WAYNE D. DUEHN, MSW, PhD, LCSW

Professor Emeritus of Social Work

 

Publications

Duehn, W. D., Rosen, A., & Connaway, R. S. (1972). The patterning of pre-treatment expectancies and their relation to interview content in treatment of sexual adjustment problems. In H. Gochros & L. Schults (Eds.), Human sexuality and social work. New York: Association Press.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1974). The use of audio-visual instructional techniques for teaching specific facilitative interpersonal behaviors. National Conference on Social Welfare Bulletin, 77(4).

Duehn, W. D., & Proctor, E. K. (1974). No exit: Interactional control of premature discontinuance. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 44(2), 201-202.

Duehn, W. D., & Proctor, E. K. (1974). A study of cognitive complexity in the education of social work practice. Journal of Education for Social Work, 10(2), 20-26.

Duehn, W. D., & Proctor, E. K. (1974). Why patients leave treatment. Psychiatric Spectator, 9(1), 17-23.

Duehn, W. D., Rosen, A., & Connaway, R. S. (1974). Content classification system for sexual counseling: Method and application. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 1(1), 53-62.

Duehn, W. D., & Shannon, C. (1974). Covert sensitization in the public high school: Short term group treatment of male adolescent drug abusers. Journal of School Social Work, 1(2), 27-35.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1975). Behavioral rehearsals in group counseling with parents. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 45(2), 261-262. Reprinted in Olson, D. H.. L., & Dahl, N. S. (Eds.). (1977). Inventory of marriage and family literature, Vol. IV, 1975-1976. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1975). The impact of significant adults' expectations on the life style of visually impaired children: Training and service implications. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 45(2), 209-210.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1975). Must caseworkers muddle through? The application of the micro counseling model and videotape instructional techniques for teaching specific facilitative worker behaviors. Journal of TV for Psychiatry, 7(1), 17-31.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1975). Toward an empirically based practice stance: Another look at the relationship between social work education and professional practice. Iowa Journal of Social Work, 6(2-3), 81-99.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1975). The use of videotape feedback and operant interpersonal learning (OIL) in marital counseling with groups. Group Psychiatry, 28(1-4), 157-163). Reprinted in Olson, D. H. L., & Dahl, N. S. (Eds.). (1977). Inventory of marriage and family literature, Vol. IV, 1975-1976. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1976). Behavioral contracts: An alternative to current retention, promotion and tenure practices. Personnel News for School Systems, pp. 3-4, 10.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1976). Behavioral rehearsals in group counseling with parents. Groups: A Journal of Group Dynamics and Psychotherapy, 7(1), 12-23.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1976). Children in gay families: An investigation of services. Homosexual Counseling Journal, 3(2), 70-83.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1976). The use of stimulus/modeling videotapes in assertive training for homosexuals. Journal of Homosexuality, 1(4), 373-381.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1976). The effect of practice orientations on clinical assessment. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 48(4), 629-636.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1976). The impact of significant adults' expectation on the life style of visually impaired children: Training and service implications. The New Outlook for the Blind, 70(7), 286-290.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1976). A study of client content expectancies as related to interactional processes during short-term group sexual counseling. Small Group Behavior: International Journal of Therapy, Counseling and Training, 7(4), 457-472.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1977). The effects of training formats and interpersonal discrimination in the education for clinical social work practice. Journal of Social Service Research, 1(2), 147-161.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1977). Entrance and exit requirements of professional education. Journal of Education for Social Work, 13(2), 22-29.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1977). Integrating communication skills with knowledge: A conjoint adolescent/parent group format in sex education. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 3(2), 15-19 .

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1977). Measuring effects in behavioral sexual counseling with newly married couples. Journal of Sex Education and Therapy, 3(1), 33-37.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1977). Performance contracting in the administration of social work education. Administration in Social Work, 1(4), 443-454.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1977). A stimulus/modeling videotape for marital counseling: Method and application. Journal of Marriage and Family Counseling, 3(1), 35-42.

Duehn, W. D., & Proctor, E. K. (1977). Initial clinical interaction and premature discontinuance in treatment. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 47(2), 284-290.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1977). The use of stimulus/modeling videotapes in assertive training for homosexuals. In J. Fischer & H. G. Gochros (Eds.), Handbook of behavior therapy with sexual problems (Vol. II) (pp. 431-438). New York: Pergamon. Reprinted in Redd, W. W. (Ed.). (1978). Behavior modification: Behavioral approaches to human problems. New York: Random House.

