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Pre-COVID-19 deterrents to practicing with videoconferencing telepsychology among psychologists who didn't.

Bradford S Pierce, Paul B Perrin, Scott D McDonald,

Telepsychology has the potential to help mental health service providers reach millions of people in rural areas or those limited by other factors. This study examined pre-COVID-19 deterrents reported by psychologists who did not use telepsychology. Participants were 1,400 psychologists with an average of 26.3 (SD = 11.18) years in ... Read more >>

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The evidence for the partners for change outcome management system is insufficient: Reply to Duncan and Sparks (2020).

Ole K Østergård, Esben Hougaard,

In their recent article in Psychological Services, Duncan and Sparks (2020) criticize our meta-analysis on the Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS; Østergård, Randa, & Hougaard, 2020) and judge it to be misleading and flawed. This reply points out omissions and mistakes in Duncan and Sparks (2020) and highlights ... Read more >>

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[2020, 17(4):497-498]

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Assessing feigning with the Feigning Evaluation INtegrating Sources (FEINS) in a forensic psychiatric sample.

Laura M Grossi, Debbie Green, Mollimichelle Cabeldue, Ekaterina Pivovarova,

Evaluators of examinees in forensic contexts must consider the potential for falsified or exaggerated psychiatric symptoms and/or cognitive deficits. A number of validated assessment tools assist evaluators in identifying those examinees who feign impairment; however, no comprehensive method has been established for consolidating data from multiple tests, interviews, behavioral observations, ... Read more >>

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Disclosure in the classroom and beyond: The perspectives of a professor with mental illnesses.

Lynn C Koch,

The purpose of this essay was to illustrate how I as a prosumer use disclosure in teaching a psychiatric rehabilitation course to graduate students in rehabilitation counseling. I begin the essay by providing a brief sketch of my path to both recovery and a career in academia. I then discuss ... Read more >>

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Arrest history and psychopathology among veterans at risk for suicide.

Emily R Edwards, Molly Gromatsky, D R Gina Sissoko, Erin A Hazlett, Sarah R Sullivan, Joseph Geraci, Marianne Goodman,

While preliminary evidence suggests an association between legal involvement and suicide risk among veterans, no research to date has explored the prevalence and/or correlates of legal involvement among veterans at high risk for suicide. The current study examined the relation of suicide attempt, suicidal ideation, and psychopathology to history of ... Read more >>

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Veterans' experiences with and perspectives on insomnia treatment: A qualitative study.

Adam D Bramoweth, Keri L Rodriguez, Gloria J Klima, Cathleen J Appelt, Matthew J Chinman,

Qualitative interviews were conducted with veterans to understand their experiences and perceptions about insomnia and its treatment, with a focus on cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) and brief behavioral treatment for insomnia (BBTI). There is a lack of knowledge about veterans' understanding of this prevalent disorder, yet their experiences and ... Read more >>

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Training providers in shared decision making for trauma treatment planning.

Bella Etingen, Jonathan D Hessinger, Holly A Hunley,

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)/Department of Defense (DoD) Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) for the Management of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Acute Stress Disorder strives to advance the VA's practice of recovery-oriented, evidence-based, patient-centered care (PCC) for veterans with PTSD. A core foundation of PCC is that care ... Read more >>

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The association between social ties and changes in depressive symptoms among veterans enrolled in a collaborative depression care management program.

Shahrzad Mavandadi, Erin Ingram, Shirley Chen, Johanna Klaus, David Oslin,

A greater understanding of factors that are associated with successful outcomes among patients receiving collaborative depression care services is needed. This study sought to examine the unique associations between 3 indices of social ties and changes in depressive symptoms among veterans receiving collaborative depression care management. Data on sociodemographics, behavioral ... Read more >>

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Initial concurrent and convergent validity of the Perceived Access Inventory (PAI) for mental health services.

