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					                                        CURRICULUM VITAE



JONATHON E. LARSON, Ed.D.

ACADEMIC OFFICE:
Illinois Institute of Technology
Institute of Psychology
3424 S. State, 1st Floor, Room 1B9-2
Chicago, IL 60616
312.567.6752
larsonjon@iit.edu


EDUCATION

Ed.D.             Roosevelt University, Chicago                       2006
                  Mental Health Leadership/Organizational Change

M.S.              Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL        1998
                  Major: Rehabilitation Administration and Services

B.S.              Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL             1996
                  Major: Psychology


ACADEMIC POSITIONS

ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Clinical Assistant Professor:      Rehabilitation Counseling          2006 - Present

PRAIRIE STATE COLLEGE

Adjunct Instructor:                Psychology                         2000 - 2006

CARL SANDBURG COLLEGE

Instructor:                        Psychology                         1997 - 2000

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Director of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Research, IIT                  2005 - Present
Director of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, ENH                  2003 - 2005
Staff Trainer/Curricula Developer, University of Chicago              2003 - 2005
Director of Employment Services, KCCDD                                1991- 1997

LICENSURE /CERTIFICATION

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (License #180.006465), State of Illinois, March 2009
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (#93723), Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, March 2011


AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST:



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*   Vocational Psychiatric Rehabilitation
*   Mental Health Leadership
*   Staff Burnout
*   Mental Illness Stigma
*   Employment Stages of Change/Motivational Interviewing

AREAS OF TEACHING INTEREST:

*   Rehabilitation Counseling Fieldwork
*   Evidence-Based Mental Health Interventions
*   Mental Health Supervision
*   Private Clinical Practice
*   Psychiatric Rehabilitation

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

Grant Reviewer for the Hong Kong SAR Government                      2009 – Present
        SMH-24 - Stigma of mental illness among those with poor mental health in Hong Kong: an international
        comparative study, a population-based telephone interview and a focus group study
        SMH-34 - A longitudinal survey on perceived stigmatisation of mentally ill patients and its psychosocial correlates
Managing Editor: American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation      2002 - Present
Consultant Reviewer: Psychiatric Services
Consultant Reviewer: Schizophrenia Bulletin
Consultant Reviewer: Community Mental Health Journal
Consultant Reviewer: Journal of Rehabilitation

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

Member: European Union of Supported Employment                         2006 - Present
Member: United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association           2000 - Present
Member: National Council on Rehabilitation Education                   2006 - Present


UNIVERSITY SERVICE:

Member: Campus Accessibility Committee                                 2006 - Present
Faculty Advisor: Psi Chi Organization                                  2006 - Present
Member: Graduate Quality of Life                                       2006 - Present
Member: Campus Camras Program Scholarship Committee                    2006 - Present
Faculty Judge: IPRO                                                    2006 - Present

COMMUNITY & CONSULTATION SERVICE:

Consultant to the Division of Illinois Vocational Rehabilitation       2000 - Present
Consultant to the Connecticut Department of Mental Health              2006 - Present
Consultant to Sunset Mental Health Service, El Paso, TX                2007 - Present
Consultant to Atascadero State Mental Health Hospital, CA              2006- -Present
Consultant to the Illinois Division of Mental Health                   2000 - 2005
Consultant to the Illinois Department of Public Health                 2002 - 2005

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION:

American Counseling Association
American Rehabilitation Counseling Association
National Rehabilitation Association
National Rehabilitation Counseling Association


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National Council on Rehabilitation Education

GRANTS FUNDED:

2009 - 2014      Co-PI: “Rehabilitation Long Term Training: An Executive Part-Time Program for Rehabilitation
                 Counseling,” Rehabilitation Services Administration, Department of Education, $750,000

2009 - 2010      Co-PI: “Supported Education. Veterans Administration. $100,000.

2009 - 2014      Co-PI: Developing Center. National Institute of Health. P.I. Corrigan, $5,000,000.

2008 - 2013      Principal Investigator: “Rehabilitation Long Term Training: Advanced Psychiatric Rehabilitation for
                 Rehabilitation Counseling,” Rehabilitation Services Administration, Department of Education, $500,000.

2007 - 2012      Co-PI: “Rehabilitation Long Term Training: Undergraduate Rehabilitation,” Rehabilitation Services
                 Administration, Department of Education, $500,000.

