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https://read.qxmd.com/read/38976415/considerations-for-working-with-asian-americans-across-the-psychosis-spectrum-following-the-onset-of-the-covid-19-pandemic
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Ivy Tran, Jasmine Mote
With the rise of anti-Asian racism and discrimination that followed the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to improve Asian Americans' (AA) connection to and experiences with clinical care is critical. AA at risk for or experiencing psychosis represent a particularly vulnerable subset of a population that already exhibits low service utilization and a multitude of barriers to mental health care treatment. Considering that victimization and discrimination were well-documented factors that exacerbate psychotic symptoms prepandemic, preparing clinicians to adequately support this already hard-to-reach population warrants special attention...
July 8, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38934943/how-do-models-of-integrated-primary-care-work-a-proposed-model-for-mechanisms-of-change-using-primary-care-behavioral-health
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Jennifer S Funderburk, Laura O Wray, Jessica Martin, Stephen A Maisto
Embedding a behavioral health consultant (BHC) into primary care settings is a common way to address the challenge of providing mental health services to primary care patients. Systematic research on the mechanisms of change that underlie the relationship between the active components of these integrated models of care delivery on patient outcomes is needed to help maximize effectiveness and, in turn, guide future implementation efforts. Using the existing primary care behavioral health (PCBH) literature, this article provides a conceptual framework using a common presenting problem, depression and identifies the active ingredients of PCBH and hypothesized mechanisms of patient change that result in decreased depressive symptoms and improved functioning within a patient...
June 27, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38900568/national-implementation-of-advanced-training-in-the-safety-planning-intervention-in-the-department-of-veterans-affairs-health-care-system
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Gregory K Brown, Wendy H Batdorf, Eric A Dedert, Mandy J Kumpula, Kristine T Day, Barbara Stanley, Chris Crowe
The Safety Planning Intervention (SPI) is an evidence-based therapeutic intervention designed to mitigate suicide risk by providing a suicidal individual with a written, personalized safety plan. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has implemented safety planning, but research found variability in the quality of safety plans. To improve quality, the VA developed an Advanced Training in the Safety Planning Intervention (ASPI) that went beyond previous didactic training efforts by emphasizing experiential learning...
June 20, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38900567/gender-as-a-moderator-of-associations-between-military-sexual-trauma-and-posttraumatic-stress-disorder-treatment-utilization
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Rachel M Ranney, Paul A Bernhard, Nicholas Holder, Dawne Vogt, John R Blosnich, Aaron I Schneiderman, Shira Maguen
The present study sought to investigate whether gender moderates the relationship between military sexual trauma (MST) and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) treatment utilization, among veterans with clinically significant PTSD symptoms. Participants were 2,664 veterans with probable PTSD from a nationwide, population-based survey. Participants reported sociodemographic information, history of MST (including military sexual harassment and military sexual assault), and lifetime receipt of PTSD psychotherapy and medication treatment...
June 20, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38884953/an-exploratory-two-part-study-of-behavioral-health-service-needs-of-women-in-jails
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Amanda Burgess-Proctor, Erin B Comartin, Megan Hicks, Sheryl Kubiak, Brandon Del Pozo
Research shows that jailed women have disproportionately elevated rates of behavioral health conditions, including serious mental illness and substance use disorders; however, jails have not been able to effectively address these needs. There is a research gap in our understanding of mental health screening tools, linkages to care, and behavioral health service utilization for jailed women, specifically across multiple jails situated in urban and rural contexts. This two-part study compares the behavioral health needs and service utilization of women and men in eight Michigan jails...
