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School of Social Work Research Publications for Lindsay A. Bornheimer

  1. Bornheimer, L. A., Cobia, D. J., Li Verdugo, J., Holzworth, J. & Smith M. J. (2022). Clinical insight and cognitive functioning as mediators in the relationships between symptoms of psychosis, depression, and suicide ideation in first-episode psychosis. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 147, 85-93.
  2. Bornheimer, L. A., Wojtalik, J., Li, J, Cobia, D., & Smith, M. J. (2021). Suicidal ideation in first-episode psychosis: Considerations for depression, positive symptoms, clinical insight, and cognition. Schizophrenia Research, 228, 298-304.
  3. Li, J., Bornheimer, L. A., Fernandez, L., & Dagher, J. (2021). The relationships between risk-taking, depression and alcohol use in the experience of suicidal ideation among adults in the general population. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention.
  4. Bornheimer, L. A., Acri, M., Li Verdugo, J., & McKay, M. (2021). Family processes and mental health among children and caregivers in a family strengthening program. Journal of Child and Family Studies.
  5. Smith, M. J., Bornheimer, L. A., Li, J., Blajeski, S., Hiltz, B., Fischer, D. J., Check, K., & Ruffolo, M. (2021). Computerized clinical training simulations with virtual clients abusing alcohol: Initial feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness. Clinical Social Work Journal, 49, 184-196.
  6. Flaherty, H. B. Bornheimer, L. A., Hamovitch, E., Garay, E., Mini, M., Acri, M., & McKay, M. (2021). Examining organizational factors supporting the adoption and use of evidence-based interventions. Community Mental Health Journal, 57(6), 1187-1194.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Yarrington, J. A., LeBeau, R. T., Ruiz, J., Bornheimer, L. A., Himle, J., & Craske, M. G. (2020). Exploring factors related to suicide risk in a unique sample of socially anxious job seekers. The Behavior Therapist, 43(8), 325-334.
  12. 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, 71(8), 829-838.
  13. 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.
  14. Zhang, A., Bornheimer, L. A., Weaver, A., Franklin, C., Hai, A., Guz, S., & Shen, L. (2020). 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, 42, 1117-1141.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. 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.
  20. 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.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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.
  24. Bornheimer, L. A., Acri, M., Parchment, T., & McKay, M. (2018). Provider attitudes, organizational readiness for change, and uptake of research supported treatment. Research on Social Work Practice.
  25. Bornheimer, L. A., Acri, M., Gopalan, G, & McKay, M. (2018). Barriers to service utilization and child mental health treatment attendance among poverty-affected families. Psychiatric Services.

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