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Larry Davidson, PhD

Professor of Psychiatry; Senior Policy Advisor, Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services; Director, Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health

Research Summary

My training, research, and policy interests focus on the interface of recovery in psychiatric and substance use disorders with membership in society. I have investigated processes of recovery in psychosis, using peer support and other social engagement strategies in engaging people with co-occurring disorders and/or who are homeless into care, the development of qualitative and participatory research methods, the development and evaluation of innovative, community-based psychosocial interventions, and the promotion of collaborative relationships between people with behavioral health disorders and their healthcare providers. Much of this work has been oriented toward articulating a disability and civil rights perspective on psychiatric disorders, attempting to create an array of pathways into community life for people with psychiatric disabilities. Throughout this work, my colleagues and I also have attempted to identify and redress social, political, and economic disparities as they relate to healthcare, opportunities for recovery, and the participation of persons with disabilities in the activities, and communities, of their choice.

Extensive Research Description

There have been three major foci to my developing program of research: understanding processes of recovery in psychosis; developing and evaluating community-based and psychosocial interventions to promote recovery, and; designing and analyzing policies to foster community integration among people with psychosis. First, in collaboration with John Strauss I was able to articulate, develop, and apply empirical-qualitative methods to the study of psychosis and processes of recovery. Initially through a series of longitudinal interviews with people living with, and at times recovering from, psychosis I identified a number of common elements in the processes involved in improvement. These findings led to a series of papers beginning in 1992 in which my colleagues and I described the various roles the person with the disorder can play in his or her own recovery as well as in the recovery of his or her peers. Primary among the elements involved in these processes were (re-) establishing a sense of efficacy as a social agent and a sense of belonging among one's non-disabled peers.

These appeared to provide cornerstones of recovery, especially for a population that had developed a secondary disability due to prolonged symptoms, impairment, demoralization, and social isolation. Beginning in 1995, we then began to apply these insights, through a participatory research approach, in the development and evaluation of psychosocial interventions designed collaboratively with people with prolonged psychosis. Through studies of individual and groups forms of peer support, we identified a number of potential avenues of access for people with disabilities to exit the psychiatric ghettos of community-based systems of care and return to the broader community. This research initially was taken up by the Mental Health Consumer Movement both in the U.S. and elsewhere, and then began to impact clinical psychiatry when we were able to demonstrate the effectiveness of this approach in enhancing participants' social functioning and decreasing their use of intensive and costly services. These studies also have since served as the impetus for large-scale, controlled studies funded by the National Institutes of Health and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration assessing the effectiveness of peer-based and culturally-responsive interventions in increasing access to care and improving functional outcomes among people with psychosis.

On somewhat of a parallel track, my work in public policy has been devoted to developing systems of care that promote the recovery and community integration of people with psychiatric disabilities. These efforts at the local, state, and federal level have involved introducing evidence-based, recovery-oriented, and culturally responsive services and structures across systems of care, and evaluating their effectiveness in improving patient and service system outcomes. Examples of our contributions include peer engagement as an alternative to mandated outpatient treatment and the use of psychiatric advance directives to extend a person's capacity to make his or her own healthcare-related decisions during times of distress or disorganization.

NIMH #MH099012, “Person Centered Care Planning and Service Engagement,” M. Desai, Principal Investigator, L. Davidson, Primary Mentor, 5% effort, $371,022 total, $125,000 direct costs per year, 3/1/2015-2/28/2017.

PCORI #IH-0043, “Broadening Stakeholder Involvement in Behavioral Health Research,” L. Davidson, Principal Investigator, 5% effort, $250,000 total, $125,000 per year, 2/1/15-1/31/17.

SAMHSA #H79SM061708, “Transforming Lives through Supported Employment,” J. Girard, Principal Investigator, L. Davidson, Co-Investigator, 2%, $4,000,000 total, $800,000 per year, $480,000 direct costs per year, 10/14-9/19.

NIMH R01 #MH097796, “Recovery-oriented Structures, Practices, and Outcomes in CMHCs: A National Study,” M. O’Connell, Principal Investigator, L. Davidson, Co-Investigator, 10%, $2,827,065 total costs, $1,822,000, 9/14-8/18.

PCORI #IH-1304-7294, “Increasing Health Care Choices and Improving Health Outcomes Among Persons with Serious Mental Illness,” C. Bellamy, Principal Investigator, L. Davidson, Co-Investigator, 5% effort, $2,080,935 total costs, $1,485,000 direct costs, 10/13-9/16.

NIMH R01 #MH099012, “Implementing Person-Centered Care Planning in Clinical Practice,” V. Stanhope, Principal Investigator, L. Davidson, Co-Investigator, 10% effort, $2,821,216 total costs, $1,733,563 direct costs, 11/13-10/17.

Coauthors

Research Interests

Mental Disorders; Mental Processes; Psychological Phenomena; Psychological Theory; Substance-Related Disorders; Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders; Psychiatry and Psychology

