Alyssa Banford Witting
Alyssa Banford Witting
Associate Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy, Brigham Young University
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A four-drawing art therapy trauma and resiliency protocol study
N Hass-Cohen, R Bokoch, JC Findlay, AB Witting
The Arts in Psychotherapy 61, 44-56, 2018
Ecofeminism and natural disasters: Sri Lankan women post-tsunami.
A Banford, C Kiely-Froude
Journal of International Women's Studies 16 (2), 170-187, 2015
Experiences of MFTs working with intimate partner violence
G Karakurt, S Dial, H Korkow, T Mansfield, A Banford
Journal of Family Psychotherapy 24, 1-16, 2013
Posttraumatic stress symptoms and perceived safety as predictors of dyadic adjustment: A test of mediation and moderation
M Brown, A Banford, T Mansfield, D Smith, J Whiting
American Journal of Family Therapy 40, 349-362, 2012
The long arm of trauma during childhood: Associations with resources in couple relationships
A Banford Witting, D Busby
Journal of marital and family therapy 45 (3), 534-549, 2019
Evaluating the utility of MFT models in the treatment of trauma: Implications for affect regulation
A Banford Witting, J Jensen, M Brown
Contemporary Family Therapy, 2016
A dyadic model of stress, coping, and marital satisfaction among parents of children with autism
M Brown, J Whiting, E Kahumoku‐Fessler, AB Witting, J Jensen
Family Relations 69 (1), 138-150, 2020
Online blaming and intimate partner violence: A content analysis of social media comments
JB Whiting, RD Olufuwote, JD Cravens-Pickens, A Banford Witting
The Qualitative Report, 2019
War and disaster in Sri Lanka: Depression, family adjustment and health among women heading households
A Banford Witting, J Lambert, T Wickrama, S Thanigaseelan, M Merten
International journal of social psychiatry 62 (5), 425-433, 2016
The relationship between family-of-origin experiences and current family violence: Mediation by attachment and mental health
A Banford, M Brown, SA Ketring, T Mansfield
American Journal of Family Therapy, 2014
First-generation Iranian refugees’ acculturation in the United States: A focus on resilience
T Hormozi, MM Miller, A Banford
Contemporary Family Therapy 40 (3), 276-283, 2018
Toward understanding posttraumatic stress and depression among trauma-affected widows in Sri Lanka.
JE Lambert, AB Witting, S James, L Ponnamperuma, T Wickrama
Psychological trauma: theory, research, practice, and policy 11 (5), 551, 2019
PTSD symptoms among Tsunami exposed mothers in Sri Lanka: The role of disaster exposure, culturally-specific coping strategies and recovery efforts.
T Wickrama, KAS Wickrama, A Banford Witting, J Lambert
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 30 (4), 415-427, 2017
Physical health problem intrusion linking religious attributions to marital satisfaction in survivors of the 2004 tsunami
A Banford, T Wickrama, S Ketring
Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters 4 (1), 2014
Strategies for managing difficult clinical situations in between sessions
G Karakurt, A Anderson, A Banford, S Dial, H Korkow, F Rable, ...
American Journal of Family Therapy 42 (5), 413-425, 2014
The relationship between physical health problems and couple violence and conflict in survivors of the 2004 Tsunami: Mediation by marital satisfaction.
A Banford, T Wickrama, M Brown, S Ketring
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 29, 149-170, 2011
Adult attachment security and different types of relational violence victimization among college‐age couples
G Karakurt, K Whiting, A Banford Witting
Journal of marital and family therapy 45 (3), 521-533, 2019
War and disaster in Sri Lanka: Implications for widows' family adjustment and perception of self‐efficacy in caring for one's family
AB Witting, J Lambert, T Wickrama
International journal of psychology 54 (1), 126-134, 2019
The role of natural disaster in individual and relational adjustment in Sri Lankan mothers following the 2004 tsunami
A Banford, D Ivey, T Wickrama, J Fischer, A Prouty, D Smith
Disasters 40 (1), 134-157, 2016
Pressure to attend therapy, Dyadic adjustment, and adverse childhood experiences: Direct and indirect effects on the therapeutic alliance in couples therapy
SR Anderson, A Banford Witting, RR Tambling, SA Ketring, LN Johnson
Journal of marital and family therapy 46 (2), 366-380, 2020
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