Therapists & Researchers


308—Mechanisms of Altered Interoceptive Awareness in Anxiety and Depression
W. Kyle Simmons, PhD; Justin Feinstein, PhD; Roxann Roberson-Nay, PhD; Sahib Khalsa, MD PhD; Martin Paulus, MD; Daniel Pine, MD

312—Mechanisms of Ketamine Across Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Carolyn Rodriguez, MD; Adriana Feder, MD; James Murrough, MD; Sanjay Mathew, MD; Chadi Abdallah, MD; Ramiro Salas, PhD

316—Examining Reward Dysfunction as a Risk for Depression Onset, Maintenance, and Relapse From Adolescence to Adulthood

Multicultural Issues

131—Discrimination, Anxiety, and Stress: A Black and Hispanic Perspective
Jessica Graham, PhD; Daniel Jimenez, PhD; Alvaro Camacho, MD; Martale Davis, BA

343—Culture, Biology, and Context: Does It Matter for Practice?
Karen Martinez, MD; Dorthie Cross, PhD; Karen Martinez, MD; Kimberly D'Anna-Hernandez, PhD; Carmela Alcantara, PhD

359—Ethno-Racial Disparities in Anxiety and Anxiety-Related Mental Health Conditions Research and Practice


MC007—Fear Flexibility: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for OCD-Spectrum Disorders in Children and Adolescents
Lisa Coyne, PhD

MC010—An Introduction to Compassion-Focused Therapy for Anxiety and Depression
Dennis Tirch, PhD

222—Mindfulness Over Matter: Integrating Mindfulness Into the Treatment of Adolescent Depression
Jill Emanuele, PhD; Marc Shuldiner, MS; Amanda Mintzer, PsyD

363—Yoga for Mental Health: New Research on Feasibility, Mechanisms, and Outcomes

Military and Veterans

180—An Overview of Structured Approach Therapy for PTSD: A Behavioral Couple-Based PTSD Intervention for Returning Veterans and Their Partners
Julia Cretu, PsyD; Frederic Sautter, PhD

333—Translating Research Findings to the Clinic and Community: An Examination of Risk and Protective Factors of Quality of Life and Functioning Among Recent Veterans in Diverse Contexts
Naomi Simon, MD; Timothy Elliott, PhD; Sarah Williston, MA; Jonathan Green, PhD; T.H. Eric Bui, MD, PhD

Family and Relationships

116—Incorporating the Family System Into Individual Treatment
Ashley Smith, PhD; Becky O'Halloran, LMFT; Lindsey Murray, MA; Katie Kriegshauser, PhD

180—An Overview of Structured Approach Therapy for PTSD: A Behavioral Couple-Based PTSD Intervention for Returning Veterans and Their Partners
Julia Cretu, PsyD; Frederic Sautter, PhD

187—When Boundaries Blur: Treating OCD Within the Family System
Jenny Yip, PsyD; Sarah Haider, PsyD

Ethics and Practice Issues

112—Suicide: Opportunity for Psychological Hospice vs. Legal-Risk Management Model of Care
Brian Schmaus, PhD; Melanie Santos, PsyD; Maha Zayed, PhD; Karen Cassiday, PhD

140—Mobile Mental Health Apps: What Clinicians Need to Know
Simon Rego, PsyD; Michael Van Ameringen, MD; Michelle Blackmore, PhD

173—Ethics in Practice: The Importance of Informed Consent
Jeffrey Barnett, PhD; Patrick McGrath, PhD; Simon Rego, PsyD; Yuhuan Xie, MD


Keynote Address—What Has Deep Brain Stimulation Taught Us About the Neurocircuitry of Depression?
Helen Mayberg, MD

Jerilyn Ross Lecture—Should We Be Treating Neuroticism Instead of Anxiety and Depression?
David Barlow, PhD

MC001—Integrating Evidence-Based Insomnia and Fatigue Strategies Into Depression Treatment
Colleen Carney, PhD

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

Complicated Grief

220—Introduction to Complicated Grief Treatment: An Evidence-Based Approach
M. Katherine Shear, MD; Naomi Simon, MD; Natalia Skritskaya, PhD

350—Optimizing Treatment of Complicated Grief: Results From a Multisite Randomized Controlled Trial
M. Katherine Shear, MD; Naomi Simon, MD; T.H. Eric Bui, MD, PhD; Mark Pollack, MD

356—Examining Associated Constructs to Improve the Characterization of Complicated Grief

Comorbid Disorders

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

120—Treatment Considerations for Anxiety and Depression in Children With Epilepsy:  Learning Problems, Social Skills and Medication
Jana Jones, PhD; Rochelle Caplan, MD; Alanna Kessler-Jones, PhD

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

College Students

115—Special Considerations in Treating Anxiety and Depression in College-Age Young Adults Across a Continuum of Care
Avital Falk, PhD; Laura Braider, PhD; Anne Marie Albano, PhD; Adam Lewin, PhD; John Walkup, MD

169—Medication and Behavioral Strategies for Treatment of Psychiatric Comorbidities in Young Adults With Depression
Harsh Trivedi, MD; Jerry Halverson, MD

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