Anthony, William

 

Living beyond schizophrenia—Recovery is possible.
Anthony, W. A. (2014).
World Mental Health Day 2014, p. 37.

Implementing and evaluating goal setting in a statewide psychiatric rehabilitation program.
Anthony, W. A., Ellison, M. L., Rogers, E. S., Mizock, L., & Lyass, A. (2014)
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 57(4), 228-237.

Evidence-based processes in an era of recovery.
Anthony, W. A. & Mizock, L. (2014).
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 57(4), 219-227.

Current challenges to psychiatric rehabilitation.
Anthony, W. A. (2013).
Japanese Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 17(1), 9-13.

Psychiatric rehabilitation.
In V. Vandiver (Ed.) Best practices in community mental health.
Anthony, W. A., Forbess, R. & Furlong-Norman, K. (2013).
Chicago, IL: Pp 229-241.

The development and implementation of “no force first” as a best practice.
Ashcraft, L., Bloss, M. & Anthony, W. A. (2012).   Psychiatric Services, 63(5), 415-417.

Statewide initiative of intensive psychiatric rehabilitation: Outcomes and relationship to other mental health service use.
Ellison, M. E., Rogers, E. S., Lyass, A., Wewiorski, N. J., Massaro, J., & Anthony, W. A. (2011).
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 35(1), 9-19.

Editorial: Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Medicaid.
Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 33(3), 175-176.

Shared decision making, self-determination and psychiatric rehabilitation.
Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 34(2), 87-88.

The Veterans Administration, the military, psychiatric rehabilitation, and me.
Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 33(4), 259.

What’s in a name? Naming and defining basic BH services.
Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Mental Health Weekly (Oct. 4, 2010).

The Recovery Movement.
Anthony, W. A., & Ashcraft, L. (2010).
In K. Hennessey (Ed.), Mental Health Services: A Public Health Perspective (pp. 465-479).
London: Oxford University Press.

Are we revolving or evolving?
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Behavioral Healthcare, 30(2), 22-23.

Conversations with Harvey.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Behavioral Healthcare, 30(6), 8-9.

Documenting a recovery approach.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Behavioral Healthcare, 30(1), 22-24.

Preparing worksites for integration.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Behavioral Healthcare, 30(3), 8-9.

Ready, set, integrate!
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Behavioral Healthcare, 30(4), 14-15.

Tools for transforming facilities.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2010).  Behavioral Healthcare, 30(5), 10-13.

Build your staff’s spiritual competency.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Mancuso, L. (2010).  Behavioral Healthcare, 30(8), 10-13.

Is spirituality essential for recovery?
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Mancuso, L. (2010).  Behavioral Healthcare, 30(7), 7-8.

Psychiatric rehabilitation interventions: A review.
Farkas, M., & Anthony, W. A. (2010).  International Review of Psychiatry, 22(2), 114-129.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation: A Key to Prevention.
Anthony, W. A. (2009).  Psychiatric Services, 60(1), 3

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Leadership.
Anthony, W. A. (2009).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 33(1), 7.

Case Management: Time for step four!
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2009).  Behavioral Healthcare, 29(10), 8.

Providing an exit from case management.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A.(2009).  Behavioral Healthcare, 29(5), 10-11.

Relationships-based recovery revisited: Powerful results from strengths-based, peer relationships.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A.(2009).  Behavioral Healthcare, 29(9), 12-13.

Tough times call for tough decisions.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2009).  Behavioral Healthcare, 29(3), 14-16.

Transform your expectations.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2009).  Behavioral Healthcare, 29(4), 12-13.

What a recovery organization looks like.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2009).  Behavioral Healthcare, 29(6), 10-13.

Don’t lose momentum.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Dye, C. (2009).  Behavioral Healthcare, 29(2), 6-8.

Insisting on the truth.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., Knight, E., & Ashenden, P. (2009).
Behavioral Healthcare, 29(1), 11-16.

Doing daily life: How occupational therapy can inform psychiatric rehabilitation practice.
Krupa, T., Fossey, E., Anthony, W. A., & Pitts, D. B. (2009).
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 32(3), 155-161.

