My current research goals are to:
1. Elucidate correlates and predictors of child mental health services among diverse ethnic and racial populations
2. Identify mechanisms of help-seeking and develop interventions to improve utilization and adherence to treatment
Turner, E.A. (2016, November). The Psychological Impacts of Policing on Communities of Color. American Psychological Association’s Congressional Briefing on Improving Police-Community Relations: Psychological Perspectives. Washington, DC.
Turner, E.A. (2016, September). Psychology’s Role in Addressing Health Disparities. Invited address at the Katherine Ratliff Memorial Conference at the University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN.
Turner, E.A. (2016, August). Psychologists of Color: Challenges and Opportunities for Success. In A.J. Harlow & A. Hutchison (Co-Chairs), Post Docs, Licensure, Research, Oh MY! Preparing for a Career in Academia. Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association Convention, Denver, CO.
Turner, E.A. (2016, August). Strategies for communicating psychological science and promoting your practice. In E.A. Turner (Chair), Enhancing your niche practice through social media engagement. Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association Convention, Denver, CO.
Turner, E.A. (2016, March). Using Therapeutic Assessment and the PAI-A to Engage Adolescents in Treatment. Oral presentation at the Society for Personality Assessment, Chicago, IL.
Phillips, M. & Turner, E.A. (April, 2015). Parental Attitudes Towards Behavioral Health Services During Deployment. Poster presentation at the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Antonio, TX.
Mason, M., Campbell, L., Lewis, A., Sood, B., Wilkinson, C., Saunders, H., Zhang, J., Bodas, J., Linker, J., Sonenklar, N., Morales-Theodore, R., & Turner, E.A. (October, 2014). Integrating Evidence-based Screening within an Outpatient Medical Clinic Routine Practice: Treatment outcomes and feasibility results. Poster presentation at the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, San Diego, CA
Turner, E.A. (August 2014). Psychometric Properties of the Thoughts About Psychotherapy Survey in a Parent Population. Presentation at the American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC.
Selected Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Turner, E.A., *Camarillo, J., *Daniel, S., *Otero, J., & *Parker, A. (in press) Correlates of psychotherapy use among ethnically diverse college students. Journal of College Student Development.
Turner, E.A., & Llamas, J. (in-press) The Role of Therapy Fears, Ethnic Identity, and Spirituality on Access to Mental Health Treatment Among Latino College Students. Psychological Services.
Turner, E.A. & Mohan, S. (2016). Child Mental Health Services and Psychotherapy Attitudes Among Asian Indian Parents: An Exploratory Study. Community Mental Health Journal, 52, 8, 989-997.
Turner, E.A., Cheng, H., Llamas, J., Tran, A. T., Hill, K., *Fretts, J.M., & Mercado, A. (2016). Factors impacting the current trends in the use of outpatient psychiatric treatment among diverse ethnic groups. Current Psychiatry Reviews, 12, 2, 199-220.
Turner, E.A. & Mills, C. (2016). Culturally relevant diagnosis and assessment of Mental Illness. In A., Breland-Noble, C., Al-Mateen, & N., Singh (Eds.), Handbook of Mental Health in African American Youth. Springer International Publishing.
Turner, E.A., Jensen-Doss, A., & Heffer, R. (2015, April). Ethnicity as a moderator of how parents’ attitudes and perceived stigma influence intentions to seek child mental health services. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. Advance online publication
Turner, E.A. (2012). The parental attitudes toward psychological services inventory: Adaptation and development of an attitude scale. Community Mental Health Journal, 48, 4, 436-449.
Current Research Projects:
Project title: African Americans and Psychotherapy: Bridging a Gap to Enhance Treatment Engagement
Summary: The aim of the proposed project is to examine the use of a psychoeducation intervention on improving treatment acceptability and improve attitudes towards therapy.
Project title: Predictors of Intentions to Seek Psychotherapy Among African American and Latino Parents
Summary: The aim of the proposed project is to examine sociocultural variables that influence help-seeking behaviors of African American parents.
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