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ADAA Congratulates the CDLP Class of 2020
The Alies Muskin Career Development Leadership Program (CDLP) is an intensive mentoring and professional development opportunity for early career clinicians and researchers. This interactive learning experience challenges thinking and encourages creative discourse about anxiety, depressive, obsessive-compulsive, and trauma-related disorders in a diverse, multidisciplinary community of professionals involved in practice and research. The CDLP program is another step in ADAA's commitment to recognize and promote outstanding talent. Participants are grouped among two tracks: Clinical Research and Clinical. Learn more about the 2020 CDLP and Donald F. Klein Early Career Investigator Awardees here.
2020 Research Track Awardees
Kimberly Arditte Hall, PhD
Framingham State University
Elise Cardinale, PhD
National Institute of Mental Health
Wei-li Chang, MD, PhD
Columbia University/ New York State Psychiatric Institute
Cope Feurer, MS
Binghamton University SUNY
Gregory Fonzo, PhD
University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School
Fallon Goodman, PhD
University of South Florida
Simone Haller, DPhil
National Institutes of Mental Health
Nathaniel Harnett, PhD
Mbemba Jabbi, PhD
University of Texas Dell Medical School
Sonalee Joshi, MS
University of Michigan
Antonia Kaczkurkin, PhD
Amanda Khan, PhD
San Francisco VA Health Care System
Morganne Kraines, PhD
Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Hilary Marusak, PhD
Wayne State University
Yara Mekawi, PhD
Department of Psychiatry/Emory School of Medicine
Kelley O'Donnell, MD, PhD
NYU School of Medicine
Heather Rusch, MS
National Institute of Health
Temilola Salami, PhD
Sam Houston State University
Michigan State University
Anais Stenson, PhD
Wayne State University, School of Medicine
Danielle Taylor, MS
Oklahoma State University
Evan White, PhD
Laureate Institute for Brain Research
James Whitworth, PhD
Boston University School of Medicine
Mary Woody, PhD
University of Pittsburgh
Soo Jeong Youn PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School
2020 Clinical Track Awardees
Chad Brandt II, PhD
Houston OCD Program
Lauren Edwards, MD
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Amy Kranzler, PhD
Montefiore Medical Center
Lauren Latella, PhD
The Child Mind Institute
Ana Martinez de Andino, PhD
Emory University School of Medicine
Michelle Pievsky, PhD
Youth Consultation Service; Mindful Assessments and Psychological Services, LLC
Meredith Senter, MD
New York Presbyterian / Columbia University; New York State Psychiatric Institute
Jessica Stern, PhD
NYU Langone Health
Monika Stojek, PhD
Anna Swan, PhD
UCSF Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute
Lauren Szkodny PhD
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Special thanks to our many 2020 CDLP Mentors!
…And to our CDLP Committee.
Your commitment and collaboration are the cornerstone of this unique program.
The 2020 The 2020 CDLP Program is supported by
Not to Miss Session:
ADAA Trending Topic: Cannabis
Thursday, March 19 at 9:00 am.
Cannabis, Anxiety, and Depression: Cause for Pause or Peace of Mind?
presented by Staci Gruber, PhD
Medical Marijuana: The Evidence and Promises of CBD
presented by Diana Martinez, MD
View the entire conference program – with 140+ sessions, special events, and networking opportunities you won’t want to miss this conference.
Headquarters Hotel 70 Percent Sold Out! Don’t Miss Your Chance to be in the Middle of the Action – Book Now!
Resilience: From Research to Practice
March 19-22, 2020
San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter
101 Bowie Street - San Antonio, Texas
Please note: there are a limited number of rooms available at prevailing federal rate at both hotels. Please call the reservations department to request a government rate and be prepared to provide proof of status during call and upon check in.
The San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter - #ADAA2020 Conference Hotel
The 2020 ADAA Annual Conference (March 19-22) will be held at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter (101 Bowie Street, San Antonio, TX 78205) on the San Antonio River. Conference activities, including all sessions, exhibits, and receptions, take place at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter, which will be newly renovated in February. Plan to be there Saturday night (March 21) to help ADAA celebrate our 40th Anniversary! Rooms sell out quickly in San Antonio – so don’t delay!
Special ADAA Rate: $229
La Quinta San Antonio Riverwalk
La Quinta is located directly across the street from the headquarters hotel and a one-minute walk to the conference rooms at the Marriott Rivercenter. A complimentary breakfast is provided for overnight guests. Rooms sell out quickly in San Antonio – so don’t delay!
