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Forskarpresentation

Mark Holter

Forskarpresentation

Mark Holter

Universitetslektor

Forskningsämne: Socialt arbete

Mark Holter has almost three decades of social work experience as an advocate, teacher, and researcher. Following 2 1/2 years as a community development volunteer with the U.S. Peace Corps in Mali, West Africa, Holter earned both master's and doctoral degrees in social work at Columbia University in New York City, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship under the direction of Sheldon Danziger and Carol Mowbray at the Center for Poverty, Risk and Mental Health at the University of Michigan. He has taught social work courses at the bachelor’s, master's and doctoral levels, including supervision of doctoral dissertations at Columbia University, the University of Michigan, the University of Kansas, and Gävle University.

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His broad area of interest is consumer-centered psychiatric rehabilitation, focusing on adults with severe mental illnesses. He advocates that mental health services should be based on the best available evidence and address the skills and supports consumers of those services need in order to manage illnesses more independently and achieve recovery goals. His research projects are collaborative and broadly interdisciplinary, including economics, psychology, psychiatry, anthropology, and public health. He has successfully obtained nearly 5 million US dollars (4.5 million Euros) in external funding as PI or co-PI. His work is regularly cited in professional journals, with over 2500 citations to date, resulting in a Google Scholar h-index of 21.

