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- Ph.D., Social Welfare, School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University
- M.A., Sociology, Case Western Reserve University
Areas of Expertise
- Mental Health Services Research
- Severe Mental Illness
- Psychiatric Rehabilitation
- RCTs in Community-Based Settings
- Solomon, P., Molinaro, M., Mannion, E., Cantwell, K. (2012). Confidentiality policies and practices in regard to family involvement: Does training make a difference? American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 15, 97-115.
- Cullen, S. Solomon, P. (2011). Family Community Integration and Maternal Mental Health. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research.
- Kaplan, K., Salzer, M., Solomon, P., Brusilovskiy, E., Cousounis, P. (2011). Internet peer support for individuals with psychiatric disabilities: a randomized controlled trial. Social Science and Medicine, 72, 54-62.
- Solomon, P., Alexander, L., Uhl, S. (2010) The relationship of case managers’ expressed emotion to clients’ outcomes. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 45, 165-173.
- Solomon, P, Cavanaugh, M., Draine, J. (2009). Randomized Controlled Trials: Design and Implementation for Community-based Psychosocial Interventions, New York, Oxford University Press.
- Assessing the impact of an Internet-based parenting intervention for mothers with psychiatric disabilities: A randomized controlled trial
This study is part of the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabiities and is an educational and peer- support intervention to assist mothers with psychiatric disabilities facing the challenges of raising their children to ensure that they retain custody of their children.
- A randomized, controlled trial of an ‘inoculation against discrimination’ training intervention for African Americans with psychiatric disabilities
This study is also a part of the Temple University Collaborative. Experiences of daily race related stressors have a profound impact on the mental health status of African American (AA) clients with severe psychiatric disorders. Working with a local community mental health center, investigators are implementing an RCT to assess the effectiveness of Stress Inoculation Training (SIT) for AA clients to improve their coping skills with daily discriminatory stressors encountered, and consequently, improve their psychiatric symptoms.