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Gary R. Bond    last updated:  Jan 2007
     
Department of Psychology  Phone: (317) 274-6752
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Fax: (317) 274-6756
402 North Blackford Street email: gbond@iupui.edu
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3275 http://psych.iupui.edu/Users/gbond/bond.htm

 

 

Education

 

Michigan State University, B.S., 1966, Mathematics 

University of Chicago, M.A., 1972, Psychology

University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1975, Psychology

 

Professional Experience

1975 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry, Stanford
1976-1979  Research Associate, Dept. of Behavioral Sciences, U. of Chicago
1977-1983 

Assistant to Associate Professor, Dept of Psychiatry, Northwestern University

1979-1983 Director of Research, Thresholds, Chicago
1983-1990

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

1990-present Professor, Department of Psychology, IUPUI
1994-1995

Sabbatical -- Visiting Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School & NH-Dartmouth PRC

2000-present Chancellor's Professor, Department of Psychology, IUPUI
2007-present Sabbatical -- Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center

 

 

Administrative Positions

 

1983-1997                   Director, Clinical Rehabilitation Psychology Program, IUPUI

2002-2003                   Director, Illinois Psychiatric Rehabilitation Training Institute http://psych.iupui.edu/IPRTI/

 

 

 

Hong Kong trip (summer, 2001)

 

Gary, Wah (Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong), and my wife Karli

Awards and Honors

 

1987                            American Rehabilitation Counseling Association Award

                                    for Outstanding Research in Rehabilitation Counseling

1989-1994                   Research Scientist Development Award, National Institute of Mental Health

1990                            Roger Barker Distinguished Research Award

                                    American Psychological Association (Rehabilitation Psychology Division)

1991                            School of Science Research Award

                                    Purdue University School of Science at Indianapolis

1993                            Keystone Founder Award

                                    National Association of Case Management

1993                            Armin Loeb Research Award

                                    International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services

1996                            Employment and Education Award, Mayor's Council on Disabilities

                                    (for Indiana Human Service Training Project)

1996                            IUPUI School of Science Spotlight Lecture

1996-2001                   Research Scientist Development Award, National Institute of Mental Health

2005                            "Hero in the Fight" Award, Mental Health Association of Indiana

 

