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This Saturday, December 7, 2:00 pm EST
Presented by ADAA Board Member Ken Goodman, LCSW
Health Anxiety – What Is It and How You Can Overcome It
ADAA board member Ken Goodman, LCSW, explains what health anxiety is and to overcome it. This live webinar will include a former health anxiety sufferer and will offer a Q&A opportunity. Please share with your colleagues and clients. We also invite you to read Ken's corresponding Health Anxiety blog post.
There is a $10 registration fee for this live webinar with all proceeds benefiting ADAA's free public educational resources. ADAA encourages you to share this opportunity with your clients.
Please note that this webinar is not eligible for CE/CMEs.
|ADAA Professional Education
ADAA offers a variety of webinars for mental health professionals. Most ADAA professional webinars offer CE/CME and AWSB credits. Sign up today to make sure you don’t miss out on these educational opportunities.
Live Webinar Just Announced - Thursday, December 12, 2019 – Carmel Browne, LCSW
Resisting Myths and Reducing Shame: Understanding the Impact of Rape Culture on the Prevalence of Sexual Assault Within the African American Community
Eligible for 1 CE/CME credit
One of the biggest barriers faced by African American female survivors who choose to disclose their abuse is a hostile environment and a tendency towards justification, particularly when the alleged offender happens to be a man of influence. This workshop will explore those barriers and provide strategies for service providers and focus on rape myths and how they support and perpetuate rape culture.
Recent On-Demand Webinars
State of the Science: Interventions for Anxiety in Older Adults
Presented by Julie Wetherell, PhD, ABPP
Eligible for 1 CE/CME credit
Spotlight on Maternal Mental Health: Treatment and Research
Presented by Joy Burkhard, MBA; Catherine Monk, PhD; Margaret Altemus, MD; and Rahil Briggs, PsyD
Eligible for 3 CE/CME hours
(This webinar is not eligible for NBCC credit.)
Interested in presenting a professional webinar? Click here to download the ADAA Webinar Interest Form or contact Vickie Spielman (email@example.com)
March 19-22, 2020
San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter
101 Bowie Street - San Antonio, Texas
The ADAA 2020 40th Annual Conference (March 19-22, San Antonio, TX) will bring together an expected 1,400 clinicians and researchers from across the US and around the world who want to improve treatments and find cures for anxiety, depression, and co-occurring disorders. Choose from 160+ sessions, hear engaging plenary speakers, learn about cutting-edge thinking in research and clinical practice, and earn CEs and CMEs.
#ADAA2020 Special Sessions and Events
Thursday, March 19
Friday, March 20
Saturday, March 21
Don’t miss out on early bird registration rates: register now! ADAA members enjoy a significant discount on registration fees. Make sure you sign up before January 13, 2020 to get the early bird registration rate.
Is your clinic or institution sending 4 or more attendees to #ADAA2020? Click here to learn how you can save even more through Group Registration discounts. Group Discounts are available to current ADAA members only.
Sign Up to be a CDLP Mentor!
Interested in mentoring an early career professional? Sign up today to mentor an #ADAA2020 Career Development Leadership Program (CDLP) awardee. ADAA has a longstanding tradition of providing CDLP award winners with a senior mentor from ADAA membership and mentors play a key and invaluable part of the CDLP program's success. Mentoring takes place at the ADAA annual conference and involves a whole day commitment. Learn more here and sign up today.
Main Stage Event – ADAA is Turning 40!
Plan now to stay through Saturday night at #ADAA2020 to help ADAA celebrate our 40th Anniversary at the Marriott Rivercenter. This festive evening will feature live entertainment, awards recognition, tributes to our longtime ADAA members, a memorable culinary experience, opportunities to meet and network with ADAA members and peers, and more.
Book Your Hotel Room Today! Rooms Will Sell Out Fast in San Antonio.
The San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter - #ADAA2020 Conference Hotel |
The 2020 ADAA Annual Conference (March 19-22) will be held at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter (101 Bowie Street, San Antonio, TX 78205) on the San Antonio River. Conference activities, including all sessions, exhibits, and receptions, take place at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter, which will be newly renovated in February. Plan to be there Saturday night (March 21) to help ADAA celebrate our 40th Anniversary! Rooms sell out quickly in San Antonio – so don’t delay!
Special ADAA Rate: $229
La Quinta San Antonio Riverwalk|
La Quinta is located directly across the street from the headquarters hotel and a one-minute walk to the conference rooms at the Marriott Rivercenter. A complimentary breakfast is provided for overnight guests. Rooms sell out quickly in San Antonio – so don’t delay!
Special ADAA Rate: $199
Please reserve your room prior to February 24, 2020.
Thank you to our Current #ADAA2020 Supporters and Sponsors
Rogers Behavioral Health
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
BECK Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Cohens Veterans Network
Collaborating with ADAA provides an opportunity to reach ADAA’s vast network of psychiatrists, social workers, psychologists, counselors, and therapists before, during, and after the conference. Invest in your customer relationships and make an impact. Interested in sponsoring at #ADAA2020? Please contact Lise Bram.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Eating Recovery Center/Insights Behavioral Health
IER Biopharma Medical
Kennedy Kreiger Institute, KSADS-COMP, LLC
Lido Wellness Center
Mountain Valley Treatment Center
Psychological Health Center of Excellence (PHCoE)
Renewed Freedom Center
Rogers Behavioral Health
We invite you to join 1,400+ US and global leaders and experts in mental health and to engage with 400-500 new exhibit hall visitors daily. The Partner Solutions Hall is the center of the conference – on the same floor as all session rooms – it's the place to be! The Partner Solutions Hall will host many activities, including the Welcome Reception and Hall Grand Opening, reboot breaks, and more. Come help us celebrate our 40th Anniversary. Please contact Lise Bram for more information about exhibiting.
The Partner Solutions Hall Grand Opening is sponsored by Rogers Behavioral Health.
ADAA Celebrates GivingTuesday
GivingTuesday is a global day of giving celebrated the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. GivingTuesday allows individuals to come together to support those causes whose missions are meaningful to you. ADAA was thrilled to participate in GivingTuesday this year. Funds raised allow us to continue to provide critically needed free community resources including blog posts, webinars, our Find-A-Therapist and telemental health provider directories, and more. Many thanks to everyone who participated in this year’s campaign.
ADAA Launches "Ask a Therapist" Column
ADAA is pleased to provide a forum for FAQs that we receive from our public community. We forward all questions to one of our ADAA professional members and they respond here. We share these questions and answers on our website, through our social media platforms and in our monthly "Ask an ADAA Therapist" e-newsletter column in our monthly issue of Triumph. Have a question? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read ADAA member Dominque Apollon’s (MA, LPC, NCC) answer to “How do I know if I should be on medication for anxiety or depression?” here.
ADAA Welcomes Susan Bailey, Senior Manager: Program Education
ADAA is delighted to welcome Susan Bailey to the ADAA team. Susan brings more than 17 years of experience in training development and logistics for members in the medical association world. Prior to joining ADAA, she worked at the Association of Public Health Laboratories leading a team that provided service to students accessing online and face-to-face training both nationally and internationally. Susan has experience helping training partners and stakeholders think strategically about return on investment. Her passion is understanding the training needs of member communities and maximizing technology platforms to improve the learner experience. Customer service is her focus. Susan has experience in registration databases, learning management platforms, and online learning communities. She also has many years of conference planning and volunteer management leadership. Susan's goal is a programming experience that is seamless and rewarding. Susan received her BA degree in English from SUNY Binghamton in Binghamton, New York and a Masters of Public Administration (specializing in non-profit management) from American University in Washington, DC.
Taking Action - Supporting ADAA’s Mission
ADAA frequently posts and shares how our public community is taking action and raising awareness focused on how people living with anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive, and trauma-related disorders have struggled, coped, and triumphed.
This is Jasmine's story.
“For my senior thesis after three years in the film program, my film teacher told us to try and write a script based on something important or meaningful to us. After a few drafts, I decided to write about my OCD. I felt that a lot of people don't know that OCD isn't just the need to be organized and clean; it is so much more and much more debilitating. I would spend three hours a night or more doing rituals only to go to bed late because of them. It was infuriating and exhausting to do them and hide my behavior in fear that people wouldn't understand and think it was weird. I feared people would get mad at my irrational behavior.”
Click here to read Jasmine's full story and other stories of taking action!
ADAA Member News
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We encourage all of our new members to join the new ADAA online member community, SocialLink, today to start connecting!
Moms Without Worry Radio Show Premiers December 6
Join ADAA Board Member and Past President Karen Cassiday, PhD, ACT this Friday, December 6th at 5pm EST on BBM Global Network and Tunein Radio live for Moms Without Worry. ADAA member Karen Martinez, MD, MSc will be the guest on this inaugural show. Listeners can call in to comment or ask questions.
Child and Adolescent SIG hosting presentation of “Feasibility and Acceptability of a Toolkit to Facilitate Clinician Use of Exposure Therapy for Youth”
On Tuesday, December 10 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ADAA member Emily M. Becker-Haimes will be presenting will present the study “Feasibility and Acceptability of a Toolkit to Facilitate Clinician Use of Exposure Therapy for Youth” as part of the Child and Adolescent SIG’s monthly call. This study reports on the acceptability and feasibility of a clinician support toolkit for exposures with anxious youth in community settings. The toolkit was developed through an extensive literature review of exposure science and cited barriers to exposure therapy, with input
from multiple experts in pediatric anxiety (n = 10).
If you are not already a member of the Child and Adolescent SIG please contact us at email@example.com to be added to the call. SIG calls are open to ADAA members only. Not a member yet? Join now.