2007 - 2008      Principal Investigator: “Analyses of Employment Incentives and Barriers Measure,” Institute of
                 Psychology Research Fund, Illinois Institute of Technology, $5000.

2003 - 2008      Co-I: “Stigma and Behavioral Health in Urban Employers from China and the United States,”
                 NIAAA/NIMH/Fogarty International Center (AA014842-01) P.I., Patrick Corrigan, $2,104,679

2001 - 2005      Co-I: “Evaluating the Impact of an Innovative, Interagency, Supported Employment Project: A
                 Demonstration Project, US Department of Labor, P.I. Patrick Corrigan, $2,000,000.

2002 - 2005      Managing Director: “State Training Project for Psychiatric Rehabilitation,” Illinois Division of Public
                 Health, $3,000,000

1999 - 2004      Co-I: “Alternative Participating Provider of Employment Services for Individuals with Disabilities,”
                 Social Security Administration, $400,000.

1994 - 1999      Principal Investigator: “Sub-Minimum Wage Certificate Program for Individuals with Disabilities
                 Project,” US Department of Labor, $200,000.

GRANTS SUBMITTED:

2008             Principal Investigator: “Rehabilitation Long Term Training: An Executive Part-Time Program for
                 Rehabilitation Counseling,” Rehabilitation Services Administration, Department of Education, $750,000.

2007             Co-I: “Individual Placement and Support for Educational Goals for People with Psychiatric Disabilities,”
                 R34 National Institute of Mental Health, $530,000.

2007             Co-I: “Individual Placement and Support for Educational Goals for People with Psychiatric Disabilities,”
                 Field Initiated Project, National Institute Disability Rehabilitation Research, $600,000.

2007             Principal Investigator: “Supported Employment in Psychiatric Nursing Homes,” Chicago Community
                 Trust, $100,000.

2006             Co-I: “Self-Stigma and the Why Try Effect,” R34, National Institute of Mental Health, $600,000.

2006             Co-I: “An Evaluation of NAMI’s Anti-Stigma Program: In Our Own Voice,” R01, National Institute of
                 Mental Health, $2,000,000.

2004             Principal Investigator: “Supported Employment for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities,”
                 Rehabilitation Services Administration, Department of Education, $100,000.


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AWARDS/HONORS:

2008             Rehabilitation Research Award (2nd Place), American Rehabilitation
                 Counseling Association.

2008             Nominated for Illinois Institute of Technology Faculty Teaching Award for the Year.
1999             Carl Sandburg College Faculty of the Year Award.
1999             Featured in Engle, D. (1999) Finding human faces in the cyber classroom. Community College Times,
                 11(7), 1-11.Carl Sandburg College Adjunct Faculty of the Year Award, 1999

PUBLICATIONS:

   1.   Corrigan, P.W., Larson, J.E., Hubert, M., Niesen, N., & Watson, A.C. (2006). Will filmed presentations of
        education and contact diminish mental illness stigma? Community Mental Health Journal, 43, 123-128.

   2.   Corrigan, P.W., Larson, J.E., Watson, A.C., Barr, L., & Boyle, M. (2006). Solutions to discrimination in work and
        housing identified by people with mental illness. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 194(9), 716-718.

   3.   Corrigan, P.W., & Larson, J.E. (2006). Erasing the stigma of mental illness. Medscape.

   4.   Larson, J.E., Barr, L.K., Corrigan, P.W., Kuwabara, S.A., Boyle, M.G., & Glenn, T.L. (2007). Perspectives on
        benefits and costs of work from individuals with psychiatric disabilities. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 26,
        71-77.

   5.   Larson, J.E., & Lane, F.J. (2007). A review of courtesy stigma for rehabilitation educators. Rehabilitation
        Education, 20, 247-252.

   6.   Watson, A.C., & Larson, J.E. (2007). Personal responses to disability stigma: From self stigma to empowerment.
        Rehabilitation Education, 20, 235-246.

   7.   Larson, J.E., Boyle, M.G., Barr, L.K., Glenn, T.L., & Kuwabara, S.A. (2007). Process and outcome analysis of a
        supported employment program for people with psychiatric disabilities. American Journal of Psychiatric
        Rehabilitation, 10(4), 339-353.

   8.   Larson, J.E., & Corrigan, P.W. (2007). Beating the stigma of mental illness. Rivista Sperimentale di Freniatria.
        Vol. CXXXI No. 2, 31-42.

