Audiovisual Material, Publications, Review, Book Chapters, Books and Monographs
1. Minkoff K. Integrated Model of Treatment for Dual Diagnosis (videotape). Mental Illness Education Project, Boston, MA. 2000. phone 800-343-5540
1. Minkoff K., Bergman E., Beck A., and Beck R. "Hopelessness,
2. Holding T. and Minkoff K. "Parasuicide and the Menstrual Cycle."
3. Morrison J. and Minkoff K. "Explosive Personality as a Sequel to the Hyperactive Child Syndrome." Comprehensive Psychiatry, 16 (343), 1975.
4. Goldhaber S., Conn S., and Minkoff K. "An Obsessive-Compulsive
5. Stern R. and Minkoff K. "Paradoxes in Programming for Chronic
Patients in a
6. Minkoff K. and Stern R. "Paradoxes Faced by Residents Being
Trained in the
7. Minkoff K. "Resistance of Mental Health Professionals to Working
8. Minkoff K. "Beyond Deinstitutionalization: A New Ideology
9. Trotter C., Minkoff K., Harrison K., and Hoops J. "Supported
10. Minkoff K. "Development of an Integrated Model for the Treatment of Patients with Dual Diagnosis of Psychosis and Addiction." Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 40 (10), 1031-1036, October 1989. (abstract)
11. Batten H., Bachman S., Higgins R., Manzik N., Parham C., and Minkoff
12. Faulkner L., Cutier D., Krohn D., Factor R., Goldfinger S., Goldman
13. Drake R., McLaughlin P., Pepper B., and Minkoff K. "Dual
Diagnosis of Major Mental Illness and Substance Disorder: An Overview."
New Directions for Mental
14. Minkoff K. "Program Components of a Comprehensive Integrated Care System for Serious Mentally Ill Patients with Substance Disorders." New Directions for Mental Health Services, Jossey-Bass, 50, 13-27, 1991.
15. Bachman S., Batten H., Minkoff K., Higgins R., Manzik N., and
16. Minkoff K. "Development of a Training Guide for Psychiatric
Residents in the
17. Lamb H.R., Goldfinger S., Greenfeld D., Minkoff K., Nemiah J.,
18. Minkoff K. "Intervention Strategies for People with Dual Diagnosis." Innovations & Research, 2 (4), 11-17, 1993.
19. Minkoff K. "Community Mental Health in the Nineties: Public Sector Managed Care." Community Mental Health Journal, 30 (4), 317-321, August 1994.
20. Minkoff K. "Models for Addiction Treatment in Psychiatric
21. Minkff K. "Double Jeopardy: Chronic Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders." Psychiatric Services, 48:841-842, 1997.
22. Minkoff K. "An Integrated Model for the Management of Co-Occurring Psychiatric and Substance Disorders in Managed Care Systems" Disease Management & Health Outcomes, 8:250-257, 2000 (abstract)
23. Drake RE, Essock SM, Shaner A, Carey KB, Minkoff K, et al. "Implementing
Dual Diagnosis Services for Clients with Severe Mental Illness"
Psychiatric Services, 52:469-76, 2001. (pdf)
1. Minkoff K. "A Map of the Chronic Mental Patient" in Task
Force Report of the
1. Minkoff K. "Treating the Dually Diagnosed in Psychiatric Settings"
in N.S. Miller
2. Minkoff K. "Dual Diagnosis in Seriously and Persistently Mentally
Ill Individuals: An
3. Minkoff K. and Soreff S. "Dual Diagnosis - Serious Mental
Illness and Substance
4. Minkoff K. "Integration of Addiction and Psychiatric Treatment"
in N.S. Miller (ed.)
5. Minkoff K. "Resistance of Mental Health Professionals to Working
6. Minkoff K. "Public Sector Managed Care and Community Mental
7. McFarland B. and Minkoff K. "Utilization Management, Part
I" in K. Minkoff and
8. Minkoff K. "Integration of Addiction and Psychiatric Services"
in K. Minkoff and
9. Beigel A., Minkoff K., and Shore M. "Research: System, Program,
10. Tasman A. and Minkoff K. "Training Issues in Public Sector
11. Pollack D and Minkoff K. "The Medical Director's Role in Organized Care Delivery Systems" in Talbott JA & Hales RE (eds.), Textbook of Administrative Psychiatry, Second Edition Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 83-92, 2001.
1. Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, Committee on Psychiatry
2. Minkoff K. and Drake R.E. (eds.) Dual Diagnosis of Serious Mental
3. Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, Committee on Psychiatry
4. Minkoff K. and Pollack D. (eds.) Public Sector Managed Mental Health
5. Panel on Co-Occurring Psychiatric and Substance Disorders, Center