Jeffrey M Pyne, P Adam Kelly, Ellen P Fischer, Christopher J Miller, Samantha L Connolly, Patricia Wright, Kara Zamora, Christopher J Koenig, Karen H Seal, John C Fortney,

Access to high-quality health care, including mental health care, remains a high priority for the Department of Veterans Affairs and civilian health care systems. Increased access to mental health care is associated with improved outcomes, including decreased suicidal behavior. Multiple policy changes and interventions are being developed and implemented to ... Read more >>

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"The active ingredients in a treatment for justice-involved persons with mental illness: The importance of addressing mental illness and criminal risk": Correction to Scanlon and Morgan (2020).

Reports an error in "The active ingredients in a treatment for justice-involved persons with mental illness: The importance of addressing mental illness and criminal risk" by Faith Scanlon and Robert D. Morgan (Psychological Services, Advanced Online Publication, Jan 16, 2020, np). In the article, the authors listed the wrong version ... Read more >>

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Interview with Amy Grubb: Industrial/organizational psychologist for the FBI.

Chelsey Bull,

Dr. Amy Grubb is an industrial/organizational (I/O) psychologist for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). I/O psychology may be an overlooked area of psychology, but it is important to the functioning of many of the greatest industries and organizations in our country. Although Dr. Grubb performs job duties that are ... Read more >>

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Gender, psychiatric disability, and dropout from peer support specialist training.

James K Cunningham, Jennifer Schultz De La Rosa, Cristian A Quinones, Beverly A McGuffin, Randa M Kutob,

Although research indicates that the prevalence of psychiatric disability differs depending on gender, a paucity of information exists as to whether men and women with psychiatric disability also differ regarding service program outcomes. For a United States Southwest peer support specialist training program, this study examines whether gender moderates the ... Read more >>

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Dr. Colleen M. Hacker: A certified mental performance consultant (CMPC).

Jared Whitmire, Colleen M Hacker,

This interview highlighted the atypical career of Dr. Colleen Hacker. She discusses her experiences as a mental skills coach, corporate speaker, and full-time professor. The convergence of these career paths has led her to be a leader in the Olympic and professional sports setting, as well as in academia. Dr. ... Read more >>

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Is "me-search" a kiss of death in mental health research?

Andrew R Devendorf,

Applicants to graduate school in clinical psychology are warned against disclosing something in their application that could be the "kiss of death," information that by itself causes admissions committees to reject otherwise strong applicants. Specifically, several renowned authorities warn applicants against disclosing a lived experience with, or close connection to, ... Read more >>

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Cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain in veterans: Evidence for clinical effectiveness in a model program.

Jennifer L Murphy, Matthew J Cordova, Eric A Dedert,

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has been training clinicians in its cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain (CBT-CP) structured protocol since 2012. The aim of this project was to review patient outcomes to determine the effectiveness of the VA's CBT-CP treatment. From 2012-2018, 1,331 Veterans initiated individual CBT-CP ... Read more >>

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Workplace bullying among mental health providers with lived experience of a mental health challenge.

J Irene Harris, Tyler Barnes, Jennifer E Boyd, Kaela Joseph, Katerine Osatuke,

Mental health care providers who have a personal lived experience of mental health challenges are valuable employees who may be vulnerable to workplace bullying, which causes harm both to these individuals and to their organizations. We used snowball sampling to survey 40 mental health professionals with lived experience about their ... Read more >>

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Why do students in psychological distress not use psychological care?

Laurentine Veron, Fanny Sauvade, Emmanuelle Le Barbenchon,

It is well established that some students face psychological difficulties, such as feelings of distress, major depressive episodes, and/or suicidal risk. This study aimed to shed light on students' use of psychological care and the reasons for nonuse among students facing these troubles and, by controlling the socionormative context in ... Read more >>

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Implementing a program to reduce restraint and seclusion utilization in a public-sector hospital: Clinical innovations, preliminary findings, and lessons learned.

