Challenges Experienced by Paid Peer Providers in Mental Health Recovery: A Qualitative Study.
Moran, G.S., Russinova, Z., Gidugu, V., & Gagne, C. (2013).
Community Mental Health Journal, 49(3), 281-291.
Motivations of Persons with Psychiatric Disabilities to Work in Mental Health Peer Services: A Qualitative Study Using Self-Determination Theory.
Moran, G.S., Russinova, Z., Yeon, J.Y., and Sprague, C. (2013)
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, April 11.
Toward Understanding the Impact of Occupational Characteristics on the Recovery and Growth Processes of Peer Providers.
Moran, G. S., Russinova, Z., & Stepas, K. (2012).
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 35(5), 376–380.
Playback theater and recovery in mental health: preliminary evidence.
Moran G. S. & Alon, U. (2011). The Arts in Psychotherapy, 38(5), 318–324.
Benefits and Mechanisms of Recovery Among Peer Providers with Psychiatric Illnesses.
Moran, G., Russinova, Z., Gidugu, V., Yim, J.Y., & Sprague, C. (2011).
Qualitative Health Research, 22(3), 304-319.
Using situation testing to document employment discrimination against persons with psychiatric disabilities.
Tal, A., Moran, G., Rooth, D., & Bendick, M. (2009).
Employee Relations Law Journal, 35(3), 82-102.