Dr. Lindsay Bornheimer's research program focuses on understanding and preventing suicide death among adults experiencing serious mental illness, with a specific focus on psychosis and schizophrenia. Her work aims to examine suicide risk and protective factors, advance theories of suicide, develop and test behavioral interventions, and increase the utility and scalability of evidence-informed interventions in mental health care. As an intervention and implementation science researcher by training with expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy, she is particularly focused on the adaptation and implementation of cognitive-behavioral approaches in the treatment of serious mental illness and suicide prevention. Bornheimer is currently the principal investigator of a NIMH R34 to modify and test the feasibility, acceptability and preliminary effectiveness of a cognitive-behavioral suicide prevention-focused intervention tailored to adults diagnosed with schizophrenia spectrum disorders in community mental health (R34MH123609). Additionally, she is the site principal investigator of a NIMH R01 to develop and evaluate the feasibility of a simulated assessment tool of cognitive behavioral therapy sills for mental health service providers (R01MH112625).
Bornheimer was trained in a pre-doctoral fellowship at the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Brown School of Social Work of Washington University in St. Louis. As a licensed clinical social worker, she has over ten years of experience in psychotherapy with individuals, couples and families in both public and private settings. She completed her clinical training at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and New York Presbyterian Hospital and receives training in cognitive behavioral therapy from the Beck Institute.
Bornheimer is also an assistant professor in the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry and a faculty member of the Depression Center, Injury Prevention Center, and Treatment Innovation and Dissemination Research group.
Risk factors for suicidal ideation and attempt among adults diagnosed with schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders; serious mental illness; depression; suicide prevention; intervention development, implementation, and evaluation; cognitive-behavioral therapy; evidence-based practice; structural equation modeling and longitudinal data analysis
|(734) email@example.com||3792 SSWB||University of Michigan|
School of Social Work
1080 S. University Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
|2016||PhD||Social Work||New York University, New York, NY|
|2009||MSW||Social Work||Columbia University, New York, NY|
|2007||BA||Psychology||Drew University, Madison, NJ|
Flaherty, H. B. Bornheimer, L. A., Hamovitch, E., Garay, E., Mini, M., Acri, M., & McKay, M. (in press). Examining organizational factors supporting the adoption and use of evidence-based interventions. Community Mental Health Journal.
Yarrington, J. A., LeBeau, R. T., Ruiz, J., Bornheimer, L. A., Himle, J., & Craske, M. G. (in press). Exploring factors related to suicide risk in a unique sample of socially anxious job seekers. The Behavior Therapist.
Bornheimer, L. A., Tarrier, N., Brinen, A. P., Dwyer, M., Li, J., & Himle, J. (2020). Longitudinal predictors of stigma in first-episode psychosis (FEP): Mediating effects of depression. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.
Bornheimer, L., Zhang, A., Li, J., Hiller, M., & Tarrier, N. (2020). Effectiveness of suicide-focused psychosocial interventions in psychosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychiatric Services.
Smith, M. J., Bornheimer, L. A., Li, J., Blajeski, S., Hiltz, B., Fischer, D. J., Check, K., & Ruffolo, M. (2020). Computerized clinical training simulations with virtual clients abusing alcohol: Initial feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness. Clinical Social Work Journal.
Bornheimer, L. A., Wang, K., Zhang, A., Li, J., Trim, E. E., Ilgen, M., & King, C. (2020). National trends in non-fatal suicide behaviors among adults in the United States from 2009-2017. Psychological Medicine.
Choy-Brown, M., Hamovitch, E. K., Bornheimer, L. A., & Acri, M. C. (2020). Getting to the table: Agency characteristics and evidence-based intervention adoption. Children and Youth Services Review, 110, 1-7.
Hamovitch, E., Acri, M., Bornheimer, L. A., Falek, I., Lambert, K., & Galler, M. (2020). Providers’ perspectives on implementing a multiple family group for children with disruptive behavior. Child and Family Studies, 29, 1008-2020.
Acri, M., Bornheimer, L. A., Hamovitch, E., & Lambert, K. (2020). Outcomes associated with adapting a research-supported treatment for children with behavior disorders. Research on Social Work Practice, 30(1), 74-83.
Zhang, A., Franklin, C., Jing, S., Bornheimer, L. A., Hai, A., Himle, J. A., Kong, D, & Ji, Q. (2019). The effectiveness of four empirically supported psychotherapies for primary care depression and anxiety: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders, 245, 1168-1186.
Bornheimer, L., Zhang, A., Tarrier, N., Li, J., Ng, Y., & Himle, J. (2019). Depression moderates the relationships between hallucinations, delusions, and suicidal ideation: The cumulative effect of experiencing both hallucinations and delusions. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 116, 166-171.
