Hutchinson, Dori


Mental Health: Creating and Cultivating a Campus Community that supports Mental Health.
Hutchinson, D. (2016).  In David Anderson (Ed), Wellness Issues for Higher Education: A Guide for Student Affairs and Higher Education Professionals, pp.39-55.

Campus Mental Health.
Hutchinson, D. (2015).  In D. Anderson (Ed) Wellness Issues for Higher Education: A guide for student affairs and higher education professionals, pp 37-57, New York, New York; Routledge: A Taylor and Francis Group.

Factors that distinguish college students with depressive symptoms with and without suicidal thoughts.
Nyer, M., Holt, D., Pedrelli, P., Fava, M., Ameral, V., Cassiello, C., Nock, M., Ross, M., Hutchinson, D., & Farbaugh, A. (2013).  Annuals of Clinical Psychiatry, 25(1), 41-49.

Empathy as a College Suicide Prevention Strategy.
Hutchinson, D. (2012).
The American College Health Association’s College Health in Action, 51(3), 1, 25-26.

The Recovery Education Center: An Integrated Health Promotion and Wellness Program.
Hutchinson, D. (2011).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 34(4), 321-323.

Small steps can yield big results.
Hutchinson, D. (2009).  Behavioral Healthcare, 29(3), 26-29.

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 Quest for Optimal Health: Can Education and Training Cure What Ails Us?
Swarbrick, P., Hutchinson, D., & Gill, K. (2008).
International Journal of Mental Health, 37(2), 68-88.

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.

The Right to Optimal Health.
Hutchinson, D. (2006).  Behavioral Healthcare, 26(7), 24-27.

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 health promotion of people with psychiatric disabilities.
Hutchinson, D. S., & Henry, A. (2006).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29 (4), 237.

Structured exercise for persons with serious psychiatric disabilities. 
Hutchinson, D. S. (2005).  Psychiatric Services, Frontline Reports, 56(3), 353-354.

Multifaceted Perspectives on Program Evaluation for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services.
Hutchinson, D.S. & Razzano, L. (2005).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 28(3), 207-208.

Integrating physical activity into mental health services for persons with serious mental illness.
Richardson, C. R., Faulkner, G., McDevitt, J., Skrinar, G. S., Hutchinson, D. S. & Piette, J. D. (2005).  Psychiatric Services, 56,324-331.

The role of a fitness intervention on people with serious psychiatric disabilities.
Skrinar, G., Huxley, N., Hutchinson D., Menninger, E., & Glew, P. (2005).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29(2), 122-127.

The journey towards wellness.
Hutchinson, D. (2000).   The Journal of NAMI California, 11, 7-8.