Matthew B. Wintersteen, PhD

Contact Dr. Wintersteen

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 210
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-2824
(215) 503-2853 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Comprehensive Screening for Suicide Risk in Primary Care
  2. Reducing Suicide Risk: Challenges and Opportunities in the Emergency Department
  3. What is meant by "increased risk for suicide"?
  4. Suicidal Ideation and Self-Harm: Screening
  5. Youth suicide prevention in primary care: A model program and its impact on psychiatric emergency referrals
  6. Suicidal ideation and self-harm behavior in a community sample of preadolescent youth: A case-control study
  7. Attitudes, Practices, and Barriers to Adolescent Suicide and Mental Health Screening: A Survey of Pennsylvania Primary Care Providers
  8. The therapeutic alliance in adolescent substance abuse treatment: A one-with-many analysis
  9. Universal or indicated screening in primary care?
  10. Feasibility and effects of a web-based adolescent psychiatric assessment administered by clinical staff in the Pediatric Emergency Department
  11. Development, validation, and utility of internet-based, behavioral health screen for adolescents
  12. Standardized screening for suicidal adolescents in primary care
  13. Attachment-Based Family Therapy for Adolescents with Suicidal Ideation: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  14. Adolescent depression: Views of health care providers in a pediatric emergency department
  15. Patients' and caregivers' beliefs about depression screening and referral in the emergency department
  16. Screening for suicide risk in the pediatric emergency and acute care setting
  17. Adolescent and therapist perception of barriers to outpatient substance abuse treatment
  18. Impact of victimization on substance abuse treatment outcomes for adolescents in outpatient and residential substance abuse treatment
  19. Early therapeutic alliance as a predictor of treatment outcome for adolescent cannabis users in outpatient treatment
  20. Do gender and racial differences between patient and therapist affect therapeutic alliance and treatment retention in adolescents?