   9.   Corrigan, P.W, Larson, J.E., & Kuwabara, S. (2007). Mental illness stigma and the fundamental components
        of supported employment. Rehabilitation Psychology, 52, 451-457.

   10. Watson, A.C., Corrigan, P.W., Larson, J.E., & Sells, M. (2007). Self-stigma in people with mental illness.
       Schizophrenia Bulletin, 33, 1312-1318.

   11. Larson, J.E., & Gouwens, J.A. (2008). The relationship between Leader Member Exchange and burnout in
       psychiatric rehabilitation workers. Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 32, 5-14.

   12. Larson, J.E., & Corrigan, P.W. (2008). The stigma of families with mental illness. Academic Psychiatry, 32, 87-91.

   13. Corrigan, P.W., Kuwabara, S.A., Hector, T., Shi, K., Larson, J.E., Lam, C., & Shenghua, J. (2008). Disability and
       work-related attitudes in employers from Beijing, Chicago, and Hong Kong. International Journal of
       Rehabilitation Research, 31(4), 347-350.

   14. Larson. J.E. (2008). User-Friendly Motivational Interviewing and Evidence-Based Supported Employment Tools
       for Employment Practitioners. Journal of Rehabilitation, 74(4).


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   15. Larson, J.E., Hautamaki, J., Tsang, H., Lam, C.S., Lee, Y.T., Jin, S., & Shi, K. (In Press) Employer experience with
       disabilities in Beijing, Hong Kong, and Chicago. Manuscript submitted to American Journal of Psychiatric
       Rehabilitation.

   16. Van Voorhees, B.W., Landback, J., Dmochowska, K., Kuwabara, S.A., Ellis, J., Prochaska, M., Gladstone, T.,
       Larson, J.E., Stuart, S., Gollan, J., Bell, C., and Reinecke, M. (In Press). From prototype to product: Development
       and test marketing of a primary care/internet based depression prevention intervention for adolescents. Submitted
       to Community Mental Health Journal.

   17. Corrigan, P.W., Larson, J.E., Hautamaki, J., Matthews, A., Kuwabara, S., & Oshaughnessy, J. (In Press). What
       Lessons Do Coming Out Gay have for Stigmatized Health Conditions. Submitted to Community Mental Health
       Journal.

   18. Corrigan, P.W., Larson, J.E., Kuwabara, S.A. (In Press). Self-stigma and the why try effect. Submitted to
       Community Mental Health Journal.

   19. Corrigan, P.W., Larson, J.E., Rusch, N. (In Press). Self-stigma and the why try effect: Impact on life goals and
       evidence-based practices. Submitted to World Psychiatry.

   20. Corrigan, P.W., Larson, J.E., & Kuwabara, S. (In Press) Attribution models for the primary and family.

   21. Lam, C.S., Tsang, H.W., Corrigan, P.W., Lee, Y.T., Angell, B., Shi, K., Jin, S., Larson, J.E. (In Press). Chinese
       Lay Theory and Mental Illness Stigma: Implications for Research and Practices. Submitted to Journal of
       Rehabilitation.

   22. Nicolas Rüsch a,b, Patrick W. Corrigan a, Abigail Wassel a, Patrick Michaels a, Jonathon E. Larson a, Manfred
        Olschewski c, Sandra Wilkniss d, Karen Batia e (In Press). Self-stigma, group identification and perceived
        legitimacy of discrimination as predictors of mental health service use, Short Report submitted to the British
        Journal of Psychiatry


BOOK CHAPTER/ CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS/ MONOGRAPHS:

   23. Corrigan, P.W., & Larson, J.E. (2008). Stigma. In K.T. Mueser, & D.V. Jeste (Eds.). The clinical handbook of
       schizophrenia. New York: Guilford.
   24. Corrigan, P.W., Larson, J.E., & Kuwabara, S.A. (In Press). Social psychology of stigma for mental illness: Public
       stigma and self-stigma. In J.E. Maddux, & J.P. Tangley, J.P. (Eds.). Social Psychological Foundations of Clinical
       Psychology.

   25. Rao, D., Larson, J.E., Tsang, H., Corrigan, P.W. (2008). Racial ethnic differences in Chicago employers’ attitudes
       about people with chronic illnesses. National Institute of Health Disparities Summit.

