Publications

Recent Published Manuscripts

Ahmad, Z. S., Thoburn, J. W., Perry, K. L., McBrearty, M. K., Olson, S., & Gunn, G. (2015). Online prevalence rates of sexual addiction among Christian clergy. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 22 (4), 344-356. DOI: 10.1080/10720162.2015.1082079

Thoburn, J. W., Kurtz, F. B., & Carlile, J. A. (2015). Global climate change and disaster psychology: A systems perspective. Japanese Journal of Family Psychology, 28, 93-105.

Lucas, H. L., & Thoburn, J. W. (2015). Marriage. In P. Moglia (Ed.), Salem Health: Psychology and Behavioral Health, 4th edition (Vol. 3, pp. 1109-1113). Amenia, NY: Grey House Publishing.

Carlile, J. A., Mauseth, K., Clark, N. E., Cruz, J. L., & Thoburn, J. W. (2014). Local volunteerism and resilience following large-scale disaster: Outcomes for Health Support Team volunteers in Haiti. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. doi:10.1007/s13753-014-0028-z

Thoburn, J.W., Carlile. J. & Clark, N. A (2014). Systems Approach to International Disaster Psychology. Journal of Family Psychotherapy. 25, 1-14. doi:10.1080/08975353.2014.910030

Cecchet, S. & Thoburn, J.W. (2014). The psychological experience of child and adolescent sex trafficking in the United States: Trauma and resilience in survivors. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, and Practice, 6, 482-493.

Bentley, J.A., Ahmad, Z.S. & Thoburn, J.W. (2014). Religiosity and posttraumatic stress in a sample of East African refugees. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture. 17, 185-195. doi:10.1080/13674676.2013.784899.

Dal Maso, M., Siesseger, M. B., & Thoburn, J. W.. Marriage experience as a moderator for commitment and female mate preferences.

Ahmad, Z.S., & Thoburn, J.W, Perry, K. L., McBrearty, M.K., Olson, S., & Gunn, G. (2015). Prevalence rates of online sexual addiction among Protestant clergy. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 22 , 344-356.

Ahmad, Z.S., Thoburn, J.W., Bikos, L. H., & Perry, K. L. (2014). The experiences of Muslim American military personnel serving in the American military. Military Behavioral Health, 2 , 67-74.

Edwards-Stewart, A., Ahmad, Z. S., Thoburn, J. W., Shelly, L., Furman, R., Gunn, G. & Lambert, A. (2012). Introducing imbedded indigenous psychological support teams: A suggested addition to psychological first aid in an international context. Accepted to International Journal of Emergency Mental Health.

Thoburn, J.W., Bentley, J.A., Ahmad, Z.S., & Jones, K.C. (2012). International disaster psychology ethics: A social justice model imbedded in a family systems paradigm.Traumatology (online) 1534765612444880.

Bentley, J. A., Thoburn, J. W., Stewart, D. R. & Boynton, L. D. (2012). Post-migration stress as a
moderator between traumatic exposure and self-reported  mental health symptoms in a sample of Somali refugees. Journal of Loss and Trauma,  17, 5,  452-469.

Bentley, J., Thoburn, J.W., Stewart, D. & Boynton, L. D. (2011). The indirect effect of somatic
complaints on report of posttraumatic psychological symptomatology among Somali refugees. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 24, 4, 479-482.

Jones, K.C., Oliver, T.C., Welton, S.R., & Thoburn, J.W.  (2011). Mindfulness, spousal attachment, and marital satisfaction: A mediated model. The Family
Journal  Mindfulness,  19, 4, 353 - 364.

Thoburn, J.W. & Baker, R. Eds. (2011). Clergy sexual misconduct: A systems approach to prevention, intervention and oversight. Carefree, Arizona: Gentle Path Press.

Thoburn, J.W. & Baker, R. (2011). Systems, ecology, and clergy sexual misconduct. In
Thoburn, J. W. & Baker, R. (Eds). Clergy sexual misconduct: A systems approach to prevention,intervention and oversight. Carefree, Arizona: Gentle Path Press, 3-22.

Baker, R. & Thoburn, J.W. (2011). Clergy sexual misconduct overview: A model for
prevention, education, treatment, & oversight. In Thoburn, J. W. & Baker, R. (Eds). Clergy sexual misconduct: A systems approach to prevention, intervention, and oversight. Carefree, Arizona: Gentle Path Press, 23-40.

Thoburn, J.W., Cecchet, S., Oliver, T., Jones, K.C., & Sanchez, O. (2011). Where do we go
from here? The development of a family psychology identity. The Family Psychologist, 27, 1, 6-10.

 

Books and Book Chapters

Thoburn, J.W. & Sexton, T.L. (2016). Family psychology: Theory, research and practice. Westport CT: Praeger Press.

 Thoburn, J.W. & Baker, R. Eds. (2011). Clergy sexual misconduct: A systems approach toprevention, intervention and oversight. Carefree, Arizona: Gentle Path Press.

Thoburn, J.W. & Baker, R. (2011). Systems, ecology, and clergy sexual misconduct. InThoburn, J. W. & Baker, R. (Eds). Clergy sexual misconduct: A systems approach to prevention, intervention and oversight. Carefree, Arizona: Gentle Path Press, 3-22.

Baker, R. & Thoburn, J.W. (2011). Clergy sexual misconduct overview: A model forprevention, education, treatment, & oversight. In Thoburn, J. W. & Baker, R. (Eds). Clergy sexual misconduct: A systems approach to prevention, intervention, and oversight. Carefree, Arizona: Gentle Path Press, 23-40.

Thoburn, J. W., Hoffman-Robinson, G., Shelly, L. & Hagen, A. (2009). Clinical practice in familypsychology. In  J. Bray, & M. Stanton  (Eds.) The Wiley-Blackewll handbook of family psychology. UK: Blackwell Publishing, 198-211.

Thoburn, J. W. & Hammond-Meyer, A. (2004). Eating disorders. In F. Kline, & L. B.  Silver(Eds.) The educator's guide to mental health issues in the classroom. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing, 141-170.