Beth R. Troutman, PhD

Portrait
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

Contact Information

Office: 1-182A Medical Education Building
Iowa City, IA 52242
319-384-3236

Education

BA, Psychology, Creighton University, Omaha, NE
MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Licensure and Certifications

Diplomate in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology - American Board of Professional Psychology
Health Service Provider - Iowa Bureau of Professional Licensing
Psychologist - Iowa Bureau of Professional Licensing

Publications

(2016). Does Security of Attachment Moderate Response to Parent-Child Intervention for Disruptive Behavior. In Parent-Child Interactions and Relationships: Perceptions, Practices and Developmental Outcomes. Nova Science Publishers.

Moran, T. E., Polanin, J. R., Evenson, A. L., Troutman, B. R. & Franklin, C. L. (2016). Initial Validation of the Assessment of Parenting Tool: A Task- and Domain-Level Measure of Parenting Self-Efficacy for Parents of Infants from Birth to 24 Months of Age. Infant Mental Health Journal, 37(3), 222-234.

(2016). Integrated Behaviorism and Attachment Theory Approach to Reducing Disruptive Behavior in Young Adoptees. In Parent-Child Interactions and Relationships: Perceptions, Practices and Developmental Outcomes. Nova Science Publishers.

Troutman, B. (2015). Integrating Behaviorism and Attachment Theory in Parent Coaching. Springer International Publishing.

Moran, T., Franklin, C., Troutman, B. & Evanson, A. (2012). Creation of a developmentally sensitive measure of parenting self-efficacy. Zero to Three, 33(2), 80-83.

Troutman, B. R., Momany, A. M. (2012). Use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) during pregnancy and disorganized infant-mother attachment. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 30(3), 261-277. PMID: 23509416.

Troutman, B., Moran, T. E., Arndt, S., Johnson, R. F. & Chmielewski, M. (2012). Development of parenting self-efficacy in mothers of infants with high negative emotionality. Infant Mental Health Journal, 33(1), 45-54.

Pelzel, K., Troutman, B. (2011). Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: Treatment that works for young children with disruptive behaviors. Centerlines Newsletter: University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine Center for Disabilities and Development.

Pelzel, K., Troutman, B. (2011). Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: Treatment that works for young children with disruptive behaviors. Autism Society of Iowa Newsletter.

Troutman, B. (2011). Effects of foster care on young children's mental health: Risks and opportunities. Pennsylvania Dependency Benchbook Resource Companion.

Troutman, B., Moran, T., Pelzel, K., Luze, G. & Lindgren, S. (2011). Developing a blueprint for training Iowa providers in early childhood mental health. Iowa Early Childhood Mental Health Professional Development Work Group.

Caspers, K. M., Paradiso, S., Yucuis, R., Troutman, B., Arndt, S. & Philibert, R. (2009). Association between the serotonin transporter promoter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) and adult unresolved attachment. Developmental Psychology, 45(1), 64-76. PMID: 19209991.

Caspers, K., Yucuis, R., Troutman, B., Arndt, S. & Langbehn, D. (2007). A sibling adoption study of adult attachment: the influence of shared environment on attachment states of mind. Attachment & Human Development, 9(4), 375-91. PMID: 18049934.

Troutman, B., Moran, T., Franklin, C. & Nylen, K. (2006). Maternal depression and its effects on children. EPSDT Care for Kids Newsletter, 13(1), 2-3.

Caspers, K. M., Yucuis, R., Troutman, B. & Spinks, R. (2006). Attachment as an organizer of behavior: implications for substance abuse problems and willingness to seek treatment. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 1, 32. PMID: 17081298.

Troutman, B. (2005). Social-Emotional issues with internationally adopted children. EPSDT Care for Kids Newsletter, 12(2), 1-3.

Troutman, B., Franklin, C., Moran, T., Hollingsworth, B. & Flaum, M. (2005). Developing a comprehensive screening and assessment process for Iowa's children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances. Iowa Consortium for Mental Health.

Caspers, K. M., Cadoret, R. J., Langbehn, D., Yucuis, R. & Troutman, B. (2005). Contributions of attachment style and perceived social support to lifetime use of illicit substances. Addictive Behaviors, 30(5), 1007-11. PMID: 15893096.

Flaum, M., Troutman, B., Hradek, E., Hollingsworth, B., Ringdahl, J., Angelman, M., Christensen, T., Bacon, R., Kaskie, B. & Wolfe, S. (2004). Review of functional assessment instruments for individuals with disabilities. Iowa Consortium for Mental Health.

Troutman, B. (2004). Research on wraparound models of service delivery for children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbance. Iowa Consortium for Mental Health.

Troutman, B. (2002). Children and adolescents with disabilities living in institutions in Iowa. Iowa Consortium for Mental Health.

Flaum, M., Troutman, B., Hall, G., Hollingsworth, B., Hradek, B., Miller, S., Nichols, P., Rosmann, M., Smith, M., Smith, P. & Williams, N. (2001). Mental health: Moving toward best practices in Iowa's mental health system: Assessing awareness, identifying needs, and promoting solutions. Iowa Mental Health Forum.

Troutman, B., Ryan, S. & Cardi, M. (2000). The effects of foster care placement on young children's mental health. Protecting Children, 16(1), 30-34.

Troutman, B., Cardi, M. & Ryan, S. (1999). Infants placed in out-of-home care: Implications for attachment. The Source, 9(3), 12-15.

Troutman, B., Cardi, M. (1999). Barriers to the development of healthy attachments among young foster children. Zero to Three, 19(2), 33-34.

Troutman, B., Myers, K., Borchardt, C., Kowalski, R. & Bubrick, J. (1998). Case study: when restraints are the least restrictive alternative for managing aggression. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 37(5), 554-8. PMID: 9585658.

Troutman, B., Wiecek, K. (1996). Mental health services utilized by the children of depressed mothers. Iowa Consortium for Mental Health Project Report,(106).

Rohland, B., Hollingsworth, B., Langbehn, D., Rohrer, J., Hradek, B., Flaum, M., Gaffney, G. & Troutman, B. (1995). Characteristics of the Medicaid population of Iowa that receive mental health services: A managed mental health care pre-implementation survey. Iowa Consortium for Mental Health Services, Training, and Research.

Gaffney, G., Langbehn, D., Troutman, B., Rohland, B. & Hollingsworth, B. (1995). Child addendum to Characteristics of the Medicaid population of Iowa that receive mental health services: a managed mental health care pre-implementation survey. Iowa Consortium for Mental Health Services, Training, and Research.

Troutman, B., Bubrick, J. (1994). Behavior change strategies for family planning: Comment. Social Science & Medicine, 39(3), 454-455.

Myers, K., Troutman, B. (1993). Developmental aspects of child and adolescent depression. Current Opinion in Pediatrics, 5(4), 419-24. PMID: 8374667.

Troutman, B. (1992). Infant Psychiatry. Current Opinions in Psychiatry, 5, 477-480.

Troutman, B. R., Cutrona, C. E. (1990). Nonpsychotic postpartum depression among adolescent mothers. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 99(1), 69-78. PMID: 2307769.

Cutrona, C. E., Troutman, B. R. (1986). Psychosocial outcomes of adolescent pregnancy: Maternal and child effects. Seminars in Adolescent Medicine, 2(3), 235-42. PMID: 3602642.

Cutrona, C. E., Troutman, B. R. (1986). Social support, infant temperament, and parenting self-efficacy: a mediational model of postpartum depression. Child Development, 57(6), 1507-18. PMID: 3802975.