PUBLICATIONS IN REVIEW:


   1.   Tsang, H.W.H., Corrigan, P.W., Shi, K., Jin, S., Lam, C., Larson, J.E., Morris, S., Kelvin, Fung, M.T., Chung,
        R.C.K. (In Review). Sino-American Employer Perspective about Behavioral-Driven Health Conditions: II
        Predictive Analyses. Manuscript submitted to Social Science and Medicine as Part II of a two part series.

   2.   Vernale, M.A., Larson, J.E., and Van De Kreeke, D.M. (In Review). An employment model to increase
        employment rates and reduce recidivism for parolees with mental illness. Submitted to Journal of Offender
        Rehabilitation.




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  3.   Lam, C.S., Tsang, H.W.H, Corrigan, P.W., Lee, Y.T., Angell, B., Kan, S., Shenghua, J., & Larson, J.E. Lay Theory
       and Mental Illness Stigma in China: Implications for Cross-cultural Stigma Research. Submitted to Journal of
       Rehabilitation.

  4.   Larson, J.E., Glodsmith, K.S., Wassel, A.K., Kaszynski, K.L., Ibara, L., Glenn, T.L., Boyle, M.G. (In Review).
       Analyses of an Employment Commitment Measure for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Submitted to
       Rehabilitation Psychology.

  5.   Corrigan, P.W., Tsang, H.W.H, Kan, S., Shenghua, J., Lam, C.S., Larson, J.E.. Morris, S. (In Review). Sino-
       American Employer Perspectives about Behaviorally-Driven Health Condition: Survey Strategies and Preliminary
       Analyses. Submitted to Social Science and Medicine.

  6.   Corrigan, P.W., Morris, S., Larson, J.E., Rafacz, J., Wassel, A., Michaels, P., Wilkniss, S., Batia, K., Rusch, N. (In
       Review). Self-Stigma and Coming Out About One’s Mental Illness. Submitted to Journal of Community
       Psychology.



PUBLISHED CURRICULA:

  1.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Diagnosis and disability skills for
       psychiatric staff in long term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric
       Rehabilitation Press.

  2.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Cognitive rehabilitation skills for
       psychiatric staff in long term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric
       Rehabilitation Press.

  3.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Engagement skills for psychiatric staff in
       long term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  4.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Reflective listening skills for psychiatric
       staff in long term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  5.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Behavioral skills for psychiatric staff in long
       term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  6.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Aggression management skills for
       psychiatric staff in long term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric
       Rehabilitation Press.

  7.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Substance use-abuse skills for psychiatric
       staff in long term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  8.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Vocational and community skills for
       psychiatric staff in long term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric
       Rehabilitation Press.

  9.   Larson, J.E., Elam, L., Virgil, A., McCracken, S.M., & Bach, P. 2004. Skills training for psychiatric staff in long
       term care facilities. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  10. Larson, J., Backs, A., McCracken, S.G., & Corrigan. P.W. 2002. Instructor manual: Psychiatric rehabilitation
      skills. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  11. Larson, J., Backs, A., McCracken, S.G., & Corrigan. P.W. 2002. Student workbook: Psychiatric rehabilitation
      skills. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.



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  12. Larson, J., Backs, A., McCracken, S.G., & Corrigan. P.W. 2002. Instructor manual: Vocational and community
      living skills. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  13. Larson, J., Backs, A., McCracken, S.G., & Corrigan. P.W. 2002. Student workbook: Vocational and community
      living skills. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  14. Backs, A., Larson, J., McCracken, S.G., & Corrigan. P.W. 2002. Instructor manual: Survey of psychiatric
      rehabilitation. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

  15. Backs, A., Larson, J., McCracken, S.G., & Corrigan. P.W. 2002. Student workbook: Survey of psychiatric
      rehabilitation. Tinley Park, IL: University of Chicago Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Press.

PRESENTATIONS REFEREED:

  1.   Larson, J.E. (2009-June). Analyses of an Employment Commitment Measure for Individuals with Psychiatric
       Disabilities. 8th Conference of the European Union of Supported Employment. Prague, Czech Republic.

  2.   Larson, J.E. (2008-November). Employment Commitment Measure for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities:
       Implications for Rehabilitation Counseling, Washington, D.C., National Council on Rehabilitation Education
       Conference

  3.   Larson, J.E. (2008). Evidence-based supported employment and motivational interviewing for individuals with
       psychiatric disabilities. United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association Conference, Lombard, IL.

