Dr. Anouk Grubaugh is a psychologist practicing in Charleston, SC. Dr. Grubaugh specializes in the treatment of health mental problems, and helps people to cope with their mental illnesses. As a psychologist, Dr. Grubaugh evaluates and treats patients through a variety of methods, most typically being psychotherapy or talk therapy. Patients usually visit Dr. Grubaugh because they have been experiencing depression, anxiety, stress or anger for a significant period of time and are seeking help. Psychologists may perform a variety of exams and assessments to diagnose a mental condition.
- Service utilization among compensation-seeking veterans.
- Telepsychiatry treatment outcome research methodology: efficacy versus effectiveness.
- Trauma-related mental health needs and service utilization among female veterans.
- Research participants and questions about sexual trauma.
- Patients' reports of traumatic or harmful experiences within the psychiatric setting.
- Racial differences in psychiatric symptom patterns and service use in VA primary care clinics.
- Clinicians' perspectives on cognitive-behavioral treatment for PTSD among persons with severe mental illness.
- Unrecognized trauma and PTSD among public mental health consumers with chronic and severe mental illness.
- Intimate partner violence victimization among adults with severe mental illness: results of a cross-sectional study.
- Female veterans seeking medical care at Veterans Affairs primary care clinics: psychiatric and medical illness burden and service use.
- Are there racial differences in the experience of harmful or traumatic events within psychiatric settings?
- An update on the South Carolina trauma initiative.
- Age differences in posttraumatic stress disorder, psychiatric disorders, and healthcare service use among veterans in Veterans Affairs primary care clinics.
- Trauma among female veterans: a critical review.
- Therapist adherence and competence with manualized cognitive-behavioral therapy for PTSD delivered via videoconferencing technology.
- US Department of Veterans Affairs disability policies for posttraumatic stress disorder: administrative trends and implications for treatment, rehabilitation, and research.
- Differences in posttraumatic stress disorder diagnostic rates and symptom severity between Criterion A1 and non-Criterion A1 stressors.
- Empirical examination of a proposed refinement to DSM-IV posttraumatic stress disorder symptom criteria using the National Comorbidity Survey Replication data.
- The PTSD symptom scale's latent structure: an examination of trauma-exposed medical patients.
- Sexual assault, mental health, and service use among male and female veterans seen in Veterans Affairs primary care clinics: a multi-site study.
- Delayed-onset post-traumatic stress disorder among war veterans in primary care clinics.
- The effect of depression on self-care behaviors and quality of care in a national sample of adults with diabetes.
- Use of dual health care services among veterans seen in Veterans Affairs primary care clinics.
- Current Directions in Videoconferencing Tele-Mental Health Research.
- The effect of major depression on preventive care and quality of life among adults with diabetes.
- Interpersonal Violence and Mental Health Outcomes among Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander College Students.
- Clinical Case Discussion: Combat PTSD and Substance Use Disorders.
- More than black and white: differences in predictors of obesity among Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders and European Americans.
- Prolonged exposure therapy for combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder: comparing outcomes for veterans of different wars.
- Changes in the Beck Depression Inventory-II's underlying symptom structure over 1 month of inpatient treatment.
- Perceptions of stroke recovery: an exclusion of communication and cognition.
- An examination of sleep quality in veterans with a dual diagnosis of PTSD and severe mental illness.
- Feasibility and Efficacy of Prolonged Exposure for PTSD among Individuals with a Psychotic Spectrum Disorder.
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