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R. Bob Smith III Excellence in Assessment Award Webinar; Improving Mental Health Services with Multicultural Assessment of Child, Youth & Parent Psychopathology – 11/12/19
Diversity Committee sponsored webinar on immigration TBA – 10/9/19
A Storm of Innovations: Using the Web to Work Together and Bring the Best Psychology Information to the People Who Would Benefit – 9/4/19
Applying to Clinical Internships: Insider Tips for Maximizing Your Success – 7/24/19
Held annually in June in Washington, DC, the Forum is the premier, gala science event specifically designed to meet the needs of early career scientists.
Practice Corner Author: Taylor N. Stephens, M.S., Palo Alto University Article Title: Forty Years of Engagement Research in Children’s Mental Health Services: Multidimensional Measurement and Practice Elements Article Authors: Kimberly D. Becker, Maya Boustani, Resham Gellatly, & Bruce F. Chorpita Why is this article relevant to practice? While the dissemination of evidence-based treatments (EBTs) is […]
The Impact of 13 Reasons Why on Suicide Behavior in Young People: What We Know So Far Webinar Overview: This webinar will present findings that indicate that 13 Reasons Why may be a potential platform for Psychoeducation on suicide and that watching the show is not generally associated with more severe suicide ideation. Future research […]
Read the full article ‘Am I depressed?’: How teens can find mental health help online
Webinar Coming in December: “But will this therapy benefit me?”: Applying Research Findings to Individual Patients
The columnists describes their current role or roles; the path taken to arrive at their current positions; the training, support, and other experiences they have found valuable; and recommendations for current students.
This Award is designed to recognize a clinical child and adolescent practitioner who has made a significant and enduring impact to promoting awareness, accessibility, and/or implementation of evidence-based mental health services for children and adolescents.