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School of Social Work Research Publications for Shannon M. Blajeski

  1. Smith, M. J., Parham, B., Mitchell, J., Blajeski, S., Harrington, M., Ross, B., Brydon, D. M., Johnson, J. E., Cuddeback, G., Smith, J. D., Bell, M. D., McGeorge, R., Kaminsky, K., Suganuma, A., & Kubiak, S. P. (2022). Virtual reality job interview training for adults receiving prison-based employment services: A randomized controlled feasibility and initial effectiveness trial. Criminal Justice and Behavior.
  2. Smith, M. J., Smith, J. D., Blajeski, S., Ross, B., Jordan, N., Bell, M. D., McGurk, S., Mueser, K. T., Burke-Miller, J., Oulvey, E. A., Fleming, M. F., Nelson, K., Brown, A., Prestipino, J., Pashka, N., & Razzano, L. A. (2022). An RCT of virtual reality job interview training for persons with serious mental illness in IPS supported employment. Psychiatric Services.
  3. Ustel, K. P., Smith, M. J., Blajeski, S., Johnson, J. M., Butler, V. G., Nicolia-Adkins, J., Ortquist, M. J., Razzano, L. A., & Lapidos, A. (2021). Acceptability and feasibility of peer specialist-delivered virtual reality job interview training for individuals with serious mental illness: a qualitative study. Journal of Technology in Human Services.
  4. Smith, M. J., Sherwood, K., Blajeski, S., Ross, B., Smith, J. D., Jordan, N., Dawalt, L., Bishop, L., & Atkins, M. S. (2021). Job interview and vocational outcomes among transition-age youth receiving special education pre-employment transition services. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
  5. Smith, M. J., Mitchell, J., Blajeski, S., Parham, B., Harrington, M., Ross, B., Sinco, B., Brydon, D. M., Johnson, J. E., Cuddeback, G. S., Smith, J. D., Jordan, N., Bell, M. D., McGeorge, R., Kaminski, K., Suganuma, A., & Kubiak, S. (2020). Enhancing vocational training in corrections: A type 1 hybrid randomized controlled trial to evaluate virtual reality job interview training among returning citizens preparing for community re-entry. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications.
  6. Melton, R., Blajeski, S. & Glasser, D. (2020). Understanding individual and family experiences associated with DUP: Lessons from the Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA) Program in Oregon, USA. Community Mental Health Journal, 56(6), 1121-1127.
  7. Blajeski, S. (2020). Family support, forming careers, & breaking the disability mindset: implications for addressing structural barriers to employment pathways in coordinated specialty care for first-episode psychosis. Social Work in Mental Health, 18(5), 461-481.
  8. Leickly, E., McDonell, M., Monroe-DeVita, M., Peterson, R., Oluwoye, O., Hughes, M., Blajeski, S., Roskelley, J., Kopelvich, S, Moore, C. & Blair, T. (2017). Washington State New Journeys program for young adults experiencing first episode psychosis: pilot results. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 43(Suppl1), S258.
  9. Manthey, T., Blajeski, S., & Monroe-DeVita, M. (2012). Motivational interviewing and assertive community treatment: A case for training ACT teams. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 16(1), 5-16.
  10. Blajeski, S., Klodnick, V. V., Caruso, N., & Sale, T. G. (in press). How early stigmatizing experiences, peer connections, and peer spaces influenced pathways to employment or education after a first-episode of psychosis. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.

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