Dr. Lynn Norton practices Nutritional Medicine in SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA. Dr. Norton has received an education on and advises people on matters of food and nutrition, considering how they both impact health. Nutritionists? help patients choose the right things to eat, help them plan menus, and advise them on the health effects of certain foods. Nutritionists assess a patients current dietary habits and needs, educate them on healthy eating habits, follow up to ensure the menus are working, and write reports that document a patients progress.
- Who's dragging their feet? Husbands and wives seeking marital therapy.
- Traditional versus integrative behavioral couple therapy for significantly and chronically distressed married couples.
- Gulf War veterans' illnesses: a pilot study of the relationship of illness beliefs to symptom severity and functional health status.
- Infidelity and behavioral couple therapy: optimism in the face of betrayal.
- Using multilevel models to analyze couple and family treatment data: basic and advanced issues.
- The multidimensional and developmental nature of infidelity: practical applications.
- Improving relationships: mechanisms of change in couple therapy.
- Infidelity in couples seeking marital therapy.
- Prediction of response to treatment in a randomized clinical trial of marital therapy.
- Risk of false positives when identifying malingered profiles using the trauma symptom inventory.
- Long-term prediction of marital quality following a relationship education program: being positive in a constructive way.
- Couple and individual adjustment for 2 years following a randomized clinical trial comparing traditional versus integrative behavioral couple therapy.
- Demand-withdraw communication in severely distressed, moderately distressed, and nondistressed couples: rigidity and polarity during relationship and personal problem discussions.
- Rethinking how family researchers model infrequent outcomes: a tutorial on count
- Low-level relationship aggression and couple therapy outcomes.
- Clinical significance and remission in treating major depressive disorder: parallels between related outcome constructs.
- Prediction of response to treatment in a randomized clinical trial of couple therapy: a 2-year follow-up.
- Health care and public service use and costs before and after provision of housing for chronically homeless persons with severe alcohol problems.
- Clinical trials methodology: randomization, intent-to-treat, and random-effects regression.
- Marital status and satisfaction five years following a randomized clinical trial comparing traditional versus integrative behavioral couple therapy.
- Outcomes of couples with infidelity in a community-based sample of couple therapy.
- The association between daily stress and sexual activity.
- Examining the associations among severity of injunctive drinking norms, alcohol consumption, and alcohol-related negative consequences: the moderating roles of alcohol consumption and identity.
- Alcohol-involved assault and the course of PTSD in female crime victims.
- Efficacy of web-based personalized normative feedback: a two-year randomized controlled trial.
- Recovery from disability for individuals with borderline personality disorder: a feasibility trial of DBT-ACES.
- Racial/ethnic disparities in therapist effectiveness: a conceptualization and initial study of cultural competence.
- Affirming the self to promote agreement with another: lowering a psychological barrier to conflict resolution.
- Event-specific drinking among college students.
- The language of demand/withdraw: verbal and vocal expression in dyadic interactions.
- Using I³ theory to clarify when dispositional aggressiveness predicts intimate partner violence perpetration.
- Ethnicity specific norms and alcohol consumption among Hispanic/Latino/a and Caucasian students.
- Toward making progress feedback an effective common factor in couple therapy.
- Greater emotional arousal predicts poorer long-term memory of communication skills in couples.
- A tutorial on count regression and zero-altered count models for longitudinal substance use data.
- The influence of therapist variance on the dependability of therapists' alliance scores: a brief comment on "The dependability of alliance assessments: the alliance-outcome correlation is larger than you think" (Crits-Christoph et al., 2011).
- Comparing experiential acceptance and cognitive reappraisal as predictors of functional outcome in individuals with serious mental illness.
- Indicated prevention for college student marijuana use: a randomized controlled trial.
- RCT of web-based personalized normative feedback for college drinking prevention: are typical student norms good enough?
- The association of therapist empathy and synchrony in vocally encoded arousal.
- Up and down or down and up? The process of change in constructive couple behavior during Traditional and Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy.
- Analyzing multiple outcomes in clinical research using multivariate multilevel models.
- Randomized controlled trial of a Spring Break intervention to reduce high-risk drinking.
- Randomized controlled trial of a web-delivered personalized normative feedback intervention to reduce alcohol-related risky sexual behavior among college students.
- Evaluating therapist adherence in motivational interviewing by comparing performance with standardized and real patients.