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Wainer, H., & Bond, G. R. (1971). A 360/75 FORTRAN program for stem and leaf diagrams and third generation statistics. Behavioral Science , 16 , 422-423.
  2. Wainer, H., & Bond, G. R. (1972). Blurring. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice , 9 , 9-10.
  3. Wainer, H., & Bond, G. R. (1973). CATJUD: An IBM FORTRAN IV program using the method of successive intervals. Behavioral Science , 18 , 223-225.
  4. Lieberman, M. A., & Bond, G. R. (1976). The problem of being a woman: A survey of 1,700 women in consciousness-raising groups. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science , 12 , 363-379.
  5. Bloch, S. T., Bond, G. R., Qualls, B., Yalom, I. D. , & Zimmerman, E. (1976). Patients' expectancy of therapeutic improvement and their outcome. American Journal of Psychiatry , 133 , 1457-1460.
  6. Yalom, I. D. , Bond, G. R., Bloch, S. T., Zimmerman, E., & Friedman, L. (1977). The impact of a weekend group experience on individual therapy. Archives of General Psychiatry , 34 , 399-415.
  7. Bloch, S. T., Bond, G. R., Yalom, I. D. , Qualls, B., & Zimmerman, E. (1977). The evaluation of psychotherapy by independent judges. British Journal of Psychiatry , 131 , 410-414.
  8. Yalom, I. D. , Bloch, S. T., Bond, G. R., Qualls, B., & Zimmerman, E. (1978). Alcoholics in interactional group therapy. Archives of General Psychiatry , 35 , 419-425.
  9. Lieberman, M. A., & Bond, G. R. (1978). Self-help groups: Problems of measuring outcome. Small Group Behavior , 9 , 221-242.
  10. Bond, G. R., & Lieberman, M. A. (1978). Selection criteria for group therapy. In K. Brodie & P. Brady (Eds.), Controversy in psychiatry (pp. 679-702). Philadelphia : W. B. Saunders Co.
  11. Bond, G. R., Bloch, S. T., & Yalom, I. D. (1979). A target problem approach to outcome measurement. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice , 16 , 48-54.
  12. Lieberman, M. A., Solow, N., Bond, G. R., & Reibstein, J. (1979). The therapeutic impact of women's consciousness-raising groups. Archives of General Psychiatry , 36 , 161-169.
  13. Bond, G. R., & Reibstein, J. (1979). Changing goals in women's consciousness-raising. In M. A. Lieberman & L. D. Borman (Eds.), Self-help groups for coping with crisis (pp. 95-115). San Francisco : Jossey-Bass.
  14. Bond, G. R., Borman, L. D., Bankoff, E., Daiter, S., Lieberman, M. A., & Videka, L. (1979). Mended Hearts: A self-help case study. Social Policy , 16 , 48-54.
  15. Bond, G. R. (1984). Positive and negative norm regulation and their relationship to group size. Group , 8 , 35-44.
  16. Bond, G. R. (1984). An economic analysis of psychosocial rehabilitation. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 35 , 356-362.
  17. Bond, G. R., Dincin, J., Setze, P. J., & Witheridge, T. F. (1984). The effectiveness of psychiatric rehabilitation: A summary of research at Thresholds. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal , 7 (4), 6-22.
  18. Setze, P. J., & Bond, G. R. (1985). Psychiatric recidivism in a psychosocial rehabilitation setting: A survival analysis. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 36 , 521-524.
  19. Bond, G. R., Witheridge, T. F., Setze, P. J., & Dincin, J. (1985). Preventing rehospitalization of clients in a psychosocial rehabilitation agency. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 36 , 993-995.
  20. Bond, G. R., & Dincin, J. (1986). Accelerating entry into transitional employment in a psychosocial rehabilitation agency. Rehabilitation Psychology , 31 , 143-155.
  21. Bond, G. R., & Friedmeyer, M. H. (1987). Predictive validity of situational assessment at a psychiatric rehabilitation center. Rehabilitation Psychology , 32 , 99-112.
  22. Bond, G. R. (1987). Supported work as a modification of the transitional employment model for clients with psychiatric disabilities. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal , 11 (2), 55-73.
  23. Bond, G. R., Miller, L. D., Krumwied, R. D., & Ward, R. S. (1988). Assertive case management in three CMHCs: A controlled study. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 39 , 411-418.
  24. Bond, G. R., Witheridge, T. F., Wasmer, D., Dincin, J., McRae, S. A., Mayes, J., & Ward, R. S. (1989). A comparison of two crisis housing alternatives to psychiatric hospitalization. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 40 , 177-183.
  25. Bond, G. R., & De Graaf-Kaser, R. (1990). Group approaches for persons with severe mental illness. Social Work with Groups , 13 (1), 21-36.
  26. Bond, G. R., Witheridge, T. F., Dincin, J., Wasmer, D., Webb, J., & De Graaf-Kaser, R. (1990). Assertive community treatment for frequent users of psychiatric hospitals in a large city: A controlled study. American Journal of Community Psychology , 18 , 865-891.
  27. Bond, G. R., Witheridge, T. F., Dincin, J., & Wasmer, D. (1991). Assertive community treatment: Correcting some misconceptions. American Journal of Community Psychology , 19 , 41-51.
  28. Bond, G. R., & McDonel, E. C. (1991). Vocational rehabilitation outcomes for persons with psychiatric disabilities: An update. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation , 1 (3), 9-20.
  29. Bond, G. R., Pensec, M., Dietzen, L., McCafferty, D., Giemza, R., & Sipple, H. W. (1991). Intensive case management for frequent users of psychiatric hospitals in a large city: A comparison of team and individual caseloads. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal , 15 (1), 90-98.
  30. Bond, G. R., McDonel, E. C., Miller, L. D., & Pensec, M. (1991). Assertive community treatment and reference groups: An evaluation of their effectiveness for young adults with serious mental illness and substance abuse problems. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal , 15 (2), 31-43.
  31. Bond, G. R. (1991). Variations in an assertive outreach model. New Directions for Mental Health Services , 52 , 65-80.
  32. Halter, C. A., Bond, G. R., & De Graaf-Kaser, R. (1992). How treatment of persons with serious mental illness is portrayed in undergraduate psychology textbooks. Community Mental Health Journal , 28 , 29-42.
  33. Dietzen, L. L., & Bond, G. R. (1993). Relationship between case manager contact and outcome for frequently hospitalized psychiatric clients. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 44 , 839-843.
  34. Schultheis, A. M., & Bond, G. R. (1993). Situational assessment ratings of work behaviors: Changes across time and between settings. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal , 17 (2), 107-119.
  35. Levstek, D. A., & Bond, G. R. (1993). Housing cost, quality, and satisfaction among formerly homeless persons with serious mental illness in two cities. Innovations and Research , 2 (3), 1-8.
  36. Bond, G. R. (1994). Case management and psychosocial rehabilitation: Can they be synergistic? Community Mental Health Journal , 30 , 341-346.
  37. Bond, G. R. (1994). The role of drop-in centers in mental health services. Innovations and Research , 3 (1), 46-47.
  38. McGrew, J. H., Bond, G. R., Dietzen, L. L., & Salyers, M. P. (1994). Measuring the fidelity of implementation of a mental health program model. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology , 62 , 670-678.
  39. Cates, J. A., Bond G. R., & Graham L. L. (1994). AIDS knowledge, attitudes, and risk behavior among people with serious mental illness. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal , 17 (4), 19-29.
  40. Bond, G. R., McGrew, J. H., & Fekete, D. M. (1995). Assertive outreach for frequent users of psychiatric hospitals: A meta-analysis. Journal of Mental Health Administration , 22 , 4-16.
  41. McGrew, J. H., & Bond, G. R. (1995). Critical ingredients of assertive community treatment: Judgments of the experts. Journal of Mental Health Administration , 22 , 113-125.
  42. Bond, G. R., Dietzen, L. L., Vogler, K. M., Katuin, C. H., McGrew, J. H., & Miller, L. D. (1995). Toward a framework for evaluating costs and benefits of psychiatric rehabilitation: Three case examples. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation , 5 , 75-88.
  43. Gervey, R., Parrish, A., & Bond, G. R. (1995). Survey of exemplary supported employment programs for persons with psychiatric disabilities. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation , 5 , 115-125.
  44. Bond, G. R., Dietzen, L. L., McGrew, J. H., & Miller, L. D. (1995). Accelerating entry into supported employment for persons with severe psychiatric disabilities. Rehabilitation Psychology , 40 , 91-111.
  45. McGrew, J. H., Bond, G. R., Dietzen, L. L., McKasson, M., & Miller, L. D. (1995). A multi-site study of client outcomes in assertive community treatment. Psychiatric Services , 46, 696-701.
  46. Bond, G. R., Mintz, J., & McHugo, G. J. (1995). Statistical guidelines for the Archives of PM&R. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation , 76 , 784-787.
  47. Bond, G. R., Clark, R. E., & Drake, R. E. (1995). Cost effectiveness of psychiatric rehabilitation. Psychotherapy and Rehabilitation Research Bulletin , 4 , 26-31.
  48. McGrew, J. H., Wilson, R., & Bond, G. R. (1996). Client perspectives on helpful ingredients of assertive community treatment. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal , 19 (3), 13-21.
  49. Becker, D. R., Drake, R. E., Farabaugh, A., & Bond, G. R. (1996). Job preferences of clients with severe psychiatric disorders participating in supported employment programs. Psychiatric Services , 47 , 1223-1226.
  50. Dilk, M. N., & Bond, G. R. (1996). Meta-analytic evaluation of skills training research for individuals with severe mental illness. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology , 64 , 1337-1346.