Special ADAA Rate: $199
Residence Inn San Antonio Downtown/Alamo Plaza
The Residence Inn is located in the heart of downtown San Antonio just a few short blocks from the headquarter hotel, the Marriott Rivercenter. The ADAA special rate includes complimentary continental breakfast for up to four guests per room.
Special ADAA Rate: $169 Single/Double
Don't miss these special events and sessions:
Thursday, March 19
Friday, March 20
Saturday, March 21
Main Stage Event – ADAA is Turning 40!
Plan now to stay through Saturday night at #ADAA2020 to help ADAA celebrate our 40th Anniversary. This festive evening will feature fun music and dancing, awards recognition, tributes to our longtime ADAA members, a memorable culinary experience, opportunities to meet and network with ADAA members and peers, and more. So, don’t forget to pack your party shoes (or boots!)
ADAA members, don’t forget to sign into your profile before registering for the conference to receive your member discount.
Is your clinic or institution sending 4 or more attendees to #ADAA2020? Click here to learn how you can save even more through Group Registration discounts. Group Discounts are available to current ADAA members only.
Thank you to our Current #ADAA2020 Supporters and Sponsors
Rogers Behavioral Health
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Collaborating with ADAA provides an opportunity to reach ADAA’s vast network of psychiatrists, social workers, psychologists, counselors, and therapists before, during, and after the conference. Invest in your customer relationships and make an impact. Interested in sponsoring at #ADAA2020? Please contact Lise Bram.
Alcoholics Anonymous |
Alpine Academy |
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention |
Army Reserve Medical Department |
BECK Institute |
Eating Recovery Center/Insights Behavioral Health |
Emory Healthcare Veterans Program |
Epilepsy Foundation |
IER Biopharma Medical |
Kennedy Kreiger Institute, KSADS-COMP, LLC |
Lido Wellness Center |
McLean Hospital |
Mountain Valley Treatment Center |
OCD Texas |
Psychological Health Center of Excellence (PHCoE) |
Renewed Freedom Center |
Rogers Behavioral Health |
We invite you to join 1,400+ US and global leaders and experts in mental health and to engage with 400-500 new exhibit hall visitors daily. The Partner Solutions Hall is the center of the conference – on the same floor as all session rooms – it's the place to be! The Partner Solutions Hall will host many activities, including the Welcome Reception and Hall Grand Opening, reboot breaks, and more. Booths are selling out! Don’t delay — Please contact Lise Bram for more information about exhibiting.
The Partner Solutions Hall Grand Opening is sponsored by Rogers Behavioral Health.
|ADAA Professional Education
ADAA offers a variety of webinars for mental health professionals. Most ADAA professional webinars offer CE/CME and AWSB credits. Sign up today to make sure you don’t miss out on these educational opportunities.
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Putting the Cardi B in CBT: Using Stars, Sports, Star Wars, Superheroes, and Pop Culture to Make Therapy Accessible & Fun for Anxious Youth
Presented by Sandra S. Pimentel, PhD
Thursday, February 27, 2020 at 12:00 pm EST
Cognitive behavioral treatment for youth anxiety is an effective intervention approach (Crowe & McKay, 2017). While manual-based approaches offer structure for the delivery of intervention strategies, there is ample room for flexibility to “breathe life” into the treatment (Kendall, Chu, & Gifford, 1998; Kendall, Gosch, Furr, & Sood, 2008). CBT components include, for example, psychoeducation, rapport-building, affective education, self-monitoring, cognitive restructuring, problem solving, somatic management, role play, modeling, skills rehearsal, behavioral experiments, exposure, reinforcement and rewards that require an understanding and integration cognitive and behavioral principles with development, family, culture, and multiple other relevant variables. This is no easy task! As such, and in working with children and adolescents in particular, CBT therapists are teachers, storytellers, coaches, collaborative empiricists, and producers as well who must utilize creativity and fun. In this webinar, the presenter will demonstrate how to use singers, sports, superhero narratives, and pop culture references to supercharge how to teach children and families about feelings, coping, and problem solving, and engage in practice and exposures. Clinical materials will also be shared with participants.
Distinguishing Suicidal Ideation from Intrusive Self-Harm OCD
Presented by Mike Heady, MA
Thursday, April 23, 2020 at 12:00 pm EST
Individuals suffering with intrusive self-harm OCD frequently misattribute their thoughts for genuine suicidal ideation. Well-intentioned therapists, who do not know how to differentiate genuine suicidal ideation from intrusive and unwanted obsessions, often encourage their clients to get suicide risk evaluations from local ERs. However, this behavior can steer the individual with self-harm OCD further into their disorder, increasing distress and severity of symptoms. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to assess for and differentiate intrusive, unwanted self-harm obsessions that occur in OCD from genuine suicidal ideation and planning. This differentiation is key to providing adequate treatment.