Supported Employment in the Context of Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
Anthony, W. A. (2008).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 31(4), 271-272.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
Anthony, W. A., Forbess, R., & Furlong-Norman, K.(2008).
In A. Roberts & V. Vandiver (Eds.), Social Workers’ Desk Reference, Second Edition.
London: Oxford University Press.

Addressing resistance to recovery.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A.(2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(3), 10, 12.

Apply a recovery approach to wellness: Engage clients in “irresistible” services that offer them a healthier life.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A.(2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(10), 8-12.

Begging for details.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A.(2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(1), 8-9.

Creating good endings: Service users and staff judge your performance based on your final acts.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A.(2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(11), 8-9.

Don’t be anchored by inaction: Changing programs requires swimming against the tide.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A.(2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(8), 10-13.

Don’t let paperwork be a barrier: Well-crafted questions can elicit recovery responses.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(5).

Eliminating Seclusion and Restraint in Recovery Oriented Crisis Services.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2008).  Psychiatric Services, 59(10), 1198-1202.

Setting rules – but allowing choices: Recovery-oriented programs can limit certain behaviors as long as they offer as many alternatives as possible.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(7), 10-12.

Wellness must be part of our mission: We can help people in recovery live to their full potential.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(9), 8-12.

Taking on the formidable middle.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Bloss, M. (2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(2), 8,10,11.

Rein in seclusion and restraints.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Jaccard, S. (2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(12), 6-7.

Home is where recovery begins.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Martin, C. (2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(5), 8, 13-15.

Breaking down barriers.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Williamson, J. (2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, 28(4), 8-9.

The 3C’s for recovery services.
Farkas, M., Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2008).  Behavioral Healthcare, Feb., 24-27.

Giving psychiatric rehabilitation its due.
Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 31(2), 95.

Adding peers to the workforce: What to keep in mind when you train peer employees and your existing staff.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(11), 8-12.

Data collection with recovery in mind: Involve service users as much as possible.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(9), 12-13.

Let’s talk about solutions: Organizational leaders can be role models for promoting recovery-based conversations.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & St. George, L. (2007).
Behavioral Healthcare, 27(1), 12-13.

Our workforce’s biggest secret: Here’s a hint: It affects one in four of your professional staff members.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(10), 10-11.

Parent partners’ possibilities: If you can overcome several hurdles, these “peer” employees can be valuable resources for people you serve.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Dayan, E. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(6), 10-12.

Recovery blows in on the winds of change: Recovery reinforcement training promotes a healthier environment for people receiving services and staff.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Martin, C. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(8), 8-13.

Reinventing performance evaluations: If conducted correctly, they can help an organization adopt a recovery focus.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(3), 12-13.

Turn evaluations into mentoring sessions: Performance evaluations don’t have to be dreadful-try the Get-Give-Merge-Go approach.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(4), 8-11.

The value of peer employees: Professional staff shouldn’t fear peers’ greater involvement in the behavioral health workforce.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(5), 8-9.

A weekly dose of recovery information: Weekly refresher courses can help sustain recovery principles and practices.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).  Behavioral Healthcare, 27(2), 13.

Training veterans in recovery: Two female veterans share how peer employment training is making a difference in their recovery from PTSD.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Martin, C. (2007).
Behavioral Healthcare, 27(7), 10-13.

Bridging science to service: Using Rehabilitation Research and Training Center program to ensure that research-based knowledge makes a difference. 
Farkas, M., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).
Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 44(6), 879-892.

Recovery: A Common Vision for the Fields of Mental Health and Addictions.
Gagne, C. A., White, W., & Anthony, W. A. (2007).
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 31(1), 32-37.

Evaluation of a Combined Supported Computer Education and Employment Training Program for Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities.
Hutchinson, D., Anthony, W. A., Massaro, J. M., & Rogers, E. S. (2007).
Psychatric Rehabilitation Journal, 30(3), 189-197.

An elephant in the room.
Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29(3), 155.

What My MS Has Taught Me About Severe Mental Illnesses.
Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Psychiatric Services, 57(8), 1080-1082.

From Consumer to Caregiver.
Anthony, W. A. & Ashcraft, L. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, 26(1), 10-11.

Crisis Services in the living room.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, 26(7), 12-14.

