Member Publications

IAEAPE members have been actively contributing to the employee assistance and helping professional literature since the association’s inception. The following is a reference listing of those articles and books.
 
Barone, D. F. & Kominars, K. D. (1998).  Introduction to personality study.  In D. F. Barone, M. Hersen, & V. Van Hasselt (Eds.), Advanced personality. New York: Plenum Press.
 
Bruhnsen, K. D. (1999).  Brief interventions and moderation: Approaches for preventing alcohol problems. In J. M. Oher (Ed), The Employee Assistance Handbook. New York: John Wiley and Sons.  221-246.
 
Cornish, J. A. E., Riva, M. T., Henderson, M. C., Kominars, K. D. & McIntosh, S. (Jan/Feb, 2000). Perceived distress in university counseling center clients over a six-year time span.  Journal of College Student Development, 41(1), 104–109.
 
Evans, F. J. & Franz, J. B. (1998).  Changing the change resistant university. Academy of Educational Leadership, (2), 36–51. 
 
Everly, G. S., Welzant, V. & Jacobson, J. M. (2008). Resistance and resilience: The final frontier in traumatic stress management.  International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 10(4), 261-270.
 
Franz, J. B. (September, 1983).  Cognitive development and career retraining in older adults. Journal of Educational Gerontology, 9(5/6), 443-462.
 
Franz, J. B. (1986). Referral-making: A key EAP skill.  Employee Assistance Quarterly, 2(1), 1-11.
 
Franz, J. B. (1987).  EAPs: Stress management at work.  Valley Business Perspectives, 12(2), 10-15.
 
Franz, J.B. (1987) Promoting wellness and disease prevention in EAPs.  The ALMACAN, 17(11), 8-12.
 
Franz, J. B. (August, 1990).  EAP support staff: A neglected dimension of program development. EAPA Exchange, 45-46.
 
Franz, J. B. (Sept/Oct, 1991).  Developing university EAPS: A planned change perspective. EAP Digest, 11(6), 24-29, 56-57.
  
Franz, J. B. (2001, Oct. 6). When crisis hits the workplace, people change. The Fresno Bee, B7.
 
Franz, J. B. (2006/2007).  Enhancing faculty access: A cultural challenge for EAPs in academe. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 22(2/3), 57-73.  Published simultaneously in R. P. Maiden & S. B. Philips (Eds.) (2006/2007), Employee assistance programs in higher education. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.
 
Franz, J. B. & Dembo, M. J. (August, 1984). The role of stress, cognitive complexity and career maturity in teacher socialization. (AERA) Resources in Education, #ED243833.
 
Ginsberg, M. L., Kilburg, R. R. & Gomes, P.G. (1999).  Organizational counseling and the delivery of integrated human service in the workplace: An evolving model for employee assistance theory and practice. In J. M. Oher (Ed.), The employee assistance handbook. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 439-456.
 
Gritz, E. R., Apted, J., Baile, W., Sazama, K., & Thomas, G. (2008).  A model for designing and developing a faculty health program: The M.D. Anderson experience. In T. R. Cole, T. J. Goodrich & E. R. Gritz (Eds.), Faculty health in academic medicine: Physicians, scientists and the pressures of success. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, Chapter 13.
 
Harmon, C. S. (2005).  Management and the EAP core technology.  Journal of Employee Assistance, 35(4).
 
Harmon, C. S. (2009). Forgiveness and letting go; Phoenix; Faith in the time of storm. In Divorce a month of meditations.  412 Sycamore Street, Cincinnati, OH: Forward Movement, 13, 18, 31.
 
Hoffman, C. & Goya, B. (2006/2007).  Responding to deaths of faculty, staff and students at U. C. Berkeley-an integrated approach. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 22(2/3), 161-175.
 
Hughes, D. (2007).  EA practice as knowledge work. Journal of Employee Assistance, 37(4), 7-9.
 
Hughes, D. (2006-2007) University based employee assistance programs and outsourcing: The case for diversified function.  Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 22(2/3), 27-41.
 
