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Distinguished Career Addresses


Enrique W. Neblett, Jr. PhD

University of Michigan

Dr. Enrique Neblett will provide an overview on his groundbreaking work related to understanding how racism-related stress influences the mental and physical health of African American young people


Michael C. Roberts, PhD, ABPP

University of Kansas

Explicating and Enhancing Children’s Psychological and Physical Health: Developments Over Time

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Nancy A. Gonzales, PhD

Arizonia State University

Explicating and Enhancing Children’s Listening to Lantinx families to Build a More Inclusive Clinical Science

Dr. Nancy Gonzales will outline key lessons she has learned in building a collaborative program of developmental and clinical research focused on Latinx youth and families.


Joan Asarnow, PhD

“Ordinary People” to “13 Reasons Why”: Intervening to Reduce Youth Suicide and Self-Harm Risk

Dr. Asarnow highlights key results gleaned from her career developing, evaluating, and disseminating treatments for depression, self-harm, and suicide prevention in children and adolescents. This presentation focuses on risk factors and evidence informed interventions for suicide in youth.

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