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Burns-Lynch, B., Brusilovskiy, E., Salzer, MS. (2016). An empirical study of the relationship between community participation, recovery, and quality of life of individuals with serious mental illnesses. Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 53(1): 46-55.


Burns-Lynch, B., Gill, K.J., Murphy, A.A., Brice, G.H. (2014). Persons in recovery, family members, and staff perspectives of psychiatric crisis needs. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 17(2), 114-127.


Burns-Lynch, B. (2011). The wellness recovery action plan: A system enhancement strategy for a recovery-oriented mental health system. New Jersey Journal of Professional Counseling, 61, 22-31.


Burns-Lynch, B., Salzer, M., & Baron, R. (2010). Managing Risk in Community Integration: Promoting the Dignity of Risk and Supporting Personal Choice. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities.  


Schmidt, L., & Burns-Lynch, B. (2010). A review of training programs for peers as employees: Core concepts and methods. In Swarbrick, M. (ed.), People in recovery as providers. Linthicum, MD: USPRA.


Gill, K.J., Murphy, A.A., Burns-Lynch, W., Swarbrick, M. (2009). Delineation of the peer specialist job role. The Journal of Rehabilitation, 75(3), 23-31.


Burns-Lynch, B., & Peterson, C. (2006). Integrating treatment and rehabilitation interventions. In M. Salzer (Ed.), Psychiatric rehabilitation skills in practice: A CPRP preparation and skills workbook. USPRA.


Whitecraft, J., Scott, J., Rogers, J., Burns-Lynch, B., Means, T., & Salzer, M.S. (2005). The Friends Connection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In S. Clay, B. Schell, P.W. Corrigan, and R.O. Ralph (eds.), On our own together: Peer programs for people with mental illness. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.


Burns-Lynch, B. & Salzer, M. (2001). Adopting innovations: Lessons learned from a peer-based hospital diversion program, Community Mental Health Journal, December, Vol. 37, No. 6, 511-521.


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