Just Announced! Race, Stress, and Black Mother and Infant Mortality: Emotional Health Matters
Presented by Angela Neal-Barnett, PhD and Christin Farmer Kane, BA
Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 12:00 pm EST
Within the United States, Black maternal and infant mortality has reached alarming rates. Black mothers and infants are 2.5 times more likely to die than their white counterparts. The major contributing factor is stress, particularly stress produced by structural racism. In this webinar led by a clinical psychological scientist and community-based doula, we present an overview of the role of race-related stress in Black maternal and infant mortality. We examine the psychosocial and biological data on its impact on mothers and babies. We present evidence on how stress is viewed by various groups of expectant and post-partum Black mothers. Barriers to implement stress and anxiety interventions with this population are discussed. Finally, we present data on our culturally-relevant community-engaged partnership to reduce the effects of stress and anxiety on expectant Black mothers.
Just Announced! Anxiety and Depression Treatment for Immigrant, Refugee, and Asylee Clients
Presented by Rachel Singer, PhD
Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 12:00 pm EST
This webinar will provide an overview of strategies for integrating multiculturally competent strategies into evidence-based treatment of anxiety and depression for immigrants, refugees, and asylees. Specific tools for addressing barriers to treatment and incorporating resources will also be addressed. Discussion will focus on strategies for conceptualizing and treating clients from a systemic perspective. This training will also include case application and discussion of practical tools. Participants will have an opportunity for discussion and questions.
Interested in presenting a professional webinar? Click here to download the ADAA Webinar Interest Form or contact Lise Bram (email@example.com).
ADAA Member News
ADAA’s Membership Dues Schedule Has Changed
Last week, ADAA began the process of transitioning all members to a calendar year renewal system. Beginning in 2021 all memberships will run from January 1 to December 31. What does this mean for you? New Members will note they have received a prorated dues invoice when signing up. This invoice covers your dues through December 31, 2020. For renewing members, you will also receive prorated invoices to cover the portion of time remaining between when you renew and December 31. Please email ADAA at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions concerning the transition.
Taylor Ann Moore
We encourage all of our new members to join the new ADAA online member community, SocialLink, today to start connecting!
Briana Woods-Jaeger, PhD
“I became involved in ADAA in 2017 at the suggestion of colleagues who highlighted the balance between research and practice and opportunities for networking and collaboration. My first year I was immediately struck but just how true these sentiments are and how many opportunities there are to be actively engaged. I enjoy the opportunity to be a part of a thriving network of committed and engaged researchers, clinicians, and advocates. In particular, ADAA's interest in and commitment to diversity and multicultural issues has provided a wonderful opportunity for me to connect with others across the country committed to this important work. Being an ADAA member benefits my work by connecting me with amazing colleagues and providing a range of training and dissemination opportunities.”
Dr. Briana Woods-Jaeger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education at Emory University. She received her PhD and MS in Clinical Child Psychology from the University of Washington. Dr. Woods-Jaeger's research examines social and structural processes that link the experience of child trauma and adversity to mental and physical health disparities. Her work focuses on partnering with communities to identify ways to prevent adverse childhood experiences and support different systems such as education, juvenile justice, and health care in responding to the needs of trauma-exposed youth. She is currently a Principal Investigator on research projects supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention focused on primary and secondary violence prevention and promoting resilience after violence exposure.
Dr. Woods serves as a co-chair on ADAA’s Multicultural Advances SIG.
ADAA Member Benefit Alert!
SocialLink is ADAA’s online, members-only community. Members can post questions, job openings, and just connect with their peers. Members can also participate as part of designated groups in SocialLink. Currently each SIG is noted in SocialLink, but members can request additional groups. If there is a topic, treatment, or research effort of particular interest to you, ADAA can make a group available through SocialLink to allow those with similar interests to connect. Interested in starting a group in SocialLink? Email us the details at email@example.com.
If you have questions about ADAA member benefits, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New ADAA Member Public Blog Posts and Webinars
Dealing with Valentine’s Day Depression (blog post)
by Paul Greene, PhD
Sports & Stress: Finding the Courage to Quiet the Mind Chatter (blog post)
by Mitchell Greene, PhD
Managing Stress in Sports: Questing the Mind and the Body (webinar)
by Mitchell Greene, PhD
Not Everything Goes in the Anxiety Bucket (blog post)
by Kama Jensen, MEd, LPCC
Mother/Baby Attachment Due to Unexpected OCD and Postpartum
by Eda Gorbis, PhD
Feeling Unsettled by Unsettling World Events (blog post)
by Ken Goodman, LCSW
|ADAA Members in the Media — Recent Articles
Have you been quoted in a recent news article/story? Please let us know so we can share your news with your ADAA colleagues and with our public community (here, through the website and via our social media platforms).
