Uncontrolled Studies Supporting FBT

1. Donohue, B., & Azrin, N. H. (2002). Family behavior therapy in a conduct-disordered and substance-abusing adolescent: A case example. Clinical Case Studies, 1(4), 299-323. doi:10.1177/153465002236506

 

2. Donohue, B. C., Allen, D. N., Romero, V., Herdzik, K., Lapota, H., Abdel Al, R., . . . Azrin, N. H. (2010). Concurrent treatment of substance abuse, child neglect, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and domestic violence: A case examination involving family behavior therapy. Clinical Case Studies, 9(2), 106-124. doi:10.1177/1534650109351928

 

3. Donohue, B., Chow, G., Pitts, M., Loughran, T., Schubert, K., Gavrilova, Y., Allen, D. (2015). Piloting A Family-Supported Approach to Concurrently Optimize Mental Health and Sport Performance in Athletes. Clinical Case Studies DOI: 10.1177/1534650114548311

 

4. Donohue, B. C., Hill, H. H., Allen, D. N., Romero, V., Powell, S., Van Hasselt, V. B., & Azrin, N. (2010). Family behavior therapy for use in child welfare: Results of a case study involving an abused woman formally diagnosed with alcohol dependence, bipolar disorder, and several anxiety disorders. Clinical Case Studies, 9(5), 353-368. doi:10.1177/1534650110383306

 

5. LaPota, H. B., Donohue, B., Warren, C. S., & Allen, D. N. (2011). Incorporating a healthy living curriculum within family behavior therapy: A clinical case example in a woman with a history of domestic violence, child neglect, drug abuse, and obesity. Journal of Family Violence, 26(3), 227-234. doi:10.1007/s10896-011-9358-4

 

6. Pitts, M., Donohue, B., Schubert, Chow, G., K. N., Lougrhan, T.,Gavrilova, Y. (2015). A systematic case examination of The Optimum Performance Program in Sports (TOPPS) in a combative sport, Clinical Case Studies, 14, 178 – 190.

 

7. Romero, V., Donohue, B., & Allen, D. N. (2010). Treatment of concurrent substance dependence, child neglect and domestic violence: A single case examination involving family behavior therapy. Journal of Family Violence, 25(3), 287-295. doi:10.1007/s10896-009-9291-y

 

8. Donohue, B., Pitts, M., Gavrilova, Y., Ayarza, A., & Cintron, K.I. (2013). A culturally sensitive approach to treating substance abuse in athletes using evidence-supported methods. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology. 7, 98-119.

 

9. Donohue, B., & Van Hasselt, V. (1999). Development and description of an empirically based ecobehavioral treatment program for child maltreatment. BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS, 14(2), 55-82.

10. Urgelles, J., Donohue, B., Wilks, C., Van Hasselt, V. B., & Azrin, N. H. (2012). A Standardized Method of Preventing and Managing Emergencies Within the Context of Evidence-Based Therapy Implementation. Behavior Modification, 36(4), 558–579. doi:10.1177/0145445512448192

11. Chow, G., Donohue, B., Pitts, M., Loughran, T., Schubert, K., Gavrilova, Y., & Diaz, E. (2015;2014;). Results of a single case controlled study of the optimum performance program in sports in a collegiate athlete. Clinical Case Studies, 14(3), 191-209. doi:10.1177/1534650114548313