Research & Scholarship
Gender issues in romantic relationships
Health behavior change
Cates, J., Christensen, T., Beres, S., Stratton, J., Lonneman-Doroff, T., & Reynolds, J. (2013). Engaging children in family therapy: Using play RESPECTFULly. Family Therapy: The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Newsletter, May/June.
Stratton, J.S. & Cuccia, J. (2014). Therapeutic Interventions for Idiopathic Pain. Colorado Counseling Association. Denver, CO.
Brown Levey, S., Green, L., Stratton, J.S., Cifuentes, M., Seymour, D. (2013). Improving Integration: Making Better Use of Behavioral Health Provider Skills. Collaborative Family Healthcare Association's 15th Annual Conference.
Cates, J., Christensen, T., Beres, S., Stratton, J.S., & Reynolds, J. (2013). Engaging children in family therapy: Using play RESPECTFULly. AAMFT National Conference. Portland, OR.
Stratton, J. S. & Seymour, D. (2012). Engaging residents in the PCMH curriculum: One unified goal. The Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine. Chicago, IL.
Stratton, J. S. & Huntington, J. (2012). Training Counseling in Mind Body Health. ASERVIC Conference on Spirituality and Counseling. Sante Fe, NM.
Seymour, D., Stratton, J. S., Taylor, G., Mami, C. (2011). Teaching and Measuring Health Behavior Change Curriculum. The Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine. Chicago, IL.
Stratton, J. S. & Medina, S. (2010). The Recipe for Successful Couple’s Counseling: Does Compromise or Individuation Help Cook up the Best Relationship? Colorado Counseling Association. Denver, CO.
Seymour, D., & Stratton, J. S. (2010). Countertransference in the Doctor Patient Relationship. Society for Teachers of Family Medicine. Vancouver, B.C.
Seymour, D., Stratton, J. S., & Clampitt, D. (2009). Lights, Camera, Action (or Contemplation): Facilitating Health Behavior Change Conversations in Family Medicine Residents. Society for Teachers of Family Medicine. Denver, CO.
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