2017 Publications

Suicide Prevention in Community-Based Care: Evidence for the Importance of Resilience
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; October 1, 2017

The role of sexual abuse in trauma symptoms, delinquent and suicidal behaviors, and criminal justice outcomes among females in a juvenile justice diversion program
Krystel Tossone, PhD; Fredrick Butcher, PhD; Jeff Kretschmar, PhD
Violence Against Women; October 1, 2017

Medication assisted treatment: Experiences from the field
Margaret Baughman, PhD; Mark I. Singer, PhD
Perspectives on Social Work; September 1, 2017

How do you say it will be all right?
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Psychology Today; September 28, 2017

An epidemic about moral failure or a public health emergency?
Mark I. Singer, PhD
Akron Beacon Journal; August 18, 2017

You’ve got to be carefully taught
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Psychology Today; August 10, 2017

Offending patterns for serial sex offenders identified via the DNA testing of previously unsubmitted sexual assault kits
Rachel Lovell, PhD; Misty Luminais, PhD; Daniel J. Flannery, PhD; Laura T. Overman, Duoduo Huang, Tiffany M. Walker
Journal of Criminal Justice; August 6, 2017

Back to the future with community policing in Cleveland
Mark I. Singer, PhD
Cleveland Plain Dealer; July 23, 2017

Transitioning Illicit Drug Preferences and Identities in Ohio: The Proliferation of Methamphetamine Use among African-Americans
Karen Coen Flynn, PhD
Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse; July 5, 2017

StandUp: A program to prevent bullying
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Paradigm Summer

Preventing Youth Suicide: Research Collaborative Explores Evolving Strategies
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Cleveland Clinic, March 3, 2017

Concordance of parent- and child reported physical abuse following child protective services investigation
David L. Hussey, PhD
Child Maltreatment; February 2017

Bullets, Bucks, and the Bottom Line: Corporate Engagement in Violence Intervention and Economic Growth in Impoverished Neighborhoods
Mark S. Fleisher, PhD
Journal of Accounting and Finance

The Utility and Impact of ACHESS on Substance Abuse Treatment Adherence among Youth in an Intensive Outpatient Program
David L. Hussey, PhD; Karen Coen Flynn, PhD
Journal of Child and Adolescent Social Work

A Decade of Diversion: Ohio’s Behavioral Health Juvenile Justice Initiative
Jeff Kretschmar, PhD
Focal Point

2016 Publications

To Stop Bullying in Children, Show Them How to Get Along
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Psychology Today; November 18, 2016

Going where the kids are: Addressing high school bullying
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Social Work Today; November 17, 2016

Testing of backlogged rape evidence leads to hundreds of convictions
Rachel Lovell, PhD; Daniel J. Flannery, PhD
The Conversation; November 13, 2016

Fugitive Safe Surrender: A Qualitative Analysis of Participants’ Reasons for Surrender and Anticipated Outcomes
Joseph Galanek, Janelle Duda, Daniel J. Flannery, PhD; Jeff Kretschmar, PhD; Fredrick Butcher, PhD
Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, November 2016

Why Asking ‘Where’ Matters When Working with Youth Exposed to Violence
Fredrick Butcher, PhD
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange; October 26, 2016

Bullying Prevention: a Summary of the Report of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Daniel J. Flannery, PhD
Prevention Science; October 2016

Back to School Is a Trusting Time
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Psychology Today; August 28, 2016

Children and Families Forum: Treatment Instead of Serving Time
Jeff Kretschmar, PhD
Social Work Today, July/August 2016

Development and Validation of the Gatekeeper Behavior Scale
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD
Crisis, July 2016

Patterns of Poly Victimization in a Sample of At-Risk Youth
Jeff Kretschmar, PhD; Krystel Tossone, PhD; Daniel J. Flannery, PhD
Journal of Child Abuse and Trauma, June 2016

Validating the Ohio Scales in a Juvenile Sample of Youth With Behavioral Issues
Jeff Kretschmar, PhD; Krystel Tossone, PhD; Fredrick Butcher, PhD; Leon A. Harris III, PhD
Journal of Child and Family Studies, April 2016

Here’s how witnessing violence harms children’s mental health
Daniel J. Flannery, PhD; Mark Singer, PhD
The Conversation, March 2016

Pilot Test of StandUp, an Online School-Based Bullying Prevention Program
Jane Timmons-Mitchell, PhD; Leon A. Harris III, PhD; Daniel J. Flannery, PhD
Children & Schools, February 2016

The Impact of Bullying and Cyberbullying on Depression and Suicidality
Jeff Kretschmar, PhD; Fredrick Butcher, Daniel J. Flannery
Development and Public Health Perspectives on Suicide Prevention: An Integrated Approach, 2016

Preventing Suicide in Youth
Screening for suicidality among youth with epilepsy: Real-world data suggest it can save lives
Jane Timmons-Mitchell
Cleveland Clinic Neuroscience Pathways / Pediatric Perspectives, 2016

2015 Publications

The impact of neighborhood disorganization on neighborhood exposure to violence, trauma symptoms, and social relationships among at-risk youth 
Fredrick Butcher, Joseph D. Galanek, Jeff M. Kretschmar, Daniel J. Flannery
Social Science & Medicine, December 2015

Responding to the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Needs of Youth in the Juvenile System
Jeff M. Kretschmar, Fredrick Butcher, Patrick Kanary, Rebecca (Devens) Bray
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, November 2015

Gangs and Drugs: Connection, Divergence, and Culture
Mark Fleisher
The Handbook of Gangs, September 2015

The Culture of Violence: Language, Culture, and Worldview of Prison Rape
Mark Fleisher
Qualitative Research in Criminology, August 2015

Does Inside Out accurately capture the mind of an 11 year old girl? A child psychologist weighs in
Jane Timmons-Mitchell
The Conversation, June 2015

Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children in an At-Risk Sample of Youth 
Fredrick Butcher, Jeff M. Kretschmar, Mark I. Singer, Daniel J. Flannery
Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, Summer 2015

Correctional Officers and the Incarcerated Mentally Ill: Responses to Psychiatric Illness in Prison
Joseph Galanek
Medical Anthropology Quarterly, March 2015

Why Do We Place Our Most Vulnerable Prisoners in Solitary?
Joseph Galanek
The Crime Report, February 2015

Rural Pastor Initiative: Addressing Isolation and Burnout in Rural Ministry
Rachel Lovell
Pastoral Psychology, February 2015

We Can End the Abuse of Mentally Ill Inmates 
Joseph Galanek
The Crime Report, January 2015