A qualitative investigation of individual and contextual factors associated with vocational recovery among people with serious mental illness.
Dunn, E., Wewiorski, N., & Rogers, E. S. (2010).
Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 80(2), 185-194.
Results of an Innovative University-based Recovery Education Program for Adults with Psychiatric Disabilities.
Dunn, E., Rogers, E. S., Hutchinson, D., Lyass, A., MacDonald-Wilson, K., & Wallace, L. (2008). Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 35(5), 357-369.
The Meaning and Importance of Employment to People in Recovery from Serious Mental Illness: Results of a Qualitative Study.
Dunn, E. C., Wewiorski, N. J., & Rogers, E. S. (2008).
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 32(1), 59-62.
Increasing Social Support for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness: Evaluating the Compeer Model of Intentional Friendship.
McCorkle, B., Rogers, E. S., Dunn, E., Lyass, A., & Wan, Y. (2008).
Community Mental Health Journal.
The making of friendships: Compeers talk about their experiences in the program.
Dunn, E. C., McCorkle, B. H., Wan, Y. M., & Gagne, C. (2006).
In Skirboll, B. W., Bennett, L., & Klements, M. (Eds.), Compeer: Recovery through the healing power of friends. Rochester, NY: Meliora Press.
Empowering and demedicalized case management practices: Perspectives of mental health consumer leaders and professionals.
Ellison, M. L., & Dunn E. (2006).
Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation, 5(2), 1-17.
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 Mixed Methods Study of the Benefits of Compeer services.
McCorkle, B., Rogers, E., Dunn, E., Wan, Y., & Lyass, A. (2006).
In Compeer: Recovery Through the Healing Power of Friends. (B Skirboll, M.E. Budny, and D Frame, Eds) Boydell & Brewter/University of Rochester Press, pp 157-161.
Direct Skills Teaching
Evidence Based Practice
Facts About Recovery
Medicaid Buy In
My Recovery Journey
Personal Assistance Services
Personal Recovery Stories
Programming Skill Use
Recovery Oriented Services
Recovery Oriented Systems
Spinal Cord Injuries
Stigma, Prejudice, Discrimination
Value Based Practice