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Recent Publications

Workshop/Training: Keep Your Head in the Game (PDF)

Research Review: Focal Point: Trauma-Informed Care (PDF)

Book Chapter: Challenges and Supports for Employed Parents of Children and Youth with Special Needs (Book Website)

Journal Article: Introduction to the Special Issue: Empirically-based Interventions for Emerging Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: A Theory of Change for Positive Developmental Approaches to Improving Outcomes Among Emerging Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: Better Futures: a Randomized Field Test of a Model for Supporting Young People in Foster Care with Mental Health Challenges to Participate in Higher Education Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: Meeting the Transition Needs of Urban American Indian/Alaska Native Youth through Culturally Based Services Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: Community and State Systems Change Associated with the Healthy Transitions Initiative Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: Predicting Positive Education Outcomes for Emerging Adults in Mental Health Systems of Care Author's manuscript (PDF)

Mentoring Program
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Our Underrepresented Researchers Mentoring Program provides training for individuals who historically have faced barriers in pursuing careers in social sciences research, and creates opportunities for young people with serious mental health conditions to enter careers as co-trainers in interdisciplinary mental health education and as peer support providers to young people.

This mentoring program offers research opportunities in young people's mental health to undergraduate and graduate students at Portland State University. The project identifies people who are underrepresented in research (people of color, young people who have experience using mental health services, and young people with disabilities). Participants receive training and access to supports and resources to become skilled and confident researchers.