D G Dyck
Affiliation: Washington State University
- Service use among patients with schizophrenia in psychoeducational multiple-family group treatmentDennis G Dyck
Washington State University Spokane, Washington Institute for Mental Illness Research and Training, Medical Lake 99022, USA
Psychiatr Serv 53:749-54. 2002....
- Management of negative symptoms among patients with schizophrenia attending multiple-family groupsD G Dyck
Washington Institute for Mental Illness Research and Training, Medical Lake, Washington 99022 0045, USA
Psychiatr Serv 51:513-9. 2000..Outcomes for negative symptoms over a one-year period were examined in two groups of patients, one receiving psychoeducational multiple-family group treatment and one receiving standard care...
- A test of the reliability and validity of the Multnomah Community Ability ScaleM Hendryx
The Washington Institute for Mental Illness Research and Training, Washington State University, Spokane 99203, USA
Community Ment Health J 37:157-68. 2001..If only the total MCAS is of interest to users, the authors recommend using the single-item SOFAS rather than the 17-item MCAS...
- Predicting rehospitalization and outpatient services from administration and clinical databasesMichael S Hendryx
Washington Institute for Mental Illness Research and Training, Washington State University, 310 N Riverpoint Blvd, P O Box 1495, Spokane, WA 99210, USA
J Behav Health Serv Res 30:342-51. 2003..36 and .34, respectively). Clinical indicators such as assessment of functioning and co-occurring substance use disorder should be considered for inclusion in predicting rehospitalization...
- Unlinking disability income, substance use and adverse outcomes in dually diagnosed, severely mentally ill outpatientsRichard K Ries
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA 98107, USA
Am J Addict 13:390-7. 2004..Findings suggest that combined treatment/benefit management programs are clinically feasible and effective in stabilizing patients and keeping them in treatment...
- Impact of multiple-family groups for outpatients with schizophrenia on caregivers' distress and resourcesNicholas A Hazel
Washington Institute for Mental Illness: Research and Training, Washington State University, Spokane, Washington 99210-1495, USA
Psychiatr Serv 55:35-41. 2004..CONCLUSIONS: Multiple-family group treatment reduced caregivers' distress but did not increase caregivers' resources relative to standard psychiatric care...
- Burden in schizophrenia caregivers: impact of family psychoeducation and awareness of patient suicidalityMichael G McDonell
Eastern Branch, The Washington Institute for Mental Illness: Research and Training, Washington State University-Spokane, 310 North Riverpoint Boulevard, P.O. Box 1495, Spokane, Washington 99210, USA
Fam Process 42:91-103. 2003..Discussions focus on the relationship between burden and its predictors, and possible reasons why MFGT did not decrease burden. Modifications are proposed that may increase the impact of MFGT...
- Use of case manager ratings and weekly urine toxicology tests among outpatients with dual diagnosesRichard K Ries
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, Harborview Mental Health Services, Seattle 98104, USA
Psychiatr Serv 53:764-6. 2002..These findings have implications for monitoring patients with dual diagnoses and provide insight into the accuracy of case manager ratings...
- Outcomes of managing disability benefits among patients with substance dependence and severe mental illnessRichard K Ries
Department of Psychiatry, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98104, USA
Psychiatr Serv 55:445-7. 2004..Patients and case managers who participated in the study reported that they found the management strategy to be acceptable and useful...
- Multiple-family group treatment as an effective intervention for children with psychological disordersMichael G McDonell
The Washington Institute for Mental Illness, Research and Training, Spokane, WA, USA
Clin Psychol Rev 24:685-706. 2004..Suggestions for future research are made, focusing on a structured and scientific approach to establishing MFGT as an empirically supported intervention for children...
- Multiple-family group treatment of outpatients with schizophrenia: impact on service utilizationMichael G McDonell
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, School of Medicine, USA
Fam Process 45:359-73. 2006..These findings add to other outcomes from this study that demonstrate decreased psychiatric symptoms and caregiver distress...
- Adapting multiple-family group treatment for brain and spinal cord injury intervention development and preliminary outcomesMartina L Rodgers
Psychology Department, Washington State University, Spokane, WA 99210, USA
Am J Phys Med Rehabil 86:482-92. 2007..The purpose of the present field-initiated development project was to adapt a family psychoeducation model, multiple-family group treatment (MFGT), for persons with brain and spinal cord injury and their families...