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Faculty Research & Scholarship

Substance Abuse

Dr. Margaret Glenn

Dr. Margaret Glenn has worked with colleagues around the country and with the Research and Training Center on Substance Abuse, Disability and Employment. Her specialization relates to issues in vocational rehabilitation and co-existing disabilities. Each summer she teaches Addictions Counseling online, incorporating the latest in research on treatment and recovery. Her new line of research is on the use of complementary and alternative health care practices in substance abuse treatment. She was invited to be a Distinguished Lecturer at South Dakota State University in 2012 on the subject. 

Articles

  • Glenn, M. (ed.). (in press). Substance use disorders and vocational rehabilitation: VR counselors’ desk reference. Dayton, OH: Research and Training Center on Substance Abuse, Disability and Employment. 
  • Glenn, M. & Moore, L. (2009). Building collaboration in substance abuse treatment and vocational rehabilitation, Journal of Teaching in the Addictions. 
  • Glenn, M. & Keferl, J. (2008). An exploratory investigation of rehabilitation counselors’ perceived readiness to undertake substance use disorder screening in vocational rehabilitation. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 39(2), 37-42. 
  • Moore, D., McAweeney, M., Glenn, M., Ford, J. & Keferl, J. (2008). Policy issues in VR related to consumers with substance use disorders. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 39(2), 12-18. 
  • Hawley, C.E., Glenn, M., & Diaz, S. (2007). Problem gambling in the workplace, characteristics of employees seeking help. Journal of Work, 2 (4), 331-340. 
  • Glenn, M., Diaz, S., & Moore, L. (2006). Self reported substance abuse problems among problem gambling helpline callers, Journal of Teaching in the Addictions, 5(1), 31-44. 
  • Glenn, M. (2006). A rehabilitation educator’s perspective on merging accreditation issues. Rehabilitation Education, 20 (2), 71-77. 
  • Glenn, M. (2005). Exploring substance abuse among minorities with disabilities and its associations with their experiences in vocational rehabilitation. RRTC on Drugs and Disability & Howard University Research and Training Center for Access to Rehabilitation and Empowerment Opportunity. Howard University monograph, Washington, D.C. 
  • Ford, J.A., Glenn, M., Li, L., & Moore, D. (2004). Substance abuse and women with disabilities. In S.L. Welner & F. Haseltine (Eds.), Welners guide to the care of women with disabilities (pp 315-332). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Presentations

  • Glenn, M. & Keferl, J. Developing capacity in substance use disorder screening in vocational rehabilitation. American Rehabilitation Counseling Association National Education Conference, Tampa, FL, November 9, 2007. Presentation.
  • Glenn, M. & Keferl, J. Developing capacity in substance use disorder screening in vocational rehabilitation. State of the Science Conference, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Substance Abuse, Disability and Employment, Washington, DC. October 2007.
  • Glenn, M., & Moore, D. Screening for substance use in vocational rehabilitation agencies: logic model approach. NCRE/CSAVR/RSA Conference, October, 2006.
  • Keferl, J., & Glenn, M. Substance abuse, disability and employment: Implications for educators. National Council on Rehabilitation Education Annual Educators Conference, San Diego, CA, February 24, 2006.
  • Glenn, M., McAweeney, M. & Stagg, K. Substance Use Screening by Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, NCRE/CSAVR/RSA Conference, October 17, 2005.