Barry Martin Lonek

Barry M. Loneck

Development of statistical methods for analysis of psychotherapeutic process data. Treatment and prevention of substance use disorders.

The World Within Reach
Barry Martin Loneck
Associate Professor
 

School of Social Welfare

Address:

Richardson 222

Phone:
518-442-5340

 

Education

Ph D, Case Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, 1985.
Dissertation Title: The Effect of Situational Factors on the Outcome of the Alcoholism Intervention
 
MSSA, Case Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, 1978.

BS, University at Albany - State University of New York, 2010.
Major: Mathematics
 
BA, Case Western Reserve University, Western Reserve College, 1976.
Major: Psychology
Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Statistics
 

Research Interests

Barry Loneck's work currently focuses on the development of statistical methods for analysis of psychotherapeutic process data. Additionally, he has done substantial work in the area of treatment and prevention of substance use disorders, especially engaging and retaining individuals with substance use disorders in treatment as well as substance abuse prevention counseling for adolescents.

Publications

Book Chapters

Loneck, B. M. (1997). In Advances in bioethics: Values, ethics, and alcoholism. W.N. Shelton & R.B. Edwards (Ed.), How particular social environments affect alcoholics (pp. 171-205). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, Inc..

Loneck, B. M. (1994). In Qualitative Research in Social Work. E. Sherman and W. Reid (Ed.), Practitioner-researcher perspective on the integration of qualitative and quantitative research methods (pp. 445-451). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

Refereed Journal Articles

Dennis, C. B., Roland, B. D., Loneck, B. M. (2012). The impact of Twelve-Step Program familiarity and its in-session discussion on counselor credibility. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. informahealthcare.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/00952990.2012.694522

Corrigan, M. J., Videka, L., Loneck, B. M., Newman, L., Rajendran, K. (in press). Characteristics of student assistance and prevention counseling programs in response to environmental impacts. To appear in Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse.

Corrigan, M. J., Newman, L. J., Videka, L., Loneck, B. M., Rajendran, K. (2011). Characteristics of students and services in New York State student assistance and prevention counseling programs. To appear in Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 20(22), 155-165.

Loneck, B. M., Corrigan, M. J., Videka, L., Newman, L. J., Reed, J. C., Moonan, K. E. (2010). Prevention counseling and student assistance programs: A review of the literature. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 19, 279-299.

Corrigan, M. J., Loneck, B. M., Videka, L., Newman, L. J., Rajendran, K. (2009). Characteristics of prevention services and prevention counseling in New York State. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 18(2), 117-130.

Corrigan, M. J., Newman, L. J., Videka, L., Loneck, B. M. (2009). Field study of New York State student assistance and prevention counseling programs. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 9(4), 366-380.

Corrigan, M. J., Loneck, B. M., Videka, L., Brown, M. C. (2007). Moving the risk and protective factor framework toward individualized assessment in adolescent substance abuse prevention. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 16(3), 17-34.

Corrigan, M. J., Loneck, B. M., Videka, L. (2007). The development and preliminary validation of the ADSI: A substance abuse prevention tool. Research on Social Work Practice, 17(3), 348-357.

Loneck, B. M., Banks, S., Way, B., Bonaparte, E. (2002). An empirical model of therapeutic process for psychiatric emergency room clients with dual disorders. Social Work Research, 26(3), 132-144.

Loneck, B. M., Way, B. (1997). A conceptual model of therapeutic process for clients with a dual diagnosis. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 15(3), 33-46.

Loneck, B. M., Garrett, J. A., Banks, S. M. (1997). Engaging and retaining women in outpatient alcohol and other drug treatment: The effect of referral intensity. Health and Social Work, 22(1), 38-46.

Loneck, B. M., Way, B. (1997). Using a focus group of clinicians to develop a research project on therapeutic process for clients with dual diagnoses. Social Work, 42(1), 107-111.

Loneck, B. M., Garrett, J. A., Banks, S. M. (1996). A comparison of the Johnson Intervention to four other methods of referral to outpatient treatment. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 22(2), 233-246.

Loneck, B. M., Garrett, J. A., Banks, S. M. (1996). The Johnson Intervention and relapse during outpatient treatment. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 22(3), 363-375.

Loneck, B. M. (1995). Getting persons with alcohol or other drug problems into treatment: Teaching the Johnson Intervention in the practice curriculum. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 11(1/2), 31-48.

Loneck, B. M., Banks, S. M., Coulton, C. J., Kola, L. A., Holland, T. P., Gerson, S. N. (1995). Stress and outcome in the alcoholism intervention: A preliminary investigation. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 13(2), 33-42.

Loneck, B. M., Kola, L. A. (1988). Using the conflict-theory model of decision making to predict outcome in the alcoholism intervention. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 5(4), 119-136.

Conference Proceedings

Loneck, B. M., Way, B., Banks, S. M. (1996). Therapeutic process and referral outcome for clients with dual disorders in a psychiatric emergency room (pp. 151-166). Evaluation Center@HSRI, Cambridge, MA: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference on State Mental Health Agency Services Research and Program Evaluation: Mental Health Services Research and Evaluation: Creative Ideas for Austere Times.

Reports

Videka, L., Loneck, B. M., Newman, L., Corrigan, M. (2005). A study of substance abuse prevention counseling services in New York State Schools. Albany, NY: University at Albany, State University of New York, School of Social Welfare.

Loneck, B. M., Waltz, E. (2001). Evaluation report on the Rensselaer County Drug Court Program. Albany, NY: University at Albany, State University of New York.

Kola, L. A., Lerch, A. H., Loneck, B. M. (1980). Research and development of an alcohol abuse prevention program at Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, OH: Human Service Design Laboratory.

Periodicals

Loneck, B. M. (2002). Engaging substance abusers in necessary change (4th ed., vol. 26, pp. 1, 8). NASW New York State Chapter Update.

Loneck, B. M. (1992). Clients with mental illness and chemical abuse in a psychiatric emergency room: Studying the impact of therapeutic process on referral outcome (6th ed., vol. 2, pp. 3-4, 8). Outlook.

Other

Loneck, B. M., Stellato-Kabat, J. (1998). Introduction to the curriculum. The New York State Addiction Technology Transfer Center: Albany, NY: Getting Persons with Alcohol and Other Drug Problems into Treatment: Teaching the Window of Opportunities Meta-protocol in the General Social Work Practice Curriculum.

Loneck, B. M., Stellato-Kabat, J. (1998). Substance use disorders: Module for Human Behavior in the Social Environment. The New York State Addiction Technology Transfer Center: Albany, NY: Getting Persons with Alcohol and Other Drug Problems into Treatment: Teaching the Window of Opportunities Meta-protocol in the General Social Work Practice Curriculum.

Stellato-Kabat, J., Loneck, B. M. (1998). The Window of Opportunities Meta-Protocol for referral to alcohol and other drug treatment: Module for Micro Practice II. The New York State Addiction Technology Transfer Center: Albany, NY: Getting Persons with Alcohol and Other Drug Problems into Treatment: Teaching the Window of Opportunities Meta-protocol in the General Social Work Practice Curriculum.

Stellato-Kabat, J., Loneck, B. M. (1998). Train the trainers on the Window of Opportunities Meta-protocol for referral to alcohol and other drug treatment: Module for Seminar in Field Instruction. The New York State Addiction Technology Transfer Center: Albany, NY: Getting Persons with Alcohol and Other Drug Problems into Treatment: Teaching the Window of Opportunities Meta-protocol in the General Social Work Practice Curriculum.