  51. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., Mueser, K. T., & Becker, D. R. (1997). An update on supported employment for people with severe mental illness. Psychiatric Services , 48, 335-346.
  52. Bond, G. R., Becker, D. R., Drake, R. E., & Vogler, K. M. (1997). A fidelity scale for the Individual Placement and Support model of supported employment. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin , 40 , 265-284.
  53. Mueser, K. T., Becker, D. R., Torrey, W. C., Xie, H., Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., & Dain, B. J. (1997). Work and nonvocational domains of functioning in persons with severe mental illness: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease , 185 , 419-426.
  54. Mueser, K. T., Drake, R. E., & Bond, G. R. (1997). Recent advances in psychiatric rehabilitation for patients with severe mental illness. Harvard Review of Psychiatry , 5 , 123-137.
  55. McGrew, J. H., & Bond, G. R. (1997). The association between program characteristics and service delivery in assertive community treatment. Administration and Policy in Mental Health , 25 , 175-189.
  56. McDonel, E. C., Bond, G. R., Salyers, M. P., Fekete, D. M., Chen, A., McGrew, J. H., & Miller, L. D. (1997). Implementing assertive community treatment programs in rural settings. Administration and Policy in Mental Health , 25 , 153-174.
  57. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., & Becker, D. R. (1997). Intégration dans la communauté des patients ayant des troubles mentaux sévères. L'Information Psychiatrique , 8 , 797-805.
  58. Becker, D. R., Drake, R. E., Bond, G. R., Xie, H., Dain, B. J., & Harrison, K. (1998). Job terminations among persons with severe mental illness participating in supported employment. Community Mental Health Journal , 34 , 71-82.
  59. Mueser, K. T., Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., & Resnick, S. G. (1998). Models of community care for severe mental illness: A review of research on case management. Schizophrenia Bulletin , 24 , 37-74.
  60. Fekete, D. M., Bond, G. R., McDonel, E. C., Salyers, M. P., Chen, A., & Miller, L. D. (1998). Rural assertive community treatment: A field experiment. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal , 21 , 371-379.
  61. Teague, G. B., Bond, G. R., & Drake, R. E. (1998). Program fidelity in assertive community treatment: Development and use of a measure. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry , 68, 216-232.
  62. Salyers, M. P., Masterton, T. W., Fekete, D. M., Picone, J. J., & Bond, G. R. (1998). Transferring clients from intensive case management: Impact on client functioning. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry , 68, 233-245.
  63. McHugo, G. J., Hargreaves, W. A., Drake, R. E., Clark, R. E., Xie, H., Bond, G. R., & Burns, B. J. (1998). Methodological issues in assertive community treatment studies. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry , 68 , 246-260.
  64. Bond, G. R. (1998). Principles of the Individual Placement and Support Model: Empirical support. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 22 (1), 11-23.
  65. Drake, R. E., Mercer-McFadden, C., Mueser, K. T., McHugo, G. J., & Bond, G. R. (1998). Treatment of substance abuse in patients with severe mental illness: A review of recent research. Schizophrenia Bulletin , 24 , 589-608.
  66. Boyer, S. L., & Bond, G. R. (1999). Does assertive community treatment reduce burnout? A comparison with traditional case management. Mental Health Services Research , 1 , 31-45.
  67. Drake, R. E., McHugo, G. J., Bebout, R. R., Becker, D. R., Harris, M., Bond, G. R., & Quimby, E. (1999). A randomized clinical trial of supported employment for inner-city patients with severe mental illness. Archives of General Psychiatry , 56 , 627-633.
  68. Bond, G. R., & Meyer, P. S. (1999). The role of medications in the employment of people with schizophrenia. Journal of Rehabilitation , 65 (4), 9-16.
  69. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., Becker, D. R., & Mueser, K. T. (1999). Effectiveness of psychiatric rehabilitation approaches for employment of people with severe mental illness. Journal of Disability Policy Studies , 10 (1), 18-52.
  70. Marshall , M., Bond, G. R., Stein, L., Hoult, J., Craig, T., Huxley, P., McGrew, J., Warner, R., Olsen, M., Diamond, R., Shepherd, G., Latimer, E., Goering, P., Meisler, N., Rosen, A., & Test, M. (1999). The PRiSM Psychosis Study -- Design limitations, mistaken conclusions (Editorial). British Journal of Psychiatry, 175 , 501-503.
  71. Lysaker, P. H., Marks, K. A., Picone, J. J., Rollins, A. L., Fastenau, P., & Bond, G. R. (2000). Obsessive and compulsive symptoms in schizophrenia: Clinical and neurocognitive correlates. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease , 188 , 78-83.
  72. Bond, G. R., Evans, L., Salyers, M. P., Williams, J., & Kim, H. K. (2000). Measurement of fidelity in psychiatric rehabilitation. Mental Health Services Research , 2 , 75-87.
  73. Mueser, K. T., & Bond, G. R. (2000). Psychosocial treatment approaches for schizophrenia. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 13 , 27-35.
  74. Drake, R. E., Bond, G. R., & Torrey, W. C. (2000). Psychiatry and rehabilitation. Community Mental Health Journal , 36 , 617-619.
  75. Bond, G. R., Picone, J., Mauer, B., Fishbein, S., & Stout, R. (2000). The Quality of Supported Employment Implementation Scale. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation , 14 , 201-212.
  76. Revell, G., Kregel, J., Wehman, P., & Bond, G. R. (2000). Cost effectiveness of supported employment programs: What we need to do to improve outcomes. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation , 14 , 173-178.
  77. Mueser, K.T., Bond, G. R., Drake, R.E. (2000). UNA RESEÑA DEL TRATAMIENTO PSICOSOCIAL DE LOS TRASTORNOS MENTALES SEVEROS. Vertex, 11 (Supplement 2), 31-47.
  78. Drake, R. E., Mueser, K. T., Torrey, W. C., Miller, A. F., Lehman, A., Bond, G. R., Goldman, H. H., & Leff, H. S. (2000). Evidence-based treatment of schizophrenia. Current Psychiatry Reports, 2 , 393-397.
  79. Marks, K. A., Fastenau, P. S., Lysaker, P. H., & Bond, G. R. (2000). Self-Appraisal of Illness Questionnaire (SAIQ): Relationship to researcher-rated insight and neuropsychological function in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 45 , 203-211.
  80. Crowther, R. E., Marshall , M., Bond, G. R., & Huxley, P. (2001). Vocational rehabilitation for people with severe mental disorders [Cochrane Review], Cochrane Library (Issue 2). Oxford , England : Update Software.
  81. Mueser, K. T., Bond, G. R., & Drake, R. E. (2001). Community-based treatment of schizophrenia and other severe mental disorders: Treatment outcomes. Medscape Mental Health (online journal), 6 (1) ( http://psychiatry.medscape.com/Medscape/psychiatry/journal/2001/v06.n01/ mh3418.mues/mh3418.mues-01.html).
  82. Bond, G. R. (2000). Gary Bond on mental illness and employment [Interview by Robert Lundin]. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills, 4 , 357-365.
  83. Bond, G. R., Becker, D. R., Drake, R. E., Rapp, C. A., Meisler, N., Lehman, A. F., Bell, M. D. & Blyler, C. R. (2001). Implementing supported employment as an evidence-based practice. Psychiatric Services , 52 , 313-322.
  84. Becker, D. R., Bond, G. R., McCarthy, D., Thompson, D., Xie, H., McHugo, G. J., Drake, R. E. (2001). Converting day treatment centers to supported employment programs in Rhode Island . Psychiatric Services , 52 , 351-357.
  85. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., Mueser, K. T., & Latimer, E. (2001). Assertive community treatment for people with severe mental illness: Critical ingredients and impact on patients. Disease Management & Health Outcomes , 9 , 141-159.
  86. Bond, G. R., Resnick, S. R., Drake, R. E., Xie, H., McHugo, G. J., & Bebout, R. R. (2001). Does competitive employment improve nonvocational outcomes for people with severe mental illness? Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology , 69 , 489-501.
  87. Rollins, A. L., & Bond, G. R. (2001). Doctoral level education in psychiatric rehabilitation. Rehabilitation Education , 15 , 177-190.
  88. Resnick, S. G., & Bond, G. R. (2001). The Indiana Job Satisfaction Scale: Job satisfaction in vocational rehabilitation for people with severe mental illness. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal , 25 , 12-19.
  89. Salyers, M. P., & Bond, G. R. (2001). An exploratory analysis of racial factors in staff burnout among assertive community treatment case managers. Community Mental Health Journal , 37 , 393-404.
  90. Bond, G. R., Vogler, K. M., Resnick, S. G., Evans, L. J., Drake, R. E., & Becker, D. R. (2001). Dimensions of supported employment: Factor structure of the IPS Fidelity Scale. Journal of Mental Health, 10 , 383-393.
  91. Crowther, R. E., Marshall , M., Bond, G. R., & Huxley, P. (2001). Helping people with severe mental illness to obtain work: Systematic review. British Medical Journal, 322 , 204-208.
  92. Crowther, R. E., Marshall , M., Bond, G. R., & Huxley, P. (2001). Vocational rehabilitation for people with severe mental disorders. Health Technology Assessment, 5 (21), 27-48 (http://www.hta.nhsweb.nhs.uk/fullmono/mon521.pdf).
  93. Tsang, H., & Chan, F. (2001). Psychiatric rehabilitation and supported employment: An interview with Professor Gary Bond. Hong Kong Journal of Mental Health, 30 , 10-31.
  94. Rollins, A. L., & Bond, G. R. (2001). Psychology curriculum and psychiatric rehabilitation. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills, 5 , 514-533.
  95. Schaedle, R. W., McGrew, J. H., Bond, G. R., & Epstein, I. (2002). Expert perspectives on assertive community treatment and intensive case management: A comparative analysis. Psychiatric Services, 53 , 207-210.
