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    Publications & Press

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    Robinson, A. M., Harvey, G., McDonald, M., & Honegger, T. Introducing single session therapy at a university counseling center. In M. F. Hoyt, J. Young, & P. Rycroft (Eds.), Single session thinking: Going global one step at a time. New York: Routledge. (In press)


    Stewart, J., McElheran, N., Park, H., Maclaurin, B., Fang, C., Oakander, M., & Robinson, A. (2018). Single Session Therapy by Walk-In or Appointment: Administrative, Clinical, and Supervisory Aspects of One-at-a-Time Services. Twenty-Five Years of Walk-In Single Sessions at the Eastside Family Centre: Clinical and Research Dimensions. In M.F. Hoyt, M. Bobele, A. Slive, J. Young, & M. Talmon (Eds.), Single-session therapy by walk-in or appointment: administrative, clinical, and supervisory aspects of one-at-a-time services. New York: Routledge.


    Okamoto, A., & Kazantzis, N. (2021). Alliance Ruptures in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: A Cognitive Conceptualization. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 77(2):384-397. doi: 10.1002/jclp.23116.


    Okamoto, A., Dattilio, F. M., Dobson, K. S., & Kazantzis, N. (2019). The therapeutic relationship in cognitive–behavioral therapy: Essential features and common challenges. Practice Innovations, 4(2), 112–123.


    Acculturation and Millennial Migration: A Cultural Congruence Framework L’acculturation et la migration des milléniaux : Un cadre de congruence Culturelle (April 2019)


    Let’s Talk About Stress: History of Stress Research (February 2018)


    Okamoto, A., Granato, H., & McFarr, L. (2017, November). Absences and lateness in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) groups in relation to contextual variables. Poster presented at the 21st Annual ISITDBT Conference, San Diego, CA.


    Stanick (Borntrager), C. Crosby, L., & McDonald, M. (2017). Family disruption (including parent relationship distress, disruption of family by separation or divorce, upbringing away from family, and uncomplicated bereavement). In S. Goldstein & M. DeVries (Eds.) Handbook of DSM-5 Disorders in Children and Adolescents. Springer: New York. 


    Dewey, D., McDonald, M., Boyd, S., Brown, W., Bunnell, B., & Schuldberg, S. (2015). The impact of ecological momentary assessment on posttraumatic stress symptom trajectory. Psychiatry Research, 230, 300-303.


    Who is distressed? A comparison of psychosocial stress in pregnancy across seven ethnicities (August 2016)


    Academic and Mental Health Needs of Students on a Canadian Campus Les besoins académiques et en santé mentale des étudiants sur un campus canadien (April 2016)


    Out of Order: To Debbie and Dave, Chris and Bill, MJ and John (May 2015)


    Ancestral exposure to stress epigenetically programs preterm birth risk and averse maternal and newborn outcomes (August 2014)


    Rostad, W., Silverman, P., & McDonald, M. (2014). Daddy’s little girl goes to college: An investigation of females’ perceived closeness with fathers and later risky behaviors. Journal of American College Health.


    McDonald, M., Borntrager, C., & Rostad, W. (2014). Measuring trauma: Considerations for assessing complex and non-traditional trauma for children and adolescents. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 15, 184-203. 


    Borntrager, C., Caringi, J., van den Pol, R., Crosby, L., O’Brien, K., Trautman, A., McDonald, M. (2012). Secondary traumatic stress among school personnel. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 5, 38-50.