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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 […]
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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.
Latest issue posted! InBalance is published three times a year and offers topical features, news of interest, and important policy-related information. Recent issues have focused on board certification, multidimensional family therapy, and evidence-based treatments.
Mary Fristad, Ph.D.
Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, Department of Psychology
Vice Chair of Research and Academic Affairs at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
This webinar will review: 1) current rates of anxiety and depression in adolescents; 2) normative adolescent development; 3) characteristics of social media; 4) current use of social media by adolescents; 5) research findings on the impact of social media on adolescent mental health.
If you missed the live webinar, you can now view a full recording on sccap53.org. Click here to view. From the Brain to Bedside: Translating Neuroscience Findings to Develop Innovative Interventions Speaker: Amy Krain Roy, Ph.D., Director, Integrative Neuroscience Program Fordham University Moderator: Jill Ehrenreich May, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Child Division, University of Miami Webinar […]