Selected Publications

  • Person-Centered Recovery Planning as a Roadmap to RecoveryTondora J, Adams N, Grieder D, Davidson L. Person-Centered Recovery Planning as a Roadmap to Recovery 2022, 117-133. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-10239-4_10.
  • A Qualitative Study to Support Future Implementation of Peer Support in a Psychiatric Emergency Room Service in Campinas, Brazildos Santos D, do Carmo Reis G, Costa M, Banzato C, Bellamy C, O’Connell M, McDonald-Bellamy H, Davidson L, Onocko-Campos R. A Qualitative Study to Support Future Implementation of Peer Support in a Psychiatric Emergency Room Service in Campinas, Brazil Journal Of Recovery In Mental Health 2022, 5: 5-18. DOI: 10.33137/jrmh.v5i2.38178.
  • Recovery Coaching In and Out of Emergency Departments: an Overview of the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery’s (CCAR) Emergency Department Recovery Coaching ProgramStanojlović M, Allen R, Valentine P, Davidson L, O’Connell M. Recovery Coaching In and Out of Emergency Departments: an Overview of the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery’s (CCAR) Emergency Department Recovery Coaching Program International Journal Of Mental Health And Addiction 2022, 1-10. DOI: 10.1007/s11469-022-00772-7.
  • Recovery, Social Inclusion, and the Capability Approach in Mental HealthNess O, Davidson L, Oute J, von Heimburg D. Recovery, Social Inclusion, and the Capability Approach in Mental Health 2021, 1-8. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-12852-4_53-1.
  • Peer support for people with psychiatric illnessBellamy C, Klee A, Cornejo X, Guy K, Costa M, Davidson L. Peer support for people with psychiatric illness 2020, 538-546. DOI: 10.1093/med/9780190653279.003.0060.
  • When reality breaks from us: lived experience wisdom in the Covid-19 eraFlorence A, Florence A, Miller R, Bellamy C, Bernard P, Bernard P, Bien C, Bien C, Atterbury K, Atterbury K, Bragg C, Bragg C, Diaz A, Diaz A, Gardien E, Gardien E, Guy K, Guy K, Hansen C, Hansen C, Maclean K, Maclean K, Milton B, Milton B, Nelson L, Nelson L, Samoskevich J, Samoskevich J, Smith S, Smith S, Stanojlovic M, Stanojlovic M, Wexler T, Wexler T, Zorzanelli R, Zorzanelli R, Davidson L. When reality breaks from us: lived experience wisdom in the Covid-19 era Psychosis 2020, 12: 363-367. DOI: 10.1080/17522439.2020.1817138.
  • Recovery from mental illness versus substance use disorderCorrigan P, Qin S, Davidson L, Schomerus G, Shuman V, Smelson D. Recovery from mental illness versus substance use disorder Advances In Dual Diagnosis 2020, 13: 101-110. DOI: 10.1108/add-10-2019-0012.
  • “Come together”: a thematic analysis of experiences with belongingOgundipe E, Sælør K, Dybdahl K, Davidson L, Biong S. “Come together”: a thematic analysis of experiences with belonging Advances In Dual Diagnosis 2020, 13: 123-134. DOI: 10.1108/add-03-2020-0002.
  • T224. TESTING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A BRIEF, PEER SUPPORT INTERVENTION TO FACILITATE TRANSITION FROM PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALIZATION FOR A SCHIZOPHRENIA SPECTRUM POPULATIONKidd S, Davidson L, Velligan D, Voineskos A. T224. TESTING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A BRIEF, PEER SUPPORT INTERVENTION TO FACILITATE TRANSITION FROM PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALIZATION FOR A SCHIZOPHRENIA SPECTRUM POPULATION Schizophrenia Bulletin 2020, 46: s318-s318. PMCID: PMC7234333, DOI: 10.1093/schbul/sbaa029.784.
  • A sort of friend: narratives from young people and parents about collaboration with a mental health outreach teamSoggiu A, Klevan T, Davidson L, Karlsson B. A sort of friend: narratives from young people and parents about collaboration with a mental health outreach team Social Work In Mental Health 2020, 18: 383-397. DOI: 10.1080/15332985.2020.1761932.
  • Posttraumatic growth and recovery following a first episode of psychosis: a narrative review of two conceptsJordan G, Iyer S, Malla A, Davidson L. Posttraumatic growth and recovery following a first episode of psychosis: a narrative review of two concepts Psychosis 2020, 12: 285-294. DOI: 10.1080/17522439.2020.1736610.
  • Peer Supports in RecoverySchmutte T, Guy K, Davidson L, Bellamy C. Peer Supports in Recovery 2020, 245-252. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-19847-3_21.
  • Concept and Model of RecoveryDavidson L, Roe D, Tondora J. Concept and Model of Recovery 2020, 57-70. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-19847-3_7.
  • ‘When I sing I use all my tools’: Singing to infants as an expression of creativity in mothersBrisola E, Cury V, Davidson L. ‘When I sing I use all my tools’: Singing to infants as an expression of creativity in mothers International Journal Of Music In Early Childhood 2019, 14: 181-192. DOI: 10.1386/ijmec_00004_1.
  • “Needing different things from different people” – a qualitative exploration of recovery in first episode psychosisHansen H, Stige S, Davidson L, Løberg E, Veseth M. “Needing different things from different people” – a qualitative exploration of recovery in first episode psychosis Social Work In Mental Health 2019, 18: 75-95. DOI: 10.1080/15332985.2019.1679324.
  • An Investigation of Experiences Diagnosed as Depression in Primary Care—From the Perspective of the DiagnosedDesai M, Wertz F, Davidson L, Karasz A. An Investigation of Experiences Diagnosed as Depression in Primary Care—From the Perspective of the Diagnosed Qualitative Psychology 2019, 6: 268-279. DOI: 10.1037/qup0000129.
  • Mother–Infant Relationships Mediated by SingingBrisola E, Cury V, Davidson L. Mother–Infant Relationships Mediated by Singing The Humanistic Psychologist 2019, 47: 273-284. DOI: 10.1037/hum0000119.
  • School`s out with fever: service provider perspectives of youth with mental health strugglesSoggiu A, Klevan T, Davidson L, Karlsson B. School`s out with fever: service provider perspectives of youth with mental health struggles International Journal Of Adolescence And Youth 2019, 25: 343-354. DOI: 10.1080/02673843.2019.1646663.
  • From the (Dis)comfort of One’s Own Home: Patients’ Experiences of Hospitalization After Discharge. A Qualitative Study of Lived Experience of Hospitalization from the Perspective of People with a Mental Health DisorderEldal K, Natvik E, Veseth M, Davidson L, Moltu C. From the (Dis)comfort of One’s Own Home: Patients’ Experiences of Hospitalization After Discharge. A Qualitative Study of Lived Experience of Hospitalization from the Perspective of People with a Mental Health Disorder Journal Of Psychosocial Rehabilitation And Mental Health 2019, 6: 187-198. DOI: 10.1007/s40737-019-00143-x.
  • What Is the Meaning of Recovery?Davidson L, Schmutte T. What Is the Meaning of Recovery? 2019, 71-100. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-11908-9_4.