  96. Meyer, P. S., Bond, G. R., Tunis , S. L., & McCoy, M. L. (2002). Comparison between the effects of atypical and traditional antipsychotics on work status for clients in a psychiatric rehabilitation program. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 63 , 108-116.
  97. Rollins, A. L., Mueser, K. T., Bond, G. R., & Becker, D. R. (2002). Social relationships at work: Does the employment model make a difference? Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 26 , 51-62.
  98. McGrew, J. H., Wilson, R., & Bond, G. R. (2002). An exploratory study of what clients like least about assertive community treatment. Psychiatric Services, 53 , 761-763.
  99. Bond, G. R., Campbell, K., Evans, L. J., Gervey, R., Pascaris, A., Tice, S., Del Bene, D., & Revell, G. (2002). A scale to measure quality of supported employment for persons with severe mental illness. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 17 , 239-250.
  100. Drake, R. E., Becker, D. R., Bond, G. R., & Mueser, K. T. (2003). A process analysis of integrated and non-integrated approaches to supported employment. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 18 , 51-58.
  101. McQuilken, M., Zahniser, J. H., Novak, J., Starks, R. D., Olmos, A., & Bond, G. R. (2003). The Work Project Survey: Consumer perspectives on work. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 18 , 59-68.
  102. Drake, R. E., Becker, D. R., & Bond, G. R. (2003). Recent research on vocational rehabilitation for persons with severe mental illness. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 16 , 451-455.
  103. Resnick, S. G., Bond, G. R., & Mueser, K. T. (2003). Trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder in people with schizophrenia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 112 , 415-423.
  104. Lancaster, R. S., Evans, J. D., Bond, G. R., & Lysaker, P. H. (2003). Social cognition and neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 191 , 295-299.
  105. Essock, S. M., Goldman, H. H., Van Tosh, L., Anthony, W., Appell, C., Bond, G. R., Dixon, L., Dunakin, L., Ganju, V., Gorman, P., Ralph, R., Rapp, C. A., Teague, G., & Drake, R. E. (2003). Evidence-based practices: Setting the context and responding to concerns. Psychiatric Clinics of North America , 24 , 919-938.
  106. Salyers, M. P., Bond, G. R., Teague, G. B., Cox, J. F., Smith, M. E., Hick, M. L., & Koop, J. I. (2003). Is it ACT yet? Real-world examples of evaluating the degree of implementation for assertive community treatment. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 30 , 304-320.
  107. Koop, J., Rollins, A. L., Bond, G. R., Salyers, M. P., Dincin, J., Kinley, T., Shimon, S., & Marcelle, K. (2004). Development of the DPA Fidelity Scale: Using fidelity to define an existing vocational model. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 28 , 16-24.
  108. Evans, J. D., Wright, D. E., Svanum, S., & Bond, G. R. (2004). Psychiatric disorder and unmet needs among welfare clients in a representative payee program. Community Mental Health Journal, 40 , 539-548.
  109. Salyers, M. P., Evans, L. J., Bond, G. R., & Meyer, P. S. (2004). Mental health provider perspectives to identifying barriers to the assessment and treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder and other trauma-related problems for people with severe mental illness. Community Mental Health Journal, 40 , 17-31.
  110. Mueser, K. T., Clark, R. E., Haines, M., Drake, R. E., McHugo, G. J., Bond, G. R., Essock, S. M., Becker, D. R., Wolfe, R., & Swain, K. (2004). The Hartford study of supported employment for persons with severe mental illness. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 72 , 479–490.
  111. Bond, G. R., Kim, H. W., Meyer, P. S., Gibson, P. J., Tunis, S. L., Evans, J. D., Lysaker, P., McCoy, M. L., Weitzel, D., Dincin, J., & Xie, H. (2004). Response to vocational rehabilitation during treatment with olanzapine, risperidone, or first-generation antipsychotics. Psychiatric Services, 55 , 59-66.
  112. Latimer, E., Bush, P., Becker, D. R., Drake, R. E., & Bond, G. R. (2004). How much does supported employment for the severely mentally ill cost? An exploratory survey of high-fidelity programs. Psychiatric Services, 55 , 401-406.
  113. Bond, G. R., Salyers, M. P., Rollins, A. L., Rapp, C. A., & Zipple, A. M. (2004). How evidence-based practices contribute to community integration. Community Mental Health Journal, 40 . 569-588.
  114. Bond, G. R. (2004). Supported employment: Evidence for an evidence-based practice. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 27 , 345-359.
  115. Evans, J. D., Bond, G. R., Meyer, P. S., Kim, H. W., Lysaker, P., Gibson, P. J., & Tunis, S. L. (2004). Cognitive predictors of success in vocational rehabilitation in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 70 , 331-342.
  116. Tsang, H. W., Chan, F., & Bond, G. R. (2004). Cultural considerations for adapting psychiatric rehabilitation models in Hong Kong . American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 7 , 35-51.
  117. DeLuca, N., L., Bond, G. R., & Moser, L. L. (2004). Encouraging consumer employment: The benefits of competitive work. Directions in Rehabilitation Counseling, 15 , 119-132.
  118. Bond, G. R., & Salyers, M. P. (2004). Prediction of outcome from the Dartmouth ACT Fidelity Scale. CNS Spectrums, 9 , 937-942.
  119. Moser, L. L., DeLuca, N. L., Rollins, A. L., & Bond, G. R. (2004). Implementing evidence based psychosocial practices: Lessons learned from statewide implementation of two practices. CNS Spectrums, 9 , 926-936.
  120. Mueser, K. T., Bond, G. R., Foster, F. P., & Lynde, D. (2004). Introduction: Psychosocial and rehabilitation treatments for individuals with severe mental illness. CNS Spectrums, 9 , 891.
  121. Oldman, J., Thomson, L., Calsaferri, K., Luke, A., & Bond, G. R. (in press). Conversion of sheltered employment to evidence-based supported employment. Psychiatric Services .
  122. Corbière, M., Bond, G. R., Goldner, E., & Ptasinski, T. (accepted pending revisions). The evaluation of the quality of supported employment (SE) programs implemented in Canada and comparisons with SE programs in the USA . Psychiatric Services .
  123. Rapp, C. A., Bond, G. R., Becker, D. R., Carpinello, S. E., Nikkel, R. E., & Gintoli, G. (in press). The role of state mental health authorities in promoting improved client outcome through evidence-based practice. Community Mental Health Journal .
  124. Lysaker, P. H., Bond, G. R., Davis, L. W., Bryson, G. J., & Bell, M. D. (in press). The Indianapolis Vocational Intervention Program: A cognitive behavioral approach to addressing rehabilitation issues in schizophrenia. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development .
  125. van Dijk, B. P., Mulder, C. L., Roosenschoon, B. J., Kroon, H., & Bond, G. R. (submitted). Dissemination of assertive community treatment in the 8th state of the Evidence Practices Project: The Netherlands.
  126. Bond, G. R., Campbell, K., Gervey, R., Pascaris, A., Tice, S., & Revell, G. (submitted). Does type of provider organization affect fidelity to evidence-based supported employment?
  127. Katon, W. J., Zatzick, D., Bond, G. R., & Williams, J. W. (2006). Dissemination of evidence-based mental health interventions: Importance to the trauma field. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 19, 611-623.
  128. Bond, G. R. (in press). Commentary on “Dissemination of Supported Employment for Homeless Veterans…” Modest Implementation Efforts, Modest Fidelity, and Modest Outcomes. Psychiatric Services.
  129. Bond, G. R., & Campbell, K. (in press). Evidence-based practices for individuals with severe mental illness. Journal of Rehabilitation.
  130. van Dijk, B. P., Mulder, C. L., Roosenschoon, B. J., Kroon, H., & Bond, G. R. (in press). Dissemination of assertive community treatment in the Netherlands. Journal of Mental Health.
  131. Campbell, K., Bond, G. R., Gervey, R., Pascaris, A., Tice, S., & Revell, G. (in press). Does type of provider organization affect fidelity to evidence-based supported employment? Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation.
  132. McGuire, A. B., Bond, G. R., Evans, J. D., Lysaker, P., & Kim, H. W. (submitted). Situational assessment in psychiatric rehabilitation: A reappraisal. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation.
  133. Evans, L. J., & Bond, G. R. (in press). Expert ratings on the critical ingredients of supported employment for people with severe mental illness. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.
  134. Salyers, M. P., McGuire, A. B., Bond, G. R., Hardin, T., Rollins, A., Harding, B., & Haines, M. (submitted). What makes the difference? Understanding success and failure in two effective psychiatric rehabilitation approaches.
  135. McHugo, G. J., Drake, R. E., Whitley, R., Bond, G. R., Campbell, K., Rapp, C. A., Goldman, H. H., Lutz, W., & Finnerty, M. (submitted). Fidelity outcomes in the National Evidence-Based Practices Project.
  136. Finnerty, M. T., Rapp, C. A., Bond, G. R., Lynde, D. W., Ganju, V., & Goldman, H. H. (submitted). The State Health Authority Yardstick (SHAY).
  137. Bond, G. R., Salyers, M. P., Dincin, J., Drake, R. E., Becker, D. R., Fraser, V. V., & Haines, M. (submitted). A randomized controlled trial comparing two vocational models for persons with severe mental illness.
  138. Harding, B., Bond, G. R., Salyers, M. P., Rollins, A. L., Torres-Harding, S., & Hardin, T. (submitted). Factors associated with early attrition from psychosocial rehabilitation programs.
  139. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., & Becker, D. R. (in preparation). Fifteen randomized controlled trials of supported employment.

