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ADAA Members Corner

from ADAA

Members in the News

10/26/2017 Kim Kardashian Says She Has Body Dysmorphia — Here's What That Really Means, InStyle, Eda Gorbis, MD

10/25/2017 Depression and Alcoholism Linked to One Gene in African Americans, Yale University, Joel Gelernter, MD

10/23/2017 How to Help Teens Manage Their Anxiety, Lifehacker, Lynne Siqueland, PhD

10/19/2017 White Plains: Actress Glenn Close on Hand for Opening of Mental Health Training Facility, The Journal News, and FIOS1news video, Lata K. McGinn, PhD and Alec Miller, PsyD

10/6/2017 Doctors Need to Speak up Against the Use of Mental Illness as an Insult, British Medical Journal, Arash Javanbakht, MD

10/01/2017 How Do You Respond When Someone Tells You They Were Sexually Assaulted? Here Are Things You Can Say to Help, Bustle, Lata K. McGinn, PhD


New Member Professional Blog Posts
Succeeding in Your First Job Application — Three Part Series from members of the ADAA Early Career Professionals and Students Special Interest Group.




Succeeding in Your First Job Application, Part 1
by Elizabeth DuPont Spencer, LCSW-C




Succeeding in Your First Job Application, Part 2
by Kevin Chapman, PhD




Succeeding in Your First Job Application, Part 3
by Stefan G. Hofmann, PhD

About the Early Career Professionals and Students SIG

The Early Career Professionals and Students SIG unites students and early career professionals interested in the clinical treatment and research of anxiety and depression. The group develops ADAA conference activities organized around topics specifically relevant to students and early career professionals, and offers an initial avenue for students and early career professionals to become more involved in ADAA encouraging new and continuing ADAA membership.

Co-Chairs:
  • Kristina Korte, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
  • Shari Steinman Haxel, PhD, West Virginia University
  • Stephanie Woodrow, LGPC, NCC, The Maryland Anxiety Center
  • Emily Bilek, PhD, University of Michigan, more


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