  • T60. SOCIAL MEDIA AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONING IN PSYCHOSIS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEWBjornestad J, Hegelstad W, Berg H, Davidson L, Joa I, Johannessen J, Melle I, Stain H, Pallesen S. T60. SOCIAL MEDIA AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONING IN PSYCHOSIS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Schizophrenia Bulletin 2019, 45: s226-s227. PMCID: PMC6455276, DOI: 10.1093/schbul/sbz019.340.
  • Abstract 220: Understanding Recovery in Patients Following Acute Myocardial InfarctionDreyer R, Pavlo A, Hersey D, Horne A, Dunn R, Krumholz H, Davidson L. Abstract 220: Understanding Recovery in Patients Following Acute Myocardial Infarction Circulation Cardiovascular Quality And Outcomes 2019, 12 DOI: 10.1161/hcq.12.suppl_1.220.
  • Home Groups: Integrating Peer Support and Clinical Care in a Community Mental Health CenterStyron T, Pavlo A, Miller R, Kamens S, Hall B, Fortgang R, Ivey A, Edwards M, Youins R, Bellamy C, Davidson L. Home Groups: Integrating Peer Support and Clinical Care in a Community Mental Health Center International Journal Of Group Psychotherapy 2018, 69: 221-239. DOI: 10.1080/00207284.2018.1533408.
  • The value of peer leadership in groups for persons with psychosisDavidson L, Pavlo A, Styron T, Mao S, Firmin R, Youins R, Edwards M, Bellamy C. The value of peer leadership in groups for persons with psychosis 2018, 166-176. DOI: 10.4324/9781315522616-18.
  • Can There Be a Recovery-Oriented Diagnostic Practice?Pavlo A, Flanagan E, Leitner L, Davidson L. Can There Be a Recovery-Oriented Diagnostic Practice? Journal Of Humanistic Psychology 2018, 59: 319-338. DOI: 10.1177/0022167818787609.
  • Context Matters: Social, Cultural, and Political Dimensions of PTSD Among Vietnam VeteransDesai M, Pavlo A, Davidson L, Harpaz-Rotem I, Rosenheck R. Context Matters: Social, Cultural, and Political Dimensions of PTSD Among Vietnam Veterans Ethical Human Psychology And Psychiatry 2018, 20: 113-119. DOI: 10.1891/1559-4343.20.2.113.
  • 2056 Culture meets person-centered care: An empirical study of mental health and care planning among Latinx and Asian communitiesDesai M, Paranamana N, Restrepo-Toro M, Ocasio L, Herring Y, Crespo M, Davidson L. 2056 Culture meets person-centered care: An empirical study of mental health and care planning among Latinx and Asian communities Journal Of Clinical And Translational Science 2018, 2: 67-67. PMCID: PMC6799459, DOI: 10.1017/cts.2018.245.
  • “We are Actually Colleagues”: Clubhouse Staffs’ Experiences of Working Side-by-side with MembersKinn L, Langeland E, Tanaka K, Davidson L. “We are Actually Colleagues”: Clubhouse Staffs’ Experiences of Working Side-by-side with Members Journal Of Psychosocial Rehabilitation And Mental Health 2018, 5: 63-72. DOI: 10.1007/s40737-018-0110-8.
  • Severe mental disorders in rural China: a longitudinal surveyRan M, Weng X, Liu Y, Zhang T, Thornicroft G, Davidson L, Chui C, Hu S, Yang X, Lin F, Liu C, Liu B, Chen E, Chan C, Kuang W, Xiang M, group C. Severe mental disorders in rural China: a longitudinal survey The Lancet 2017, 390: s37. DOI: 10.1016/s0140-6736(17)33175-6.
  • A qualitative description of community service, business, and organization perspectives on mental illness and inclusionKidd S, Frederick T, Tarasoff L, Virdee G, Lurie S, Davidson L, Morris D, McKenzie K. A qualitative description of community service, business, and organization perspectives on mental illness and inclusion American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2017, 20: 327-345. DOI: 10.1080/15487768.2017.1374219.
  • The Challenge of Social Inclusion: A Basis for Enclave Community ApproachesTanaka K, Davidson L. The Challenge of Social Inclusion: A Basis for Enclave Community Approaches Journal Of Psychosocial Rehabilitation And Mental Health 2017, 4: 189-204. DOI: 10.1007/s40737-017-0100-2.
  • Shared decision making within the context of recovery-oriented careDavidson L, Tondora J, Pavlo A, Stanhope V. Shared decision making within the context of recovery-oriented care Mental Health Review Journal 2017, 22: 179-190. DOI: 10.1108/mhrj-01-2017-0007.
  • A Participatory Approach to Person‐Centred ResearchDavidson L, Bellamy C, Flanagan E, Guy K, O'Connell M. A Participatory Approach to Person‐Centred Research 2017, 69-83. DOI: 10.1002/9781119099635.ch6.
  • Recovery, citizenship, and psychosocial rehabilitation: A dialog between Brazilian and American mental health care approachesCampos R, Campos R, Costa M, Pereira M, Pereira M, Ricci E, Ricci E, da Silva Tavares Enes G, da Silva Tavares Enes G, Janeth L, Janeth L, Chavez E, Chavez E, Reis G, Davidson L. Recovery, citizenship, and psychosocial rehabilitation: A dialog between Brazilian and American mental health care approaches American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2017, 20: 311-326. DOI: 10.1080/15487768.2017.1338071.
  • Lessons from a national mental health arts festivalAldam G, Dickie R, Knifton L, Davidson L. Lessons from a national mental health arts festival American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2017, 20: 298-310. DOI: 10.1080/15487768.2017.1338069.
  • An update on the growing evidence base for peer supportBellamy C, Schmutte T, Davidson L. An update on the growing evidence base for peer support Mental Health And Social Inclusion 2017, 21: 161-167. DOI: 10.1108/mhsi-03-2017-0014.
  • “Sorting things out together”: Young adults’ experiences of collaborative practices in mental health and substance use careNess O, Kvello Ø, Borg M, Semb R, Davidson L. “Sorting things out together”: Young adults’ experiences of collaborative practices in mental health and substance use care American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2017, 20: 126-142. DOI: 10.1080/15487768.2017.1302369.
  • 110. “With a Little Help from My Friends” Social Predictors of Clinical Recovery in First-Episode PsychosisBjornestad J, Hegelstad W, Joa I, Davidson L, Larsend T, Melle I, Veseth M, Johannessen J, Bronnick K. 110. “With a Little Help from My Friends” Social Predictors of Clinical Recovery in First-Episode Psychosis Schizophrenia Bulletin 2017, 43: s57-s57. PMCID: PMC5475604, DOI: 10.1093/schbul/sbx021.148.
  • First-person experiences of recovery in co-occurring mental health and substance use conditionsBrekke E, Lien L, Davidson L, Biong S. First-person experiences of recovery in co-occurring mental health and substance use conditions Advances In Dual Diagnosis 2017, 10: 13-24. DOI: 10.1108/add-07-2016-0015.
  • Collaborating to stay open and aware: Service user involvement in mental health research as an aid in reflexivityVeseth M, Binder P, Borg M, Davidson L. Collaborating to stay open and aware: Service user involvement in mental health research as an aid in reflexivity Nordic Psychology 2017, 69: 256-263. DOI: 10.1080/19012276.2017.1282324.
  • Community participation within the context of recovery: multiple perspectives on South Asians with schizophreniaVirdee G, Frederick T, Tarasoff L, McKenzie K, Davidson L, Kidd S. Community participation within the context of recovery: multiple perspectives on South Asians with schizophrenia International Journal Of Culture And Mental Health 2017, 10: 1-14. DOI: 10.1080/17542863.2016.1270979.
