Education & Training
Selected Honors & Awards
- Kolko, D. J., Campo, J. V., Kilbourne, A., Hart, J., Sakolsky, D., & Wisniewski, S. (2014). Collaborative Care Outcomes for Pediatric Behavioral Health Problems: A Cluster Randomized Trial. Pediatrics, 133(4), April, e981-992.
- Kolko, D. J., Lindhiem, O., Hat, J., & Bukstein, O.G. (2014). Evaluation of a Booster Intervention Three Years after Acute Treatment for Early-Onset Disruptive Behavior Disorders. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 42 (3), 383-398
- Kolko, D. J., Baumann, B. L.., Herschell, A. D., Hart, J., Holden, E. & Wisniewski, S. (2012). Implementation of AF-CBT by Community Practitioners Serving Child Welfare and Mental Health: A Randomized Trial. Child Maltreatment, 17 (1), 30-44. DOI 10.1177/1077559511427346
- Kolko, D. J., Campo, J. V., Kilbourne, A. & Kelleher, K. (2012). Doctor-Office Collaborative Care for Pediatric Behavior Problems: A Preliminary Clinical Trial. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 166 (3), 224-231.
- Kolko, D. J., Dorn, L. D., Bukstein, O. G., Pardini, D., Holden, E. A.., & Hart, J. D. (2009). Community vs. clinic-based modular treatment of children with early-onset ODD or CD: A clinical trial with three-year follow-up. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 37, 591-609.
- Asarnow, J., Kolko, D. J., Miranda, J., & Kazak, A. (2017). The Pediatric Patient Centered Medical Home: Innovative Models for Improving Behavioral Health. American Psychologist,72 (1), 13-27.
- Kolko, D. J., & Vernberg, E. M. (2017). Assessment and intervention with children who misuse fire: Practitioner guide. In D. Barlow (Ed.), Treatments That Work series. New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press.
- Kolko, D. J. (Ed.) (2002). Handbook on firesetting in children and youth. New York: Kluwer/Academic Press.
- Kolko, D. J., Brown, E. J., Shaver, M.E., Baumann, B. L., and Herschell, A. D. (2011). Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Session Guide. Third Edition (11-1-2011). Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
- Kolko, D. J., & Swenson, C. C. (2002). Assessing and treating physically abused children and their families: A cognitive-behavioral approach. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
- Kolko, D. J., & Foster, J. (in press). Firesetting in children and youth. In Vincent B. Van Hasselt & Michael L. Bourke (Eds.). Handbook of Behavioral Criminology: Contemporary Strategies and Issues. Springer Publishing: New York, NY
- Kolko, D. J., & Berkout, O. (2017). Child physical abuse. In S. Gold, J. Cook, & C. Dalenberg (Eds.), Handbook of Trauma Psychology (pp. 99-116), American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.
- Berliner, L., & Kolko, D. J. (2016). Trauma Informed Care: A commentary and critique. Child Maltreatment, 21(2), 168-172.
- Kolko, D. J., Fitzgerald, M. & Laubach, J. (2014). Evidence-Based Practices for Working with Physically Abusive Families: Alternatives for Families: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (pp. 59-66). In R. M. Reece, R. F. Hanson, & J. Sargent (Eds). Treatment of Child Abuset: Common Ground for Mental Health, Medical and Legal Practitioners (2nd ed.). Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, MD.
- Kolko, D. J., Hoagwood, K., & Springgate, B. (2010). Treatment Research for Children and YouthExposed to Traumatic Events: Moving Beyond Efficacy to Amp Up Public Health Impact. GeneralHospital Psychiatry, 32, 465-476.
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The Pediatric Patient-Centered Medical Home: Innovative Models for Improving Behavioral Health Asarnow JR, Kolko DJ, Miranda J and Kazak AE American Psychologist, 72:13-27, 2017 The Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is a care delivery model whereby a patient?s primary care physician coordinates their treatment to ensure they receive the necessary care when and where they need it, and in a manner they can underst...
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