Differentiating a bad day from a crisis.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, November.

Factoring in structure.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, August.

How recovery happens.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, September.

Let people make their own decisions.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, March.

Relapse is Different in Recovery.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, October.

Tools for transforming language.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, April.

A Treatment Planning Reality Check.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, February.

Moving recovery into the classroom.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Dayan, E. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, May.

Transformation can happen anywhere.
Ashcraft, L., Anthony, W. A., & Zeeb, M. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, July.

System Transformation Through Best Practices.
Farkas, M., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 30(2), 87–88.

The Role of Recovery Education.
Hutchinson, D. S., Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A., (2006).
Behavioral Healthcare, June.

The personal and vocational impact of training and employing people with psychiatric disabilities as providers.
Hutchinson, D. S., Anthony, W. A., Ashcraft, L., Johnson, G., Dunn, E., Lyass, A., & Rogers, E. S. (2006).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29 (3), 205-213.

A framework for health promotion services for people with psychiatric disabilities.
Hutchinson, D. S., Gagne, C., Bowers, A., Russinova, Z., Skrinar, G. S., & Anthony, W. A. (2006).
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29 (4), 241–250.

The choose-get-keep model of psychiatric rehabilitation: A synopsis of recent studies.
Rogers, E., Anthony, W., & Farkas, M. (2006).  Rehabilitation Psychology, 51(3), 247-256.

A Randomized Clinical Trial of Vocational Rehabilitation for People With Psychiatric Disabilities.
Rogers, E., Anthony, W. A., Lyass, A., & Penk, W. E. (2006).
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 49(3), 143-156.

Psychiatric rehabilitation and the science of possibilities.
Anthony, W. A. (2005).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 28, 313-314.

Value Based Practices.
Anthony, W. A. (2005).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 28, 205.

The napping company:  Bringing science to the workplace.
Anthony, W. A., & Anthony, C. W. A. (2005).  Industrial Health, (43), 209-212.

Creating an environment that supports recovery.
Anthony, W. A., & Ashcraft, L. (2005).  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow, 14(6), 6-7.

It starts with vision.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2005).  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow, 14(5), 9-11.

The story of the transformation of a mental health agency to a recovery orientation.
Ashcraft, L., & Anthony, W. A. (2005). Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow, 14(2), 12, 13, 15-21.

Implementing recovery oriented evidence based programs: Identifying the critical dimensions.
Farkas, M., Gagne, C., Anthony, W. A., & Chamberlin, J. (2005). 
Community Mental Health Journal, 41
(2), 141-158.

Recovery from Severe Mental Illnesses and Evidence-Based Practice Research.
Rogers, E., Anthony, W., & Farkas, M. (2005).
In C. Stout & R. Hayes (Eds.), The Evidence-Based Practice: Methods, Models and Tools for Mental Health Professionals (pp. 199-219).  New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Overcoming obstacles to a recovery-oriented system: The necessity for state-level leadership.
Anthony, W. A. (2004).  NASMPD Networks (Fall), 3-7.

The principle of personhood: The field’s transcendent principle.
Anthony, W. A. (2004).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 27(3), 205.

The recovery effect.
Anthony, W. A. (2004).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 27(4), 1-2.

The nature and dimensions of social support among individuals with severe mental illnesses.
Rogers, E. S., Anthony, W. A., & Lyass, A. (2004).
Community Mental Health Journal, 40
(5), 437-450.

Expanding the Evidence Base in an Era of Recovery.
Anthony, W. A. (2003).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 27(1), 1-2.

Studying Evidence-Based Processes, Not Practices.
Anthony, W. A. (2003).  Psychiatric Services, 54(1), 7.

The Decade of the Person and the Walls that Divide Us.
Anthony, W. A. (2003).  Behavioral Healthcare Tomorrow, April, 23-30.

Research on evidence-based practices: Future directions in an era of recovery.
Anthony, W. A., Rogers, E. S., & Farkas, M. (2003). 
Community Mental Health Journal
, 39(2), 101-114.

Evidence-based practices: setting the context and responding to concerns.
Essock, S. M., Goldman, H. H., Van Tosh, L., Anthony, W. A., et al. (2003). 
Psychiatric Clinics of North America
, 26(4), 919-938.

