Lindsay SheehanLindsay Sheehan, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Psychology and Associate Director of the Center on Health Equity, Education, and Research at the Illinois Institute of Technology. With over 30 peer-reviewed publications, Dr. Sheehan conducts research on the stigma of mental illness, suicide, health equity, and the evaluation of peer services for people with mental illness. She developed the Inspiring Change community-based participatory research (CBPR) curriculum and has extensive experience implementing CBPR programming. She is director of a state-funded program to train certified recovery support specialists and certified peer recovery specialists. Dr. Sheehan also has a decade of experience working in community mental health care, including provision of counseling, case management, residential support, and vocational training services.
All titles by Lindsay Sheehan:
Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Rehabilitation: Third Edition: Promoting Recovery and Self-DeterminationPatrick W. Corrigan, Nicolas Rüsch, Amy C. Watson, Kristin Kosyluk, and Lindsay Sheehan