Hughes, D. (2009, July-September). Review of M. E. Mor Barak (2005; 2nd ed., Fall 2009). Managing diversity: Toward a globally inclusive workplace. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage 343 pp. In: Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 24(3).
 
Hughes, D. (Fall, 2010).  Participant observation and organizational consultation. Journal of Employee Assistance. (in press)
 
Hughes, D., Elkin, C. & Epstein, I. (2004).  Long term counseling: A feasibility study of extended follow-up services with high risk EAP clients. Journal of Employee Assistance, 34(1), 15-18.
 
Hyatt, J. (May/June, 1987). Smoking cessation programs at the workplace, the role of the EAP. EAP Digest.
 
Hyatt, J. (June, 1994). Managed care, creating new roles for the EAP. EAPA Exchange.
 
Hyatt, J. (2007). Addressing psychological fitness for duty. Journal of Employee Assistance, 37 (2)

Jacobson, J. M. (Ed.) (2005). Workplace crisis intervention and employee assistance programs (EAPs). In J. M. Jacobson (ED), International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 7(3), 155-157.

Jacobson, J. M. (2006). Compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and burnout: Reactions among employee assistance professionals providing workplace crisis intervention and disaster management services. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 21(6), 133-152.  Published simultaneously as Workplace disaster preparedness, response, and management in R. P. Maiden & S. B. Philips (Eds.) (2006/2007), Employee assistance programs in higher education. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.
 
Jacobson, J. M. (2008).  Review of S. Akabas & P. Kurzman (2005). Work and the workplace: A resource for innovative policy and practice. In Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 23(3), 331-335.
  
Jacobson, J. M. & Attridge, M. (2010). Employee assistance programs (EAPs): An allied profession for work/life.  In Work and Family Encyclopedia. Sloan Work and Family Research Network. Available online: http://wfnetwork.bc.edu/encyclopedia_entry.php?id=17296&area=All
 
Jacobson, J. M. & Back-Tamburo, M. (2001). Inside the numbers: How organizations conduct EA research - University of Maryland, School of Social Work – Academic research and training facility [M. Attridge, (Ed)]. EAPA Exchange, 31(4), 29. (invited)
 
Jacobson, J. M. & Hosford-Lamb, J. (2008). Working it out: Social workers in employee assistance. Social Work Today, 8(2), 18-23. (invited)
 
Jacobson, J. M. & Jones, A. (2010). Standards for the EAP profession: Isn’t it time we all start speaking the same language? Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 25(1), 1-18.
 
Jacobson, J. M. & Kominoth, C. (2001). Inside the numbers: How organizations conduct EA research – COPE, Inc. EAP Vendor [M. Attridge (Ed)]. EAPA Exchange, 31(4), 28-29. (invited)
 
Jacobson, J. M. & Kominoth, C. (2009). Impaired professionals: Unique challenges for employee assistance programs.  In W. G. Emener, W. S. Hutchinson & M. A. Richard (Eds.). Employee assistance programs: Wellness/enhancement programming, 4th edition.Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, Chapter 32.
 
Jacobson, J. M., Price, J., Ruster, P., Christie, J. & Worster, D. (under review). Employee assistance. NASW Policy Statement. (invited)
 
Jacobson, J. M., Oravecz, L., Falk, A. & Osteen, P. (under review). Proximate outcomes of service-learning among Family Studies undergraduates. Family Science Review.
 
Jacobson, J. M., Paul, J. & Blum, D. (2005). The EAP workplace critical incident continuum. The Journal of Employee Assistance, 32(2), 28-30. (Translated into Mandarin and simultaneously published in Focus & Forecast, Taiwan).
 
Jacobson, J. M., Ting, L., Sanders, S. & Harrington, D. (2004). Prevalence of and reactions to fatal and nonfatal client suicidal behavior: A national study of mental health social workers.  Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 49(3), 237-248.
 
Johnston, S. H. & Kraut, D (1990). Pregnancy bed rest: A guidebook for the pregnant woman and her family.  New York: Henry Holt.
 
