 – October 1). Empowering Communication with Prescribers. New York Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialists (NYAPRS) 2004 Conference. Ellenville, NY

Vega, E. (2004, October 14-17). Empowering Consumer Self-Advocacy with Providers. Alternatives 2004 Conference. Denver, CO.

Vega, E. (2004, September 29 – October 1). Empowering Communication with Prescribers. New York Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialists (NYAPRS) 2004. Ellenville, NY

Wong, I. (2004, May). Supported Housing for Psychiatric Consumers: Program Components and Community Integration. International Conference in Health and Mental Health. Quebec, Canada

Wong, I.  (2004, April). Supported Housing: A Viable Approach for Reintegration of Offenders with Psychiatric Disability. Presentation at the First Biennial Conference on Reentry to Recovery: People with Mental Illness Coming Home from Prison or Jail. Philadelphia, PA.

Wong, I., Bressi, S., Tennille, J., & Solomon, P. (2004, January). Improving the Content Validity of the Group Organizational Membership Scale for use with Persons with Serious Mental Illness. Poster Presentation at the 8th Annual Conference of Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA

Wong, I. (2004, February). Program level results of an NIMH-funded project on community integration of persons with psychiatric disabilities in supportive housing at Providers’ Appreciation Luncheon at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Work. Philadelphia, PA.

Wong, I. (2004, June 8). Protection of Human Subjects in Research Targeting People with Psychiatric Disabilities.Sponsored by a Learning Collaborative of the University of Pennsylvania and area mental health agencies. Philadelphia, PA

Wong, Y.L.I. (2004, August) Speaker at a plenary session “Collaboration and Exchange on the Promotion of Community Mental Health between Eastern and Western Countries.” World-wide Richmond Fellowship Conference & Asia Pacific Forum, Hong Kong, China. .

Wong, Y.L.I. (2004, November). Sexual Minorities in the U.S.—History, needs, and services. Sharing session with Members of Sex Therapy Training Program. Richmond Fellowship. Hong Kong, China.

Wong, Y.L.I., Filoromo, M., Stanhope, V., Tennille, J., Hillier, A.H. (2004, May). Supported Housing for Psychiatric Consumers: Program Components and Community Integration. Presentation at the 4th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health.  Quebec City, Canada.

Wong, Y.L.I. & Park, J.M. (2004, May). Homeless Service Delivery in the Context of Continuum of Care. 4th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, Quebec City, Canada.

 

Baron (2003, October). One day-pre-conference Institute on Community Integration and Work at the annual conference of the New Jersey Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services.

Blank, A., Draine, J., & Solomon, P. (2003, November). Diversion vs. In Jail Services: Enhancing Surveillance? American Society of Criminology Annual Conference. Denver, CO.

Granger, B. and Paula Phy (2003, October 22). Leadership Training for Peer Support: Strategies for Initiating, Facilitating and Maintaining an Employment Peer Support Group. Hedwig House, Inc., Norristown, PA.

Granger, B. (2003, November 18). Interpreting research for community needs: Interpreting survey findings to facilitate organizational decision making. Consumer research team of the Advocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill. Philadelphia, PA.

Rogers, J., Rogers, S. (2003, October). Self-Determination for People with Psychiatric Disabilities: Personal Obstacles and Facilitators. NRTC National Self-Determination and Psychiatric Disability Invitational Conference. Chicago, IL.

Rogers, S. (2003, October 24). Efforts to Combat Stigma. Panel presentation at Stigma and Mental Illness: A Working Forum. The Violet and Cyril Franks Mental Health Foundation, Inc. at University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ. Piscataway, NJ

Salzer, M. (2003, November). Peer-delivered Services in Response to Disasters. Roundtable Presentation at the 131st Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association. San Francisco, CA.

Solomon, P., Cavanaugh, M., & Gelles, R. (2003, November). Violence of Persons with Severe Mental Illness Toward their Family Caregivers. Poster Presentation at the American Society of Criminology Annual Conference. Denver, CO.

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