Volume III – Number 1
- Barriers to Being, Becoming, and Remaining Competent to Stand Trial: Stu Smith, PhD
A Brief Therapy Approach to Working with the Problems of Individuals with Dual Diagnoses and Their Families: Katharina Anger, Ph.D., Juliet Hawkins, MA
Annie’s Story: From Psychiatric Unit to Community Living: Katherine Moxness, M.A., Joanne Lefebvre
Volume III – Number 2
- Creating Community-Based Residential Services for People Who Have a Developmental Disability, Mental Illness, and Histories of Substance Abuse: Michael Tucker, MA; Valerie Fisk; Charlton Hart
The Effects of a “Treatment Mall” on Patients with Dual Diagnosis: Daniel J. Kauffman, Ph.D.
Genetics and Developmental Disabilities: Autistic Disorder: Elliott W. Simon, Ph.D.; Brenda Finucane, MS
Volime III – Number 3
- Dementia Evaluations in Persons with Mental Retardation: They Don’t All Have Alzheimer Disease: Kate Haller, MD
Differential Diagnosis of Autism: The Importance of Medical Evaluation to Genetic Counseling: Carlos Eduardo Steiner, MD, MSc; Marilisa Mantovani Guerreiro, MD, PhD; Antonia Paula Marques-de-Faria, MD, PhD
Volume III – Number 4
- “I Feel Like an Alien”: Individual Psychotherapy for Adults with Asperger Disorder Using a Cognitive Behavioral Approach: Valerie Gaus, Ph.D.
“3D” Unified Group Process for the Treatment of Triply Diagnosed Persons: Marina Harris, MA, LPA; Rosemary Edwardson, MA, LPC
Volume III – Number 5
- Cholinergic Therapy for Persons with Down Syndrome and Presenile Dementia: Mark H. Fleisher, MD
Modifying Psychotherapy for Individuals With Mental Retardation: Christopher Lynch, Ph.D.
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Intellectually Disabled Adults—Evaluation by Using Projective Tests: A Collaboration Project Between a Psychiatric Clinic and the Services for Mentally Handicapped: Barbro Carlsson
Community Agency Collaboration for Specialized Treatment of Dually Diagnosed Children: A Model Program: Brian Tallant, LPC; Melissa Johnston-Burnham, LCSW
Volume III – Number 6
- Determining the Effectiveness of Psychotherapy with Persons with Mental Retardation: The Need to Move Toward Empirically Based Research: H. Thompson Prout, Ph.D.; Kathleen M. Chard, Ph.D.; Karen M. Nowak-Drabik, M.S.; Dawn M. Johnson, M.A.
Maximizing Therapeutic Interventions: Katharina Anger, Ph.D.; Juliet Hawkins, M.A.
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