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.
Pitt Psychiatry Researchers Conduct Community Effectiveness Trial of a Novel Form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT)
This paper was published in Child Maltreatment, the official publication of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, and was recently named Child Maltreatment Article of the Year for 2018. Children who experience physical abuse or harsh physical discipline are particularly vulnerable to adverse mental health outcomes such as trauma symptoms, aggression, interpersonal problems, substance use and...
New ETUDES Center Aims to Help PCPs Assess and Increase Engagement of Depressed and Suicidal Youth through Innovative New Technologies
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among adolescents and has increased by at least 20% in the past decade, but depressed and suicidal youth, who are at high risk for suicide, are often not identified, and when identified, often do not go for treatment. Pediatric primary care is an ideal place to identify youth at risk for suicide. At-risk youth are much more likely to present in primary care than in...
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The Pediatric Patient-Centered Medical Home: Innovative Models for Improving Behavioral HealthAsarnow JR, Kolko DJ, Miranda J and Kazak AEAmerican Psychologist, 72:13-27, 2017The 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 understand...
Kolko, Lindhiem & Colleagues
Evaluation of a Booster Intervention Three Years after Acute Treatment for Early-Onset Disruptive Behavior DisordersKolko DJ, Lindhiem O, Hart J and Bukstein OGJournal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 42:339-342, 2014There have been numerous evidence-based treatments (EBTs) conducted in both clinical and community settings designed to teach skills to caregivers and their children, and treat children's externalizing...