Another Way of Avoiding the “Single Model Trap.”
Kramer, P., Anthony, W. A., Rogers, E. S., & Kennard, W. A. (2003). 
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal
, 26(4), 413-415.

The Integration of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services in Behavioral Health Care Structures: A State Example.
Ellison, M. L., Anthony, W. A., Sheets, J. L., Dodds, W., Barker, W. I., Massaro, J., & Wewiorski, N. S. (2002).  Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 29(4), 381-393.

The Process of Recovery from Schizophrenia.
Spaniol, L., Wewiorski, N. J., Gagne, C., Anthony, W. A. (2002).
International Review of Psychiatry
, 14(4), 327-336.

The need for recovery-compatible evidence-based practices. (2001). Mental Health Weekly, 11 (42), 5. Reprinted as: Evidence-based practices suffer without a recovery focus. (2001).   Anthony, W.A.
Behavioral Health Accreditation and Accountability Alert
, 6(12), 6.

Overview of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Education: Concepts of Training and Skill Development. 
Farkas, M. D., Anthony, W. A. (2001).  Rehabilitation Education, 15(2), 119-132.

Assessment in Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
MacDonald-Wilson, K., Nemec, P. B., Anthony, W., & Cohen, M. (2001).
In B. Bolton (ed), Handbook of Measurement and Evaluation in Rehabilitation 3rd edition, Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publications.

Unique issues in assessing work function among individuals with psychiatric disabilities. 
Macdonald-Wilson, K., Rogers, E. S., & Anthony, W. A. (2001). 
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 11
, 217-232.

Assessing readiness for change among persons with severe mental illness. 
Rogers, E. S., Martin, R., Anthony, W., Massaro, J., Danley, K., Crean, T., & Penk, W. (2001). 
Community Mental Health Journal
, 37(2), 97-112.

Clinical care update: The chronically mentally ill: Case management–more than a response to a dysfunctional system.
Anthony, W. A., Cohen, M., et al. (2000). 
Community Mental Health Journa
l, 36(1), 97-106.

Serving Street-Dwelling Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities: Outcomes of a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Clinical Trial
Shern, D., Tsemberis, S., Anthony, W., Lovell, A., Richmond, L., Felton, C., Winarski, J., & Cohen, M. (2000).   American Journal of Public Health, 90, 1873-1878.

Psychiatric rehabilitation technology: Operationalizing the “black box” of the psychiatric rehabilitation process.
Anthony, W. A. (1998).
In P. W. Corrigan and D. F. Giffort (Eds.), Building teams and programs for effective psychiatric rehabilitation (pp. 79-87, New Directions for Mental Health Services, No. 79). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc.

Assessing and developing readiness for psychiatric rehabilitation.
Cohen, M. R., Anthony, W. A., et al. (1997). 
Psychiatric Services
 48(5), 644-646.

Prediction of vocational outcome based on clinical and demographic indicators among vocationally ready clients. 
Rogers, E. S., Anthony, W. A., et al. (1997).
Community Mental Health Journal
, 33(2), 99-112.

A process analysis of supported employment services for persons with serious psychiatric disability: Implications for program design.
Rogers, E. S., MacDonald Wilson, K., Danley, K., Martin, R., Anthony, W. A. (1997).
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
, 8(3), 233-242.

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

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

Relationships between psychiatric symptomatology, work skills, and future vocational performance.
Anthony, W. A., Rogers, E. S., et al. (1995).
Psychiatric Services
, 46(4), 353-358.

Programs that work: Issues of leadership.
Anthony, W. A (1993).  The Journal 4(2), 51-53.

Psychiatric rehabilitation: Key issues and future policy.
Anthony, W. A. (1992).  Health Affairs, 11(3), 164-171.

Supported education: An additional program resource for young adults with long term mental illness.
Anthony, W. A. & Unger, K. V. (1991).
Community Mental Health Journal
 27(2), 145-156.

Understanding the current facts and principles of mental health systems planning.   
Anthony, W.A., Cohen, M., et al. (1990).  
American Psychologist,
 45(11), 1249-1252.