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  • Publikationer

Artiklar


Vetenskapliga artiklar, refereegranskade

Carlson, L., Smith, G., Mariscal, S., Rapp, C., Holter, M., Ko, E., Kukla, M. & Fukui, S. (2018). The comparative effectiveness of a model of job development versus treatment as usual. Best Practices in Mental Health, 14 (2), 21-31. [Mer information]
Marty, D., Manthey, T., Rapp, C. & Holter, M. (2014). Factors influencing diversion from state mental health hospitals. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 18 (2), 143-155. [Mer information]
Campbell, S., Holter, M., Manthey, T. & Rapp, C. (2014). The effect of CommonGround software and decision support center. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 17 (2), 166-180. 10.1080/15487768.2014.916126 [Mer information]
Salyers, M., Matthias, M., Fukui, S., Holter, M., Collins, L., Rose, N., Thompson, J., Coffman, M. & Torrey, W. (2012). A coding system to measure elements of shared decision making during psychiatric visits. Psychiatric Services, 63 (8), 779-784. 10.1176/appi.ps.201100496 [Mer information]
Salyers, M., Matthias, M., Fukui, S., Holter, M., Collins, L., Rose, N., Thompson, J., Coffman, M. & Torrey, W. (2012). A Coding System to Measure Elements of Shared Decision Making During Psychiatric Visits. Psychiatric Services, 63 (8), 779-784. 10.1176/appi.ps.201100496 [Mer information]
Manthey, T., Rapp, C., Carlson, L., Holter, M. & Davis, J. (2012). The perceived importance of integrated supported education and employment services. Journal of rehabilitation, 78 (1), 6-24. [Mer information]
Rapp, C., Etzel-Wise, D., Marty, D., Coffman, M., Carlson, L., Asher, D., Callaghan, J. & Holter, M. (2010). Barriers to evidence-based practice implementation : Results of a qualitative study. Community mental health journal, 46 (2), 112-118. 10.1007/s10597-009-9238-z [Mer information]
Starnino, V., Mariscal, S., Holter, M., Davidson, L., Cook, K., Fukui, S. & Rapp, C. (2010). Outcomes of an illness self-management group using wellness recovery action planning. Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, 34 (1), 57-60. 10.2975/34.1.2010.57.60 [Mer information]
Fukui, S., Davidson, L., Holter, M. & Rapp, C. (2010). Pathways to Recovery (PTR) : Impact of peer-led group participation on mental health recovery outcomes. Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, 34 (1), 42-48. 10.2975/34.1.2010.42.48 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Woodward, A., Holter, M., MacFarlane, P. & Bybee, D. (2009). Characteristics of users of consumer-run drop-in centers versus clubhouses. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 36 (3), 361-371. 10.1007/s11414-008-9112-8 [Mer information]
Deegan, P., Rapp, C., Holter, M. & Riefer, M. (2008). Best Practices: A Program to Support Shared Decision Making in an Outpatient Psychiatric Medication Clinic. Psychiatric Services, 59 (6), 603-605. 10.1176/ps.2008.59.6.603 [Mer information]
Toler Woodward, A., Mowbray, C., Holter, M. & Bybee, D. (2007). Racial differences in perceptions of social support in consumer-centered services. Social work research (Print), 31 (4), 221-228. 10.1093/swr/31.4.221 [Mer information]
Bellamy, C., Jarrett, N., Mowbray, O., MacFarlane, P., Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2007). Relevance of spirituality for people with mental illness attending consumer-centered services. Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, 30 (4), 287-294. 10.2975/30.4.2007.287.294 [Mer information]
Bellamy, C., Garvin, C., MacFarlane, P., Mowbray, O., Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2006). An analysis of groups in consumer-centered programs. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 9 (3), 219-240. 10.1080/15487760600962152 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Bybee, D., Holter, M. & Lewandowski, L. (2006). Validation of a fidelity rating instrument for consumer-operated services. American Journal of Evaluation, 27 (1), 9-27. 10.1177/1098214005284971 [Mer information]
Saunders, D., Holter, M., Pahl, L. & Tolman, R. (2006). Welfare workers' responses to domestic violence cases : The effects of training and worker characteristics. Families in society, 87 (3), 329-338. 10.1606/1044-3894.3537 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Holter, M., Stark, L., Pfeffer, C. & Bybee, D. (2005). A Fidelity Rating Instrument for Consumer-Run Drop-in Centers (FRI-CRDI). Research on social work practice, 15 (4), 278-290. 10.1177/1049731505275060 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Holter, M., Mowbray, O. & Bybee, D. (2005). Consumer-run drop-in centers and clubhouses : Comparisons of services and resources in a statewide sample. Psychological Services, 2 (1), 54-64. 10.1037/1541-1559.2.1.54 [Mer information]
Holter, M. & Mowbray, C. (2005). Consumer-run drop-in centers : Program operations and costs. Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, 28 (4), 323-331. 10.2975/28.2005.323.331 [Mer information]
Grazier, K., Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2005). Rationing psychosocial treatments in the United States. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 28 (5), 545-560. 10.1016/j.ijlp.2005.08.008 [Mer information]
Saunders, D., Holter, M., Pahl, L., Tolman, R. & Kenna, C. (2005). TANF workers' responses to battered women and the impact of brief worker training : What survivors report. Violence against Women, 11 (2), 227-254. 10.1177/1077801204271837 [Mer information]
Holter, M., Mowbray, C., Bellamy, C., MacFarlane, P. & Dukarski, J. (2004). Critical ingredients of consumer run services : Results of a national survey. Community mental health journal, 40 (1), 47-63. 10.1023/B:COMH.0000015217.65613.46 [Mer information]
Holter, M. & Paul, T. (2004). Education as a signature program at Breakthrough Club of Sedgwick County. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 7 (3), 301-313. 10.1080/15487760490884685 [Mer information]
Jones, K., Colson, P., Holter, M., Lin, S., Valencia, E., Susser, E. & Wyatt, R. (2003). Cost-effectiveness of critical time intervention to reduce homelessness among persons with mental illness. Psychiatric Services, 54 (6), 884-890. 10.1176/appi.ps.54.6.884 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2003). Fidelity Criteria: Development, Measurement, and Validation. American Journal of Evaluation, 24 (3), 315-340. 10.1016/s1098-2140(03)00057-2 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Megivern, D. & Holter, M. (2003). Supported education programming for adults with psychiatric disabilities : Results from a national survey. Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, 27 (2), 159-167. 10.2975/27.2003.159.167 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Robinson, E. & Holter, M. (2002). Consumer Drop-in Centers : Operations, Services, and Consumer Involvement. Health & Social Work, 27 (4), 248-261. 10.1093/hsw/27.4.248 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Grazier, K. & Holter, M. (2002). Managed behavioral health care in the public sector : Will it become the third shame of the states?. Psychiatric Services, 53 (2), 157-170. 10.1176/appi.ps.53.2.157 [Mer information]
Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2002). Mental health and mental illness : Out of the closet?. Social Service Review, 76 (1), 133-179. 10.1086/324611 [Mer information]