February, Yoga, Running, and Other Workouts Can Combat Depressive Episodes, Healthline.com, Karmel Choi, PhD and Jordan Smoller, MD, ScD
02/03/2020 As Coronavirus Spreads, Anxiety Spreads Faster, Chicago Sun Times, Karen Cassiday, PhD
01/31/2020 The Best Books and Journals to Help Ease Your Anxiety in 2020, Popsugar.com, Dave Carbonell, PhD
01/29/2020 Risk Factors Of Psychiatric Disorders: Sexual Abuse Tops The List, International Business Times, Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD
01/27/2020 Top Risk Factors for Mental Disorders Identified, Medscape.com, Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD
ADAA Member News & Publications
Have you published a new book for consumers or professionals? Please let us know so we can highlight your new publication here and on the ADAA website.
ADAA is also interested in highlighting our members' research. Please send us your recent research news for us to post and share.
|Depression and Anxiety Journal News
Volume 37, Issue 2
FOCUS ON: Behavioral, Sociocultural, and Genetic Aspects of Depression and its Treatment
Physical activity offsets genetic risk for incident depression assessed via electronic health records in a biobank cohort study
Karmel W. Choi (ADAA member), Amanda B. Zheutlin, Rebecca A. Karlson, Min‐Jung Wang, Erin C. Dunn (ADAA member), Murray B. Stein (ADAA member), Elizabeth W. Karlson, Jordan W. Smoller (ADAA member)
Interpersonal life stress, inflammation, and depression in adolescence: Testing Social Signal Transduction Theory of Depression
George M. Slavich, Matteo Giletta, Sarah W. Helms, Paul D. Hastings, Karen D. Rudolph, Matthew K. Nock, Mitchell J. Prinstein
Defining treatment‐resistant depression
Bradley N. Gaynes, Linda Lux, Gerald Gartlehner, Gary Asher, Valerie Forman‐Hoffman, Josh Green, Erin Boland, Rachel P. Weber, Charli Randolph, Carla Bann, Emmanuel Coker‐Schwimmer, Meera Viswanathan, Kathleen N. Lohr
Depression and Anxiety, the official journal of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, is available online at no charge to ADAA members. The journal welcomes original research and synthetic review articles covering neurobiology (genetics and neuroimaging), epidemiology, experimental psychopathology, and treatment (psychotherapeutic and pharmacologic) aspects of mood and anxiety disorders, and related phenomena in humans. A priority is placed on papers focusing on treatment, as well as those providing cutting-edge reviews of key areas and issues, in order to enhance the clinical evaluation and care of individuals struggling with the effects of these disorders. All submissions are peer-reviewed; there is no handling or publishing fee.
Per the ISI Journal Citation Reports Rankings for 2017, the Depression and Anxiety impact factor is 5.043. The journal ranks 19 of 142 in psychiatry journals; 8 of 77 in psychology journals; 5 of 121 for psychology clinical journals, and 15 of 139 for psychiatry social science journals. Google Scholar psychiatry journal ranking (spring 2017) ranked Depression and Anxiety #19 of 20.
Murray B. Stein, MD, MPH - Editor-in-Chief
Meet the Journal Editorial Board
Interested in submitting an article? View the Depression and Anxiety Submissions Guidelines.
American Psychological Foundation accepting applications for Marian R. Stuart Grant
The Marian R. Stuart Grant awards up to $20,000 to further the research, practice, or education of an early career psychologist on the connection between mental and physical health, particularly for work that contributes to public health.
For more information click here. Deadline for applications is July 1, 2020.
- Be an early career researcher (no more than 10 years postdoctoral).
- Be affiliated with a nonprofit charitable, educational, or scientific institution, or governmental entity operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.
- Have demonstrated competence and capacity to execute the proposed work.
IRB approval must be received from host institution before funding can be awarded if human participants are involved.
Workshops in Exposure & Response Prevention for OCD and Pediatric OCD
The Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety at the University of Pennsylvania is offering an intensive four-day training workshop in the use of Exposure and Response Prevention (EX\RP) Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) on March 9-12, 2020. There will also be an additional one-day workshop for EX/RP therapy for pediatric OCD on March 13, 2020. This workshop is open to licensed mental health professionals and those working under a license. The workshop offers a small faculty-to-participant ratio. Interested in attending this workshop? Register today. Questions? Email Thea Gallagher, PsyD, at email@example.com.