Jung, C.S., Swihart, D.L. & Thompson, D.A. (2009).  Connecting work and life at the University of Arizona: Strategic practice by UA Life & Work Connections.  In J. Lester & M. Sallee (Eds.), Establishing the family-friendly campus.  Sterling, VA: Stylus Press, 37-52.
 
Kemenoff, S., Worchel, F., Prevatt, B. & Wilson, V. (1995).  Video-feedback in the context of Milan systemic therapy. The Journal of Family Psychology.
 
Kendall, J. (2007).  Loss in the workplace: Traumatic event response. The Journal of Employee Assistance, 37(1), 19.
 
Kendall, J. & Brady, D. (July-September, 2009). Matters of the heart: a program [to] support medical marriages for residents at an academic medical center. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 24(3), 320 – 325.
 
Kendall, J. & Gatrell, L. (2007). Reducing the risk of substance abuse. The Journal of Employee Assistance, 37(2), 25-36.
 
Kendall, J., Rice, T., Gale, M., Trice, E. & Yarbrough, M. (2006/2007).  The creation of a specialized university EA Program - a nurse wellness program. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 22 (2/3), 111–126.
 
Kominars, K. D. (1997).  A study of visualization and addiction treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 14(3 ), 213-223.
 
Kominars, K. (2007).  Managing stress. In J. Knapp, L. Lunsford & G. Belote (Eds.), The first year: Making the most of college.  Plymouth, MI: Hayden McNeil.
 
Kominars, K. (2001).  Developing a taste for discomfort. Diversity Exchange  (Miami, FL: Florida International University).
 
Kominars, K. D. & Dornheim, L. (2004).  Group approaches to substance abuse. In D. Gerrity, C. Kalodner & M. Riva (Eds.),  The handbook of group counseling and psychotherapy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
 
Kominars, S. B. & Kominars, K. D. (1998).  Accepting ourselves and others. Center City, MN: Hazelden.
 
Kulper, T. (2006/2007).  Beyond management consultation: Partnering with human resources for organizational effectiveness. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health 22(2/3), 75-90.
 
Maiden, R. P. & Philips, S. B. (Eds.) (2006/2007).  Employee assistance programs in higher education. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.
 
Masi, D. A., Freedman, M., Jacobson, J. M. & Back-Tamburo, M. (2002).  Utilization factors and outcomes for EAP and work-life programs: Comparing face-to-face, telephone, and online service experiences. Baltimore, Maryland: The University of Maryland.
 
Masi, D. & Jacobson, J. M. (2003). Outcome measurements of an integrated employee assistance and work-life program. Research on Social Work Practice, 13(4), 451-467.
 
Masi, D. A., Jacobson, J. M. & Cooper, A. (2000). Quantifying quality: Findings from clinical reviews. Employee Assistance Quarterly, 15(4), 1-17.
 
Mermis, W. (February, 1990). The college and university EAP network. EAPA Exchange.
 
Mermis, W. (March, 1990). EAPs in education. EAPA Exchange.
 
Mermis, W. (August, 1994). Twenty years and still counting. EAPA Exchange
 
Mermis, W. (August, 1994).  A historical perspective on EAP curriculum in higher education. EAPA Exchange.
 
Ottenstein, R. & Jacobson, J. M. (2006).  A seat at the table: The EAP role in corporate disaster planning and response. Journal of Employee Assistance.
 
Petenbrink, N. A. (1998). Accutest drug-free workplace program: planning and implementation. Encino, CA: Jant Pharmacal Corporation.
 
Philips, S. B. (2004). Two years of client responses to a satisfaction survey about university employee assistance programs.  Employee Assistance Quarterly, 19(4), 59-70.
 
Philips, S. B. (2005) Job burnout - dying battery or blown bulb? VRA Bulletin, 32(1), 43-45.
 
Philips, S. B., Cagnon, D. A., Buehler, D. L., Remón, M. E. & Waldecker, T. R. (2006/2007). Academic and corporate cultures contrasted: Implications for employee assistance professionals. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health 22(2/3), 7-25.
 