  • Building comprehensive narratives from dialogical encounters: A path in search of meaningsBRISOLA E, CURY V, DAVIDSON L. Building comprehensive narratives from dialogical encounters: A path in search of meanings Estudos De Psicologia (Campinas) 2017, 34: 467-475. DOI: 10.1590/1982-02752017000400003.
  • Recovery in Bipolar Disorders: Experienced Therapists’ View of Their Patients’ Struggles and Efforts When Facing a Severe Mental IllnessVeseth M, Binder P, Borg M, Davidson L. Recovery in Bipolar Disorders: Experienced Therapists’ View of Their Patients’ Struggles and Efforts When Facing a Severe Mental Illness Journal Of Psychotherapy Integration 2016, 26: 437-449. DOI: 10.1037/int0000046.
  • “Watch your steps” – Community mental health professionals’ perspectives on the vocational rehabilitation of people with severe mental illnessKinn L, Holgersen H, Borg M, Davidson L. “Watch your steps” – Community mental health professionals’ perspectives on the vocational rehabilitation of people with severe mental illness Scandinavian Psychologist 2016, 3 DOI: 10.15714/scandpsychol.3.e16.
  • EXPLORING THE CONTOURS OF RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN CREATING COMMUNITY: A FOCUS ON PERSONS WITH PSYCHOSISVirdee G, Frederick T, Tarasoff L, McKenzie K, Davidson L, Kidd S. EXPLORING THE CONTOURS OF RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY IN CREATING COMMUNITY: A FOCUS ON PERSONS WITH PSYCHOSIS Journal Of Community Psychology 2016, 44: 1081-1087. DOI: 10.1002/jcop.21829.
  • Crazy: A creative and personal look at mental illnessDavidson L. Crazy: A creative and personal look at mental illness American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2016, 19: 394-396. DOI: 10.1080/15487768.2016.1232118.
  • Applying Recovery Principles to the Treatment of TraumaSmith J, Hyman S, Andres-Hyman R, Ruiz J, Davidson L. Applying Recovery Principles to the Treatment of Trauma Professional Psychology Research And Practice 2016, 47: 347-355. DOI: 10.1037/pro0000105.
  • Principles for Recovery-Oriented Inpatient CareDavidson L, Carr E, Bellamy C, Tondora J, Fossey E, Styron T, Davidson M, Elsamra S. Principles for Recovery-Oriented Inpatient Care 2016, 39-58. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-40537-7_2.
  • Stigma and RecoveryFlanagan E, Pavlo A, Davidson L. Stigma and Recovery 2016, 551-570. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-27839-1_31.
  • The central role of self-agency in clinical recovery from first episode psychosisBjornestad J, Bronnick K, Davidson L, Hegelstad W, Joa I, Kandal O, Larsen T, Langeveld J, Veseth M, Melle I, Johannessen J. The central role of self-agency in clinical recovery from first episode psychosis Psychosis 2016, 9: 140-148. DOI: 10.1080/17522439.2016.1198828.
  • Locating community among people with schizophrenia living in a diverse urban environmentKidd S, Frederick T, Tarasoff L, Virdee G, Lurie S, Davidson L, Morris D, McKenzie K. Locating community among people with schizophrenia living in a diverse urban environment American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2016, 19: 103-121. DOI: 10.1080/15487768.2016.1162757.
  • “We are different people”: A narrative analysis of carers’ experiences with mental health crisis and support from crisis resolution teamsKlevan T, Davidson L, Ruud T, Karlsson B. “We are different people”: A narrative analysis of carers’ experiences with mental health crisis and support from crisis resolution teams Social Work In Mental Health 2016, 14: 658-675. DOI: 10.1080/15332985.2015.1133471.
  • Introduction: In honor of John S. Strauss, MDDavidson L. Introduction: In honor of John S. Strauss, MD American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2016, 19: 1-2. DOI: 10.1080/15487768.2016.1136155.
  • Introduction and SignificanceJacobs S, Ball S, Davidson L, Díaz E, DeSanto Iennaco J, McMahon T, Rohrbaugh R, Steiner J, Styron T, Sernyak M, Zonana H. Introduction and Significance 2016, 1-12. DOI: 10.1093/med/9780190214678.003.0001.
  • Conclusion and Future ChallengesJacobs S, Ball S, Davidson L, Díaz E, DeSanto Iennaco J, McMahon T, Rohrbaugh R, Steiner J, Styron T, Sernyak M, Zonana H. Conclusion and Future Challenges 2016, 273-286. DOI: 10.1093/med/9780190214678.003.0019.
  • Recovery and Recovery-Oriented PracticeDavidson L, Tondora J, O’Connell M, Bellamy C, Pelletier J, DiLeo P, Rehmer P. Recovery and Recovery-Oriented Practice 2016, 33-48. DOI: 10.1093/med/9780190214678.003.0003.
  • The Service System of Public PsychiatryJacobs S, Barkil-Oteo A, DiLeo P, Rehmer P, Davidson L. The Service System of Public Psychiatry 2016, 15-32. DOI: 10.1093/med/9780190214678.003.0002.
  • Clubhouse Community Support for Life: Staff–Member Relationships and RecoveryTanaka K, Craig T, Davidson L. Clubhouse Community Support for Life: Staff–Member Relationships and Recovery Journal Of Psychosocial Rehabilitation And Mental Health 2015, 2: 131-141. DOI: 10.1007/s40737-015-0038-1.
  • Life on a waiting list: How do people experience and cope with delayed access to a community mental health center?Biringer E, Sundfør B, Davidson L, Hartveit M, Borg M. Life on a waiting list: How do people experience and cope with delayed access to a community mental health center? Scandinavian Psychologist 2015, 2 DOI: 10.15714/scandpsychol.2.e6.
  • Person-centered care.Davidson L, Tondora J, Miller R, O'Connell M. Person-centered care. 2015, 81-102. DOI: 10.1037/14644-005.
  • Dare Psychologists Become Change Agents?Davidson L. Dare Psychologists Become Change Agents? Self & Society 2014, 41: 8-12. DOI: 10.1080/03060497.2014.11084337.
  • Book review: The Maudsley Reader in Phenomenological Psychiatry, written by Matthew R. Broome, Robert Harland, Gareth S. Owen, Argyris StringarisDavidson L. Book review: The Maudsley Reader in Phenomenological Psychiatry, written by Matthew R. Broome, Robert Harland, Gareth S. Owen, Argyris Stringaris Journal Of Phenomenological Psychology 2014, 45: 245-250. DOI: 10.1163/15691624-12341278.
  • Beyond co-occurring disorders to behavioral health integrationDavidson L, Evans A, Achara-Abrahams I, White W. Beyond co-occurring disorders to behavioral health integration Advances In Dual Diagnosis 2014, 7: 185-193. DOI: 10.1108/add-07-2014-0017.
  • Pushing, Patience, and Persistence: Peer Providers' Perspectives on Supportive RelationshipsMourra S, Sledge W, Sells D, Lawless M, Davidson L. Pushing, Patience, and Persistence: Peer Providers' Perspectives on Supportive Relationships American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2014, 17: 307-328. DOI: 10.1080/15487768.2014.967601.
  • Facilitators and barriers in dual recovery: a literature review of first-person perspectivesNess O, Borg M, Davidson L. Facilitators and barriers in dual recovery: a literature review of first-person perspectives Advances In Dual Diagnosis 2014, 7: 107-117. DOI: 10.1108/add-02-2014-0007.