June 17, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38884952/collaborating-to-support-school-reintegration-following-suicide-related-crises-voices-from-the-field
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Marisa E Marraccini, Telieha J Middleton, Lauren E Delgaty, Maya J Hardrick, Kiera J O Walker, Makayla Sherrill, Cari Pittleman, Megan Rauch Griffard, Juliana L Vanderburg, Lacie Emmerich, Christina M Cruz
Adolescent psychiatric hospitalization for suicide-related crises continues to rise. Although previous reviews have identified frameworks for supporting youth as they return to school settings, there is a need to identify and address barriers to collaboration across hospitals and schools. This qualitative study explored school and hospital professional perspectives to inform a pathway toward partnership for improving practices for school reintegration. As part of a larger project that has been developing guidelines for adolescent school reintegration following psychiatric hospitalization for suicide-related crises, the present study explored professional perceptions of (a) school interactions during hospital stays and (b) recommendations for adolescents, families, school professionals, and hospital professionals...
June 17, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38884951/coercive-control-in-a-national-u-s-self-report-survey-prediction-of-repeated-intimate-partner-violence
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N Zoe Hilton, Dana L Radatz
Coercive, controlling behavior toward intimate partners correlates with physical intimate partner violence (IPV). We examined whether it also predicts subsequent IPV or other aggression. We conducted a secondary analysis of self-reports by 1,039 women and 509 men who participated in the first two waves of the Interpersonal Conflict and Resolution Study (Mumford et al., 2019). We defined coercive control as any reported perpetration at Wave 1 of threat to physically harm, threat to use information to control, or put down or disrespect their partner...
June 17, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38842851/barriers-to-accessing-care-among-rural-women-veterans-a-qualitative-study-with-veterans-peer-specialists-and-primary-care-professionals
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Ellen Poleshuck, Emily Johnson, Derrecka Boykin, Ariella Davis, Jennifer S Funderburk, Natalie Hundt, Catherine Cerulli, Kyle Possemato
Rural women veterans are less likely than men and nonrural veterans to access Veterans Health Administration (VHA) care. This qualitative study describes rural women veterans' barriers to accessing care and explores whether participants viewed a peer specialist intervention as having the potential to facilitate access to care. We recruited rural veterans who identified as women with psychological distress and social needs, women peer specialists, and VHA primary care professionals working with rural veterans...
June 6, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38842850/feasibility-and-acceptability-of-a-mobile-intervention-for-patients-with-psychosis-following-psychiatric-hospitalization-a-pilot-randomized-controlled-trial
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Brandon A Gaudiano, Madeline Ward, Madeline B Benz, Christopher Hughes, Jennifer E Johnson, Ethan Moitra
This pilot randomized control trial examines the feasibility and acceptability of a novel mHealth intervention for patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders following discharge from inpatient hospitalization. Using cognitive behavior therapy for psychosis strategies, the app provides just-in-time assessment and intervention for individuals to promote healthy coping skills and treatment adherence. We assessed the mHealth intervention relative to a comparison app that included mobile assessment plus psychoeducation alone...
June 6, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38842849/development-and-validation-of-the-telepsychology-facilitators-scale-a-national-study
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Alexandra L Silverman, Jack D Watson, Mia E Dini, Tiffanie Vargas, Bradford S Pierce, Paul B Perrin
This study developed and validated the Telepsychology Facilitators Scale (TFS), a novel measure that uses the theory of reasoned action and technology acceptance model as frameworks to assess factors that influence psychologists' openness to using telepsychology. At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, an online sample of 2,619 psychologists completed initial items considered for the TFS, along with a measure assessing their actual use of telepsychology. The sample was split in half, with a preliminary exploratory factor analysis ultimately revealing a 13-item general scale with four distinct subscales (Positive Attitudes, Facilitating Infrastructure, Organizational Support, and External Policies)...
June 6, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38829347/culturally-adapted-cognitive-behavioral-therapy-for-psychosis-cacbtp-a-review-of-key-features-of-cultural-adaptation-and-considerations-for-psychologists
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Shreya Jagtap, Aqsa Zahid, Jessica Dere, Cory Gerritsen, Jessica D'Arcey, Sylvia Romanowska, Michael W Best
Cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis is an effective treatment for psychosis. However, psychosis presents differentially according to an individual's cultural context, and it is currently unclear which methods have been used to formulate culturally adapted cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis (CaCBTp). The current systematic review examines the approaches to CaCBTp that have been evaluated to date and comments on preliminary evidence for the efficacy of CaCBTp. Key features of CaCBTp interventions are discussed in reference to broader cultural adaptations of psychosocial interventions for psychosis and culturally adapted cognitive behavioral therapy for other disorders...
