Mizock, Lauren

 

Introduction to the special issue: Women with serious mental illness in therapy: Intersectional perspectives.
Mizock, L., & Kaschak, E. (2015). Women & Therapy, 38(1-2), 6-13.

Intersectional stigma and the acceptance process of women with serious mental illness.
Mizock, L., & Russinova, Z. (2015). Women and Therapy, 38(1-2), 14-30.

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

Evidence-Based Processes in an Era of Recovery Implications for Rehabilitation Counseling and Research.
Anthony, W., & Mizock, L. (2014).
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 57(4), 219-227.

Supporting mothers in training and early career.
Mizock, L. (2014). The Feminist Psychologist, 41(2), 7, 17.

Ageism and aging among older adults with mental illness.
Mizock, L., & Harrison, K. (2014).
Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness, Andrew Scull (Ed.).
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Lesbian, Gay, and Transgender Individuals with Mental Illness: Narratives of the Acceptance Process. 
Mizock, L., Harrison, K. & Russinova, Z. (2014).
Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health, 18(3), 1-22.

Acceptance of mental illness: Core components of a multifaceted construct.
Mizock, L., Russinova, Z., & Millner, U. (2014).
Psychological Services, 11(1), 97-104.

Barriers to and facilitators of the acceptance process for individuals with serious mental illness.
Mizock, L., Russinova, Z., & Millner, U. (2014).
Qualitative Health Research, 24(9), 1265-1275.

New roads paved on losses: Qualitative analysis of photovoice intervention for serious mental illness.
Mizock, L., & Russinova, Z., & Shani, R. (2014).
Qualitative Health Research, 24(11), 1481-1491.

Psychiatric rehabilitation services for serious mental illness.
Mizock, L. (2013).
In Michael Shally-Jensen (Ed.), Mental Health Care Issues in America (pp. 667-673).
Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Press.

Transgender students with disabilities.
Mizock, L., Covello, C., & Ferreira, C. (2013).
Pedagogy and the Human Sciences, 1(3), 24-32.

Racial and Ethnic Cultural Factors in the Process of Acceptance of Mental Illness.
Mizock, L. & Russinova, Z. (2013).  Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 56(4), 229-239.

Cultural competence in behavioral health disaster response: The challenge, the opportunity.
Crawford, K., Bennasar, M., & Mizock, L. (2012).
Behavioral health response to disasters. CRC Press, Taylor and Frances Group, pgs. 175-188.

Book review: Integrating theory and practice in culturally relevant pedagogy.
Mizock, L. (2012).  Pedagogy and the Human Sciences, 2(1), 52-55.

The Double Stigma of Obesity and Serious Mental Illnesses: Promoting Health and Recovery.
Mizock, L. (2012).  Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35(6), 466–469.

Spiritual and Religious Issues in Psychotherapy with Schizophrenia: Cultural Implications and Implementation.
Mizock, L., Millner, U., & Russinova, Z. (2012).  Religions, 3(1), 82-98.

Fox’s More to Love: Pseudo-fat acceptance in reality television.
Peltier, M., & Mizock, L. (2012).
Somatechnics: Multidisciplinary Scholarship on ‘The Body,’ 2(1), 93–106.

Male-to-female transgender veterans and VA health care utilization.
Shipherd, J., Mizock, L., Maguen, S., & Greene, K. (2012).
International Journal of Sexual Health, 24(1), 78-87.

Transgender and gender variant populations with mental illness: Implications for clinical care.
Mizock, L. & Flemming, M. (2011).  Professional Psychology, 42(2), 208-213.

Researcher interjecting in qualitative race research.
Mizock, L., Harkins, D., & Morant, R. (2011).
Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 12(2), Art. 13.

Researcher Race in Narrative Interviews on Traumatic Racism.
Mizock, L., Harkins, D., Ray, S., & Morant, R. (2011).
Journal of Maltreatment, Aggression, and Trauma, 20(1), 39-56.