Volume II – Number 1
- Comorbidity in Tourette’s Syndrome: Pharmacological Treatment in Adults with a Severe to Profound Handicap: Robert King, M.D.,F.R.C.P.(C)
Genetics and Dual Diagnosis: Smith-Magenis Syndrome: Brenda Finucane, M.S. and Elliott Simon, Ph.D.
Volume II – Number 2
- When People with Complex Disabilities Break the Law: Forensic Issues and Solutions: Marc Goldman, M.S.
Antipsychotic Drugs in Mentally Retarded Persons: A Critical Review: Arthur Rifkin, M.D.
Counseling and Therapy, Revisited: D. Mark Perkins, M.Ed., LPC
Volume II – Number 3
- The Relationship between Epilepsy and Violent Behavior in Persons with Mental Retardation: Jarrett Barnhill, MD
Assessing the Risk Presented by Criminal Offenders and Other High Profile Groups with Mental Retardation as it Relates to the Community Continuum of Care: Edwin J. Mikkelsen, M.D.; Wayne J. Stelk, Ph.D.; Ivonna Edkins, M.A.
Volume II – Number 4
- Clinical Implication of Comordbid Bipolar Disorder and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Robert King, M.D.
YAI’S LEVITTOWN RESIDENCE: Designing a Collaborative Team Model That Meets the Needs of the Dually Diagnosed: Valerie Gaus, Ph.D.; Ellen Keller, Psy.D.; Mary Brady, C.S.W.; Matthew Sturiale, C.S.W.
Building Collaborative Partnerships Between Adolescents, Parents and Professionals: Judith Liddell, M.B.A.; Beth Melka Sanchez, Ph.D.; Breanne Liddell
Volume II – Number 5
- Epilepsy, Mental Retardation, and Psychopathology: L. Jarrett Barnhill, M.D.
Becoming Known: Awareness and Connection with the Dually Diagnosed: Andrew Seubert, M.A., M.C.C.
Integration of Pharmacotherapy and Functional Analysis: Peter Sturmey PhD.
Volume II – Number 6
- Problem Solving for Life: A Training Program in Interpersonal Skills: Irina Paraschiv, Ph.D. and J. Gregory Olley, Ph.D.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Persons with Developmental Disabilities: L Jarrett Barnhill, M.D.
Grief Counseling for Mentally Retarded Adults: Two Case Studies: Valerie Gaus, Ph.D.; Daniel Steil, B.A.; Kimberly Carberry, C.S.W.
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