 

Book Chapters

  1. Bond, G. R., Borman, L. D., Bankoff, E., Daiter, S., Lieberman, M., & Videka, L. (1979). Growth of a medical self-help group. In M. A. Lieberman & L. D. Borman (Eds.), Self-help groups for coping with crisis (pp. 43-66). San Francisco : Jossey-Bass.
  2. Lieberman, M. A., & Bond, G. R. (1979). Women's consciousness-raising as an alternative to psychotherapy. In M. A. Lieberman & L. D. Borman (Eds.), Self-help groups for coping with crisis (pp. 150-163). San Francisco : Jossey-Bass.
  3. Bond, G. R., & Daiter, S. (1979). Participation in medical self-help groups. In M. A. Lieberman & L. D. Borman (Eds.), Self-help groups for coping with crisis (pp.164-180). San Francisco : Jossey-Bass.
  4. Lieberman, M. A., & Bond, G. R. (1979). Problems in studying outcomes. In M. A. Lieberman & L. D. Borman (Eds.), Self-help groups for coping with crisis (pp. 323-340). San Francisco : Jossey-Bass.
  5. Lieberman, M. A., Bond, G. R., Solow, N., & Reibstein, J. (1979). Effectiveness of women's consciousness-raising. In M. A. Lieberman & L. D. Borman (Eds.), Self-help groups for coping with crisis (pp. 341-361). San Francisco : Jossey-Bass.
  6. Hoffman, L. R., Friend, K. E., & Bond, G. R. (1979). Problem differences and the process of adopting groups solutions. In L. R. Hoffman (Ed.), The group problem solving process: Studies of a valence model (pp. 48-65). New York : Praeger Publishers.
  7. Hoffman, L. R., Bond, G. R., & Falk, G. (1979). Valence for criteria: A preliminary exploration. In L. R. Hoffman (Ed.), The group problem solving process: Studies of a valence model (pp. 89-102). New York : Praeger Publishers.
  8. Bond, G. R., & Lieberman, M. A. (1980). The role and function of women's consciousness raising: Self-help, psychotherapy, or political activation? In C. L. Heckerman (Ed.), The evolving female: Women in psychosocial context (pp. 268-306). New York : Human Science Press.
  9. Bond, G. R. (1983). Norm regulation in therapy groups. In R. R. Dies & K. R. MacKenzie (Eds.) Advances in group psychotherapy (pp. 171-189). New York : International Universities Press.
  10. Bond, G. R., & Boyer, S. L. (1988). Rehabilitation programs and outcomes. In J. A. Ciardiello & M. D. Bell (Eds.), Vocational rehabilitation of persons with prolonged mental illness (pp. 231-263). Baltimore , MD : Johns Hopkins Press.
  11. Bond, G. R. (1989). Assertive community treatment of the severely mentally ill: Recent research findings. In K. E. Davis, R. Harris, R. Farmer, J. Reeves, & F. Segal (Eds.), Strengthening the scientific base of social work education for services to the long-term seriously mentally ill (pp. 162-195). Richmond , VA : Virginia Commonwealth University.Bond, G. R. (1991). Issues affecting the rehabilitation of persons with psychiatric impairments. In M. G. Eisenberg & R. L. Glueckauf (Eds.), Empirical approaches to psychosocial aspects of disability (pp. 109-113). New York : Springer.
  12. Bond, G. R. (1992). Vocational rehabilitation. In R. P. Liberman (Ed.), Handbook of psychiatric rehabilitation (pp. 244-275). New York : Macmillan.
  13. Bond, G. R. (1993). Psychiatric disabilities. In M. G. Eisenberg, R. L. Glueckauf, & H. H. Zaretsky (Eds.), Medical aspects of disability: A handbook for the rehabilitation professional (pp. 307-324). New York : Springer.
  14. Bond, G. R., & Dietzen, L. L. (1993). Predictive validity and vocational assessment: Reframing the question. In R. L. Glueckauf, L. B. Sechrest, G. R. Bond, & E. C. McDonel (Eds.), Improving assessment in rehabilitation and health (pp. 61-86). Newbury Park , CA : Sage.
  15. Bond, G. R., Hellkamp, D. T., Dilk, M. N., & Eberlein, L. (1993). Psychology and psychiatric rehabilitation. In M. A. Farkas & W. A. Anthony (Eds.), Incorporating psychiatric rehabilitation into graduate training programs: Psychiatry, psychology, nursing and social work . Psychiatric Rehabilitation & Community Support Monograph , 1 (1): 35-45. Boston : Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
  16. Bond, G. R. (1994). Psychiatric rehabilitation outcome. In L. Spaniol & the Publications Committee of IAPSRS (Eds.), An introduction to psychiatric rehabilitation (pp. 490-494). Boston : Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
  17. Bond, G. R. (1994). Applying psychiatric rehabilitation principles to employment: Recent findings. In R. J. Ancill, S. Holliday, & J. Higenbottam (Eds.), Schizophrenia: Exploring the spectrum of psychosis (pp. 49-65). Chichester , England : John Wiley.
  18. Bond, G. R. (1995). Psychiatric rehabilitation. In A. E. Dell Orto & R. P. Marinelli (Eds.), Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation (pp. 579-588). New York : Macmillan.
  19. Clark, R. E., & Bond, G. R. (1996). Costs and benefits of vocational programs for people with serious mental illness. In M. Moscarelli, A. Rupp, & N. Sartorius (Eds.), Schizophrenia (pp. 219-237). (Handbook of Mental Health Economics and Health Policy, Volume I). Sussex , England : John Wiley.
  20. McGrew, J. H., Glueckauf, R. L., Bond, G. R., & Frank, R. G. (1996). Health care reform and professional psychology: Overview of key issues and background of book. In R. L. Glueckauf, R. G. Frank, G. R., Bond, & J. H. McGrew (Eds.), Psychological practice in a changing health care system: Issues and new directions (pp. 3-13). New York : Springer.
  21. Frank, R. G., Glueckauf, R. L., Bond, G. R., & McGrew, J. H. (1996). Integrative summary and future directions. In R. L. Glueckauf, R. G. Frank, G. R., Bond, & J. H. McGrew (Eds.), Psychological practice in a changing health care system: Issues and new directions (pp. 193-201). New York : Springer.
  22. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., & Becker, D. R. (1998). The role of social functioning in vocational rehabilitation. In K. T. Mueser & N. Tarrier (Eds.), Handbook of social functioning in schizophrenia (pp 372-390). Needham Heights , MA : Allyn & Bacon.
  23. Bond, G. R. (1999). Psychiatric disabilities. In M. G. Eisenberg, R. L. Glueckauf, & H. H. Zaretsky (Eds.), Medical aspects of disability: A handbook for the rehabilitation professional (2 nd ed., pp. 412-434). New York : Springer.
  24. Mintz, J., Bond, G. R., & Mintz, L. I. (1999). Assessing work function in mental health research. In N. E. Miller & K. M. MacGruder (Eds.), Cost effectiveness of psychotherapy: A guide for practitioners, researchers, and policymakers (pp. 194-205). New York : Oxford University Press.
  25. Bond, G. R., & Resnick, S. G. (2000). Psychiatric rehabilitation. In R. G. Frank & T. Elliott (Eds.), Handbook of rehabilitation psychology (pp. 235-258). Washington , DC : American Psychological Association.
  26. Fastenau, P. S., Evans, J. D., Johnson, K. E., & Bond, G. R. (2002). Multicultural training clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation. In F. R. Ferraro (Ed.), Minority and cross-cultural aspects of neuropsychological assessment (pp. 345-371). Lisse, The Netherlands : Swets & Zeitlinger.
  27. Bond, G. R., Campbell, K., & DeLuca, N. (in press). Psychiatric disabilities. In M. G. Eisenberg & H. H. Zaretsky & E. F. Richter (Eds.), Medical aspects of disability: A handbook for the rehabilitation professional (3rd ed.). New York : Springer.
  28. Bond, G. R., & Jones, A. (2005). Supported employment. In R. E. Drake & M. R. Merrens & D. W. Lynde (Eds.), Evidence-based mental health practice: A textbook (pp. 367-394). New York : WW Norton & Company.
  29. Bond, G. R., Salyers, M. P., Rollins, A. L., & Moser, L. L. (2005). Toekomstige ontwikkelingen van ACT (The future of ACT). In C. L. Mulder & H. Kroon (Eds.), Assertive community treatment: Evidence-based bemoeizorg voor patiënten met ernstige psychiatrische aandoeningen (pp. 205-241). Nijmegen (The Netherlands): Wetenschappelijke uitgeverij Cure & Care Publishers.
  30. Bond, G. R. (in press). El Empleo con Apoyo Promueve Autonomía (Supported employment promotes autonomy). Conference proceedings from the I Congreso las Salud Mental Es Cosa de Todos (Mental Health Is Everyone's Business), Madrid , Spain : IMERSO.
  31. Bond, G. R., Wehman, P., & Wittenburg, D. (2005). Evidence-based practices that promote employment of people with disabilities. Richmond, VA: Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Workplace Supports and Retention, Virginia Commonwealth University.
  32. DeLuca, N. L., Moser, L. L., & Bond, G. R. (in press). Assertive community treatment for people with severe mental illness. In K. T. Mueser & D. V. Jeste (Eds.), Clinical handbook of schizophrenia. New York: Guilford.

 

Monographs, Special Issues, Websites

 

