Jonathon Larson, L.C.P.C.
|Real Name:||Jonathon Larson, L.C.P.C.|
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|Member Since:||August 27, 2009 | 12:50 AM|
Dr. Jonathon E. Larson, L.C.P.C., C.R.C. is the director of research at the Joint Research Programs in Psychiatric Rehabilitation and an associate editor and the managing editor of the American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. He is an assistant professor of rehabilitation psychology and counseling at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. He operates a solo practice and provides cognitive behavioral therapy, neurofeedback, temperature training, skin conductance training, and heart rate variability training for mental health, substance abuse, and employment problems. Jon has 17 years of experience providing psychiatric rehabilitation services for individuals with psychiatric disabilities in various settings. He has 12 years of experience teaching therapy and psychiatric rehabilitation skills to practitioners and university students. His publications and training curricula have covered topics in psychiatric vocational rehabilitation, motivational interviewing, psycho-educational groups, barriers to employment, evidence-based practice dissemination, stages of change in employment, practitioner burnout, practitioner influences on outcomes, mental health leadership, and mental illness stigma.
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