June 3, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38815092/practice-experiences-for-school-reintegration-endorsement-for-virtual-reality-with-adolescents-hospitalized-for-suicide-related-crises
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Marisa E Marraccini, Rachel Anonick, Lauren E Delgaty, Telieha J Middleton, Emily N Toole, Jennifer Ying, Robert Hubal
This study applied qualitative methods and a user design approach to develop and iteratively refine a model for a virtual reality intervention designed to supplement standard inpatient treatment for adolescents hospitalized for suicide-related crises: the practice experiences for school reintegration (PrESR). The PrESR model allows patients to practice therapeutic skills within an immersive school environment to increase skill knowledge and skill use and to improve school reintegration. Adolescents previously hospitalized for suicide-related thoughts and behaviors ( n = 13), hospital professionals with experience providing supports to hospitalized adolescents ( n = 7), and school professionals with experience supporting adolescents with suicide-related risks ( n = 12) completed focus group and/or one-on-one interviews to inform the development of the PrESR model...
May 30, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38780561/psychotherapy-to-emphasize-self-directed-recovery-for-persons-with-serious-mental-illness-contributions-from-metacognitive-reflection-and-insight-therapy-merit
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Laura A Faith, Courtney N Wiesepape, Kelsey A Bonfils, Paul H Lysaker, Ashley M Schnakenberg Martin
Recovery from serious mental illness (SMI) is a complex process that can be supported by different levels of mental health care, for example, individual psychotherapy. Current individual evidence-based psychotherapy for persons with SMI is often focused on specific objective recovery outcomes, including symptom reduction and functional improvement, and requires a minimum level of insight. Less common but also important are broader, more flexible approaches that allow clients to explore their needs and challenges, without predetermined goals or a certain level of insight...
May 23, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38780560/the-development-of-a-posttraumatic-stress-disorder-ptsd-consultation-program-to-support-system-wide-implementation-of-high-quality-ptsd-care-for-veterans
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Sadie E Larsen, Todd McKee, Elliot Fielstein, Elissa McCarthy, Abigail Angkaw, Brittany Hall-Clark, Lisa-Ann Cuccurullo, Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, Jessica Hamblen, Sonya B Norman
Among veterans, there is a 7% lifetime prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD; Goldstein et al., 2016), with this diagnosis being linked to poor health and quality of life (Goldstein et al., 2016; Schnurr et al., 2009). Veterans with PTSD may present for treatment in a variety of health care settings, meaning that providers across all of these settings need information about how to care for veterans with PTSD. Despite a number of ongoing efforts to ensure that veterans have access to effective, recovery-oriented treatments for PTSD within Veterans Affairs (VA), there is a need for further improvement and likely an even greater need for improvement in non-VA settings...
May 23, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38780559/an-exploratory-study-of-service-user-and-clinical-outcomes-in-telehealth-delivered-dialectical-behavior-therapy-for-adolescents-skills-groups
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Ashley M Shaw, Megan M Hare, Kristina Conroy, Sabrina M Kehrer, Logan R Cummings, Marcela C Ramos, Jonathan S Comer
The COVID-19 pandemic led many in-office therapeutic programs to pivot to virtual programming without empirical data supporting the acceptability and efficacy of the remote-delivered adaptations. These adaptations were essential for continuing care and addressing surging youth psychological problems at the time. To serve adolescents with comorbid psychiatric disorders and associated problems (e.g., emotion dysregulation), we adapted and implemented virtual and hybrid formats of a dialectical behavior therapy for adolescents (DBT-A; Rathus & Miller, 2015) program within a public university training clinic, such as separating the traditional multifamily group into adolescent-only and caregiver-only groups...