  • The Recovery Community Center: A New Model for Volunteer Peer Support to Promote RecoveryHaberle B, Conway S, Valentine P, Evans A, White W, Davidson L. The Recovery Community Center: A New Model for Volunteer Peer Support to Promote Recovery Journal Of Groups In Addiction & Recovery 2014, 9: 257-270. DOI: 10.1080/1556035x.2014.940769.
  • Hope and recovery: a scoping reviewSælør K, Ness O, Holgersen H, Davidson L. Hope and recovery: a scoping review Advances In Dual Diagnosis 2014, 7: 63-72. DOI: 10.1108/add-10-2013-0024.
  • Revisiting Sullivan's Self-System: Implications for the Development of Self-Esteem in Individuals with Psychotic DisordersFrank D, Davidson L. Revisiting Sullivan's Self-System: Implications for the Development of Self-Esteem in Individuals with Psychotic Disorders Self & Society 2014, 41: 50-53. DOI: 10.1080/03060497.2014.11084366.
  • The Central Role of Self-Esteem for Persons with PsychosisFrank D, Davidson L. The Central Role of Self-Esteem for Persons with Psychosis The Humanistic Psychologist 2014, 42: 24-34. DOI: 10.1080/08873267.2013.771531.
  • Philosophical Foundations of Humanistic PsychologyDavidson L. Philosophical Foundations of Humanistic Psychology Self & Society 2013, 40: 7-17. DOI: 10.1080/03060497.2013.11084256.
  • The Global Model of Public Mental Health through the WHO QualityRights projectPelletier J, Fortin D, Laporta M, Pomey M, Roelandt J, Guézennec P, Murray M, DiLeo P, Davidson L, Rowe M. The Global Model of Public Mental Health through the WHO QualityRights project Journal Of Public Mental Health 2013, 12: 212-223. DOI: 10.1108/jpmh-06-2013-0048.
  • Perceived Stigma Exposure in Schizophrenia: The Key Role of Self-concept ClarityNoyman-Veksler G, Weinberg D, Fennig S, Davidson L, Shahar G. Perceived Stigma Exposure in Schizophrenia: The Key Role of Self-concept Clarity Self And Identity 2013, 12: 663-674. DOI: 10.1080/15298868.2012.732265.
  • Psychiatric diagnosis: what the recovery movement can offer the DSM-5 revision processZisman-Ilani Y, Roe D, Flanagan E, Rudnick A, Davidson L. Psychiatric diagnosis: what the recovery movement can offer the DSM-5 revision process Psychosis 2013, 5: 144-153. DOI: 10.1080/17522439.2012.699542.
  • How I found out I had a bipolar disorder: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of the process of identifying that one is struggling with a severe mental health problemVeseth M, Binder P, Borg M, Davidson L. How I found out I had a bipolar disorder: A reflexive-collaborative exploration of the process of identifying that one is struggling with a severe mental health problem Qualitative Studies 2013, 4: 21-38. DOI: 10.7146/qs.v4i1.8127.
  • Phenomenological and Participatory Research on Schizophrenia: Recovering the Person in Theory and PracticeDavidson L, Stayner D, Lambert S, Smith P, Sledge W. Phenomenological and Participatory Research on Schizophrenia: Recovering the Person in Theory and Practice Journal Of Social Issues 2013, 53: 767-784. DOI: 10.1111/0022-4537.00048.
  • On Receipt of the Carl Rogers Award from the Society for Humanistic PsychologyDavidson L. On Receipt of the Carl Rogers Award from the Society for Humanistic Psychology The Humanistic Psychologist 2013, 41: 1-3. DOI: 10.1080/08873267.2012.726831.
  • The Stockholm Follow-up Study of Users Diagnosed with Psychosis (SUPP): methodology, patient cohort and servicesTopor A, Mattsson M, Denhov A, Bülow P, Holmqvist S, Davidson L. The Stockholm Follow-up Study of Users Diagnosed with Psychosis (SUPP): methodology, patient cohort and services Psychosis 2012, 4: 246-257. DOI: 10.1080/17522439.2011.592986.
  • Giving Back and Getting Something Back: The Role of Mutual-Aid Groups for Individuals in Recovery From Incarceration, Addiction, and Mental IllnessBellamy C, Rowe M, Benedict P, Davidson L. Giving Back and Getting Something Back: The Role of Mutual-Aid Groups for Individuals in Recovery From Incarceration, Addiction, and Mental Illness Journal Of Groups In Addiction & Recovery 2012, 7: 223-236. DOI: 10.1080/1556035x.2012.705703.
  • 8. Des politiques en faveur de l'inclusion socialeDavidson L, Flanagan E, Styron T. 8. Des politiques en faveur de l'inclusion sociale 2012, 131-151. DOI: 10.3917/eres.jouet.2012.01.0131.
  • Designing Policies to Foster the Community Inclusion of People in RecoveryDavidson L, Flanagan E, Styron T. Designing Policies to Foster the Community Inclusion of People in Recovery 2012, 85-98. DOI: 10.1007/978-0-230-39135-2_7.
  • Experiences of Self-Esteem in Outpatients Diagnosed With PsychosisFrank D, Davidson L. Experiences of Self-Esteem in Outpatients Diagnosed With Psychosis Journal Of Humanistic Psychology 2011, 52: 304-320. DOI: 10.1177/0022167811410603.
  • “Service user involvement in practice”: The evaluation of an intervention program for service providers and inpatients in Norwegian Community Mental Health CentersStorm M, Knudsen K, Davidson L, Hausken K, Johannessen J. “Service user involvement in practice”: The evaluation of an intervention program for service providers and inpatients in Norwegian Community Mental Health Centers Psychosis 2011, 3: 29-40. DOI: 10.1080/17522439.2010.501521.
  • User-led Research: A Global and Person-Centered InitiativePelletier J, Lesage A, Delorme A, Macaulay A, Salsberg J, Valle C, Davidson L. User-led Research: A Global and Person-Centered Initiative International Journal Of Mental Health Promotion 2011, 13: 4-12. DOI: 10.1080/14623730.2011.9715645.
  • Mechanisms of stigma in mental health settingsFlanagan E, Corrigan P, Davidson L. Mechanisms of stigma in mental health settings Comprehensive Psychiatry 2010, 51: e4. DOI: 10.1016/j.comppsych.2010.06.025.
  • Illness Related Stress Interacts with Perception of the Self as Ill to Predict Depression in PsychosisShahar G, Weinberg D, McGlashan T, Davidson L. Illness Related Stress Interacts with Perception of the Self as Ill to Predict Depression in Psychosis International Journal Of Cognitive Therapy 2010, 3: 202-210. DOI: 10.1521/ijct.2010.3.2.202.
  • Life Is Not an “Outcome”: Reflections on Recovery as an Outcome and as a ProcessDavidson L, Tondora J, Ridgway P. Life Is Not an “Outcome”: Reflections on Recovery as an Outcome and as a Process American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2010, 13: 1-8. DOI: 10.1080/15487760903489226.
  • The Roots of the Recovery Movement in PsychiatryDavidson L, Rakfeldt J, Strauss J. The Roots of the Recovery Movement in Psychiatry 2010 DOI: 10.1002/9780470682999.
  • The roots of the recovery movement: Lessons learned.Davidson, L.; Rakfeldt, J.; & Strauss, J.S. London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
  • Not Just an Individual Journey: Social Aspects of RecoveryTopor A, Borg M, Di Girolamo S, Davidson L. Not Just an Individual Journey: Social Aspects of Recovery International Journal Of Social Psychiatry 2009, 57: 90-99. DOI: 10.1177/0020764009345062.
