Dr. Deborah M. Courtney

Educator - Healer - Speaker

Click on the links below to be directed to some of Deb's publications in Books and Academic Journals. If you have any questions or would like further information about what you find please do not hesitate to reach out. 

Happy Reading! 

 

Courtney, D. (2014). Fordham University Dissertation. EMDR to Treat Children and Adolescents: Clinicians' Experiences Using The EMDR Journey Game.

 

Courtney, D. & Hanson, M. (2014). Alcoholism and other drug addictions. In A. Gitterman, Ed.,Handbook of social work with vulnerable and resilient populations, 3rd Ed. New York: Columbia University Press.

 

Lobenstine, F. & Courtney, D. (2013). A Case Study: The Integration of Intensive EMDR and Ego State Therapy to Treat Comorbid Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, and Anxiety.  Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 7, 2, 65-80.  

 

Strand, V., Hansen, S. & Courtney, D. (2013). Common Elements Across Evidence-Based Trauma Treatment: Discovery and Implications. Advances in Social Work, 14, 2, 334-354.

 

Courtney, D. & Maschi, T. (2013). Trauma and Stress Among Older Adults in Prison: Breaking the Cycle of Silence. Traumatology, 19, 1, 73-81. 

 

Maschi, T., Perillo, J. & Courtney, D. (2012). Releasing their stories: A qualitative study of juvenile justice involved youth with histories of mental health issues and violence. Journal of Forensic Social Work, 1(2), 132-158. 

 

Morrisey, M., Courtney, D. & Maschi, T. (2012). Sexual Abuse Histories Among Incarcerated Older Adult Offenders: A Descriptive Study In Ersi Abacı Kalfoğlu & Rehat Faikoğlu, "Sexual Abuse - Breaking the Silence."  InTech Online Publishing. 

 

Maschi, T., Morgen, K., Zgoba, K., Courtney, D. & Ristow, J. (2011). Age, cumulative trauma and stressful life events, and post-traumatic stress symptoms among older adults in prison: Do subjective impressions matter? The Gerentologist, 51, 675-686.