Ashli J. Sheidow, PhD

Dr. Sheidow’s research interests have focused broadly on the development, prevention, and treatment of adolescent psychopathology and juvenile delinquency from an ecological perspective, with concentrations in co-occurring disorders, effective dissemination of evidence-based practices, and advanced quantitative methods. Her work has included intervention development and evaluation projects, as well as dissemination and implementation research. She has been NIDA-funded since 2003 for her work developing and evaluating an ecological clinic-based treatment for youth diagnosed with comorbid substance use and mental health disorders. In addition, Dr. Sheidow has been involved with a variety of other treatment development, quantitative, and economic evaluation projects for federally-funded studies of evidence-based practices and has directed research on training therapists in youth substance abuse interventions.

Read more about Dr. Sheidow’s work at the Oregon Social Learning Center, ODI’s research partner organization.

Representative Publications:

McCart, M. R., & Sheidow, A. J. (in press). Evidence-based psychosocial treatments for adolescents with disruptive behavior. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.

Zajac, K., Andrews, A. R., & Sheidow, A. J. (in press). Conduct disorders and substance use problems in rural school settings. In K. Michael & J. P. Jameson (Eds.), Handbook of rural school mental health. New York, NY: Springer.

Davis, M., Sheidow, A. J., & McCart, M. R. (2015). Reducing recidivism and symptoms in emerging adults with serious mental health conditions and justice system involvement. Journal of Behavioral Health and Services Research, 42, 172-190.

Sarver, D. E., McCart, M. R., Sheidow, A. J., & Letourneau, E. J. (2014). ADHD and risky sexual behavior in adolescents: Conduct problems and substance use as mediators of risk. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 55, 1345-1353.

McCart, M. R., Sheidow, A. J., & Letourneau, E. J. (2014). Risk reduction therapy for adolescents (RRTA): Targeting substance use and HIV/STI-risk behaviors. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 21, 161-175.

Chapman, J. E., McCart, M. R., Letourneau, E. J., & Sheidow, A. J. (2013). Comparison of youth, caregiver, therapist, trained, and treatment expert raters of therapist adherence to a substance abuse treatment protocol. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 81, 674-680.