Duehn, W. D. (1978). Covert sensitization in group treatment of adolescent drug abusers. The International Journal of the Addictions, 13(3), 485-491.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1979). Starting where the client is: An empirical investigation. Social Casework, 60(2), 67-74.

Duehn, W. D. (1981). The process of social work practice and research. In R. M. Grinnell (Ed.), Social work research and evaluations, (pp. 11-34). Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock.

Duehn, W. D. (1981). Sexually abused children in East Texas: A demographic study of case reporting and referrals. Austin, TX: Texas Department of Human Resources.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1981). Sexual dysfunction and cognitions. In S. P. Schinke (Ed.), Behavioral methods in social welfare (pp. 173-190). New York: Aldine.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1981). Stimulus-modeling videotape formats in clinical practice and research. In J. L. Fryrear & B. Fleshman (Eds.), Video therapy (pp. 146-162). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Duehn, W. D. (1982). Protective services to sexually abused children in East Texas: Referrals, community networking and service delivery. Austin, TX: Texas Department of Human Resources.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1982). Leadership skills in treatment groups. In E. K. Marshall & P. D. Kurtz (Eds.), Interpersonal helping skills, (pp. 314-336). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Duehn, W. D. (1985). Practice and research. In R. M. Grinnell (Ed.), Social work research and evaluation (2nd ed.) (pp. 19-48). Itasca, IL: F. E. Peacock.

Duehn, W. D., & Mayadas, N. S. (1986). Video stimulus-modeling methodology: A format for leadership training in social work with groups. In P. H. Glasser & N. S. Mayadas (Eds.), Group workers at work: Theory and practice in the '80s, (pp. 250-264). Totowa, NJ: Roman & Littlefield.

Duehn, W. D., Piantanida, M., & Anderson, S. (1990). Beyond sexual abuse: The healing power of adoptive families. Pittsburgh, PA: Three Rivers Adoption Council (funded grant awarded by Children's Bureau, Administration for Children, Youth and Families, Office of Human Development Services, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC).

Duehn, W. D. (1992). Child abuse prevention for school personnel. Washington, DC: Department of Defense Dependent Schools, U. S. Department of Defense.

Duehn, W. D. (1994). Cognitive-behavioral approaches in the treatment of the child sex offender. In D. K. Granvold (Ed.), Cognitive and behavioral treatment: Methods and applications, p. 125-134. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Duehn, W. D. (1997). Preparing and presenting expert testimony in administrative and judicial proceedings. Austin, TX: Children’s Justice Act Grant to Texas, Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services.

Duehn, W. D. (1998). Confronting the sex offender-the final investigative step. The National Child Advocate, 1(4), 4-5.

Duehn, W. D., Ralston, M.E., Seider, M. & Leeson, K. (2002). Child sexual abuse: Identification through initial intervention. Baton Rouge: Office of Community Services, Department of Social Services, State of Louisiana.

Duehn, W. D. (2007). Si on faisait autrement: Méthodes interactives ďévaluation des familles candidates á ľadoption. In M. St-André, M. Carignan & D. Marchand (Eds.), Ľadoption: État des lieux, PRISME, 46, 72-85.

Duehn, W. D., Anderson, S., & Adkins, K. (2007). Creating sexual safety and promoting healing in foster care and adoption. Fostering Families Today, 7(5), 40-42.

Duehn, W. D. (2008). Missing in adoption: Unaddressed issues of loss in adoption. Adoption Today, 11, (1), 43.

Duehn, W. D. (2008). Interview with Dr. Wayne Duehn (by T. Wolfe). Research & Advocacy Digest. Seattle: Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs. 4-7.

Duehn, W. D. (2009). What is child sexual abuse? Attachment & Trauma Network, 1 (1), 1-13.

Duehn, W. D. (2014). Let’s get it right”: Interactional methods in assessing adoptive families and in post adoptive services. Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies Journal, 58 (2), 34-41.

Duehn, W. D. (2016). Creating sexual safety in foster care.  Building Connections, A Journal for Resource Families, 10 (2), 5-8.

Duehn, W. D. (2016). Safety: The prerequisite of trauma-informed care.  Fostering Families Today, 16 (5), 18-20.

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Wayne D. Duehn
Professor Emeritus of Social Work
2200 Wilson Drive
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: 817-277-1540 Fax: 817-277-3067

E-mail: duehn1@airmail.net