  1. Boyer, S. L., & Bond, G. R. (1992). A comparison of assertive community treatment and traditional case management on burnout and job satisfaction. Outlook, 2 (2), 13-15.
  2. Glueckauf, R. L., Sechrest, L. B., Bond, G. R., & McDonel, E. C. (Eds.). (1993). Improving assessment in rehabilitation and health . Newbury Park , CA : Sage.
  3. Cook, J. A., Bond, G. R., Hoffschmidt, S. J., Jonas, E. A., Razzano, L., & Weakland, R. (1994). Assessing vocational performance among persons with severe mental illness: A handbook of clinical and research assessments (Rev. ed.). Chicago : Thresholds National Research and Training Center .
  4. Arns, P., Cook, J., Blankertz, L., Asmussen, S., Bond, G., Gervey, R., Hawthorne, H., Kaufmann, C., McCarthy, S., Mowbray, C., Neese-Todd, S., Paulson, R., Rogers , S., & Shafer, M. (1995). Toolkit for measuring psychosocial outcomes . Cambridge , MA : Human Services Research Institute.
  5. Glueckauf, R. L., Frank, R. G., Bond, G. R., & McGrew, J. H. (Eds.). (1996). Psychological practice in a changing health care system: Issues and new directions . New York : Springer.
  6. Bond, G. R., Williams, J., Evans, L., Salyers, M., Sharpe, H., Kim, H. W., & Leff, H. S. (2000). Psychiatric rehabilitation fidelity toolkit . Cambridge , MA : Human Services Research Institute (http://tecathsri.org/pubs.asp).
  7. Bond, G. R. (2000). (Guest Editor). Special Section: Measurement of fidelity in psychiatric rehabilitation research. Mental Health Services Research , 2 (2).
  8. Marshall, M., Crowther, R., Almarez-Serrano, A., Creed, F., Sledge, W., Kluiter, H., Roberts, C., Hill, E., Wiersma, D., Bond, G. R., Huxley, P., & Tyrer, P. (2001). Systematic review of the effectiveness of day care for people with severe mental disorders: (1) Acute day hospital versus admission; (2) Vocational rehabilitation; (3) Day hospital versus outpatient care. Health Technology Assessment, 5 (21), 1-75 (http://www.hta.nhsweb.nhs.uk/fullmono/mon521.pdf).
  9. Becker, D. R., & Bond, G. R. (2002). Supported employment implementation resource kit: User's guide . Rockville , MD : Center for Mental Health Services, SAMHSA.
  10. Bond, G. R. (2002). Assertive community treatment for people with severe mental illness. Behavioral Health Recovery Management web site: http://www.bhrm.org/guidelines/mhguidelines.htm .
  11. Bond, G. R. (2003). Supported employment for people with severe mental illness . TherapyAdvisor web site: http://www.therapyadvisor.com
  12. Foster, F., Mueser, K. T., Bond, G. R., & Lynde, D. (2004). Special Issue: Psychosocial and rehabilitation treatments for individuals with severe mental illness. CNS Spectrums, 9 .
  13. Bond, G. R., Wehman, P., & Wittenburg, D. (2005). Evidence-based practices that promote employment of people with disabilities . Richmond , VA : Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Workplace Supports and Retention, Virginia Commonwealth University .
  14. Bond, G. R. (in press). (Guest Editor). Special Section: Employment services for people with severe mental illness: New research findings. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation.
  15. Drake, R. E., & Bond, G. R. (in press). (Guest Editors). Special Section: Current trends in supported employment. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.

 

 

New Jersey, 2000

International Presentations

  1. Bond, G. R. (1996, April). Outcomes from supported employment programs for people with serious mental illness. Plenary address, Fifth Congress of the World Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Rotterdam , The Netherlands.
  2. Bond, G. R. (1998, March). Assertive community treatment: Recent US studies. Paper presented at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Manchester , Manchester , England .
  3. Bond, G. R. (1998, March). Principles of supported employment for people with severe mental illness. Keynote address at the European Conference of ACCEPT, Belfast , Northern Ireland .
  4. Bond, G. R. (1998, September). Principles of supported employment for people with severe mental illness. Video Teleconference at Thurso College , Thurso , Scotland .
  5. Bond, G. R. (1998, October). Principles of supported employment for people with severe mental illness. Paper presented at the Hyvän Mielen Talo, Oulu , Finland .
  6. Bond, G. R. (1998, October). Principles of supported employment for people with severe mental illness. Paper presented at the National Employment Seminar, Helsinki , Finland .
  7. Bond, G. R. (1998, October). Principles of supported employment programs for people with severe mental illness. Paper presented at the Second Pan-Asia Conference on Mental Health, Beijing , China .
  8. Bond, G. R. (1999, June). Critical elements and outcomes of assertive outreach. Paper presented at the Annual Summer Conference of the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health, Bournemouth , England .
  9. Bond, G. R. (1999, June). Mental health and employment. Keynote address at the Annual Summer Conference of the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health, Bournemouth , England .
  10. Bond, G. R. (2000, October). La integración laboral de personas con trastorno mental severo en Estados Unidos (Work integration programs for people with severe mental illness in the United States ). Paper presented at the Seminario: Integración laboral de personas con trastorno mental severo, Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, Seville , Spain .
  11. Bond, G. R. (2001, July 9-13). Evidence-based community rehabilitation services. Four-day lecture series presented at the Community Rehabilitation in the New Millennium Lecture Series, Hong Kong Polytechnic University .
  12. Bond, G. R. (2004, October 7). The future of ACT: Incorporating other EBPs. Keynote Presentation at the 2nd Dutch ACT Conference, Rotterdam , The Netherlands .
  13. Bond, G. R. (2004, November 11). Supported employment promotes autonomy. Paper presented at I Congreso la salud mental es cosa de todosValencia, Spain .
  14. Bond, G. R. (2005, January 8). Building a supportive team culture. Paper presented at the Kohnodai Clinical and Research Team, Tokyo , Japan .
  15. Bond, G. R. (2005, January 12). Facilitating evidence-based practices in the United States . Paper presented at the University of Tokyo , Tokyo , Japan .
  16. Bond, G. R. (2005, January 12). Fidelity assessment in National Evidence-Based Practice Project: Lessons learned. Paper presented at the University of Tokyo , Tokyo , Japan .
  17. Bond, G. R. (2005, January 8). Incorporating supported employment into ACT teams. Paper presented at the Kohnodai Clinical and Research Team, Tokyo , Japan .
  18. Bond, G. R. (2005, January 12). The role of fidelity assessment in implementing and disseminating a new mental health program. Paper presented at the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan .
  19. Bond, G. R. (2005, May 17). Work matters. Paper presented at the 7th Bruce Woodcock Memorial Lecture, Melbourne, Australia. A series of 12 presentations on supported employment was given in 5 Australian cities (Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, Sydney, and Newcastle) as part of Schizophrenia Awareness Week.
  20. Bond, G. R. (2005, May 19). Employment services for persons with severe mental illness. Testimony to Senate Select Committee on Mental Health, Canberra, Australia. http://www.aph.gov.au/hansard/senate/commttee/S8371.pdf

 

 Fidelity Scales

  1. Teague, G. B., Bond, G. R., & Drake, R. E. (1998). Dartmouth Assertive Community Treatment Scale . View at http://www.bhrm.org/guidelines/mhguidelines.htm .
  2. Becker, D. R., & Bond, G. R., and SE Toolkit Group. (2002). Supported Employment Fidelity Scale (See Becker, Drake, & Vogler, 1997).
  3. Mueser, K. T., Fox, L., Bond, G. R., Salyers, M. P., Yamamoto, K., & Williams, J. (2003). Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment Fidelity Scale. In K. T. Mueser & D. L. Noordsy & R. E. Drake & L. Fox (Eds.), Integrated treatment for dual disorders: A guide to effective practice (pp. 337-359). New York : Guilford Publications.

