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William Waynor, PHD

Department : Psychiatric Rehabilitation And Counseling Professions
Program/Division : Psychiatric Rehabilitation And Psychology
Academic Title: Associate Professor


Office Address:

Email: waynorwr@rutgers.edu


Education
Degree Degree Source Year Awarded
MS UMDNJ 2000
PHD Rutgers School of Health Related Professions 2014
Publications
Title Authors Where and When
Making Employment a Priority in Community Mental Health: Benefits of Demonstrating Direct Employment Practice . Waynor W.R., Pratt, C.W., Dolce, J., Bates, F. & Roberts, M.M. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Vol. 8: 103-112. (2005 )
Job Development: A Focused Form of Case Management Waynor, W. R. Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Journal. Vol. 2(2): 44-49. (2008 )
Creating commitment to change: Key to consumer employment success in a supportive housing agency Gao, N., Waynor, W. R., & O’Donnel Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. Vol. 31: 45-50 (2009 )
Barriers to Achieving Employment Outcomes: Assessing Assertive Community Treatment Staff Waynor, W. R. & Pratt, C. W. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Vol. 13: 9-21 (2010 )
Barriers to vocational effectiveness in ACT: Staff perspectives Waynor, W. R. & Pratt, C. W. American Journal of Psychiatric Nursing Association. Vol. 17(2): 72-79 (2011 )
The Cognitive Apprenticeship Model: Implications for its use in Psychiatric Rehabilitation provide training Bates, F, M., Waynor W.R., & Dolce, J. Journal of Rehabilitation. Vol. 78(1): 5-10 (2012 )
The relationship between hope and symptoms Waynor W.R., Gao, N., Dolce, J., Haytas, L., Reilly, A. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. Vol. 35(4): 345-348 (2012 )
Awards
Award Year
NJPRA Best Practice Award 2001
Research
Research Interests
The role of self-efficacy in employment outcomes for persons with serious mental illness; The recovery process from serious mental illness; Improving vocational outcomes in community mental health programs
Research Grants
Title Sponsor Effective Dates Role
The Role of Self-efficacy in Employment Tenure for Persons with Serious Mental Illness in Supported Employment UMDNJ, Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Behavioral Health Care 2006 - Ongoing PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATOR
BioSketch
Title Details
Assistant Professor  9/12/09 William R. Waynor, MS, CRC, CPRP is an Assistant Professor and Employment Consultant in the Integrated Employment where he provides training and technical assistance to providers, consumers, families and others to achieve employment outcomes. Mr. Waynor has broad and extensive experience assisting consumers achieve their recovery goals. In addition, he is a recipient of the NJ Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (NJPRA) Best Practice Award. Mr. Waynor's research interests include improving employment outcomes in case management and assertive community treatment settings, and understanding the influence self-efficacy plays in employment outcomes.


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