Volume VIII – Number 1
In memory of John Jacobson, Ph.D.
- Dual Diagnosis in Children and Adolescents: Issues and Opportunities – H. Thompson Prout, Ph.D.On the Mitigating Nature of Intellectual Disability (ID) in the Offender with Developmental Disability – George S. Baroff, Ph.D.
Volume VIII – Number 2
- Some Lessons I Learned About People with Autism Spectrum Disorders – Lauren Charlot, Ph.D.How to Become More Emotionally Thick-Skinned: Part I – Martin Lyden, Ph.D.
Treatment of Mood Disorders in People with Mental Retardation: A Selective Review. – Peter Sturmey, Ph.D.
Volume VIII – Number 3
- Impulse Control Difficulties in Persons with an Intellectual Disability: Role in Behavioral and Psychiatric Disorders – William I. Gardner, Ph. D.The Spectrum of Tourette Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Two Case Studies – Jarrett Barnhill, MD Director
Volume VIII – Number 4
- How to Become More Emotionally Thick-Skinned, Part II – Martin Lyden, Ph.D., DirectorFacilitating Health Care and Mental Health Care Access of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities: One Element of Systematic Change
Volume VIII – Number 5
- The Crisis Service Crisis – Michael Mayer, Ph.D.A Comprehensive Service Network to Address Emergent Behavioral Crises Experienced by Individuals with Dual Diagnoses and Their Caregivers – Al Pfadt, PhD; Ray DeNatale, MA
Volume VIII – Number 6
- COMPONENTS OF CRISIS LINKS AS SUBMITTED IN QUEENS OPTIONS FOR PEOPLE THROUGH SERVICES (OPTS) PROPOSAL – Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT)Use of the Mediated Learning Experience and the Working Alliance: A Single Case Overview – Patti Hagarty, B.A., B.CR., M.C. (Psych) Provisional Psychologist
Development of a Typology of Recommendations Posed by a Multi-Disciplinary Consultation Outreach Team for Clients with a Dual Diagnosis – Heather L. King-Andrews & Susan J. Farrell
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Alyse Kerr, MS, NCC, LPC, NADD-CC
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