Intensive, person-centered case management, peer support, and a discretionary fund for adults with serious mental illness leads to better access to treatment, job training, and employment; fewer suicide/self-harm attempts, hospitalizations, incarcerations, and days of homelessness; and lower mental illness-related costs.
- Emory Student Health and Counseling Services Post-MSW Fellowship
- Motivational interviewing with the older adult
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Graduate Health Fellowship
- Bullying Victimization Among College Students: Negative Consequences for Alcohol Use
- Incompleteness and harm avoidance in OCD, anxiety and depressive disorders, and non-clinical controls
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