Abstracts, Newsletters, Letters, Reprints

  1. Bond, G. R., & Blum, L. S. (1980). Counseling for mastectomy patients. Cancer Focus , 3 , 20.
  2. Bond, G. R. (1984). Reply to Diesenhaus. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 35 , 1042-1043.
  3. Bond, G. R. (1990). Intensive case management. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 41 , 927.
  4. Boyer, S. L., & Bond, G. R. (1992). A comparison of assertive community treatment and traditional case management on burnout and job satisfaction. Outlook , 2 (2), 13-15.
  5. Glueckauf, R. L., Frank, R. G., Bond, G. R., & McGrew, J. H. (1994). National conference on health care reform and psychological practice in rehabilitation and health care settings. Rehabilitation Psychology News , 21 (2), 1-5.
  6. McGrew, J. H., Wilson, R., & Bond, G. R. (1994). Client perspectives on helpful ingredients of assertive community treatment. Rehabilitation Psychology , 39 , 132.
  7. Bond, G. R., Mintz, J., & McHugo, G. J. (1996). The authors reply. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation , 77 , 101-102.
  8. Test, M. A., Bond, G. R., McGrew, J. H., & Teague, G. B. (1997). P/ACT services research and fidelity to the model. Community Support Network News , 11 (4), 5-7.
  9. Becker, D. R., Drake, R. E., Farabaugh, A., & Bond, G. R. (1997). Preferenze lavorative dei pazienti affeti da gravi disturbi psichiatrici in programmi di lavoro protetto (Job preferences of clients with severe psychiatric disorders participating in supported employment programs). Psychiatric Services (Italian Edition), 1 , 44-48.
  10. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., Mueser, K. T., & Becker, D. R. (1997). Il lavoro protetto di pazienti affetti da gravi malattie mentali: Un aggiornamento (An update on supported employment for people with severe mental illness). Psychiatric Services (Italian Edition), 1 , 29-43.
  11. Marks, K. A., Fastenau, P. S., Lysaker, P., & Bond, G. R. (1999). Insight and neuropsychological correlates in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research , 36 , 142.
  12. Meyer, P. S., Bond, G. R., McCoy, T., Herbeck, D., Rowan, D., & Tunis , S. (1999). The influence of atypical antipsychotics on work outcomes. Schizophrenia Research , 36 , 330.
  13. Picone, J. B., Fastenau, P. S., Lysaker, P., & Bond, G. R. (1999). Cognitive deficits associated with employment and independent living status in people with schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research , 36 , 148.
  14. Rollins, A., Bond, G. R., & Lysaker, P. H. (1999). Characteristics of coping with the symptoms of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research , 36 , 30.
  15. Marks, K. A., Fastenau, P. S., Lysaker, P. H., & Bond, G. R. (1999). Self-report Insight Questionnaire (SIQ): Neuropsychological validation in schizophrenia (Abstract). Clinical Neuropsychologist, 13 , 218.
  16. Bond, G. R., Drake, R. E., Mueser, K. T., & Becker, D. R. (1999). An update on supported employment for people with severe mental illness (reprinted), Issues in community treatment of severe mental illness (pp. 53-63). Washington : American Psychiatric Association.
  17. Bond, G. R. (2000). La integración laboral de personas con trastorno mental severo en Estados Unidos (Work integration programs for people with severe mental illness in the United States ). Conference Proceedings of: Seminario: Integración laboral de personas con trastorno mental severo, Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, Seville , Spain , October 24-26, 2000.
  18. Bond, G. R., & Campbell, K. (2003). Supported employment: An evidence-based practice. NAMI Advocate, Summer/Fall , 23-24.
  19. Bond, G. R. (2004). Replacing Day Treatment with Supported Employment. ACT Center of Indiana Newsletter, 3 (4), 3-4.
  20. Bond, G. R. (2005). Check out the National Implementation Research Network. ACT Center of Indiana Newsletter, 4 (2), 3-4.   ACT Center
  21. 21. Bond, G. R. (2005). Check out the National Implementation Research Network. ACT Center of Indiana Newsletter, 4(2), 3-4.

 

Book Reviews  

  1. Bond, G. R. (1989). [Review of Work and employment: Transitions to employment ]. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 40 , 424-425.
  2. Bond, G. R. (1989). [Review of Vocational rehabilitation and supported employment] . Rehabilitation Psychology , 34 , 279-280.
  3. Bond, G. R. (1990). [Review of Psychiatric rehabilitation programs: Putting theory into practice ]. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 41 , 682-684.
  4. Bond, G. R. (1991). [Review of Design sensitivity: Statistical power for experimental research and Fourth generation evaluation ]. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal , 14 (3), 112-117.
  5. Bond, G. R. (1992). [Review of Homelessness: A prevention-oriented approach ]. Hospital and Community Psychiatry , 43 , 1247.
  6. Bond, G. R. (1993). [Review of Supported employment: Models, methods, and issues ]. Rehabilitation Psychology , 38 , 212-214.
  7. Bond, G. R. (1994). [Review of Psychiatric rehabilitation in practice ]. Community Mental Health Journal , 30 , 307-308.
  8. Bond, G. R. (1995). [Review of Clinical case management: A guide to comprehensive treatment of serious mental illness ]. Psychiatric Services, 46, 294.
  9. Bond, G. R. (1995). Creating partnerships between psychologists and families coping with mental illness. [Review of New directions in the psychological treatment of serious mental illness ]. Contemporary Psychology , 40 , 787-788.

Current Grant Activity

•  Program Evaluator, MedMAP Fidelity Scale Validation Study (Alec Miller, PI). Unrestricted educational grants from AstraZeneca, Bristol Myers Squibb, Janssen, Lilly, Pfizer . Subcontract from University Texas Health Science Center , San Antonio. $60,000. 2004 - 2006.

•  Co-Investigator, State-Wide Assertive Community Treatment Technical Assistance Center (Michelle Salyers, PI). Indiana Division of Mental Health, Family and Social Services Administration. $2,376,000. 2001 - 2009. http://psych.iupui.edu/ACTCenter/ACTHome.htm

•  Co-Investigator, Integrating ACT and IMR for Clients with SMI (Michelle Salyers, PI): National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research. $450,000. 2003 – 2007.

•  Co-Investigator, Implementing and evaluating illness management and recovery in Indiana (Michelle Salyers, Project Leader). CMHS, SAMHSA, $789,853, 2003 - 2007.

•  Mentor for Lorna Moser, Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award , Coercion in Assertive Community Treatment: NIMH, $66,300, 2005-2007.

•  Co-Investigator, VCU job retention study. NIDRR Center Grant (Paul Wehman, PI). Subcontract from Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research and Training Center . $158,000, 2005-2009.

•  Co-Investigator, Mental Health Treatment Study . (William Frey, Westat, PI). Social Security Administration. Subcontract from New Hampshire-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center . $298,760, 2006-2011.

•  Co-Investigator, Sustaining Public Academic Research Collaborations, NIMH Interventions and Practice Research Infrastructure Program (Alexander Miller, PI), 2006-2011.

•  Consultant, Interventions for Persons with Severe Mental Illness and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders. (Robert Drake, PI). West Foundation.

Co-Investigator, Recovery Oriented Assertive Community Treatment, NIMH Interventions and Practice Research Infrastructure Program (Salyers, PI), 2007-2011.

 

 

 

ACT Center of Indiana

Back Row, from left to right:  Jane Williams, Charles Boyle, Cecilia Weber, Natalie DeLuca, Veronica Bannon, John McGrew, Rich Deliberty. 

Front Row:  Gary Bond, Mike McKasson, Michelle Salyers

 

http://psych.iupui.edu/ACTCenter/ACTHome.htm

  Co-Investigator, Integrating ACT and IMR for Clients with SMI (Salyers, PI): National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research. $450,000. 2003 – 2006.

  State-Level Project Director, Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment Project: Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction. $133,888. 2003 – 2005.

  Co-Investigator, Implementing and evaluating illness management and recovery in Indiana (Salyers, Project Leader): CMHS, SAMHSA, $789,853, 2003 - 2006.

  Mentor for Lorna Moser, Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award, Coercion in Assertive Community Treatment: NIMH, $45,000, 2005-2007 (pending).

  Co-Investigator, VCU Job Retention Study: Subcontract from Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research and Training Center ( NIDRR Center Grant), $158,000, 2005-2009 .

  Co-Investigator, Long Term Outcomes of an Integrated Supported Employment (ISE) Service Protocol for Individuals with Mental Illness: A Three Year Follow-up Study. Hong Kong : Health Services Research Fund/Health and Health Services Research (Hector Tsang, PI), 2005-2010 (pending)