  • A Capabilities Approach to Mental Health Transformation: A Conceptual Framework for the Recovery EraDavidson L, Ridgway P, Wieland M, O'Connell M. A Capabilities Approach to Mental Health Transformation: A Conceptual Framework for the Recovery Era Canadian Journal Of Community Mental Health 2009, 28: 35-46. DOI: 10.7870/cjcmh-2009-0021.
  • Purposes and GoalsDavidson L, Ridgway P, Schmutte T, O'Connell M. Purposes and Goals 2009, 87-98. DOI: 10.1002/9780470743157.ch7.
  • Practical guide to recovery-oriented practice: Tools for transforming mental health care.Davidson, L.; Tondora, J.; O’Connell, M.J.; Lawless, M.S.; & Rowe, M.: ANew York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
  • Beyond Generic Support: Incidence and Impact of Invalidation in Peer Services for Clients With Severe Mental IllnessSells D, Black R, Davidson L, Rowe M. Beyond Generic Support: Incidence and Impact of Invalidation in Peer Services for Clients With Severe Mental Illness Psychiatric Services 2008, 59: 1322-1327. DOI: 10.1176/ps.2008.59.11.1322.
  • A Model of Being in Recovery as a Foundation for Recovery-Oriented PracticeDavidson L, Rowe M, Tondora J, O'Connell M, Lawless M. A Model of Being in Recovery as a Foundation for Recovery-Oriented Practice 2008 DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780195304770.003.0007.
  • The Role of the Recovery GuideDavidson L, Rowe M, Tondora J, O'Connell M, Lawless M. The Role of the Recovery Guide 2008 DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780195304770.003.0010.
  • The Top 10 Concerns about Recovery Encountered in System TransformationDavidson L, Rowe M, Tondora J, O'Connell M, Lawless M. The Top 10 Concerns about Recovery Encountered in System Transformation 2008 DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780195304770.003.0008.
  • The Recovery Movement and Its Implications for Transforming Clinical and Rehabilitative PracticeDavidson L, Rowe M, Tondora J, O'Connell M, Lawless M. The Recovery Movement and Its Implications for Transforming Clinical and Rehabilitative Practice 2008 DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780195304770.003.0006.
  • Practice Standards for Recovery-Oriented CareDavidson L, Rowe M, Tondora J, O'Connell M, Lawless M. Practice Standards for Recovery-Oriented Care 2008 DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780195304770.003.0009.
  • From “Double Trouble” to “Dual Recovery”: Integrating Models of Recovery in Addiction and Mental HealthDavidson L, Andres-Hyman R, Bedregal L, Tondora J, Frey J, Kirk T. From “Double Trouble” to “Dual Recovery”: Integrating Models of Recovery in Addiction and Mental Health Journal Of Dual Diagnosis 2008, 4: 273-290. DOI: 10.1080/15504260802072396.
  • Introducing a "Deleuze Effect" into PsychiatryDavidson L, Shahar G. Introducing a "Deleuze Effect" into Psychiatry Philosophy Psychiatry & Psychology 2008, 14: 243-247. DOI: 10.1353/ppp.0.0120.
  • From Deficit to Desire: A Philosophical Reconsideration of Action Models of PsychopathologyDavidson L, Shahar G. From Deficit to Desire: A Philosophical Reconsideration of Action Models of Psychopathology Philosophy Psychiatry & Psychology 2008, 14: 215-232. DOI: 10.1353/ppp.0.0127.
  • The nature of recovery as lived in everyday experienceBorg M, Davidson L. The nature of recovery as lived in everyday experience Journal Of Mental Health 2008, 17: 129-140. DOI: 10.1080/09638230701498382.
  • Severe and Persistent Mental IllnessWexler B, Davidson L, Styron T, Strauss J. Severe and Persistent Mental Illness 2007, 1-20. DOI: 10.1002/9780470994580.ch1.
  • Habits and other Anchors of Everyday Life That People with Psychiatric Disabilities May Not Take for GrantedDavidson L. Habits and other Anchors of Everyday Life That People with Psychiatric Disabilities May Not Take for Granted OTJR Occupation Participation And Health 2007, 27: 60s-68s. DOI: 10.1177/15394492070270s108.
  • “You have to adapt because you have no other choice”: The stories of strength and resilience of 208 homeless youth in New York City and TorontoKidd S, Davidson L. “You have to adapt because you have no other choice”: The stories of strength and resilience of 208 homeless youth in New York City and Toronto Journal Of Community Psychology 2007, 35: 219-238. DOI: 10.1002/jcop.20144.
  • Stories of working with homeless youth: On being “mind-boggling”Kidd S, Miner S, Walker D, Davidson L. Stories of working with homeless youth: On being “mind-boggling” Children And Youth Services Review 2007, 29: 16-34. DOI: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2006.03.008.
  • Qualitative research methods in psychology: Introduction through empirical studiesDavidson L. Qualitative research methods in psychology: Introduction through empirical studies Journal Of Phenomenological Psychology 2007, 38: 151-154. DOI: 10.1163/156916207x190292.
  • Recovery from versus recovery in serious mental illness: One strategy for lessening confusion plaguing recoveryDavidson L, Roe D. Recovery from versus recovery in serious mental illness: One strategy for lessening confusion plaguing recovery Journal Of Mental Health 2007, 16: 459-470. DOI: 10.1080/09638230701482394.
  • Culture and Clinical Practice: Recommendations for Working With Puerto Ricans and Other Latinas(os) in the United StatesAndrés-Hyman R, Ortiz J, Añez L, Paris M, Davidson L. Culture and Clinical Practice: Recommendations for Working With Puerto Ricans and Other Latinas(os) in the United States Professional Psychology Research And Practice 2006, 37: 694-701. DOI: 10.1037/0735-7028.37.6.694.
  • Consumer Support and Satisfaction with Mental Health Services in Severe Mental Illness: The Moderating Role of MoraleShahar G, Kidd S, Styron T, Davidson L. Consumer Support and Satisfaction with Mental Health Services in Severe Mental Illness: The Moderating Role of Morale Journal Of Social And Clinical Psychology 2006, 25: 945-962. DOI: 10.1521/jscp.2006.25.9.945.
  • LetterDavidson L, O'Connell M, Tondora J. Letter Psychiatric Services 2006, 57: 1510-1511. DOI: 10.1176/ps.2006.57.10.1510a.
  • Troubled youth in transition: An evaluation of Connecticut's special services for individuals aging out of adolescent mental health programsStyron T, O'Connell M, Smalley W, Rau D, Shahar G, Sells D, Frey J, Davidson L. Troubled youth in transition: An evaluation of Connecticut's special services for individuals aging out of adolescent mental health programs Children And Youth Services Review 2006, 28: 1088-1101. DOI: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2005.10.010.
  • Introduction to Part II of the Special IssueDavidson L, Lawless M, Editors D. Introduction to Part II of the Special Issue American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2006, 9: 1-2. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500511182.
  • The Social Nature of Recovery: Discussion and Implications for PracticeMezzina R, Davidson L, Borg M, Marin I, Topor A, Sells D. The Social Nature of Recovery: Discussion and Implications for Practice American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2006, 9: 63-80. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500339436.
