References: Activities 1979-1999

Anthony, W.A. (1998). Psychiatric rehabilitation technology: Operationalizing the “Black box” of the psychiatric rehabilitation process. New Practices in Mental Health Services, 79, 79-87.

Anthony, W.A. (1997). Integrating psychiatric rehabilitation into managed care. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 20(2), 39-44.

Anthony, W. A. (1996). Managed care case management for people with serious mental illness. Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow,67-69.

Anthony, W. A. (1996). Community support systems: lessons for managed care. Monograph. Boston, MA: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Anthony, W.A. (1994). Response to “individual placement and support.” Community Mental Health Journal, 30, 211-212.

Anthony, W. A. (1982). Explaining “psychiatric rehabilitation” by an analogy to “physical rehabilitation.” Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 5(1), 61-65.

Anthony, W. (1979). Principles of psychiatric rehabilitation. Baltimore, MD: University Park Press.

Anthony, W.A., Brown, M.A., Rogers, E.S., & Derringer, S. (In press). A supported living/employment program for reducing state hospital census. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.

Anthony, W. A., Cohen, M. R., & Danley, K. S. (1988). The psychiatric rehabilitation approach as applied to vocational rehabilitation. In J. A. Ciardiello & M. D. Bell (Eds.), Vocational rehabilitation of persons with prolonged psychiatric disorders (pp. 59-80). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Anthony, W. A., Cohen, M. R., & Farkas, M. D. (1982). A psychiatric rehabilitation treatment program: Can I recognize one if I see one? Community Mental Health Journal, 18, 83-96.

Anthony, W. A., Howell, J., & Danley, K. S. (1984). Vocational rehabilitation of the psychiatrically disabled. In M. Mirabi (Ed.), The chronically mentally ill: Research and services (pp. 215-237). Jamaica, NY: Spectrum Publications.

Anthony, W. A., & Jansen, M. A. (1984). Predicting the vocational capacity of the chronically mentally ill: Research and policy implications. American Psychologist, 39, 537-544.

Anthony, W. A., & Liberman, R. P. (1986). The practice of psychiatric rehabilitation: Historical, conceptual, and research base. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 12, 542-559.

Anthony, W. A, Rogers, E. S., Cohen, M., & Davies, R. R. (1995). Relationship between psychiatric symptomatology, work skills and future vocational performance. Hospital and Community Psychiatry.

Anthony, W. A., & Unger, K. V. (1991). Supported education: An additional program resource for young adults with long-term mental illness. Community Mental Health Journal, 27, 145-156.

Chamberlin, J. (1997). A working definition of empowerment. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 20(4), 43-46.

Cohen, B. F., & Anthony, W. A. (1984). Functional assessment in psychiatric rehabilitation. In A. S. Halpern & M. J. Fuhrer (Eds.), Functional assessment in rehabilitation (pp. 79-100). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Cohen, M. R. (1981). Improving interagency collaboration between vocational rehabilitation and mental health agencies: A conference summary report (Report). Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Cohen, M.R., Anthony, W.A. & Farkas, M.D. (1997). Assessing and developing rehabilitation readiness. Psychiatric Services,48(5), 644-646.

Cohen, M. R., Danley, K. S., & Nemec, P. B., (1985)., Psychiatric rehabilitation training technology: Direct skills teaching (Trainer package). Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Cohen, M. R., Farkas, M. D., Cohen, B. F., & Unger, K. V., (1990)., Psychiatric rehabilitation training technology: Setting an overall rehabilitation goal (Trainer package). Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Cohen, M. R., Farkas, M. D., & Cohen, B. F., (1986)., Psychiatric rehabilitation training technology: Functional assessment (Trainer package). Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Cohen, M. R., Nemec, P. B., Farkas, M. D., & Forbess, R., (1988)., Psychiatric rehabilitation training technology: Case management (Trainer package). Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Danley, K. S., & Anthony, W. A. (1987). The Choose-Get-Keep Model: Serving severely psychiatrically disabled people. American Rehabilitation, 13(4), 6-9, 27-29.

Danley, K. S., Rogers, E. S., MacDonald-Wilson, K.L., & Anthony, W.A. (1994). Supported employment for adults with psychiatric disability: Results of an innovative demonstration project. Rehabilitation Psychology, 39(2).

Danley, K. S., Rogers, E. S., & Nevas, D. B. (1989). A psychiatric rehabilitation approach to vocational rehabilitation. In M. D. Farkas & W. A. Anthony (Eds.), Psychiatric rehabilitation programs: Putting theory into practice (pp. 81-86, 126-131). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Danley, K. S., Sciarappa, K., & MacDonald-Wilson, K.L. (1992). Choose-Get-Keep: A psychiatric rehabilitation approach to supported employment. In R.P. Liberman (Ed.) New Directions in Mental health Services in Effective Psychiatric Rehabilitation, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, no. 53, 87-96

Dellario, D. J. (1983). Client-practitioner agreement in the assessment of severely psychiatrically disabled persons’ functional skills. Rehabilitation Psychology, 4, 243-248.

