Michael, Kurt

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Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Effective in Reducing Internalizing Symptoms in the Context of a Rural School Mental Health Program? 2013 2317 School mental health (SMH) programs provide an opportunity to serve adolescents who might otherwise not receive adequate mental health care. The effectiveness of the Assessment, Support, and Counseling (ASC) Center, a SMH program in rural western No...
Dose Response Effects of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in a Rural School Mental Health Program 2015 1289 School mental health (SMH) programs have been shown to be effective in providing empirically-based treatment to youth. However, a limitation of SMH programs is that they entail holiday breaks and typically do not operate over the summer, along with t...
Rate And Method Of Suicide Attempts In The US Between 1992 And 2010: Geographic And Demographic Differences 2017 693 It is widely recognized that one of the most effective suicide prevention strategies is to restrict access to highly lethal methods of suicide (e.g., firearms, pesticides). However, there is a paucity of recent studies that assess the potential corre...
The CALM Gatekeeper Training Is Associated With Increased Confidence In Suicide Prevention Skills Among A Sample Of Resident Assistants 2017 369 Suicide is a significant public health concern accounting for nearly 121 deaths per day. Many prevention programs focus on improving knowledge regarding suicide, yet most fail to address how individuals elect to harm themselves. In an attempt to addr...
The Relationship Between Perceived Criticism And Psychotherapy Outcome In A Sample Of Outpatient Adolescents 2018 988 Expressed emotion (EE), purportedly hostile, critical, and emotionally over-involved attitudes in relationships, has been implicated as a predictor of adolescent psychological outcomes (Peris & Miklowitz, 2015). An underlying construct of EE, perceiv...
Gender Differences, Social Roles, And Treatment Responses: Are Female Adolescents Better Responders In The Context Of School Mental Health? 2018 194 Though some studies with youth suggested that females might respond more favorably to psychotherapy than their male counterparts, other literature suggests there are no differences in improvement based on gender. The question of whether female adoles...
The Counseling On Access To Lethal Means (CALM) Gatekeeper Training Improves Confidence In Suicide Prevention Techniques Among A Sample Of Academic Advisors 2019 155 Suicide is a persistent public health problem in the United States. Currently, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death among the general US population. Efforts to address the suicide problem have been implemented, however, there is ample skeptici...
CALM CARPE Diem Gatekeeper Training For Resident Assistants 2020 43 Suicide prevention has become a focal point on college campuses as the concept of suicide prevention is more widely understood and epidemiological findings suggest that the rates of suicidal thoughts and behaviors among this population are increasing...