  • From Participation to Citizenship: How to Regain a Role, a Status, and a Life in the Process of RecoveryMezzina R, Borg M, Marin I, Sells D, Topor A, Davidson L. From Participation to Citizenship: How to Regain a Role, a Status, and a Life in the Process of Recovery American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2006, 9: 39-61. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500339428.
  • Arenas of Recovery for Persons with Severe Mental IllnessSells D, Borg M, Marin I, Mezzina R, Topor A, Davidson L. Arenas of Recovery for Persons with Severe Mental Illness American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2006, 9: 3-16. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500339402.
  • Others: The Role of Family, Friends, and Professionals in the Recovery ProcessTopor A, Borg M, Mezzina R, Sells D, Marin I, Davidson L. Others: The Role of Family, Friends, and Professionals in the Recovery Process American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2006, 9: 17-37. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500339410.
  • Preliminary Evaluation of the Validity and Reliability of the Spanish Version of the Therapeutic Alliance with Clinician (TAC) QuestionnaireBedregal L, Paris M, Añez L, Shahar G, Davidson L. Preliminary Evaluation of the Validity and Reliability of the Spanish Version of the Therapeutic Alliance with Clinician (TAC) Questionnaire Social Indicators Research 2006, 78: 19-32. DOI: 10.1007/s11205-005-7157-0.
  • La relation thérapeutique sans le savoir. Approche anthropologique de la rencontre entre travailleurs pairs et personnes sans chez-soi ayant une co-occurrence psychiatriqueGirard V, Driffin K, Musso S, Naudin J, Rowe M, Davidson L, Lovell A. La relation thérapeutique sans le savoir. Approche anthropologique de la rencontre entre travailleurs pairs et personnes sans chez-soi ayant une co-occurrence psychiatrique L Évolution Psychiatrique 2006, 71: 75-85. DOI: 10.1016/j.evopsy.2005.12.008.
  • Recovery in Serious Mental Illness: A New Wine or Just a New Bottle?Davidson L, O'Connell M, Tondora J, Lawless M, Evans A. Recovery in Serious Mental Illness: A New Wine or Just a New Bottle? Professional Psychology Research And Practice 2005, 36: 480-487. DOI: 10.1037/0735-7028.36.5.480.
  • Recovery GuidesDavidson L, Tondora J, Staeheli M, O’Connell M, Frey J, Chinman M. Recovery Guides 2005, 477-501. DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195159226.003.0030.
  • Processes of Recovery in Serious Mental Illness: Findings from a Multinational StudyDAVIDSON L, BORG M, MARIN I, TOPOR A, MEZZINA R, SELLS D. Processes of Recovery in Serious Mental Illness: Findings from a Multinational Study American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2005, 8: 177-201. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500339360.
  • Contexts and Narratives of RecoverySELLS D, ANDRÉS-HYMAN R, LAWLESS M, BORG M, TOPOR A, MEZZINA R, MARIN I, DAVIDSON L. Contexts and Narratives of Recovery American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2005, 8: 203-221. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500339378.
  • The Person's Role in RecoveryMARIN I, MEZZINA R, BORG M, TOPOR A, LAWLESS M, SELLS D, DAVIDSON L. The Person's Role in Recovery American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2005, 8: 223-242. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500339386.
  • What Makes a House a Home: The Role of Material Resources in Recovery from Severe Mental IllnessBORG M, SELLS D, TOPOR A, MEZZINA R, MARIN I, DAVIDSON L. What Makes a House a Home: The Role of Material Resources in Recovery from Severe Mental Illness American Journal Of Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2005, 8: 243-256. DOI: 10.1080/15487760500339394.
  • Help seeking and satisfaction among Latinas: The roles of setting, ethnic identity, and therapeutic allianceParis M, Añez L, Bedregal L, Andrés‐Hyman R, Davidson L. Help seeking and satisfaction among Latinas: The roles of setting, ethnic identity, and therapeutic alliance Journal Of Community Psychology 2005, 33: 299-312. DOI: 10.1002/jcop.20049.
  • Destinations and detours of the users' movementRoe D, Davidson L. Destinations and detours of the users' movement Journal Of Mental Health 2005, 14: 429-433. DOI: 10.1080/08893670500270734.
  • WHAT PSYCHOTHERAPISTS CAN BEGIN TO LEARN FROM NEUROSCIENCE: SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF A BRAIN-BASED PSYCHOTHERAPYCAPPAS N, ANDRES-HYMAN R, DAVIDSON L. WHAT PSYCHOTHERAPISTS CAN BEGIN TO LEARN FROM NEUROSCIENCE: SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF A BRAIN-BASED PSYCHOTHERAPY Psychotherapy 2005, 42: 374-383. DOI: 10.1037/0033-3204.42.3.374.
  • Psychometric Properties of the Spanish Version of the Therapeutic Collaboration Scale (TCS)Paris M, Bedregal L, Añez L, Shahar G, Davidson L. Psychometric Properties of the Spanish Version of the Therapeutic Collaboration Scale (TCS) Hispanic Journal Of Behavioral Sciences 2004, 26: 390-402. DOI: 10.1177/0739986304267206.
  • Supported socialization for people with psychiatric disabilities: Lessons from a randomized controlled trialDavidson L, Shahar G, Stayner D, Chinman M, Rakfeldt J, Tebes J. Supported socialization for people with psychiatric disabilities: Lessons from a randomized controlled trial Journal Of Community Psychology 2004, 32: 453-477. DOI: 10.1002/jcop.20013.
  • Trauma and Adaptation in Severe Mental Illness: The Role of Self-Reported Abuse and Exposure to Community ViolenceShahar G, Wisher A, Chinman M, Sells D, Kloos B, Tebes J, Davidson L. Trauma and Adaptation in Severe Mental Illness: The Role of Self-Reported Abuse and Exposure to Community Violence Journal Of Trauma & Dissociation 2004, 5: 29-47. DOI: 10.1300/j229v05n01_03.
  • Generating Coherence out of Chaos: Examples of the Utility of Empathic Bridges in Phenomenological ResearchSells D, Topor A, Davidson L. Generating Coherence out of Chaos: Examples of the Utility of Empathic Bridges in Phenomenological Research Journal Of Phenomenological Psychology 2004, 35: 253-271. DOI: 10.1163/1569162042652164.
  • Language, Suffering, and the Question of Immanence: Toward a Respectful Phenomenological PsychopathologySells D, Staeheli M, Davidson L, Stayner D. Language, Suffering, and the Question of Immanence: Toward a Respectful Phenomenological Psychopathology Journal Of Phenomenological Psychology 2004, 35: 197-232. DOI: 10.1163/1569162042652236.
  • Pathways to friendship in the lives of people with psychosis: Incorporating narrative into experimental researchStayner D, Staeheli M, Davidson L. Pathways to friendship in the lives of people with psychosis: Incorporating narrative into experimental research Journal Of Phenomenological Psychology 2004, 35: 233-252. DOI: 10.1163/1569162042652209.