Kapitel i böcker

Holter, M. (2004). Autistic spectrum disorders: assessment and intervention. Intervention with children and adolescents : an interdisciplinary perspective. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon. [Mer information]
Holter, M. (2004). Mental health system. Encyclopedia of Homelessness. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. [Mer information]
Szilvagyi, S., Madigan, S. & Holter, M. (2002). Supported education: costs and funding sources. Supported education & psychiatric rehabilitation : models and methods. Columbia, MD: IAPSRS. [Mer information]

Konferensbidrag

Holter, M., Starnino, V., Mariscal, S., Hudson, J. & Fukui, S. (2009). Self-management of Psychiatric Illness: Impact of Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) participation on symptomatology and recovery attitudes. . [Mer information]
Holter, M., Mowbray, C. & Bybee, D. (2008). Consumer-Centered Mental Health Services: Assessing Costs and Program Operations. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. & Deegan, P. (2008). Shared decision-making in a community mental health clinic: Development, implementation and initial findings of a pilot project. . [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Holter, M. & Bybee, D. (2006). Assessing Consumer-Centered Mental Health Services: Predicting Membership Differences in Drop-Ins Versus Clubhouses. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. (2005). Assessing Consumer-Centered Mental Health Services: Predicting Involvement and Participation. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. & Mowbray, C. (2005). Consumer-Operated Mental Health Services: Developing and Validating Fidelity Criteria. . [Mer information]
Holter, M., Mowbray, C., Toler, A. & Menasce, F. (2005). Workshop: ACCS, Finding the keys to Consumer Run Programs: How do they operate and what makes them operate well?. . [Mer information]
Holter, M., Mowbray, C. & Bellamy, C. (2004). Assessing Consumer-Centered Mental Health Services. . [Mer information]
Holter, M., Mowbray, O. & Mowbray, C. (2004). Consumer Run Programs as Empowering Settings. . [Mer information]
Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2004). Fidelity Criteria for Consumer-Operated Self-Help Programs. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. (2004). Operationalizing and Validating Fidelity Criteria for a Consumer-Run Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program: Using a Statewide Survey of Program Users and HLM Methodology. . [Mer information]
Toler, A., Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2004). Racial Differences in Perceptions of Social Support in Consumer-Centered Services. . [Mer information]
Bellamy, C., Mowbray, O., Mowbray, C., Holter, M. & MacFarlane, P. (2004). Relevance of Spirituality for People Recovering from a Serious Mental Illness. . [Mer information]
Toler, A., Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2004). What is Social Support?: A Qualitative Look at How Consumers in Consumer-Centered Programs Talk about “Social Support” and “Sense of Community”. . [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Holter, M., Stark, L., Bellamy, C., Lewandowski, L., MacFarlane, P. & McCracken, K. (2004). Workshop: ACCS, Finding the keys to Consumer-Run Programs: Critical Ingredients and Fidelity Criteria. . [Mer information]
Goldman, M., Florence, T. & Holter, M. (2003). A Transitional Assertive Community Treatment Program for Homeless Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders. . [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., McCracken, K., Mowbray, O. & Holter, M. (2003). Consumer Drop-In Centers: A State-wide Study. . [Mer information]
Holter, M., Mowbray, C., Bellamy, C. & MacFarlane, P. (2003). Critical Ingredients of Consumer-Centered Mental Health Services. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. (2003). Fidelity Criteria in Consumer-operated Services. . [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Holter, M., Bellamy, C. & Stark, L. (2003). Initial Results from the Assessing Consumer-Centered Services (ACCS) Survey: What Do They Mean and How to Use The Results for Your Program. . [Mer information]