Dellario, D. J. (1985). The relationship between mental health, vocational rehabilitation, interagency functioning, and outcome of psychiatrically disabled persons. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 28, 167-170.

Dellario, D. J., Goldfield, E., Farkas, M. D., & Cohen, M. R. (1984). Functional assessment of psychiatrically disabled adults: Implications of research findings for functional skills training. In A. S. Halpern & M. J. Fuhrer (Eds.), Functional assessment in rehabilitation (pp. 239-252). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Dion, G. L., & Anthony, W. A. (1987). Research in psychiatric rehabilitation: A review of experimental and quasi-experimental studies. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 30, 177-203.

Dion, G. L., & Cohen, M. R., Anthony, W. A., & Waternaux, C. S. (1988). Symptoms and functioning of patients with bipolar disorder six months after hospitalization. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 39, 652-657.

Drake, R.E., Becker, D.R., & Anthony, W.A. (1994). A research induction group for clients entering a mental health research project. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 45, 487-489.

Drake, R.E., McHugo, G.J., Becker, D.R., Anthony, W.A., & Clark, R.E. (1996). The New Hampshire study of supported employment for people with severe mental illness. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 64(2), 391-399.

Ellison, M.L., Anthony, W.A., Sheets, J., & Yamin, Z. (In preparation). The integration of psychiatric rehabilitation services into behavioral managed care structures: One state example.

Ellison, M. & Russinova, Z. (1997). “How Professionals and Managers Use Reasonable Accommodations: Highlights from a national Survey.” Community Support Network News, 12(1).

Farkas, M.D. & Anthony, W.A. (Eds.) (1989). Psychiatric rehabilitation programs: Putting theory into practice. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Farkas, M. D., Rogers, E. S., & Thurer, S. (1987). Rehabilitation outcome of long-term hospital patients left behind by deinstitutionalization. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 38, 864-870.

Hursh, N. C., Rogers, E. S., & Anthony, W. A. (1988). Vocational evaluation with persons who are psychiatrically disabled: Results of a national survey. Vocational and Work Adjustment Bulletin, 21(4), 149-155.

Hutchinson, D. (1999). Evaluating the effect of a combined supported education and supported employment model on consumer outcomes. Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston, MA.

Hutchinson, D. S., Kohn, L., & Unger, K. V. (1989). A university-based psychiatric rehabilitation program for young adults: Boston University. In M. D. Farkas & W. A. Anthony (Eds.), Psychiatric rehabilitation programs: Putting theory into practice (pp. 147-157). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Jacobs, J. (1997). Major findings of the community support research demonstration projects (1984-1996). Washington, DC: Community Support Program : Substance Abuse and mental Health Administration.

Kramer, P., Anthony, W.A., & Rogers, E.S. (Submitted). Integrating psychiatric rehabilitation technology into assertive community treatment. Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston, MA.

Lamberti, J.S., Melburg, V., Madi, N. (1998). Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation Treatment (IPRT): An overview of a new program. Psychiatric Quarterly, 69(3), 211-235.

MacDonald-Wilson, K. L(1998). Frequently asked questions about employees with psychiatric disabilities: Tips and resources on the ADA, job accommodations and supervision. Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston, MA.

MacDonald-Wilson, K. L., Crean, T., Abramson, L., Fishbein, S., & Miller, N. (In press). How employers, supported employment service providers and employees with psychiatric disabilities develop reasonable workplace accommodations: Qualitative analysis of project findings and the state of the practice. Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston, MA.

MacDonald-Wilson, K. L., Crean, T., Abramson, L., Fishbein, S., & Miller, N. (In press). An investigation of best practices for developing reasonable workplace accommodations for people with psychiatric disabilities: Quantitative analysis of project findings.

MacDonald-Wilson, K. L., Mancuso, L. L., Danley, K. S., & Anthony, W. A. (1989). Supported employment for people with psychiatric disability. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 20(3), 51-58.

Martin, B., Rogers, E.S., Danley, K., & Massaro, J. (Submitted). The demographic and psychosocial predictors of attrition from a vocational research study for persons with psychiatric disabilities.

Meyerson, A.T., Danley, K.S., Fine, T., & Anthony, W.A. (1990). Psychiatric disability and the assessment of vocational capacity. In S. Scheer (Ed.), Assessing the vocational capacity of the impaired worker. 243-265. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publisher.

Mowbray, C., Brown, K.S., Sullivan Soydan, A., & Furlong-Norman, K. (1999). Supported education and psychiatric rehabilitation: Models and methods. International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services, Columbia, MD.