  4.   Larson, J.E. (2007-October). Three pragmatic motivational interviewing skills for rehabilitation counselors and
       educators, Washington, D.C., National Council on Rehabilitation Education Conference.

  5.   Larson, J.E. (2007-June). Process and outcome analysis of a supported employment program for people with
       psychiatric disabilities. 8th Conference of the European Union of Supported Employment. Belfast, Ireland.

  6.   Larson, J.E. (2007-June). An evidence-based supported employment service for individuals with severe mental
       illness. 8th Conference of the European Union of Supported Employment. Belfast, Ireland.

  7.   Larson, J.E. (2007-June). Perspectives on benefits and costs of work from individuals with psychiatric disabilities.
       8th Conference of the European Union of Supported Employment. Belfast, Ireland.

  8.   Larson, J.E. (2007-June). The relationship between leader member exchange and burnout in psychiatric
       rehabilitation workers. 8th Conference of the European Union of Supported Employment. Belfast, Ireland.

  9.   Larson, J.E. (2006-June). Evidence-based supported employment merged with motivational interviewing.
       American Association of Persons in Supported Employment Conference, Boston, MA.

  10. Larson, J.E. (2003). Evidence-Based Supported Employment for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Illinois
      Association of Rehabilitation Services Conference, Springfield, IL.

  11. Larson, J.E. (2003). Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills. United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association
      Conference, Houston, TX.

  12. Larson, J.E. (2002). Crisis Intervention for Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities. Illinois Association of
      Rehabilitation Services Conference, Springfield, IL.

  13. Larson, J.E. (2000-March). Stress/Burnout Syndrome, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at the University of
      Chicago Conference, Chicago.

  14. Larson, J.E. (1997). Job Success for People with Psychiatric Disabilities, Illinois Association of Persons in
      Supported Employment Conference, Springfield, IL.



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PRESENTATIONS INVITED:

  1.   Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration. (2009). Social Inclusion Summit for Individuals with
       Psychiatric Disabilities. Washington, DC.

  2.   Larson, J.E. (2009). Psychiatric Rehabilitation Skills Training, Social Services Administration, University of
       Chicago.

  3.   Larson, J.E. (2008). A Review of Mental Health Policies Impacting Employment for Individuals with Psychiatric
       Disabilities, Jane Addams School of Social Work, University of Illinois – Chicago.

  4.   Larson, J.E. (2008). Practitioner Burnout. Western Suburb PADS, Oak Park, IL.

  5.   Larson, J.E. (2008). Powerful Skills for Employment Practitioners. Illinois Division of Rehabilitation, Chicago,
       Springfield, and Belleville, IL.

  6.   Larson, J.E. (2008). Psychiatric Disabilities Accommodations. Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Chicago.

  7.   Larson, J.E. (2008). Rehabilitation Counselor Roles in Private Companies, IDRS, Chicago, IL.

  8.   Larson, J.E. (2008). Evidence-Based Supported Employment merged with Motivational Interviewing, IDRS,
       Chicago, Elgin, Mount Vernon, Peoria, and Springfield, IL.

  9.   Larson, J.E. (2008). An Evidence-Based Supported Employment Program for Individuals with Severe Mental
       Illness, Connecticut.

  10. Larson, J.E. (2007). A Review of Mental Health Policies Impacting Employment for Individuals with Mental
      Illness, Jane Addams School of Social Work, University of Illinois – Chicago.

  11. Larson, J.E. (2007). Mental Illness Substance Abuse, Evidence-Based Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Motivational
      Interviewing, and Supported Employment Hines VA Hospital, Hines, IL, 2007

  12. Larson, J.E. (2007). Evidence-Based Psychiatric Rehabilitation: Treatment Planning, Skills Training, Motivational
      Interviewing, and Supported Employment, El Paso, TX.

  13. Larson, J.E. (2007). An Evidence-Based Supported Employment Program for Individuals with Severe Mental
      Illness, Connecticut.

  14. Larson, J.E. (2007). Motivational Interviewing for Forensic Mental Health Hospitals, Atascadero, CA.

  15. Larson, J.E. (2007). Supported Employment merged with Motivational Interviewing, Springfield, IL.

  16. Larson, J.E. (2006). A Review of Mental Health Policies Impacting Employment for Individuals with Mental
      Illness, Jane Addams School of Social Work, University of Illinois – Chicago.

