Volume IV – Number 1
Creating a Continuum of Intensive Psychiatric Services for Individuals with Dual Diagnosis: A Perspective on the Massachusetts Experience III. Inpatient Psychiatric Care: Lauren Charlot, Ph.D.; Van R. Silka, M.D.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Other Alcohol Related Birth Defects: Identification and Implications: Kathleen Tavenner Mitchell, M.H.S., L.C.A.D.C.
Volume IV – Number 2
Sexual Disorders, Developmental Disorders, Developmental Delay, and Co-morbid Conditions: J. Paul Fedoroff, M.D., Beverley I. Fedoroff, B.Sc. (Hons), Kora Ilic
Telehealth in Rural America: John Holderegger, M.S., Kim K. Faulkner, R.Ph., Ph.D., Theresa A. Faulkner, Ph.D, Jon Fortune, Ed.D., Barbara Fortune
The “Golden Age”: Embrace the Present but Be(a)ware of the Past: Stu Smith, Ph.D.
Volume IV – Number 3
We Need To Go Back To Square One: Nancy Hatch Warner
Behavioral Side Effects of Barbiturate Antiepileptic Drugs in Individuals with Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities: John E. Kalachnik, M.Ed., Thomas E. Hanzel, M.A.
Systematic Treatment of Criminal Offenders Having Developmental Delay: Marc Goldman, M.S.
Volume IV – Number 4
Herbal Remedies Used In Psychiatric Practice: Ann R. Poindexter, M.D.
Volume IV – Number 5
Development of an Assessment Instrument for Anxiety, Depression and Mood among Individuals with Mental Retardation: Anna J. Esbensen, J. Rojahn, Michael G. Aman, Stephen Ruedrich
SAMIRIS: Substance Abusers Who Have Both Mental Illness and Mental Retardation: Michael A. Mayer, Ed.S.
Volume IV – Number 6
When Staff and Consumers Disagree About Consumer Satisfaction: James R. Dudley, Ph.D.
Adapting Infant Mental Health and Family Systems Ideas for Intervention With Parents With Dual Diagnosis and their Babies or Children: Megan Kirshbaum, Ph.D., Sherrie Hansen, Ph.D.
Agency-based Residential Treatment of Developmentally Disabled Adults Who are Sex Offenders or Who Exhibit Problematic Sexual Behaviors: Carolyn Kesterson, M.A., L.P.C., Shari Swinton, B.S.
Diversion/Creative Sentencing & Behavioral/Psychological Programming in a Model Program Addressing the Special Needs of Dually Diagnosed/Developmentally Disabled Offenders Living in Community Based Services in Pueblo, CO: Lawrence A. Velasco, M.Ed., Lamar Trant, Psy.D.
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