Craig Warlick

Craig Warlick
University of Southern Mississippi | USM · School of Psychology

PhD

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Publications (15)
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Standard dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), with its 12-month format, has a documented record of efficacy. While emerging evidence is supportive of DBT adaptations in community mental health settings and brief, intensive formats, many of these studies are limited by sample size of its DBT group, by omission of program completion rates and specific...
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Objective: Our objective is to provide preliminary evidence of the English translation of the Integrative Hope Scale (IHS). Hope is a critical concept for recovery. Synthesizing from other hope models, Schrank and colleagues developed the IHS. Although translated into five languages, no known studies assess the IHS's English translation within a c...
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Although counseling in itself can be a stressful task, counseling complex clients can exacerbate this stress and can lead to burnout. Burnout negatively affects the counselor's personal life, client care, and the health care system. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a multimodal treatment designed specifically for treating complex clients. The...
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The M5–50 is a brief 50 item international personality item pool public-domain five-factor model personality instrument. While public-domain instruments can facilitate social justice by allowing access to instruments to those who may not have the financial resources to use a pay-to-use instrument, public-domain measures may lack the scrutiny given...
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There is efficacy evidence for dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and positive psychology interventions. However, there is minimal research examining positive psychology constructs alongside psychopathology measures in clinical populations. Accordingly, this study examined these associations in a DBT intensive outpatient program (IOP). Participants...
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The current study draws attention to the multiple identities of lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) respondents, in particular their religious–spiritual identities, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and the relationship of these identities and orientations to self-esteem, life satisfaction, and LGB negative identity. Participants were recruited...
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Tobacco quitlines are effective, and work best for callers who receive three or more counseling sessions. Clinical settings are adopting quitline referral as a method for providing cessation support but little is known regarding enrollment and engagement following these referrals. We used data from quitline fax-back reports to describe enrollment a...
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Positive Psychology and dialectical behavior therapy are 2 growing areas within psychology. However, despite this growth, both fields remain unbalanced in their growth by focusing research in one direction. Positive Psychology is unbalanced regarding its population samples. Much Positive Psychology research focuses on nonclinical samples, which lim...
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Behavioral counseling is effective for smoking cessation and the psychotherapy literature indicates therapeutic alliance is key to counseling effectiveness. However, no tobacco-counseling specific measures of alliance exist that are suitable in most tobacco counseling contexts. This hinders assessment of counseling components in research and clinic...
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Since their introduction, interests have been important to the field of vocational psychology. Within career counseling, they often serve as a starting point to career exploration. The changing nature of the world of work means that accurate assessment is even more imperative. There remain a number of inventories to help assess this construct. The...
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The Integrated Hope Scale (IHS) provides a multi-dimensional evaluation of factors common across measures of hope, examining social relationships, trust and confidence, perspectives of the future, and a lack of hopefulness. Despite promise for the instrument’s utility, research on the IHS is sparse has been limited to non-English-speaking populatio...
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This study examined ways to improve fit and interpretive capacity of the M5-50, an IPIP-based personality instrument, using the Openness/ Intellect model (O/I) given a history of poor performance of the M5-50 Openness scale (Socha, Cooper, & McCord, 2010). With participants from Amazon's MTurk (n = 305), theoretical models for the five-factor model...
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Religion is a shaping force in the world today, increasingly expressed and integral to the flow and function of the workplace. The relationship between religious identity and work function is clearly present. However, no lines of research have explored how religion explains the variations in vocational interest, despite speculation that it does so....

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The Occupational Information Network–Interest Profiler–Short Form (O*NET-IP-SF) is a public domain assessment utilized to measure Holland’s six occupational profiles: realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising, and conventional. Using confirmatory factor analysis, this study examined the structural integrity of the O*NET-IP-SF and interpretive potential using a regionally and racially diverse sample of American college students.