122—Navigating Treatment of Co-Occurring Anxiety and Bipolar Disorder - Patient and Provider Perspectives
Andrew Nierenberg, MD; Rifaat El-Mallakh, MD; Allen Doederlein, BA; Michael Kuhl, BA
209—New Developments in Cognitive Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder: Improving Efficacy, Increasing Access, and Treating People With Bipolar Disorder Comorbid With Social Anxiety Disorder
Barbara Pavlova, PhD; Emma Warnock-Parkes, PsyD
PRECON001—Changing the Anxious Mind – Rapidly (ticketed)
Reid Wilson, PhD
102—Translating Clinical Trial Research to Direct Service Delivery: A View From Both Sides of the Aisle
Neal Sideman; Peter Roy-Byrne, MD; Anne-Marie Albano, PhD; Lisa Coyne, PhD; Jonathan Hoffman, PhD; Dean McKay, PhD
139—Comorbid Anxiety in Major Mood Disorders
Roy Perlis, MD; Rudolf Uher, MD; Nicholas Forand, PhD; Barbara Pavlova, PhD
121—Clinical Strategies for Enhancing Motivation in Anxious Children and Adults
17th Annual Scientific Research Symposium—Psychobiology of the Intersection and Divergence of Depression and Anxiety
Diego Pizzagalli, PhD; William Carlezon, PhD; Michelle Craske, PhD; Judy Garber, PhD; Andrew D. Krystal, MD; Francis Lee, MD, PhD; Daniel Pine, MD
117—Is Your Patient Seriously Suicidal? When to Hospitalize Suicidal, Violent, or Impulsive Patients
Thröstur Björgvinsson, PhD; Randy Auerbach, PhD; Stan Arkow, MD; Ariela Vasserman, PhD
Follow the links below to see the conference sessions in each topic area.
Instead of letting her depression run her life, she decided to outrun it.
“I have clinical depression,” says Mara Suttman-Lea. “No, I am not depressed. I suffer from depression. They are two vastly different concepts.”
Auerbach, R. P., Stanton, C., Proudfit, G. H., & Pizzagalli, D. A. (in press). Self-referential processing in depressed adolescents: A high-density ERP study. Journal of Abnormal Psychology.
Xiao, J., Qiu, Y., He, Y., Cui, L., Auerbach, R. P., McWhinnie, C. M., Yao, S. (in press). Weakest link as a cognitive vulnerability within the hopelessness theory of depression in Chinese university students. Stress and Health.
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˃ “I would like to note that CDLP was directly helpful in the process of applying for grants.”
˃ “Participating in the ADAA Career Development Leadership Program provided great momentum for 2014.”
Workshop: Introduction to Complicated Grief Treatment
January 9, 2015, Columbia School of Social Work (New York)
Full-day introduction to complicated grief and complicated grief treatment
Sign up or learn more here, or ceg2160 [at] columbia [dot] edu (email Colleen Gribbin,) Program Coordinator.