Joanne Riebschleger
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Maximizing educational opportunities for youth aging out of foster care by engaging youth voices in a partnership for social change
A Day, J Riebschleger, A Dworsky, A Damashek, K Fogarty
Children and Youth Services Review 34 (5), 1007-1014, 2012
Good days and bad days: The experiences of children of a parent with a psychiatric disability.
J Riebschleger
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 28 (1), 25, 2004
Foster care youth share stories of trauma before, during, and after placement: Youth voices for building trauma-informed systems of care
J Riebschleger, A Day, A Damashek
Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 24 (4), 339-360, 2015
Families of chronically mentally ill people: Siblings speak to social workers
JL Riebschleger
Health & Social Work 16 (2), 94-103, 1991
Social workers’ suggestions for effective rural practice
J Riebschleger
Families in Society 88 (2), 203-213, 2007
How are the experiences and needs of families of individuals with mental illness reflected in medical education guidelines?
J Riebschleger, J Scheid, C Luz, M Mickus, C Liszewski, M Eaton
Academic Psychiatry 32 (2), 119-126, 2008
Early outcomes of a pilot psychoeducation group intervention for children of a parent with a psychiatric illness.
J Riebschleger, B Tableman, D Rudder, E Onaga, P Whalen
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 33 (2), 133, 2009
Mental health literacy content for children of parents with a mental illness: Thematic analysis of a literature review
J Riebschleger, C Grové, D Cavanaugh, S Costello
Brain sciences 7 (11), 141, 2017
Successful recruitment strategies for prevention programs targeting children of parents with mental health challenges: an international study
KTM Van Doesum, J Riebschleger, J Carroll, C Grové, C Lauritzen, ...
Child & Youth Services 37 (2), 156-174, 2016
Mental health literacy of youth that have a family member with a mental illness: Outcomes from a new program and scale
J Riebschleger, S Costello, DL Cavanaugh, C Grové
Frontiers in psychiatry 10, 2, 2019
Expert views of children's knowledge needs regarding parental mental illness
C Grove, J Riebschleger, A Bosch, D Cavanaugh, PC van der Ende
Children and Youth Services Review 79, 249-255, 2017
Preparing social work students for rural child welfare practice: Emerging curriculum competencies
J Riebschleger, D Norris, B Pierce, DL Pond, C Cummings
Journal of Social Work Education 51 (sup2), S209-S224, 2015
What do mental health professionals really think of family members of mental health patients?
J Riebschleger
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 71 (4), 466-472, 2001
Loss and grief experiences of mentors in social work education
J Riebschleger, S Cross
Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning 19 (1), 65-82, 2011
Mental health consumer parents’ recommendations for designing psychoeducation interventions for their minor children.
J Riebschleger, E Onaga, B Tableman, D Bybee
Psychiatric rehabilitation journal 37 (3), 183, 2014
Using a listserv to extend classroom learning: A content analysis
WJ Gingerich, EM Abel, A D'Aprix, G Nordquist, J Riebschleger
Journal of Technology in Human Services 16 (4), 1-16, 1999
Assessing graduating BSW field students' preparation for generalist practice
J Riebschleger, S Grettenberger
Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work 12 (1), 184-202, 2006
Mental health professionals' contact with family members of people with psychiatric disabilities
J Riebschleger
Families in Society 86 (1), 9-16, 2005
Writing a dissertation: Lessons learned
J Riebschleger
Families in Society 82 (6), 579-582, 2001
Community mental health professionals' theoretical assumptions about families: Responses to a practice simulation vignette.
J Riebschleger
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 26 (1), 91, 2002
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