Publications

For Complete List See:  Andrew J. Finch CV

BOOKS & OTHER EDITED WORKS
  • Finch, A.J. and Moberg, D.P. (Eds.) (Scheduled 2014). Substance abuse recovery and schooling:  The role of recovery high schools and collegiate recovery communities.  A special edition of the Peabody Journal of Education.
  • Finch, A.J. and Frieden, G.L. (Under Contract). Human development: Theories & applications for mental health professionals. Belmont, CA: Thomson Brooks-Cole/Cengage Learning.
  • Winters, K., Finch, A.J., Moberg, D.P. (In Press). Proceedings document from 2009 Recovery High School Symposium for Prairielands ATTC. Iowa City, IA:  Prairielands Addiction Technology Transfer Center. 
  • Roth, J.D. and Finch, A.J. (Eds.) (2010).  Approaches to substance abuse and addiction in education communities: A guide to practices that support recovery in adolescents and young adults. London: Routledge.
  • Finch, A.J. (2005).  Starting a recovery high school: A how-to manual. Center City, MN:  Hazelden Publishing.
  • Finch, A.J. (2003).  A sense of place at Recovery High School: Boundary permeability and student recovery support.  Ph.D. Dissertation, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
  • Finch, A.J., Moberg, D.P., and Krupp, A.L. (In Press). “Continuing care in high schools: A descriptive study of recovery high school programs.”  Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse.
  • DePue, K., Finch, A.J., and Nation, M. (In Press).  The bottoming out experience and the turning point: A phenomenology of the cognitive shift from drinker to non-drinker. Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling.
  • Finch, A.J. (2007).  “Rationale for including recovery as part of the educational agenda.” Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery, 2(2/3/4), 1-15.
  • Finch, A.J. (2007).  “Authentic voices: Stories from recovery school students.” Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery, 2(2/3/4), 16-37.
  • Moberg, D.P. and Finch, A.J. (2007).  “Recovery high schools as continuing care for substance use disorders.”  Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery, 2(2/3/4), 128-161.
 
OTHER JOURNAL ARTICLES & SCHOLARLY WORK
  • Finch, A.J. (2011). “Guiding Principles for Accreditation of Recovery High Schools.” Lead author, prepared for Association of Recovery Schools, March 2011.
  • White, W.L. and Finch, A.J. (2006).  “The recovery school movement: Its history and future.” Counselor, 7(2), 54-57.
  • Finch, A.J. (2004). On campus, in recovery, but without support.  Behavioral Health Management, 24(5), 37-41.

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