- Scaling up the evaluation of psychotherapy: evaluating motivational interviewing fidelity via statistical text classification.
- When less is more and more is less in brief motivational interventions: characteristics of intervention content and their associations with drinking outcomes.
- Computational psychotherapy research: scaling up the evaluation of patient-provider interactions.
- Brief intervention for problem drug use in safety-net primary care settings: a randomized clinical trial.
- Existing data sets to support studies of dementia or significant cognitive impairment and comorbid chronic conditions.
- Advancing methods for reliably assessing motivational interviewing fidelity using the motivational interviewing skills code.
- A randomized controlled trial of intensive care management for disabled Medicaid beneficiaries with high health care costs.
- Longitudinal Association of Dementia and Depression.
- Self-reported Usual Care for Self-directed Violence During the 6 Months Before Emergency Department Admission.
- Comparing the motivational interviewing integrity in two prevalent models of brief intervention service delivery for primary care settings.
- The therapeutic alliance as a predictor of outcome in dialectical behavior therapy versus nonbehavioral psychotherapy by experts for borderline personality disorder.
- Brief motivational interventions for college student drinking may not be as powerful as we think: an individual participant-level data meta-analysis.
- More than reflections: empathy in motivational interviewing includes language style synchrony between therapist and client.
- Measurement error and outcome distributions: Methodological issues in regression analyses of behavioral coding data.
- Behaviorally-based couple therapies reduce emotional arousal during couple conflict.
- Is motivational interviewing effective at reducing alcohol misuse in young adults? A critical review of Foxcroft et al. (2014).
- Removing very low-performing therapists: A simulation of performance-based retention in psychotherapy.
- Are medical marijuana users different from recreational users? The view from primary care.
- Clinical Needs of Patients with Problem Drug Use.
- Modeling Cyclical Patterns in Daily College Drinking Data with Many Zeroes.
- Content Coding of Psychotherapy Transcripts Using Labeled Topic Models.
- "Rate My Therapist": Automated Detection of Empathy in Drug and Alcohol Counseling via Speech and Language Processing.
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy modules: Differential impact on treatment processes and outcomes.
- Causal Models for Mediation Analysis: An Introduction to Structural Mean Models.
- "It sounds like...": A natural language processing approach to detecting counselor reflections in motivational interviewing.
- Day-to-day variations in high-intensity drinking, expectancies, and positive and negative alcohol-related consequences.
- A Comparison of Natural Language Processing Methods for Automated Coding of Motivational Interviewing.
- Barriers and Facilitators to Coordinating Care With High-Risk, High-Cost Disabled Medicaid Beneficiaries: Perspectives of Frontline Staff and Participating Clients.
- Computational Analysis and Simulation of Empathic Behaviors: a Survey of Empathy Modeling with Behavioral Signal Processing Framework.
- Utility of Point-of-care Urine Drug Tests in the Treatment of Primary Care Patients With Drug Use Disorders.
- Current Suicidal Ideation among Treatment-Engaged Active Duty Soldiers and Marines.
- Psychometric analysis and validity of the daily alcohol-related consequences and evaluations measure for young adults.
- Should we trust our judgments about the proficiency of Motivational Interviewing counselors? A glimpse at the impact of low inter-rater reliability.
- Aggregating and Analyzing Daily Drinking Data in Clinical Trials: A Comparison of Type I Errors, Power, and Bias.
- Under Reporting of Suicide Ideation in US Army Population Screening: An Ongoing Challenge.
- The Use and Effectiveness of Mobile Apps for Depression: Results From a Fully Remote Clinical Trial.
- Brief online interventions targeting risk and protective factors for increased and problematic alcohol use among American college students studying abroad.
- Dementia and co-occurring chronic conditions: a systematic literature review to identify what is known and where are the gaps in the evidence?
- A technology prototype system for rating therapist empathy from audio recordings in addiction counseling.
- Technology-enhanced human interaction in psychotherapy.
- Prediction of Suicide Ideation and Attempt Among Substance-Using Patients in Primary Care.
- Digital technology and clinical decision making in depression treatment: Current findings and future opportunities.
- Response to Urine Drug Testing in a Family Residency Practice.
- A multivariate meta-analysis of motivational interviewing process and outcome.
- Designing Contestability: Interaction Design, Machine Learning, and Mental Health.
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