May 23, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38780558/informing-implementation-and-dissemination-of-a-specialized-primary-care-medical-home-for-patients-with-serious-mental-illness-clinician-and-administrator-perspectives
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Melissa Chinchilla, Jared M Greenberg, Stephanie Chassman, Rebecca S Oberman, Alicia A Bergman, Evelyn T Chang, Amy N Cohen, Alison B Hamilton, Sona Hovsepian, Sonya E Gabrielian, Alexander S Young
People with serious mental illness (SMI) have lower rates of use of preventative medical services and higher rates of mortality compared to the general population. Research shows that specialized primary care medical homes improve the health care of patients with SMI and are feasible to implement, safe, and more effective than usual care. However, specialized medical homes remain uncommon and model dissemination limited. As part of a controlled trial assessing an SMI-specialized medical home, we examined clinician and administrator perspectives regarding specialized versus mainstream primary care and identified ways to enhance the scale-up of a specialized primary care model for future dissemination...
May 23, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38780557/to-share-or-not-to-share-exploring-incarcerated-women-s-decisions-about-enrolling-in-exposure-based-group-therapy
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Chelsey Bull, Mollee Steely-Smith, MeeSoh Bossard, Marie E Karlsson, Ana J Bridges, Melissa J Zielinski
Exposure therapies effectively treat traumatic stress sequelae, including that which follows sexual violence victimization (SVV). Carceral facilities house women with significantly higher rates of SVV than community samples, yet they rarely implement this form of treatment. In this study, women with histories of SVV ( n = 63) completed semistructured qualitative interviews about their decision to enroll or not enroll in an exposure-based group therapy called Survivors Healing from Abuse: Recovery through Exposure while incarcerated...
May 23, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38780556/comparison-of-telehealth-and-in-person-mental-health-care-in-military-veterans-and-active-duty-service-members
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Steven L Lancaster, David J Linkh, Claire E Lawless, Stephanie Renno
Telehealth services are increasingly utilized to improve mental health care access for active-duty service members (ADSM) and military veterans. This article examines mental health outcomes for veterans ( n = 4,536) and ADSMs ( n = 378) who met Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fifth edition diagnostic criteria for depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, or generalized anxiety disorder ( N = 4,914) and were treated at Cohen Veterans Network Clinics using either telehealth or in-person treatment modalities...
May 23, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38780555/serious-mental-illness-psychology-s-call-to-action-if-not-us-who-if-not-now-when
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Shirley M Glynn, Mary A Jansen
While psychology has much to contribute to the care of individuals living with a serious mental illness (SMI), psychologists have been and continue to be underrepresented as their treatment providers. However, serving those living with an SMI presents an urgent public health need. In this article, we provide an overview of the historical role of psychology in the care of individuals with SMIs, and we argue that a confluence of factors renders this a propitious time for psychologists to increase their commitment to the care of those living with an SMI...
May 23, 2024: Psychological Services
https://read.qxmd.com/read/38780554/home-based-primary-care-providers-perspectives-on-the-unique-challenges-of-working-with-late-life-posttraumatic-stress-disorder-within-their-population-of-veterans
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Hannah M Bashian, Jennifer S Daks, Lola Baird, Hannah Heintz, Jennifer Moye, Anica Pless Kaiser
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is more prevalent in medically ill older Veterans in Home-Based Primary Care (HBPC) settings than in the general population, raising unique considerations. The aim of this qualitative project was to explore HBPC mental health providers' perceptions of the presentation and treatment of PTSD and trauma-related symptoms in this population of older Veterans, many of whom face additional barriers to treatment due to living in rural settings. Five focus groups and one one-on-one interview were conducted with 23 HBPC mental health providers serving rural or rural/urban mixed communities across the United States...
May 23, 2024: Psychological Services
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