Previous Grant Activity 

  1. Principal Investigator, Comparison of Two Employment Models for Clients with SMI, Grant # R01MH59987. National Institute of Mental Health; $2,804,205. 1999 - 2005.
  2. Recipient, IUPUI School of Science Award for the Midwest Center for Evidence-Based Practices in Psychiatric Rehabilitation. IUPUI School of Science, $25,000, 2002 – 2003.
  3. Principal Investigator, Community Action Initiative to Implement Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment: Phase I. CMHS, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, $150,000, 2002 - 2003.
  4. Program Evaluator, Greater Lafayette Community Action Initiative to Implement ACT, SAMHSA, $22,395, 2001 – 2003.
  5. State-Level Project Director, Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment Project, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, $30,000, 2002 – 2003.
  6. Director, Illinois Psychiatric Rehabilitation Institute: Illinois Office of Mental Health, $186,394, 2002-2003. http://psych.iupui.edu/IPRTI/
  7. Co-Principal Investigator, Comparison of Two Employment Models for Clients with SMI. NIDRR, $117,945, 1999-2003.
  8. Principal Investigator, EBP Fidelity Scale Development Project. NASMHPD Research Institute; $50,000; 2001-2002.
  9. Toolkit Co-Leader, Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Routine Health Settings (Robert Drake, Principal Investigator). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and SAMHSA (Center for Mental Health), $8,750, 2000-2002.
  10. Research Scientist Development Award (Level II). Effectiveness of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), $528,000, 1996-2002.
  11. Co-Investigator, Vocational Rehabilitation Models for Consumers with Severe Mental Disorders (Kim Mueser, PI): SAMHSA (Center for Mental Health Services), 1996-2001.
  12. Principal Investigator, Effectiveness of Olanzapine in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Settings. Eli Lilly, $19,730, 2000-2001.
  13. Co-Investigator, VCU National Supported Employment Consortium (PI: Paul Wehman) . National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research, $101,709, 1997-2002.
  14. Principal Investigator, Longitudinal Impact of Olanzapine and Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Eli Lilly, $600,000, 1999-2001.
  15. Project Director, Clinical Rehabilitation Psychology: A Training Model for Improving Services to Underrepresented Groups with Severe Disabilities. US Department of Education (Rehabilitation Services Administration), $323,997, 1997-2002.
  16. Project Director, Toolkit -- Psychiatric Rehabilitation Fidelity Measures. Human Services Research Institute, $30,000, 1999-2000.
  17. Principal Investigator, Rapid Response Project. Indiana Division of Mental Health, $70,000, 2000-2001.
  18. Co-Investigator, A State-Wide Needs Assessment for Trauma and PTSD Services for People with Severe Mental Illness (PI: Michelle Salyers). Indiana Division of Mental Health, $10,000, 2000.
  19. Co-Investigator, ACT Fidelity Study (PI: Michelle Salyers). Contract from New York Office of Mental Health. $5,000, 2000.
  20. Co-Investigator, Vocational Rehabilitation Models for Consumers with Severe Mental Disorders. SAMHSA, $139,725, 1995-2000.
  21. Principal Investigator, Program Evaluation of CONNECT98. Illinois Office of Mental Health; $75,000; 1999.
  22. Co-Investigator, Township Trustee Study . Indiana Division of Mental Health, $38,868, 1999.
  23. Principal Investigator, Olanzapine and its Relationship to Vocational Outcomes in a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Agency. Funded by Eli Lilly; $60,000; 1997-1998.
  24. Principal Investigator, Provider Profiles. Indiana Division of Mental Health, $7,500, 1998-1999.
  25. Co-Principal Investigator, Rhode Island Supported Employment Project (PI: Robert Drake). National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research to Dartmouth , $375,000, 1995-1998.
  26. Co-Investigator, Supported Employment for Persons with SMD (PI: Robert Drake). Funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration to Dartmouth , $1,954,977, 1994-1996.
  27. Project Director, Indiana Human Service Training Project. US Department of Education (Rehabilitation Services Administration); $231,620, 1994-1997.
  28. Principal Investigator, Illinois ACT Study. Illinois Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities (IL DMHDD); $150,000; 1994-1996.
  29. Co-Investigator, Level of Functioning Study (PI: John McGrew) . MEDSTAT, $9,933, 1995.
  30. Research Scientist Development Award (Level II). Effectiveness of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH); $413,407; 1989-1994.
  31. Principal Investigator, North Dakota Clubhouse Evaluation. North Dakota Department of Human Services; $36,378; 1993-1994.
  32. Program Evaluator, Rural Assertive Community Treatment Project (PI: Larry Miller) . NIMH, $153,287. 1989-1994.
  33. Co-Project Director, Long-Term Training Grant, Consumer Case Management Training Grant (PI: Larry Miller) . Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA), $162,000, 1990-1994.
  34. Principal Investigator, Dakota County Survey . Dakota Co. Social Services, $2,250; 1992-1993.
  35. Project Director, Academic Research Fellowship Training Site, National Association of Mental Health Program Directors Fellowship Program, $57,910, 1991-1993.
  36. Program Evaluator, Indiana Comprehensive System Change Project (PI: Larry Miller) . NIMH, $109,600, 1988-1992.
  37. Program Evaluator, CSP Young Adult Demonstration: Substance Abuse Intervention Project for Young Adults with Serious Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Problems. NIMH, $52,000, 10/87-9/91.
  38. Project Director, Long-Term Training Grant, Rehabilitation of the Mentally Ill. RSA, $131,837, 1988-1992.
  39. Program Evaluator, Homeless Prevention Project for Mentally Ill Adults (PI: Brenda Hampton) . NIMH, $73,746, 1988-1991.
  40. Program Evaluator, Indiana Supported Work Demonstration Project (PI: Larry Miller) . Social Security Administration, $44,258, 1988-1991.
  41. Principal Investigator, Evaluation of Project PRO-ACT. CO-MHAR, Philadelphia , PA , $16,397, 1987-1990.
  42. Participant, NIMH Model Pre-Service Curriculum for Preparing Professionals to Use a Rehabilitation Approach with the Long Term Mentally Ill. NIMH ( Boston University ), 1987-1989.
  43. Co-Principal Investigator, Community Alternatives for Psychiatric Recidivists. Funded by NIMH (Grant No. 1 R0l MH39092-01); $324,243; 1984-1987.
  44. Principal Investigator, Evaluation of Assertive Case Management in Indiana . Indiana DMH, $14,892, 1986-1987.
  45. Principal Investigator, Thresholds Crisis Housing Study. IL DMHDD, $5,000, 1987.
  46. Principal Investigator, Evaluation of Counseling for Mastectomy Patients . National Cancer Institute (Grant R18 CA 27912), $270,449, 1980-1983.
  47. Principal Investigator, Gradual and Accelerated Vocational Rehabilitation Approaches for the Psychiatrically Disabled: A Field Experiment. IL DMHDD, $102,582, 1980-1982.
  48. Principal Investigator, Community Alternatives Project for Chronic Recidivists. IL DMHDD, $30,000, 1982.
  49. Principal Investigator, Reducing Rehospitalizations for Chronic Psychiatric Recidivists. IL DMHDD, $18,000, 1981-1982.
  50. Principal Investigator, Matching Patient to Treatment in Group Psychotherapy, Northwestern University Medical School . $4,200; 1977-1979.
  51. Principal Investigator, Evaluation of Counseling for Mastectomy Patients. National Cancer Institute (Grant R18 CA 27912), $270,449, 1980-1983.
  52. Principal Investigator, Gradual and Accelerated Vocational Rehabilitation Approaches for the Psychiatrically Disabled: A Field Experiment. IL DMHDD, $102,582, 1980-1982.
  53. Principal Investigator, Community Alternatives Project for Chronic Recidivists. IL DMHDD, $30,000, 1982.
  54. Principal Investigator, Reducing Rehospitalizations for Chronic Psychiatric Recidivists. IL DMHDD, $18,000, 1981-1982.
  55. Principal Investigator, Matching Patient to Treatment in Group Psychotherapy, Northwestern University Medical School. $4,200; 1977-1979.
  56. Project Coordinator, Community Support System Demonstration Program for the Chronically Mentally Ill. IL DMHDD, $38,640, 1983.

 

Reviewer for National Grant Programs

•  NIMH, Interventions Committee for Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders (2006-2008)

•  NIMH, Interventions Review Committee, Ad Hoc Reviewer (2004-present)

•  NIMH Loan Repayment Program (2004-present)

•  NIMH, Services Research Review Committee (1994-1997)

•  NIMH, Ad Hoc Reviewer, Special Review Committees (1988-1994; 1999-present)

•  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Mental Health Services Development Program (1987-1988)

•  Rehabilitation Services Administration (1992)

Reviewer of University Programs

•  Doctoral Program in Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Behavioral Health Care, School of Health Related Professions, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, January, 1999.

•  Indiana University School of Social Work, April, 1999.

 

External Reviewer of University Programs

   

Current Classroom Teaching

•  Psy I613 Psychiatric Rehabilitation (graduate seminar)

•  Psy 689/I643 Research Methods (graduate seminar)

•  Psy 600 Statistical Inference

•  B305 Statistics (undergraduate)

Mentoring

•  Graduate Student Research Committees: Supervised 33 Ph.D. dissertations and 51 masters theses completed between 1980 and present; chair for 35 of these

•  Postdoctoral Fellows Sponsored: Elizabeth McDonel (NASMHPD Fellow, 1991-1993); Michelle Salyers (NASMHPD Fellow, 1999-2000); Hea-Won Kim (Eli Lilly funding, 1999-2001); Angie Rollins (SAMHSA funding; 2002-2003)

•  K23 Mentoring: Seth Himelhoch, M.D., M.P.H., University of Maryland Department of Psychiatry, HIV Care for Substance Users with Psychiatric Disorders . NIDA K23 Mentored Research Career Development Award (2050-2010).

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