John C. Okiishi

Counseling Psychology Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, United States 
Counseling Psychology
"John Okiishi"
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Michael J. Lambert grad student 2000 BYU
 (Waiting for supershrink: An empirical analysis of therapist effects.)


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David Dayton grad student 2011 BYU
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Takara R, Beecher ME, Okiishi JC, et al. (2015) Translation of the Outcome Questionnaire-45 (OQ) into Japanese: A cultural adaptation. Psychotherapy Research : Journal of the Society For Psychotherapy Research. 1-13
Gottfredson NC, Bauer DJ, Baldwin SA, et al. (2014) Using a shared parameter mixture model to estimate change during treatment when termination is related to recovery speed. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 82: 813-27
Jakupcak M, Blais RK, Grossbard J, et al. (2014) "Toughness" in association with mental health symptoms among Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans seeking veterans affairs health care Psychology of Men and Masculinity. 15: 100-104
Jones MD, Etherage JR, Harmon SC, et al. (2012) Acceptability and cost-effectiveness of military telehealth mental health screening. Psychological Services. 9: 132-43
Harmon SC, Hoyt TV, Jones MD, et al. (2012) Postdeployment mental health screening: an application of the Soldier Adaptation Model. Military Medicine. 177: 366-73
Nielsen SL, Okiishi J, Nielsen DL, et al. (2009) Termination, Appointment Use, and Outcome Patterns Associated With Intake Therapist Discontinuity Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 40: 272-278
Okiishi JC, Lambert MJ, Eggett D, et al. (2006) An analysis of therapist treatment effects: toward providing feedback to individual therapists on their clients' psychotherapy outcome. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 62: 1157-72
Vermeersch DA, Whipple JL, Lambert MJ, et al. (2004) Outcome questionnire: Is it sensitive to changes in counseling center clients? Journal of Counseling Psychology. 51: 38-49
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