  • Living Outside Mental Illness: Qualitative Studies of Recovery in Schizophrenia.Davidson, L.: New York: New York University Press, 2003.
  • Schizophrenia, TreatmentSteiner J, Madonick S, Davidson L. Schizophrenia, Treatment 2003, 212-215. DOI: 10.1016/b0-12-226870-9/01284-3.
  • Service providers' views of psychiatric mutual support groupsChinman M, Kloos B, O'Connell M, Davidson L. Service providers' views of psychiatric mutual support groups Journal Of Community Psychology 2002, 30: 349-366. DOI: 10.1002/jcop.10010.
  • Language, Logic, and Recovery: A Commentary on van StadenFalzer P, Davidson L. Language, Logic, and Recovery: A Commentary on van Staden Philosophy Psychiatry & Psychology 2002, 9: 131-136. DOI: 10.1353/ppp.2003.0025.
  • Homelessness, Mental Illness and CitizenshipRowe M, Kloos B, Chinman M, Davidson L, Cross A. Homelessness, Mental Illness and Citizenship Social Policy And Administration 2001, 35: 14-31. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9515.00217.
  • Beyond Babel: Establishing system-wide principles of collaborative care for adults with serious and persistent mental illnessDavidson L, Nickou C, Lynch P, Moscariello S, Sinha R, Steiner J, Jacobs S, Hoge M. Beyond Babel: Establishing system-wide principles of collaborative care for adults with serious and persistent mental illness 2001, Volume 8: 17-41. DOI: 10.1016/s0196-1152(01)80004-1.
  • Instrument for the Assessment of Prodromal Symptoms and StatesMcGlashan T, Miller T, Woods S, Hoffman R, Davidson L. Instrument for the Assessment of Prodromal Symptoms and States 2001, 135-149. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-010-0892-1_7.
  • Psychology Internships in the Treatment of Severe Mental Illness: Implications for Training in Academic Medical CentersHoge M, Stayner D, Davidson L. Psychology Internships in the Treatment of Severe Mental Illness: Implications for Training in Academic Medical Centers Journal Of Clinical Psychology In Medical Settings 2000, 7: 213-222. DOI: 10.1023/a:1009580413935.
  • Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Urban Youth: Applying Lessons From the Community Mental Health MovementPruett M, Davidson L, McMahon T, Ward N, Griffith E. Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Urban Youth: Applying Lessons From the Community Mental Health Movement Children's Services 2000, 3: 63-83. DOI: 10.1207/s15326918cs0302_1.
  • Building Full-Service Schools: Lessons Learned in the Development of Interagency CollaborativesMcMahon T, Ward N, Pruett M, Davidson L, Griffith E. Building Full-Service Schools: Lessons Learned in the Development of Interagency Collaboratives Journal Of Educational And Psychological Consultation 2000, 11: 65-92. DOI: 10.1207/s1532768xjepc1101_05.
  • Building Full-Service Schools: Lessons Learned in the Development of Interagency CollaborativesMcMahon T, Ward N, Pruett M, Davidson L, Griffith E. Building Full-Service Schools: Lessons Learned in the Development of Interagency Collaboratives Journal Of Educational And Psychological Consultation 2000, 11: 65-92. DOI: 10.1207/s1532768xjepc1101_5.
  • “Please Ask Me How I Am”: Experiences of Family Homelessness in the Context of Single Mothers’ LivesStyron T, Janoff-Bulman R, Davidson L. “Please Ask Me How I Am”: Experiences of Family Homelessness in the Context of Single Mothers’ Lives Journal Of Social Distress And The Homeless 2000, 9: 143-165. DOI: 10.1023/a:1012945602583.
  • The Welcome Basket Project: Consumers Reaching Out to ConsumersWeingarten R, Chinman M, Tworkowski S, Stayner D, Davidson L. The Welcome Basket Project: Consumers Reaching Out to Consumers Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 2000, 24: 65-68. DOI: 10.1037/h0095121.
  • Peer Support Among Individuals With Severe Mental Illness: A Review of the EvidenceDavidson L, Chinman M, Kloos B, Weingarten R, Stayner D, Tebes J. Peer Support Among Individuals With Severe Mental Illness: A Review of the Evidence Clinical Psychology Science And Practice 1999, 6: 165-187. DOI: 10.1093/clipsy.6.2.165.
  • The Crisis of Managed Care in the Public SectorHoge M, Davidson L, Griffith E, Jacobs S. The Crisis of Managed Care in the Public Sector International Journal Of Mental Health 1998, 27: 52-71. DOI: 10.1080/00207411.1998.11449428.
  • Treated outcomes in severe and enduring mental disordersDavidson L, McGlashan T. Treated outcomes in severe and enduring mental disorders Current Opinion In Psychiatry 1997, 10: 183-186.. DOI: 10.1097/00001504-199703000-00024.
  • Phenomenological and Participatory Research on Schizophrenia: Recovering the Person in Theory and PracticeDavidson L, Stayner D, Lambert S, Smith P, Sledge W. Phenomenological and Participatory Research on Schizophrenia: Recovering the Person in Theory and Practice Journal Of Social Issues 1997, 53: 767-784. DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-4560.1997.tb02460.x.
  • Loss, Loneliness, and the Desire for Love: Perspectives on the Social Lives of People with SchizophreniaDavidson L, Stayner D. Loss, Loneliness, and the Desire for Love: Perspectives on the Social Lives of People with Schizophrenia Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 1997, 20: 3-12. DOI: 10.1037/h0095369.
  • Hospital or Community Living? Examining Consumer Perspectives on DeinstitutionalizationDavidson L, Hoge M, Godleski L, Rakfeldt J, Griffith E. Hospital or Community Living? Examining Consumer Perspectives on Deinstitutionalization Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 1996, 19: 49-58. DOI: 10.1037/h0101295.
  • SchizophreniaDavidson L, McGlashan T. Schizophrenia Current Opinion In Psychiatry 1995, 8: 21-24.. DOI: 10.1097/00001504-199501000-00006.
  • Phenomenological Research in Schizophrenia: From Philosophical Anthropology to Empirical ScienceDavidson L. Phenomenological Research in Schizophrenia: From Philosophical Anthropology to Empirical Science Journal Of Phenomenological Psychology 1994, 25: 104-130. DOI: 10.1163/156916294x00133.
  • In responseHoge M, Davidson L, Leonard Hill W. In response The Journal Of Behavioral Health Services & Research 1993, 20: 171-171. DOI: 10.1007/bf02519242.
  • Letters to the EditorHoge M, Davidson L, Hill W, Turner V, Ameu R. Letters to the Editor Psychiatric Services 1992, 43: 1043-1043. DOI: 10.1176/ps.43.10.1043.
  • Letters to the EditorHoge M, Davidson L, Hill W, Turner V, Ameli R. Letters to the Editor Psychiatric Services 1992, 43: 742-a-743. DOI: 10.1176/ps.43.7.742-a.
  • Recovery from severe mental illnesses:Research evidence and implications for practice.Davidson, L.; Harding, C.M.; & Spaniol, L.: Volumes 1 and 2. Boston, MA: Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation of Boston University, 2005 and 2006.

Clinical Trials

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Diseases of the Cardiovascular System; Mental Health & Behavioral ResearchAn Intervention to Reduce Readmission Rates in Young Women with Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI)