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Call for Nominations: 2021 Boston and 2022 Denver Conference Chairs
ADAA is implementing a new process as to how the ADAA Board selects its annual Conference Chair(s) which will apply for the 2021 Boston conference and the 2022 Denver conference. We invite all ADAA members to learn more about the conference committee chair positions (including eligibility, roles and responsibilities) and to submit an application for this important leadership opportunity. Click here to download the application form. Applications are due Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Please email completed applications to Susan Gurley, ADAA Executive Director.
Thank you to everyone who completed the #ADAA2019 conference survey. Your feedback helps ensure that future conferences meet and exceed attendee expectations. ADAA is currently reviewing/analyzing the survey results and will share key findings in the next issue of Insights. Congratulations to our four conference survey raffle winners: Joan Dreyfus, Joel Minden, Kalli Fautsch and Liisa Hantsoo.
New Feature - Instant Access to Current Articles!
We are pleased to announce that all ADAA members will now be able to access all current articles in your monthly new issue email alert from Wiley (the Journal’s publisher) without the need to log-in to the Wiley account.
Benefit reminder: as an ADAA member you are automatically subscribed to receive ADAA’s monthly online Depression and Anxiety journal now with easy access to each issue’s articles.
Have a question? Please contact Lisa Patterson at email@example.com.
Volume 36, Issue 4
FOCUS ON: DEPRESSION DIVERSITY IN TIME AND PLACE
Prediction of major depressive disorder onset in college students
David D. Ebert, Claudia Buntrock, Philippe Mortier, ADAA member Randy Auerbach, Kiona K. Weisel, ADAA member Ronald C. Kessler, Pim Cuijpers, Jennifer G. Green, Glenn Kiekens, Matthew K. Nock, Koen Demyttenaere, Ronny Bruffaerts
Structural imaging biomarkers for bipolar disorder: Meta‐analyses of whole‐brain voxel‐based morphometry studies
Xin Lu, Yuan Zhong, Zijuan Ma, Yun Wu, Peter T. Fox, Ning Zhang, Chun Wang
Four maternal characteristics determine the 12‐month course of chronic severe postpartum depressive symptoms
Sheehan D. Fisher, Dorothy K. Sit, Amy Yang, Jody D. Ciolino, ADAA member Jackie K. Gollan, Katherine L. Wisner
Early View Articles:
A placebo‐controlled pilot study of a wearable morning bright light treatment for probable PTSD
Alyson K. Zalta, Karyna Bravo, Zerbrina Valdespino‐Hayden, Mark H. Pollack, Helen J. Burgess
Version of Record online: 17 April 2019
The impact of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in obsessive‐compulsive disorder subjects
Thiago Blanco‐Vieira, Matheus Santos, Ygor A. Ferrão, Albina R. Torres, Eurípedes C. Miguel, Michael H. Bloch, James F. Leckman, Maria C. do Rosario
Version of Record online: 16 April 2019
Symptom profiles of late‐life anxiety and depression: The influence of migration, religion and loneliness
Emma Curran, Michael Rosato, Janine Cooper, Christine A. Mc Garrigle, Gerard Leavey
Version of Record online: 03 April 2019
Depression and Anxiety, the official journal of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, is available online at no charge to ADAA members. The journal welcomes original research and synthetic review articles covering neurobiology (genetics and neuroimaging), epidemiology, experimental psychopathology, and treatment (psychotherapeutic and pharmacologic) aspects of mood and anxiety disorders, and related phenomena in humans. Per the ISI Journal Citation Reports Rankings for 2017, the Depression and Anxiety impact factor is 5.043. The journal ranks 19 of 142 in psychiatry journals; 8 of 77 in psychology journals; 5 of 121 for psychology clinical journals, and 15 of 139 for psychiatry social science journals. Google Scholar psychiatry journal ranking (spring 2017) ranked Depression and Anxiety #19 of 20.
Murray B. Stein, MD, MPH - Editor-in-Chief
Meet the Journal Editorial Board
Save the Date! #ADAA2020
ADAA’s 40th Anniversary Conference
March 19-22, 2010
San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter
ADAA’s 40th annual conference will be held in San Antonio, TX from March 19 – 22, 2020. The 2020 Conference committee is co-chaired by Cindy J. Aaronson, PhD, and Adriana Feder, MD. The submission portal (as well as the award application portal) will open in mid-May. Please check the ADAA website for submission and conference updates. We look forward to welcoming you to San Antonio! #ADAA2020
ADAA offers a variety of webinars for mental health professionals. Most ADAA professional webinars offer CE/CME and AWSB credits.
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 – Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA, Lynne Siqueland, PhD and Ruth Lippin, LCSW, JD present:
Collaborating with Pediatricians: Tools & Techniques to Enhance Relationships & Care Coordination with Pediatricians in your Community
Eligible for 1 CE/CME Hour
Thursday, June 13, 2019 — David Rosmarin, PhD, ABPP presents:
Spirituality & Mental Health: What Clinicians Need to Know
Eligible for 1 CE/CME hour
Recent ADAA Recordings
Click here for a full listing of all on-demand webinars.
Based on member survey requests for more interactive educational initiatives, the Public Education Committee is pleased to announce our first online interactive Fall Forum which will address understanding and treating maternal anxiety and depression. The three-hour conversation will include discussions on the following topics:
Stay tuned for date/time and more details..
- Medications for maternal mental health issues
- Medication complexities during pregnancy and nursing
- Challenges associated with mood/anxiety across pregnancy and motherhood
- Maternal MH screening in pregnancy, post-partum, and infant visits
- Psychotherapy interventions for maternal MH issues
The ADAA Membership Committee is growing! Are you looking for a way to get more involved with ADAA? The Membership Committee is actively seeking new members from all member types and disciplines. We meet every other month for one hour online to discuss ways to engage members, recruit and retain members and most importantly, how to ensure that new members feel welcome! Your time commitment would only be a few hours every month. If interested or if you have additional questions, please contact the Committee Chair, Brian Schmaus, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Membership Director Lisa Patterson at email@example.com.
|Sharon Batista, MD|
Carrie Carlton, LCSW
Paul Chernyak, LPC
John Dacey, PhD
Lisa Elrom, PhD
Cordelia Grimes, MSW|
Jenny Marino, MS
Dolores Mortimer, MA
Beatrice Ochieng, MS
Brenda Yuen, LGPC
ADAA is proud to showcase the cutting-edge research conducted by our members. If you are interested in featuring your research lab, please download the flyer here or contact Astrid Masfar: firstname.lastname@example.org
New ADAA Member Blog Posts
Professional Blog Post
Understanding Complex Cases
by Kimberly Morrow, LCSW
Professional Blog Post
5 Ways to Increase Visibility and Advance Your Career Using Social Media
by Krystal Lewis, PhD
Public Blog Post
#MeToo: The Latest OCD Trigger
by Lynne Gots, PhD
New ADAA Member Webinar
What to Do When Your Kids Won't Let Go: Expert Tips for Overcoming Separation Anxiety
by Rachel Busman, PsyD
Have you been quoted in a recent news article/story? Please let us know so we can share your news with your ADAA colleagues and with our public community (here, through the website and via our social media platforms).
04/18/2019 Brain Scans Help Shed Light on the PTSD Brain, but They Cannot Diagnose PTSD, TheConversation.com, Arash Javanbakht, MD
04/18/2019 These Are The Best Books for People With Anxiety, According to Psychologists, GoodHousekeeping.com, Kevin Chapman, PhD and Ellen Hendriksen, PhD
04/17/2019 Ep. 38: Jon Hershfield — How to Find Relief from Unwanted Violent Thoughts in Harm OCD, SethGilihan.com, Jon Hershfield, MA, LMFT
04/17/2019 How to Handle Stress at Work, Health.Harvard.edu, Luana Marques, PhD and Nicole LeBlanc, MA
04/17/2019 New Treatment For Childhood Anxiety Focuses On Parents Instead Of Kids & It Makes A Lot Of Sense, Romper.com, Eli Lebowitz, PhD
04/17/2019 Depression Treatment: Finding Affordable Therapy, CareForYourMind.org, Kimberly Morrow, LCSW
04/16/2019 The Most Important Study I've Read on Parenting in the Age of Anxiety, Forbes.com, Eli Lebowitz, PhD
04/16/2019 How to Show Up for Someone You Love With Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Self.com, Katharine A. Phillips, MD
04/15/2019 The 5 Best Apps for People With Anxiety, According to Experts, GoodHousekeeping.com, Stephen Schueller, PhD
04/15/2019 Novel Suicide Prediction Tool Goes Beyond Patient Self-Reports, Igor Galynker MD, PhD and Jill Harkavy-Friedman, PhD
04/15/2019 New Approach To Managing Childhood Anxiety Treats Parents, Not Kids, ScaryMommy.com, Eli Lebowitz, PhD
04/15/2019 For Kids With Anxiety, Parents Learn To Let Them Face Their Fears, NPR.org, Eli Lebowitz, PhD and Anne-Marie Albano, PhD
04/12/2019 Ariana Grande shares brain scan and opens up about PTSD, CNN.com, Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD
04/11/2019 Kids and Stress: A Look at New Pressures Facing Teens Today, Today.com, Eli Lebowitz, PhD
Member Publications and Research News
Have you published a new book for consumers or professionals? Please let us know so we can highlight your new publication here and on the ADAA website.
ADAA is also interested in highlighting our members' research. Please send us your recent research news for us to post and share.
Call for PCORI Reviewers
PCORI funds large medical and mental health clinical effectiveness research projects and projects aimed at improving methods for conducting patient-centered outcomes research. These projects aim to answer questions relevant to patients and their caregivers. PCORI has a rigorous merit review process, which includes representation from scientists, patients, and other stakeholders, to ensure we select strong research applications that have the greatest chance of making an impact in the healthcare field.
To apply to become a PCORI reviewer, complete the application here.
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The first time Jessica Calise can remember her nine-year-old son Joseph's anxiety spiking was about a year ago, when he had to perform at a school concert. He said his stomach hurt and he might throw up. "We spent the whole performance in the bathroom," she recalls. Jessica decided to enroll in an experimental program, one that was very different from other therapy for childhood anxiety that she knew about. It wasn't Joseph who would be seeing a therapist every week — it would be her.
The program was part of a Yale University study that treated children's anxiety by teaching their parents new ways of responding to it.
HealthyDay News via UPI
Suicide attempts and talk about suicide are rising alarmingly among America's kids, with emergency departments seeing a near doubling of cases over less than a decade, a new study reveals.
Among children ages five to 18, suicidal thoughts and attempts led to more than 1.1 million ER visits in 2015 — up from about 580,000 in 2007, according to an analysis of U.S. data.
Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering via Medical Xpress
A new paper published in Nature Reviews Neurology suggests that recent advances in deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease could lead to treatments for conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, Gilles de la Tourette syndrome and depression.
Last fall, a person addicted to cocaine arrived at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. There, he or she watched a video of people using cocaine and was shown a small bag of what appeared to be either crack or powder cocaine, along with other drug-related paraphernalia. These cues were specifically designed to evoke memories of previous cocaine use and trigger intense craving. Shortly afterward, the individual was given a powerful pharmaceutical called propranolol that interferes with the brain’s ability to form memories. All of this may sound like a bad idea, but it’s actually a new and promising experimental treatment for addiction.
Lawson Health Research Institute via EurekAlert!
In a series of studies from Lawson Health Research Institute, Western University and ICES, researchers examined the impact of Canada's only early intervention program for youth with mood and anxiety disorders. Results suggest that treatment at the First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program at London Health Sciences Centre leads to improvements in patients' symptoms and functioning, access to psychiatric care in the most appropriate settings and fewer visits to the emergency department.
Cognitive behavioral therapy delivered through most methods was effective and well-tolerated for treating depression, a network meta-analysis found.
Patients undergoing individual, group, telephone, and guided self-help therapies showed reduced depressive symptoms compared with patients in usual care, although unguided self-help CBT was ranked lower than the other delivery formats, and was not more effective than normal care, reported Pim Cuijpers, PhD, of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in the Netherlands, and colleagues.
History of childhood trauma was linked to functional dysconnectivity in the brains of adults with major depressive disorder, even though brain imaging took place decades after trauma occurrence, according to results of a study with a large, multisite functional MRI dataset.
Nearly half of American youths struggle with a mental illness before turning 18, while 12 percent have experienced a bout of depression. But even though playing sports on a regular basis can boost physical and mental health, for some serious high-school athletes — many of whom train year-round and might need an athletic scholarship to afford college tuition — sports can be a key contributor to depression and anxiety.
University of California - Berkeley via Medical Xpress
The number of 18- to 26-year-old students who report suffering from anxiety disorder has doubled since 2008, perhaps as a result of rising financial stress and increased time spent on digital devices, according to preliminary findings released April 18 by a team of UC Berkeley researchers.
Parkinson's News Today
Yoga focused on mindfulness — a mental exercise focused on accepting oneself in the present — could lower anxiety and depression as well as motor impairment in people with mild to moderate Parkinson’s disease, a study says.
The study, “Effects of Mindfulness Yoga vs Stretching and Resistance Trainiang Exercises on Anxiety and Depression for People With Parkinson Disease: A Randomized Clinical Trial,” was published in the journal JAMA Neurology.
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