Amy N. Mendenhall, Ph.D.

2007 Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Clinical Psychology, Social Work
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Theresa Early grad student 2007 Ohio State
 (Patterns and predictors of service utilization of children with mood disorders: Effects of a multi-family psychoeducation program.)
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Grube W, Mendenhall AN. (2016) Adolescent mental health case management: Provider perspectives Social Work in Mental Health. 1-23
MacPherson HA, Algorta GP, Mendenhall AN, et al. (2014) Predictors and moderators in the randomized trial of multifamily psychoeducational psychotherapy for childhood mood disorders. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology : the Official Journal For the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53. 43: 459-72
Mendenhall AN, Fontanella CA, Hiance DL, et al. (2014) Factors associated with treatment attrition for Medicaid-enrolled youth with serious emotional disturbances Children and Youth Services Review. 40: 20-28
Mendenhall AN, Kapp SA, Rand A, et al. (2013) Theory meets practice: the localization of wraparound services for youth with serious emotional disturbance. Community Mental Health Journal. 49: 793-804
Mendoza NS, Resko SM, De Luca SM, et al. (2013) Social work and postdoctoral experience Social Work Research. 37: 76-80
Mendenhall AN, Demeter C, Findling RL, et al. (2011) Mental health service use by children with serious emotional and behavioral disturbance: results from the LAMS study. Psychiatric Services (Washington, D.C.). 62: 650-8
Mendenhall AN, Fristad MA, Early TJ. (2009) Factors influencing service utilization and mood symptom severity in children with mood disorders: effects of multifamily psychoeducation groups (MFPGs). Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 77: 463-73
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