Save the date! The Child and Adolescent Anxiety SIG will once again host its annual preconference event prior to the ABCT conference.
DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER BELOW! :)
Please see below for the THURSDAY (11/16/17) pre-conference meeting schedule. It will be held in the room Aqua 314.
Thursday Pre-Conference (11/16/17) 1:00 p.m.-2:15 p.m.-Steven Kurtz, Ph.D., of Kurtz Psychology Consulting, P.C., and Richard Gallagher, Ph.D., of the NYU Child Study Center, will each be presenting on the Treatment of Selective Mutism
2:30 p.m.-3:35 p.m.-Anne Marie Albano, Ph.D., of Columbia University, will be presenting on the new and improved Child and Parent Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule (ADIS)
3:45 p.m.-5:00 p.m.-Anne Marie Albano, Ph.D., of Columbia University, John Walkup, M.D., of Children's Hospital of Chicago, and Jonathan Comer, Ph.D., of Florida International University, will form a panel to discuss issues in the treatment of anxiety
A Thursday evening happy hour will occur jointly with the Child Depression and Child Bipolar SIGs. It's scheduled for 5:00 p.m. on Thursday at the Tin Fish (http://www.tinfishgaslamp.com/).
-Bruce Chorpita, Ph.D., of UCLA and incoming ABCT President, will be presenting on "Letting EBTs Leave the Nest: Some Reflections on Dissemination and Collaboration" -Erika Crawford, M.A., of Temple University, will briefly present her research as the 2017 Student Travel Award winner.
FRIDAY (11/17/17) SIG POSTER SESSION (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) We are allowed only 12 slots for our Child Anxiety SIG posters. Congratulations to those who were accepted, and thanks to all of you who submitted entries. We had so many well-done posters this year. Please see below for the list of accepted posters:
Addressing Common Clinician Concerns in Exposure Based CBT: Attrition, Therapeutic Relationship and Treatment Satisfaction Caitlin Choy, Joseph F. McGuire, Monica S. Wu, and John Piacentini, University of California, Los Angeles
Changes in Disgust Propensity and Sensitivity in Youth with Contamination Based Obsessions Christopher Georgiadis, Joshua Kemp, Aishvarya Arora, Jenna Sung, Jennifer Freeman, Abbe Garcia, and Brady Case, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Community Partnership in Protocol Development: Building a Novel Behavioral Intervention Using a Community Clinician Participatory Research Approach Andrea Temkin, Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology
Differences in Intelligence Quotient Scores Among Youth with Specific Phobia, Social Anxiety Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorder Paige Picou, Peter J. Castagna, and Thompson E. Davis III, Louisiana State University
Global Impairment Accounts for the Associations Between Internalizing Symptoms and Perceived Burdensomeness Toward Others Giselle C. Costales, Victor Buitron, and Jeremy W. Pettit, Florida International University
Moderators of the Relationship Between Maternal Stress and Internalizing Problems Paige M. Ryan, Thompson E. Davis III, and Josie Bridges, Louisiana State University
Neuroticism as a Higher Order Factor in Youth Emotional Disorders Niza A. Tonarely, Jamie A. Sherman, and Jill Ehrenreich-May, University of Miami
Somatic Symptoms of Anxiety and Suicidal Ideation among Treatment-Seeking Youth with Anxiety Disorders Erika Crawford, Lauren B. Alloy, Taylor A. Burke, Philip C. Kendall, and David M. Siegel, Temple University, Shari Jager-Hyman, University of Pennsylvania
The Relationship Between Behavioral Inhibition and Obsessive Beliefs in Children Aishvarya Arora, Noah C. Berman, and Sabine Wilhelm, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School
The Relationship Between Sleep Accommodation and Sleep-Related Problems in Children with Anxiety Lydia L. Chevalier, Boston University
Use of Specific Delivery Strategies in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxious Youth in Different Therapy Settings Vishnupriya Srivastava, Julia R. Cox, Davis Erney, Michael A. Southam-Gerow, and Bryce D. McLeod, Virginia Commonwealth University
Using the Interpersonal Relationships Module of the ADIS-C/A to Screen for Anxiety-Related Impairments in Peer Functioning among mid-to-late Adolescents Alexis Beale, Lauren Keeley, Hide Okuno, Sebastian Szollos, Erica Rausch, Bridget Makol, Tara Augenstein, Melanie Lipton, Sarah Racz, and Andres De Los Reyes, University of Maryland at College Park