Florence, T., Goldman, M., Holter, M. & Rohling, M. (2003). Project Outreach: Innovative treatment for homeless mentally ill individuals. . [Mer information]
Florence, T., Holter, M. & Goldman, M. (2003). Serving the Homeless Mentally Ill: The Project Outreach Program. . [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Holter, M., Bellamy, C. & MacFarlane, P. (2003). Workshop: People in Consumer-Run Programs: Who Holds the Keys. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. & Mowbray, C. (2002). Assessing Consumer-operated Mental Health Services: Program Fidelity. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. & Florence, T. (2002). Bridging the Homeless Services Gap: The Project OutReach Program. . [Mer information]
Saunders, D., Holter, M., Pahl, L., Tolman, R. & Kenna, C. (2002). Evaluation of Domestic Violence Training for Caseworkers: What Survivors Report. . [Mer information]
Florence, T. & Holter, M. (2002). Serving the Homeless Mentally Ill: Closing the Services Gap. . [Mer information]
Saunders, D., Holter, M., Tolman, R. & Pahl, L. (2002). The Evaluation of a Statewide Domestic Violence Training for Caseworkers. . [Mer information]
Mowbray, C., Holter, M. & Bellamy, C. (2002). Workshop: Who Holds the Keys? Research on Consumer-Run Drop-In Centers. . [Mer information]
Holter, M., Becks, L., Florence, T. & Goldman, M. (2001). A Transitional Assertive Community Treatment (TACT) Program for Homeless Persons with Severe Mental Illness. . [Mer information]
Holter, M., Mowbray, C. & Bellamy, C. (2001). Assessing consumer-operated mental health services in an American state: Program fidelity. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. & Mowbray, C. (2001). Consumers as Providers in Psychiatric Rehabilitation. . [Mer information]
Saunders, D. & Holter, M. (2001). Predictors of Caseworkers' Use of the Family Violence Option. . [Mer information]
Florence, T., Goldman, M., Holter, M., Becks, L. & Harris, A. (2001). Serving the homeless mentally ill: Evaluation of Project OutReach. . [Mer information]
Goldman, M., Florence, T. & Holter, M. (2000). A Transitional Assertive Community Treatment Program for Homeless Persons with Severe Mental Illness. . [Mer information]
Holter, M., Mowbray, C. & Neal, D. (2000). Addressing Managed Behavioral Healthcare Policy: Evaluation of an Integrated Healthcare Project. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. & McGivern, D. (2000). Involvement of Vocational Rehabilitation in Supported Education Services: Results of a National Survey. . [Mer information]
Larkins-Hicks, P. & Holter, M. (2000). The Consolidated Culturalogical Assessment Tool (C-CAT) and cost analysis. . [Mer information]
Saunders, D., Holter, M., Pahl, L. & Tolman, R. (1999). An Evaluation of Domestic Violence Training for Welfare Caseworkers. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. (1999). Costs of Supported Education: A Comparison of Innovative Programs in Michigan and Massachusetts. . [Mer information]
Holter, M. (1998). Accounting for Costs of Supported Education: A Comparison of Innovative Programs in Michigan and Massachusetts. . [Mer information]
Jones, K., Holter, M. & Colson, P. (1998). Cost-effectiveness of an Intervention to Prevent Recurrent Homelessness Among Mentally Ill Men. . [Mer information]

Rapporter

Stark, L., Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2004). Consumers hold the keys: A manual for consumer-run drop-in centers. [Mer information]
Holter, M. (2004). Evaluation of the Livingston County, Michigan Adult Drug Court : Report to the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Drug Courts. [Mer information]
Saunders, D., Holter, M., Pahl, L. & Tolman, R. (2003). Evaluation of a Domestic Violence Training for Michigan's Family Independence Specialists and Managers (TANF) Workers in Michigan : Report to the State of Michigan's Family Independence Agency, Domestic Violence Prevention and Treatment Board. [Mer information]

Övrigt

Mowbray, C. & Holter, M. (2004). Consumer-Run Drop-In Fidelity Rating Index (CRDI-FRI). [Mer information]
Hicks-Larkin, P. & Holter, M. (2004). The Consolidated Culturological Assessment Tools (C-CAT). [Mer information]
Publicerad av: Camilla Haglund Sidansvarig: Magnus Isaksson Sidan uppdaterades: 2022-05-06
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