Therapists & Researchers

In and Around Miami

The conference, held at the Hyatt Regency Miami (400 SE 2nd Avenue) is in the Downtown area. Visit the links below for details on getting around, dining in the area, and other attractions. Other nearby neighborhoods are Brickell and Bayfront.

Getting Around

Miami Trolley   
Metromover    
Maps

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a conference registration fee?

Yes, all attendees and presenters must register and pay the appropriate registration fee.  Learn more details and register online. We offer special rates for groups, students, residents, and trainees.

Technology

123—How to Navigate Screen Time: iPads, Cell Phones, Computers – Oh My!
Laura Braider, PhD; Rebecca Sachs, PhD; Audrey Baumeister, PhD

132—Abnormal Respiratory Physiology and Breathing Retraining Treatments in Panic Disorder
David Tolin, PhD; Patrick McGrath, PhD; Carl Robbins, MS; Stefan Hofmann, PhD; Karen Cassiday, PhD

136—Application of an Internet-Based CBT Treatment for PTSD in Hard-to-Reach Populations
Maria Boettche, PhD; Adriana Feder, MD; Robert Pietrzak, PhD; Terence Keane, PhD; Cindy Aaronson, PhD

Suicide and Suicidal Ideation

100—Mental Health of Law Enforcement Officers: Current Strategies and Issues in Prevention and Intervention.
Vincent Van Hasselt, PhD; Bryan Steinkopf, MS; Sarah Henderson, BA; Alexandra Crouch, MS; Nichole Vincent, MS; Karen Guzkowski, BA; Casey Straud, MS

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

PTSD and Trauma

MC004—Applications of Dialectical Behavior Therapy to the Treatment of Trauma-Related Problems
Amy Wagner, PhD

128—How to Conceptualize and Treat Comorbid PTSD and OCD
Thomas Adams, PhD; Christal Badour, PhD; Dean McKay, PhD; Rachel Ojserkis, MA; Sabine Wilhelm, PhD; Thomas Adams, PhD

136—Application of an Internet-Based CBT Treatment for PTSD in Hard-to-Reach Populations
Maria Boettche, PhD; Adriana Feder, MD; Robert Pietrzak, PhD; Terence Keane, PhD; Cindy Aaronson, PhD

Psychotherapy (ACT, CBT, DBT, Exposure, IPT, etc.)

MC003—Comprehensive Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder to Maximize Gains
Lata McGinn, PhD

MC004—Applications of Dialectical Behavior Therapy to the Treatment of Trauma-Related Problems
Amy Wagner, PhD

MC008—Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Personality Disorders
Judith Beck, PhD

MC011—Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Perfectionism
Martin Antony, PhD

125—Anxiety and Depression Rounds

Pharmacotherapy

MC005—Management of Treatment-Refractory Depression: The Art and the Science
Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD; W. Craighead, PhD

MC009—Pharmacotherapy for Anxiety in Children and Adolescents
Daniel Pine, MD

Older Adults

313—The Intersection of Age, Culture, and Mental Health: Clinical Implications for the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety in the Elderly
Daniel Jimenez, PhD; David Loewensein, PhD; Sara Czaja, PhD; Elizabeth Crocco, MD; Sara Czaja, PhD; Philip Harvey, PhD

367—Late-Life Anxiety and Depressive Disorders: Enhancing Our Understanding of Their Prevalence and Comorbidities, as Well as Factors Related to Help-Seeking, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

PRECON001Changing the Anxious Mind Rapidly (ticketed event)
Reid Wilson, PhD

MC003—Comprehensive Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder to Maximize Gains
Lata McGinn, PhD

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