394Field Instruction Seminar I
398Professional Practice:Field Instruction I
Gjesfjeld, C. D. (2014). Meeting student resistance with empathic teaching in the college classroom. GAUISUS, 2. Retrieved from http://gauisus.weebly.com/volume-2---april-2014.html
Gjesfjeld, C. D., & Jung, J-K. (2014). Teaching poverty with Geographic Information Systems (GIS): A case study of East Buffalo and food access. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 34, 5, 531-544.
Weaver, A., & Gjesfjeld, C. D. (2014). Barriers to preventive services use for rural women in the Southeastern United States. Social Work Research, 38, 4, 225-234.
Block, A. M., Gjesfjeld, C. D., & Greeno, C. G. (2013). Adolescent perspectives of outpatient mental health treatment. Best Practices in Mental Health, 9, 2, 22-38.
Hall, S. A., & Gjesfjeld, C. D. (2013). Clergy: A partner in rural mental health? Journal of Rural Mental Health, 37, 1, 50-57.
Gjesfjeld, C. D., Weaver, A., & Schommer, K. (2012). Rural women’s transitions to motherhood: Understanding social support in a rural community. Journal of Family Social Work, 15, 5, 435-448.
Gjesfjeld, C. D., & Jung, J-K. (2011). How far?: Using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to examine maternity care access for expectant mothers in a rural state. Social Work in Health Care, 50, 9, 682-693.
Gjesfjeld, C. D., & Kennedy, M. (2011). Outpatient commitment on the ground: Listening to consumers and providers. Advances in Social Work, 12, 2, 152-163.
Gjesfjeld, C. D., Greeno, C. G., Kim, K. H., & Anderson, C. M. (2010). Economic stress, social support, and maternal depression: Is social support deterioration occurring? Social Work Research, 34, 3, 135-144.
Gjesfjeld, C. D., Greeno, C. G., & Kim, K. H. (2008). A confirmatory factor analysis of an abbreviated social support instrument: The MOS-SSS. Research on Social Work Practice, 18, 3, 231-237.
Colonna-Pydyn, C., Gjesfjeld, C. D., and Greeno, C. G. (2007). The factor structure of the barriers to treatment participation scale (BTPS): Implications for future barriers scale development. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 34, 6, 563-569.