Philips, S. B. & Mushinski, M. H. (1992). Configuring an employee assistance program to fit the corporation’s structure: One company’s design. In J. C. Quick, L. R. Murphy & J. J. Hurrell, Jr. (Eds.),  Stress and well-being at work: Assessments and interventions for occupational mental health. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 317-328.
 
Prevatt, B. C. (Spring, 1985).  Benefits that pay benefits: Implementing EAP’s and health Promotion programs in the workplace. Richmond, VA: Surroundings.
 
Prevatt, B. C. (1998) Narrative therapy: the work of Michael White. In D. Lawson & F. Prevatt (Eds.), Casebook in family therapy. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks & Cole. 288-309.
 
Prevatt, B. C. (2009).  Employee assistance programs in higher education. In M. A. Richards, W. G. Emener & W. S. Hutchison (Eds.), Employee assistance programs: Wellness/enhancement programming, 4th edition. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Prevatt, B. & Worchel, F. (1993).  A design for conducting effective assessments: substance abuse and sexual abuse as models. Employee Assistance Quarterly. 9(3), 47-64.

Shapiro, J. & Philips, S. B. (2006/2007). The evolution of the international association of employee assistance professionals in education (IAEAPE).  Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 22(2/3), 1-5.
 
Silberman, A.Kendall, J., Price, A. & Rice, T. (2006/2007). University employee assistance program response to traumas on campus.  Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 22(2/3), 91–109.
 
Smith, D. S. and Silberman, A. S. (December, 1986). Treatment resources for chemical dependency: Assessment and selection. Seminars in Occupational Medicine , 1(4).
 
Stoer-Scaggs, L. (1990). Faculty model and evaluation strategies in higher education: The Ohio State University EAP. Employee Assistance Quarterly, 6, 67-73.
 
Stoer-Scaggs, L. (1999).  Employee assistance programs in higher education. In J. M. Oher (Ed.), The employee assistance handbook. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 35-58.
 
Swihart, D. L. & Thompson, D. A. (2002).  Successful program integration: An analysis of the challenges and opportunities facing an EAP that integrated with other programs reveals the keys to successfully serving the systemic needs of employees and work organizations.  EAPA Exchange, 32(5), 10-13.
Thoreson, R. & Hosokawa, E. (Eds.) (1988).  Employee assistance programs in higher education.    Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
 
Thompson, D. A. & Swihart, D. L. (2006/2007). University of Arizona Life & Work Connections: A synergistic strategy for maxinmizing whole-person productivity over the employee's live-cycle/work-cycle. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health 22(2/3), 145-160.
 
Ting, L., Jacobson, J. M. & Sanders, S. (in press). Current levels of perceived stress among mental health social workers who work with suicidal clients. Social Work.
 
Ting, L., Jacobson, J. M. & Sanders, S. (2008). Available supports and coping behaviors of mental health social workers following fatal and nonfatal client suicide behavior. Social Work, 53(3), 211-221.
 
Ting, L., Jacobson, J. M., Sanders, S., Bride, B. & Harrington, D. (2005). The secondary traumatic stress scale (SSTSS): Confirmatory factor analyses with a national sample of mental health social workers. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment: Special Issue on Measurement and Assessment, 11 (3), 177-194. (Simultaneously published as a book chapter in W. R. Nugent (Ed.) (2005), Approaches to measuring the human behavior in the social environment. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.).
 
Ting, L., Sanders, S., Jacobson, J. M. & Power, J. (2006) Dealing with the aftermath: A qualitative analysis of reactions of mental health social workers after a client suicide.  Social Work, 51(4), 329-342.
 
Warley, R. & Hughes, D. (Fall, 2010).  Core technology, professional engagement and employee assistance practice. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. (in press). 
 
Worchel-Prevatt, F., Heffer, R., Prevatt, B., Miner, J., Young-Saleme, T., Horgan, D., Lopez, M., Rae, W., & Frankel, L. (Fall, 1998). A school reentry program for chronically ill children. Journal of School Psychology, 36, 261-279. 
 
Worchel, F., Prevatt, B., Miner, J., Allen, M., & Nation, P. (1995).  Pediatrician’s communication style: relationship to parent’s perceptions and behaviors. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 20(5), 633-644.