Rogers, E. S., Anthony, W. A., & Danley, K. S. (1989). The impact of interagency collaboration on system and client outcomes. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 33, 100-109.

Rogers, E. S., Anthony, W. A., Toole, J., & Brown, M. A. (1991). Vocational outcomes following psychosocial rehabilitation: A longitudinal study of three programs. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 1(3), 21-29.

Rogers, E.S., Anthony, W.A., Cohen, M.R., & Davies, R.R. (1997). Prediction of vocational outcomes using demographics and clinical indicators among vocationally ready clients. Community Mental Health Journal, 33(2), 99-112.

Rogers, E.S., Cohen, M.R., & Nemec, P. (1990). Instruments for use in psychiatric rehabilitation studies of persons who are psychiatrically disabled. Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Rogers, E.S., Hursh, N., Spaniol, L., & Kielhofner, G. (1990). Situational Assessment Tool. A 35-item instrument designed to measure interpersonal skills and work adjustment skills of persons with psychiatric disability. Copyright, Trustees of Boston University.

Rogers, E. S, MacDonald-Wilson, K., Danley, K., Martin, R., & Anthony, W.A. (1997). A process analysis of supported employment for persons with serious psychiatric disability: Implications for program design. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 8, 233-242.

Rogers, E. S., Sciarappa, K., & Anthony, W. A. (1991). Development and evaluation of situational assessment instruments and procedures for persons with psychiatric disability. Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Bulletin, 24(2), 61-67.

Rogers, E. S., Sciarappa, K., MacDonald-Wilson, K., & Danley, K. (1994). A benefit-cost analysis of a supported employment model for persons with psychiatric disabilities. Evaluation and Program Planning, 18(2), 105-115.

Rogers, E.S., Walsh, D., Masotta, L., Danley, K., & Smith, K. (1991). Massachusetts survey of client preferences for community support services: Final report. Submitted to the Department of Mental Health. Boston: Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Shern, D.L., Tsemberis, S., Anthony, W.A., Lovell, A.M., Richmond, L., Felton, C.J., Winarski, J., & Cohen, M.R. (submitted). Serving street-dwelling individuals with psychiatric disabilities: Outcomes of a psychiatric rehabilitation clinical trial. American Journal of Public Health.

Shern, D.L., Tsemberis, S. Winarski, J., Cope, N., Cohen, M.R., & Anthony, W.A. (1997). Implementing a psychiatric rehabilitation research demonstration for individuals who are street dwelling and who have a serious disability related to mental illness. In W. Breakey & J. Thompson (Eds.) Innovative programs for the homeless mentally ill.

Spaniol, L. & Gagne, C. (1999). Identifying the indicators of recovery from mental illness: An exploratory study. Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston, MA.

Spaniol, L. J., & Zipple, A. M. (1987). Families with a chronically mentally ill member: A review of the research findings. In J. P. Bowker & A. Rubin (Eds.), Studies on chronic mental illness: New horizons for social work researchers. Washington, DC: Council on Social Work Education .

Sullivan, A.P., Nicolellis, D.L., Danley, K.S., & MacDonald-Wilson, K. (1993). Chose-Get-Keep: a psychiatric rehabilitation approach to supported education. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 17(1), 55-68.

Sullivan Soydan, A. (1998). Frequently asked questions by educators about students with psychiatric disabilities: Tips and resources on the Rehabilitation Act, ADA, academic adjustments and support. Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston, MA.

Trotter, S., Minkoff, K., Harrison, K., & Hoops, J. (1988). Supported work: An innovative approach to the vocational rehabilitation of persons who are psychiatrically disabled. Rehabilitation Psychology, 33, 25-34.

Unger, K. V., & Anthony, W. A. (1984). Are families satisfied with services to young adult chronic patients? A recent survey and a proposed alternative. In B. Pepper & H. Ryglewicz (Eds.), Advances in treating the young adult chronic patient (New Directions for Mental Health Services, No. 21, pp. 91-97). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Unger, K.V., Anthony, W.A., Sciarappa, K., & Rogers, E.S. (1991). Development and evaluation of a supported education program for young adults with long-term mental illness. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 42, 838-842.

Unger, K. V., Danley, K.S., Kohn, L., & Hutchinson, D. (1987). Rehabilitation through education: A university-based continuing education program for young adults with psychiatric disabilities on a university campus. PsychosocialRehabilitation Journal, 10(3), 35-49.

U.S. Department of Education (1998). Exploratory study of the relationship between sustained employment and psychosocial adjustment of people with disabilities. (Grant Award Number – H133G80124). Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston, MA.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (1998). Hispanic Priority Initiative: Community Action Grant for Service System Change. (Grant number- SM98-003). Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Boston, MA.