National Institute of Mental Health Grant Opportunities
The National Institute of Mental Health has issued three funding opportunity announcements related to suicide prevention and suicide research gaps.
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We Love Our Facebook Fundraisers
You and your Facebook friends can support causes that are important to you (like ADAA) by raising funds and awareness right on Facebook. You can create your own Facebook fundraiser to support ADAA’s mission.
Read more and start your own fundraiser today.
Calling all live streamers!
You can reach new audiences and help raise awareness about ADAA's mission by creating a fundraising stream (or encouraging you friends to create a campaign or donate) on Tiltify.com that benefits ADAA's mission.
Fun ADAA Merch
Buy a gift for yourself and a loved one and support ADAA at the same time. Proceeds support ADAA's mission to provide free resources to those struggling with anxiety, depression, and co-occurring disorders. Shop ADAA's Store.
| || RESEARCH AND PRACTICE NEWS|
UT Southwestern Medical Center via EurekAlert!
Artificial intelligence may soon play a critical role in choosing which depression therapy is best for patients.
A national trial initiated by UT Southwestern in 2011 to better understand mood disorders has produced what scientists are calling the project's flagship finding: a computer that can accurately predict whether an antidepressant will work based on a patient's brain activity.
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News
The results of research headed by scientists at Japan’s Fujita Health University suggest that a metabolite in the kynurenine pathway could represent a clinical biomarker for identifying individuals with depression-like symptoms who are at risk of developing major depressive disorder. The KYN pathway is the main pathway involved in tryptophan metabolism.
Elsevier via ScienceDaily
Researchers shed new light on the genetic relationship between three mood disorders associated with depression — major depression and bipolar disorder types 1 and 2 — in a new study in the journal Biological Psychiatry, published by Elsevier.
Primary care physicians are at the front lines for screening and treating depression.
Get insights on tools and strategies for routine screening and treatment of depression clinicians can use to ensure that patients are moving past getting “better” -- and are getting well. Learn More
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UPI Health News
Suicidal behavior is declining among U.S. teenagers who identify as LGBT, but the problem remains pervasive.
That's the conclusion of two new studies that tracked trends among U.S. teenagers over the past couple of decades. Over the years, more kids have been identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender -- and their likelihood of reporting suicidal thoughts and behavior has gone down.
UPI Health News
It's supposed to be the best time in your life, but a new study finds that U.S. high school students have mostly negative feelings throughout their school day.
Surveying nearly 22,000 students nationwide, researchers found about 75 percent expressed boredom, anger, sadness, fear or stress.
University of Warwick via ScienceDaily
Depression, anxiety, impulsive behavior and poor cognitive performance in children is affected by the amount of sleep they have, researchers from the University of Warwick have found.
Sleep states are active processes that support reorganisation of brain circuitry. This makes sleep especially important for children, whose brains are developing and reorganizing rapidly.
U.S. News & World Report
A vast majority of parents and caregivers don't know about their children's suicidal thoughts or actions, a new study suggests, even as family dynamics are linked to the dangerous behaviors.
For the study, published online in JAMA Network Open, researchers examined survey data on roughly 11,800 children as well as one of their caregivers to assess the prevalence of suicidal ideation, suicide attempts and non-suicidal self-injury among 9- and 10-year-olds.
UPI Health News
Nurses are at elevated risk for suicide, but the issue gets little attention, researchers report.
Their study of 2005-2016 U.S. government data found the suicide rate among female nurses was significantly higher, at 10 per 100,000, than that of the general female population, at seven per 100,000.
New data points to general anesthesia as a major cause of increased odds of mothers developing postpartum depression following a cesarean delivery.
Jean Guglielminotti, MD, PhD, Department of Anesthesiology, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, examined whether general anesthesia for cesarean delivery is linked with increased odds of severe postpartum depression requiring hospitalization compared to neuraxial anesthesia.
About one in five employees will experience a mental health condition each year, and because serious mental illness causes $193.2 billion in lost earnings each year, it’s a topic too big to be ignored by companies.
Employers who value and prioritize mental health can see the positive impact it has on employee retention, engagement, and health care costs. Which is why Mental Health America recently announced a new national employer certification program, called the Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health, to help guide employers. The program assesses workplaces in five categories: workplace culture, health insurance and benefits, employee perks and programs, legal and ethical compliance and leadership and community engagement.
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