Charles C Dike, Jerilynn Lamb-Pagone, David Howe, Paul Beavers, Barbara A Bugella, Marc Hillbrand,

The Alternative to Restraint and Seclusion State Incentive Grant was a national initiative to reduce restraint and seclusion use in psychiatric hospitals and community based mental health settings sponsored by the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors. This initiative was implemented in a large public sector psychiatric hospital. ... Read more >>

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Changeover-How my lived experience changed my life, my work as a psychiatrist, and how it resulted in the establishment of a support group for prosumers in Germany.

Astrid Gesine Freisen,

How does it feel to be a doctor and a patient? What impact does my lived experience have on my work as a psychiatrist? In the present narrative, I describe my personal experiences with bipolar disorder and my difficulties in accepting the diagnosis of a mental health disorder due to ... Read more >>

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An interview with retired Commander (CDR) Everett Alvarez.

Julia A Garza, Hannah R Martinez, Tonya Spencer,

Mr. Everett Alvarez is a prior Navy pilot and officer who served during the Vietnam War as a Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG, O-2). Mr. Alvarez was the first pilot shot down, captured, and held as a prisoner of war (POW) at the Hỏa Lò Prison, also known as the "Hanoi ... Read more >>

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[2020, 17(4):381-383]

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Mental health and substance use patterns associated with lifetime suicide attempt, incarceration, and homelessness: A latent class analysis of a nationally representative sample of U.S. veterans.

Emily R Edwards, Sarah Barnes, Usha Govindarajulu, Joseph Geraci, Jack Tsai,

A substantial proportion of U.S. military veterans experience mental health and/or substance use disorders. As public awareness of these difficulties rises, so too does interest in the relation between veteran behavioral health and high-risk events, namely suicide attempts, incarceration, and homelessness. Using latent class analysis and a large, nationally representative ... Read more >>

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Clinical effectiveness study of a treatment to prepare for trauma-focused evidence-based psychotherapies at a veterans affairs specialty posttraumatic stress disorder clinic.

Eric A Dedert, Stefanie T LoSavio, Stephanie Y Wells, Anne L Steel, Kristen Reinhardt, Charlene A Deming, Rachel A Ruffin, Kate L Berlin, Nathan A Kimbrel, Sarah M Wilson, Sara E Boeding, Carolina P Clancy,

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) clinics in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) often provide psychoeducational or skill-building groups to prepare veterans for trauma-focused PTSD treatments. However, there has been limited evaluation of the effectiveness of this phase-based approach for treatment engagement and symptom reduction. Participants included 575 veterans seeking treatment ... Read more >>

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Preferences regarding therapists' history of personal therapy or suicidal ideation: A comparison of undergraduates and mental healthcare providers.

Brian A Bulla, Taylor R Rodriguez, Joye C Anestis,

A majority of mental health care providers seek personal therapy (i.e., are prosumers), and many providers experience suicidal ideation. Although mental health care providers may have more awareness of mental health than undergraduates, stigma is prevalent across both mental health care professionals and within universities. Furthermore, suicidality is a particularly ... Read more >>

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Using the electronic health record to identify suicide risk factors in an Alaska Native Health System.

Krista R Schaefer, Clemma J Muller, Julia J Smith, Jaedon P Avey, Jennifer L Shaw,

Suicide rates are higher in some Alaska Native and American Indian communities than the general U.S. population. Screening for suicide risk typically requires self-report, but many people may not engage with conventional screening because of distrust or are reluctant to disclose thoughts of suicide. Resource-sensitive methods of detecting suicide risk ... Read more >>

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Stigma matters: An African American psychology professor comes out of the mental illness closet.

Lisa Whitten,

The debilitating stigma of mental illness is present in psychologists, psychology departments, and in the larger higher education environment. My reflections on my experience as an African American psychology professor living with bipolar disorder can shed light on how stigma can prevent colleagues from intervening and providing much-needed support to ... Read more >>

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