Michael Rowe, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry; Co-Director, Program for Recovery and Community Health; Principal Investigator, CMHC Citizenship Project

Departments & Organizations

Psychiatry: Connecticut Mental Health Center | Psychology Section | Recovery and Community Health, Yale Program for | Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health

Office of Student Research

Office of Cooperative Research

Biography

My research and related consultation and teaching has centered for the past fifteen years on citizenship as an applied theoretical framework for the social inclusion and participating membership in society of people with mental illnesses. Related to this work is my past and continuing writing and research on homelessness and mental health outreach and peer-informed interventions for people with mental illness and criminal histories. I also write and have conducted research in the areas of narrative medicine, patient-doctor relationships, high-technology medicine, and medical errors.

Education & Training

PhD Yale University (1996)

Honors & Recognition

  • 2012 First Place, Clinical Innovations in Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry: “The Citizenship Intervention”2012 First Place, Clinical Innovations in Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry: “The Citizenship Intervention”YSM, Department of Psychiatry (2012)

International Activity

  • Citizenship intervention and measure development Glasgow, United Kingdom (2013 - 2017)

    Research on citizenship as a framework for the social inclusion and full community membership of people with mental illnesses, including those with co-occurring substance addictions and/or criminal histories.

  • Mental health research Canada; France (2003 - 2013)

    Research and consultation on citizenship and recovery-oriented care including peers (persons with lived experience of behavioral health disorders) as staff and researchers.

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