Podcasts & Videos
Parent Training through The Comfort Ability Program for Pediatric Chronic Pain Management: Self-Reported Expectations and Outcomes
Burns, M, BS, Hale, A., Riley, B, MD, Donado, C., Bujoreanu, S., Coakley, R. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, in press.
The Comfort Ability Program for Adolescents with Sickle Cell Pain: Evaluating feasibility and acceptability of an inpatient group-based clinical implementation.
Sil, S., Lee, J., Klosky, J., Vaz, A., Mee, L., Cochran, S., Thompson, B., Coakley, R. Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 2021, June; Jun;68(6):e29013 PMID: 33742546
How Mind-Body Skills Can Reduce Pain and Improve Comfort
Bento S, Hale A and Coakley R (2022)
Mobilizing the psychology evidence base for the treatment of pediatric chronic pain: The development, implementation, and impact of the Comfort Ability Program
Coakley, R., & Bujoreanu, S. (2020)
Differences Between Mothers' and Fathers' Perception of Their Adolescents' Pain Before and After Parent Training Through The Comfort Ability Pain Management Program
Donado, C., Turrisi, T., Wihak, T., & Coakley, R. B. (2019)
The Comfort Ability Pain Management Workshop: a preliminary, nonrandomized investigation of a brief, cognitive, biobehavioral, and parent training intervention for pediatric chronic pain
Coakley, R., Wihak, T., Kossowsky, J., Iversen, C., & Donado, C. (2018)
Evidence-based psychological interventions for the management of pediatric chronic pain: new directions in research and clinical practice
Coakley, R., & Wihak, T. (2017)
Development and feasibility testing of the Comfort Ability Program for sickle cell pain: A patient-informed, video-based pain management intervention for adolescents with sickle cell disease.
Wihak, T., Burns, M., Miranda, J., Windmueller, G., Oakley, C., & Coakley, R. (2020)