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Scale up of the Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA) across different types of service providers in 3 regions of Myanmar: the ASPIRE project (2016-2021)

Trial of the Common Elements Treatment Approach (CETA) for trauma affected Myanmar adults living on the Thai-Myanmar border (2010-2015)

Bolton P, Lee C, Haroz EE, Murray L, Dorsey S, Robinson C, Ugueto AM, Bass J. (2014) A transdiagnostic community-based mental health treatment for comorbid disorders: development and outcomes of a randomized controlled trial among Burmese refugees in Thailand. PLoS Med. Nov 11;11(11):e1001757. doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001757. eCollection 2014 Nov.
 
Expansion of the Common Elements Treatment Approach for Survivors of Torture and Trauma in Thailand and Burma and associated research. Lee, C., Haroz EE, Nguyen A, Murray L, Bolton P. 2015. USAID, Washington, D.C. Assistance in program design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation for Karenni children living in Thai refugee camp (2010-2013).
 

Identification and development of tools to assess mental health problems among Trauma-affected Myanmar adults living on the Thai-Myanmar border (2010-2012)

Lee, Catherine, et al. Qualitative assessment of displaced persons in Mae Sot, Thailand affected by torture and related violence in Burma. Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, 2011, pp. 1–28, Qualitative assessment of displaced persons in Mae Sot, Thailand affected by torture and related violence in Burma.
 
Haroz, E. E., Bass, J. K., Lee, C., Murray, L. K., Robinson, C., & Bolton, P. (2014). Adaptation and testing of psychosocial assessment instruments for cross-cultural use: an example from the Thailand Burma border. BMC psychology, 2(1), 31. Chicago.
 

Identifying priority mental health needs of Karenni children living in Thai refugee camp (2010-2013)

Controlled trial of problem solving intervention with conflict affected population in Aceh, Indonesia (2006-2007)

Poudyal, B., Bass, J., Subyantoro, T., Jonathan, A., Erni, T., & Bolton, P. (2009). Assessment of the psychosocial and mental health needs, dysfunction and coping mechanisms of violence affected populations in Bireuen Aceh. A qualitative study. Torture, 19(3), 218-226.
 
Bass J, Poudyal B, Tol W, Murray L, Nadison M, Bolton P. (2011) ‘A controlled trial of problem-solving counseling for war-affected adults in Aceh, Indonesia. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology.’ 2012 Feb. 47(2):279-91.
 

Qualitative study of psychosocial problems of torture and trauma affected adults in Jakarta, Indonesia (2006)

Bass J, Bobo M, Poudyal B, Suplido M, Bolton P. ‘Qualitative Assessment of Violence Affected Populations in Jakarta, Indonesia.’ Report to USAID, Baltimore MD, January 2007.
 

Studies with Trafficked Girls: Identifying and meeting the mental health needs of trafficked and exploited girls in transition shelters in and around Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2007)

Bolton, P., Nadelman, S., & Wallace, T. (2008). Qualitative Assessment of Trafficked Girls in Cambodia (pp. 1-21, Rep.). Boston, MA: Boston University.
 
Bass, J., Bolton, P., & Bearup, L. (2010). Assessment of Trafficked and Abused Girls living in Shelters in Cambodia: Development and Testing of a Locally-Adapted Psychosocial Assessment Instrument (pp. 1-46, Rep.). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. 
 
Bass, J., Bearup, L., Bolton, P., Murray, L., & Skavenski, S. (2011). Implementing Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) among Formerly Trafficked-Sexually Exploited and Sexually Abused Girls in Cambodia: A Feasibility Study. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: World Vision.
 

Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Reference Group for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings. Nepal Earthquakes Desk Review of Existing Information with Relevance to Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (2015)