Post-doctoral Psychology Fellow, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System Center for Mental Health Outcomes Research (CeMHOR)
Instructor, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Division of Health Services Research
VA Phone (501) 257-1699
VA email: email@example.com
Dr. Viverito is a clinical psychology post-doctoral fellow. She completed her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the University of Indianapolis and her pre-doctoral internship at the VA Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System in 2010. She completed a clinical post-doctoral fellowship in Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Recovery for Veterans with Serious Mental Illness at the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System (CAVHS) in 2011 and is currently completing a two-year health services postdoctoral fellowship at CAVHS with the VA Center for Mental Health Outcomes Research (CeMOHR).
Research Interests: Psychiatric recovery and serious mental illness; the recovery model of care and health and wellness promotion
Viverito, KM, Cardin S, Johnson LA, & Owen RR (In Press). Lessons learned from two peer-led mutual support groups. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 2013 Oct; 63(4): 593-600.
Owen RR, Drummond KL, Viverito KM, Marchant K, Pope SK, Smith JL, Landes RD. “Monitoring and managing metabolic effects of antipsychotics: a cluster randomized trial of an intervention combining evidence-based quality improvement and external facilitation.” Implementation Science. 2013 Oct 8; 8(1):120.
Mittal D, Li C, Williams S, Viverito K, & Owen RR. (2013). Monitoring veterans for metabolic side effects when prescribing antipsychotics. Psychiatric Services, 64(1), 28-35.
Lysaker, P.H., Tsai J., Henninger L.L., Vohs J.L., & Viverito, K. (2010). Decrements in sustained attention across trials in a continuous performance test: Associations with social functioning, and coping in schizophrenia. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 198(2), 154-158.
Dark-Freudeman, A., West, R. L., & Viverito, K. M. (2006). Future selves and aging: Older adults’ memory fears. Educational Gerontology, 32, 85-109.