  17. Larson, J.E. (2006). Enhancing Supported Employment with Motivational Interviewing, Grants Pass and Bend,
      OR.

  18. Larson, J.E. (2006). Enhancing Supported Employment with Motivational Interviewing, Boston, MA.

  19. Larson, J.E. (2006). Enhancing Supported Employment with Motivational Interviewing, Chicago, IL.

  20. Larson, J.E. (2006). Motivational Interviewing, Chicago, IL.

  21. Larson, J.E. (2006). Psychiatric Rehabilitation, IDRS, Chicago, IL.




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22. Larson, J.E. (2006). Vocational Rehabilitation, IDRS, Peoria, IL, 2005

23. Larson, J.E. (2005). Motivational Interviewing IDMH, Chicago, IL.

24. Larson, J.E. (2005). Evidence-Based Practices, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

25. Larson, J.E. (2005). Individual Placement and Support, Chicago, IL.

26. Larson, J.E. (2005). Skills Training, Chicago, IL.

27. Larson, J.E. (2004). Leader-Member Exchange and Burnout, Chicago Heights, IL.

28. Larson, J.E. (2004). Interactive Staff Training, Chicago, IL.

29. Larson, J.E. (2004). Leadership and Organizational Change, Chicago, IL.

30. Larson, J.E. (2004). Motivational Interviewing and Vocational Rehabilitation, Chicago, IL, 2004

31. Larson, J.E. (2004). Skills Training, Evanston, IL.

32. Larson, J.E. (2003). Skills Training, Logansport State Hospital, IN.

33. Larson, J.E. (2003). Psychiatric Rehabilitation at 5 locations in Illinois for Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.

34. Larson, J.E. (2003). Supported Employment Needs Assessment, Rockford, IL.

35. Larson, J.E. (2002). Supported Education, Community Mental Health Agencies, Chicago.

36. Larson, J.E. (2002). Innovative Vocational Rehabilitation, Transitions, Rock Island, IL.

37. Larson, J.E. (2002). Vocational Rehabilitation Strategies, Illinois Association of Rehabilitation, Springfield, IL.

38. Larson, J.E. (2002). Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Long Term Care Facilities, Chicago.

39. Larson, J.E. (2001). Psychiatric Rehabilitation for Medical Students, University of Chicago Hospital.

40. Larson, J.E. (2001). Moment to Moment Interaction Older Adults with Dementia and Other Issues, Woodriver, IL.

41. Larson, J.E. (2001). Stages of Change and Motivational Interviewing Techniques, Pekin, IL.

42. Larson, J.E. (2001). How to Develop a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program for Older Adults with Dementia and
    Other Issues, Woodriver, IL.

43. Larson, J.E. (2001). How to Write Skill Modules, East St. Louis, IL.

44. Larson, J.E. (2001). Interactive Staff Training, throughout Illinois in inpatient and outpatient settings.

45. Larson, J.E. (2000). Skills Training, Decatur, IL.

46. Larson, J.E. (2000). Vocational and Rehabilitation Techniques, Bellville, IL.

47. Larson, J.E. (2000). Recovery and Stigma, Canton, IL.

48. Larson, J.E. (2000). The Future Use of Technology in the College Classroom, Carl Sandburg College, Galesburg,
    IL.




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   49. Larson, J.E. (1999). Using the Internet as an Instructional Supplement to the Brick and Mortar Classroom, Carl
       Sandburg College, Galesburg, IL.

   50. Larson, J.E. (1999). Overview of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Certificate Program, Bridgeway Inc. Mental Health
       Awareness Month, Galesburg, IL.

   51. Larson, J.E. (1999). Overview of Human Service Certificate Program, Carl Sandburg College, Galesburg, IL.

   52. Larson, J.E. (1999). Overview of Aggression Management Techniques, Dungarvin Illinois Inc., Rocks Island, IL.

   53. Larson, J.E. (1998). How to Develop an Online Course, Carl Sandburg College, Galesburg, IL.

   54. Larson, J.E. (1998). Avoiding Burnout in Rehabilitation Employees, Human Service Advisory Committee,
       Galesburg, IL.

   55. Larson, J.E. (1997). History of Deinstitutionalization, Monmouth College, Monmouth, IL.



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