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School of Social Work Research Publications for Beth Glover Reed

  1. Noether, C. D., Finkelstein, N., VanDeMark, N. R., Savage, A., Reed, B. G., & Moses, D. J. (2005). Design strengths and issues of SAMHSA's Women, Co-Occurring Disorders and Violence Study. Psychiatric Services, 56(10), 1233-1236.
  2. Reed, B. G., & Moses, D. J. (2004). Lessons From the Women: Co-occurring Disorders and Violence Study. Delmar, NY: Policy Research Associates.
  3. Reed, B. G. (2004). Braided Recoveries for Women Recovering From Problems with Alcohol and Other Drugs and Histories of Violence. Shelter Association of Washtenaw County.
  4. Reed, B. G., & Moses, D. J. (2003). Trauma-informed approaches to working with women with substance abuse and mental health problems and histories of violence: The experience of 9 demonstration projects on women with co-occurring disorders and violence. [Report].
  5. Reed, B. G., & Peet, M. (2003). First year implementation evaluation of intensive focus/privilege, oppression, diversity and social justice (IF/PODS) curriculum change initiative. [Report]. Ann Arbor, MI: UM School of Social Work.
  6. Reed, B. G., & Peet, M. (2002). Political consciousness and agency: The role of activism and race/ethnicity in an introductory women's studies course. Feminist Teacher, 14(2), 106-122.
  7. Reed, B. G. (2001). Advancing social and economic justice. In D. Lum (Ed.), Culturally Competent Practice: A Framework for Growth and Action.
  8. Reed, B. G., & Leavitt, M. E. (2000). Modified wraparound and women offenders in community corrections: Strategies, opportunities and tensions. In M. McMahon (Ed.), Assessment to Assistance: Programs for Women in Community Corrections 1-106. Lanham, MD: American Correctional Association Press.
  9. Peet, M. & Reed, B. G. (1999). Activism in an introductory women's studies course: Connected learning through the implementation of praxis. Women's Studies Quarterly, 27(3/4), 21-35.
  10. Reed, B. G., & Mowbray, C. T. (1999). Mental illness and substance abuse: Implications for women's health and health care access. Journal of the American Medical Women's Association, 54(2), 71-78.
  11. Reed, B. G. (1999). Perinatal use of alcohol and other drugs. In M. Galanter & H. D. Kleber (Eds.), American Psychiatric Press Textbook of Substance Abuse Treatment (2nd ed.). 491-501. American Psychiatric Association.
  12. Ortega, R. M., Gutierrez, L. M., Glover-Reed, B., & Lewis, E. A. (1999). Social work with groups. In J. Figueroa-McDonough, E. Netting, A. Nichols-Casebolt (Eds.), Integrating Gender in the Social Work Core Curriculum: A Compendium of Model Syllabi. CSWE Publication.
  13. Lewis, E. A., Gutierrez, L., Ortega, R., & Reed, B. (1999). Sample course outline: Social work with groups. In J. Figueira-McDonough, F. E. Netting, A. Nichols-Casebolt (Eds.), Integrating Gender in the Social Work Core Curriculum: A Collection of Course Outlines. Alexandria, VA.: CSWE Press.
  14. Reed, B. G., & Leavitt, M. (1998). Modified wraparound and women offenders: A community corrections continuum. The ICCA Journal on Community Corrections 18-23.
  15. Lewis, E. A., Gutierrez, L., Reed, B. G., & Ortega, R. (1998). Teaching about groups in a gendered world: Toward curricular transformation in group work education. In J. Figueira-McDonough, A. Nichols-Casebolt, & E. Netting (Eds.), The Role of Gender in Practice Knowledge: Reclaiming Half of the Human Experience 170-204. New York: Garland.
  16. Reed, B. G., Fazzone, P. A., & Holton, J. K. (1997). Substance Abuse Treatment and Domestic Violence. Rockville, MD: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series, 25 [DHHS Pub. No. (SMA) 97-3163].
  17. Reed, B. G. (1996). Faculty initiatives and institutional change. The Diversity Factor, 5(1), 12-16.
  18. Reed, B. G., Newman, P., Suarez, Z., & Lewis, E. A. (1996). Interpersonal practice beyond diversity and towards social justice: The importance of critical consciousness. In B. Seabury, & C. Garvin (Eds.), Interpersonal Practice (2nd ed.). 44-78. Allyn & Bacon.
  19. Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. (1996). Feminist psychodynamic group psychotherapy: The application of principles. In B. de Chant (Ed.), Women and Group Psychotherapy: Theory, and Practice 127-156. Guilford Press.
  20. Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. (1996). Feminist thought and group psychotherapy: Feminist principles as praxis. In B. de Chant (Ed.), Women and Group Psychotherapy: Theory, and Practice 15-49. Guilford Press.
  21. Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. (1995). Sources and visions for feminist group work: Reflective processes, social justice, diversity and connection. In N. Van Den Bergh (Ed.), Feminist Visions for Social Work 41-69. Washington, DC: National Association of Social Workers.
  22. Reed, B. G. (1994). Women and alcohol, tobacco and other drugs: The need to broaden the base within EAPs. Employee Assistance Quarterly, 9(3/4), 179-201.
  23. Reed, B. G., & Garvin, C. (1994). Small group theory and social work practice: Promoting diversity and social justice or recreating inequities? In R. Greene (Ed.), Human Behavior Theory and Social Work Practice: A Diversity Framework 173-202. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.
  24. Reed, B. G., Zucker, R., Bouknight, L, Glaser, F., & Schoener, G. (1994). Fundamentals of Alcohol and Other Drugs. Michigan Center for Substance Abuse Services.
  25. Reed, B. G. (1990). Linkages for women and girls among the use of alcohol/other drugs and...battering, sexual assault (rape), incest and child sexual abuse, teen pregnancy, and dropping out of school. In P. Roth (Ed.), Alcohol and Drugs Are Women's Issues. New York: Scarecrow Press.


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