Zhang, A., Liu, C., Bornheimer, L. A., Solomon, P., Wang, K., & Morrow, S. (2019). The indirect effect of bullying on adolescent self-rated health through mental health: A gender specific pattern. Children and Youth Services Review, 104, 104385.
Zhang, A., Bornheimer, L. A., Weaver, A., Franklin, C., Hai, A., Guz, S., & Shen, L. (2019). Cognitive behavioral therapy for primary care depression and anxiety: A secondary meta-analytic review using robust variance estimation in meta-regression. Journal of Behavioral Medicine.
Bornheimer, L. A., Li, J., Im, V., Taylor, M., & Himle, J. A. (2019). The role of social isolation in the relationships between psychosis and suicidal ideation. Clinical Social Work Journal, 48, 54-62.
Flaherty, H. B. Bornheimer, L. A., Hamovitch, E., Garay, E., Mini, M., Acri, M., & McKay, M. (2019). Examining provider factors supporting the adoption and use of research-supported interventions. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 16(6), 615-625.
Hamovitch, E., Acri, M., & Bornheimer, L. A. (2019). An analysis of the relationship between parenting self-efficacy, the quality of parenting, and parental and child emotional health. Journal of Family Social Work, 22(4-5), 337-351.
Acri, M., Hamovitch E., Lambert, K., Galler, M., Parchment, T., & Bornheimer, L. (2019). Perceived benefits of a multiple family group for children with behavior problems and their families. Social Work with Groups, 42(3), 197-212.
Bornheimer, L. A. (2018). Suicidal ideation in first-episode psychosis: Examination of symptoms of depression and psychosis among individuals in an early phase of treatment. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior.
Hamovitch, E., Acri, M., & Bornheimer, L. A. (2018). Who is accessing family mental health programs? Demographic differences before and after system reform. Children and Youth Services Review, 85, 239-244.
Huang, K. Y., Bornheimer, L. A., Dankyi, E., & Aikins, A. D. (2018). Parental wellbeing, parenting, and child development in Ghanaian families with young children. Child Psychiatry and Human Development.
Acri, M., Bornheimer, L. A., Hamovitch, E., & Lambert, K. (2018). An examination of the relationship between maternal depression and barriers to child mental health services. Children and Youth Services Review, 93, 270-275.
Gopalan, G., Bornheimer, L. A., Acri, M., O’Brien, K., Winters, A., Chacko, A, & McKay, M. (2017). Multiple family group service delivery model for children with disruptive behavior disorders: Impact on caregiver stress and depressive symptoms. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.
Acri, M. C., Bornheimer, L. A., Jessell, L., Gopalan, G., Chomanchuzuk, A. H., Adler, J. G., & Mckay, M. M. (2017). The intersection of extreme poverty and familial mental health in the United States. Social Work in Mental Health, 15(6), 677-689.
Bornheimer, L. A. & Jaccard, J. (2016). Symptoms of depression, positive symptoms of psychosis, and suicidal ideation among adults diagnosed with schizophrenia within the Clinical Antipsychotic Trials of Intervention Effectiveness (CATIE). Archives of Suicide Research, 23, 1-13.
Acri, M. C., Bornheimer, L. A., O’Brien, K., Sezer, S., Little, V., Cleek, A., & McKay, M. M. (2016). A model of integrated health care in a poverty-impacted community In New York City: Importance of early detection and addressing potential barriers to intervention implementation. Social Work in Health Care, 55(4), 314-327.
Bornheimer, L. A. (2015). Exposure and response prevention as an evidence-based treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder: Considerations for social work practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 43, 38-49.
Nguyen, D. & Bornheimer, L. A. (2014). Mental Health Service Use Types among Asian Americans with a Psychiatric Disorder: Considerations of Culture and Need. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 41(4), 520-528.
Gangwisch, J. E., Malsapina, D., Babiss, L. A., Opler, M. G., Posner, K., Shen, S., Turner, J. B, Zammit, G. K., & Ginsberg, H. N. (2010). Short sleep duration as a risk factor for hypercholesterolemia: Analysis of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Sleep, 33(7), 956-961.
Gangwisch, J. E., Babiss, L. A., Malsapina, D., Turner, J. B., Zammit, G. K., & Posner, K. (2010). Earlier parental set bedtimes as a protective factor against depression and suicidal ideation. Sleep, 33(1), 97-106.
Gangwisch, J. E., Malsapina, D., Posner, K, Babiss, L. A., Heymsfield, S. B, Turner, J. B., Zammit, G. K., & Pickering, T. G. (2010). Insomnia and sleep duration as mediators of the relationship between depression and hypertension. American Journal of Hypertension, 23(1), 62-69.
Babiss L. A., & Gangwisch J. E. (2009). Sports participation as a protective factor against depression and suicidal ideations as mediated by self-esteem and social support. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 30(4).
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