The George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis, is pursuing a research agenda to improve mental health care in the social services.

This agenda is supported through a P30 award via the Advanced Centers for Interventions and Services Research (ACISR) funding mechanism.

  • THIS SHOULD BE HIDDEN
    Please join the CMHSR in welcoming Former First Lady Rosalyn Carter
    For a lecture and discussion—Within Our Reach: Our Challenges for Those Suffering from Mental Illness. On Monday, February 14, 2011 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. in Graham Chapel.

  • Improving Implementation Research Methods for Behavioral and Social Science
    Enola Proctor and Luis Zayas have each been invited to speak at a September 20-21 meeting Improving Implementation Research Methods for Behavioral and Social Science.

  • Jennifer Jolley to Receive Dissertation Award

  • Brown School receives grant to evaluate effectiveness of parent training program to treat behavior problems among high-risk children
    National Institute of Child Health and Human Development funding to test the impact of Pathways Triple P

  • Implementation Research Institute to advance the field of implementation science in mental health
    NIMH-funded training institute invites applicants

  • Brown School Names New Associate Deans
    Haire-Joshu named associate dean for research; Proctor named associate dean for faculty

  • Youth with autism coming of age: new NIMH study will focus on transitions in service use and coverage
    Paul Shattuck, PhD, receives five-year grant to study understand and address this issue

  • Are Missouri Therapists Underpaid by MO Healthnet?
    Dr. Curtis McMillen researches the amount of unreimbursed time MO Healthnet therapists are spending with clients.

  • Develop/Test a Web-Based Dissemination Tool (WDT) to Support Quality Implementation of Community-Based Mental Health EBIs for Youth
    Dr. Curtis McMillen’s recently funded NIMH project to create a highly innovative, web-based tool of community-based behavioral interventions that is applicable to a wide array of evidence based interventions.

  • Service Transitions among Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders
    Aging from adolescence to adulthood is a challenging developmental period for all youth, but it is especially difficult for youth with autism spectrum disorders.
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    Mental health colleagues:
    I hope you will join me on Wednesday January 22 at Psychiatry Grand Rounds to learn from and cheer on Dr. Shannon Lenze, a former CMHSR T32 post doc.  Shannon’s research is supported through the K award that she wrote while a post doc with CMHSR.  She is terrific!
     
    Enola