Research
George Stoupas

Selected Academic Publications

Chasek, C., Nelson, J.A., Cade, R., Page, K., Stare, B., & Stoupas, G. (2020). Advocating for adolescent substance use recovery: An alternative model. International Journal of Psychology: Biopsychosocial Approach, 23(1).

 

Stoupas, G. & Ocean, M. (2020). LGB addiction recovery and community membership. In C. Boyd & J. Whitman (Eds.). The therapist's notebook for sexual and gender identity diverse clients.

 

Ocean, M. & Stoupas, G. (2020). Exploring the concept of honesty with transgender clients in recovery from addiction. In C. Boyd & J. Whitman (Eds.). The therapist's notebook for sexual and gender identity diverse clients.

 

Stoupas, G. (2019). The borderline couple. In L. Sperry, K. Helm., & J. Carlson (Eds.). The disordered couple, 2nd Ed. New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Stoupas, G., Binensztok, V., & Sperry, L. (2018). Spiritually based integrative case conceptualization. In C. S. Gill & R. Freund (Eds.) The intersection of spirituality and religion in counseling. New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Sperry, L. & Stoupas, G. (2018). Spiritual practices and interventions in recovery from addictions: Implementing focused treatment and growth strategies in psychotherapy. In T. Plante (Ed.). Healing with spiritual practices: Proven techniques for disorders. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

 

Sperry, L. & Stoupas, G. (2017). Incorporating mindfulness in secular and spiritually oriented psychotherapy: Ethical concerns. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 4(2), 152-154

 

Stoupas, G. & Sperry, L. (2015). In L. Sperry (Ed.) Mental Health and Mental Disorders: An encyclopedia of conditions, treatments, and well-being. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Multiple Entries.

Non-Refereed Publications

Stoupas, G. (2018, February). Meeting the treatment workforce demand: The vital role of community college addiction studies programs. Sober World, 7(2), p.24.

 

Stoupas, G. (2015, October). A mindful recovery. Sober World, 4(10), p. 24.

 

Stoupas, G. (2012, August). Stages of change. Sober World, 1(6), p. 6.

Academic Journal Service

American Journal of Family Therapy (AJFT)

Editorial Board Member

Manuscript reviews for submissions focusing on marriage and couples therapy, addictions, and counselor education.