Title: Cognitive training for supported employment: 2-3 Year outcomes of a randomized controlled trial

Authors: McGurk, S.R., Mueser, K.T., Feldman, K., Wolfe, R., & Pascaris, A.

Year: 2007


Summary: A cognitive training program called Thinking Skills for Work provided along with supported employment services has demonstrated improved work outcomes (i.e., jobs worked, weeks worked, total wages, hours worked) as compared to supported employment services alone for individuals with severe mental illness. Read more.

Key Words: cognitive training, Thinking Skills for Work, severe mental illness, employment

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