Simon A. Rego, PsyD ABPP ACT
“I have been an active member of the ADAA since joining in 2007! I started getting involved by presenting a poster at the annual conference in Savannah, Georgia in 2008 and don’t think I’ve missed a conference since joining! I love the mission, focus, and multidisciplinary membership of ADAA. It’s also just the right size to be comprehensive in what it can offer, while still being nimble enough to address emerging issues in the field and meet the needs of its members.”
“There’s a real sense of community –and not just at the conference. It creates opportunities to connect throughout the year with colleagues with research and clinical backgrounds, at all levels of training, and across various disciplines.”
“Over the years, I’ve been able to participate in the association as a poster presenter, as well as both a panelist and chair of several clinical roundtables and workshops. I’ve also been able to get involved in the association’s governance, first as a committee member, then as a committee chair, and finally, as a member of the Board of Directors! More recently, I was honored to have been selected to lead a master clinician session at the 2020 conference in San Antonio, TX. Following this, I, along with my esteemed colleague here at Montefiore Medical Center-Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Dr. Jonathan Alpert, will be co-chairing the 2021 conference in Boston, MA! All of this has helped my work in terms of making connections for collaborations, strengthening my CV for academic promotion, and helping with patient referrals for my practice.”
“It really is an organization with something for everyone. It is especially welcoming of more junior members and emphasizes integrating diverse perspectives. We are all going to work with patients with anxiety and depression during the course of our careers, so I can’t imagine why someone in our field would not want to join! What better way to stay on top of current developments?”
Dr. Rego is the Chief Psychologist, Director of Psychology Training, and Director of the CBT Training Program at Montefiore Medical Center, the academic medical center and University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, New York. He is also an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, one of the nation's premier institutions for medical education, basic research and clinical investigation.
ADAA Member Benefit Alert!
ADAA offers nine Special Interest Groups available to members only. These SIGs allow our members access to resources and knowledge about specific topics and many SIGs host monthly peer consultation calls that let colleagues learn and gain guidance from each other. ADAA SIGs are focused on the following topics:
Interested in joining a SIG (or two)? log into your ADAA member profile and click groups in the green menu at the top of your screen. From there you’ll see a list of available groups and the option to click to join.
- Child and Adolescent
- Complimentary and Integrative Health
- Early Career Professionals and Students
- Genetics and Neuroscience
- Multicultural Advances
- OCD and Related Disorders
- Social Anxiety
- Women’s Mental Health
Not an ADAA member yet? Join now to start saving!
If you have questions about ADAA member benefits, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New ADAA Member Blog Posts and Webinar
How to Cope with Trauma After an Accident
by Dominique Apollon, MA, LPC, NCC
Distinguishing Suicidal Ideation from Intrusive Self-Harm OCD
by Michael Heady, MA, LCPC
Barn Life Recovery is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of anxiety, depression, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders through our intensive outpatient and day programs. At our holistic recovery center, our staff encourages evidence-based healing practices (synthetic-free psychology, relapse prevention, meditation, Tai Chi, and martial arts) within an idyllic setting. Let’s partner and change lives together.
|ADAA Members in the Media — Recent Articles
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).
12/03/2019 Finding Good Information, Philanthropy Journal, Beth Salcedo, MD
12/02/2019 As Suicides Rise, More Attention Turns to the People Left Behind, Wall Street Journal, Katharine Shear, MD
11/25/2019 A “Virginity Test” Belies Its True Harmful Meaning, Bustle.com, Michelle Lozano, MFT
11/23/2019 Social Anxiety: Beware the Silken Trap of Safety Behaviors, NationalSocialAnxietyCenter.com, Suma Chand, PhD
11/23/2019 There are Ways to Overcome Your Fear of Flying, IOL, Martin Seif, PhD, ABPP
11/22/2019 Memory Is Key To A Strong Relationship, A Study Says, But That’s Not Always Helpful, Bustle.com, Sheila Rauch, PhD, ABPP
11/20/2019 3 Hours of Exercise a Week May Lower Your Depression Risk, NYTimes.com, Karmel Choi, PhD and Jordan Smoller, MD, ScD
11/18/2019 Here’s What I Tell My Patients Who Are Worried About ‘Antidepressant Withdrawal’, Self.com, Caroline DuPont, MD
11/17/2019 Depression: 35 Extra Minutes of Exercise Daily Slashes Risk, MedicalNewsToday.com, Karmel Choi, PhD and Jordan Smoller, MD, ScD
11/15/2019 Lavender Promising for Anxiety but Evidence Base Needs to Grow, Medscape.com, Luana Marques, PhD
11/13/2019 More Data Needed to Identify Treatments for Child Sex Trafficking Survivors in Texas, Experts Say, Kxan.com, Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD
ADAA Member News & Publications
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.
|Depression and Anxiety Journal News
Volume 36, Issue 11
FOCUS ON: The Gut Microbiome and Mental Health; and PTSD Potpourri
The gut microbiome in psychiatry: A primer for clinicians
Michael Van Ameringen ADAA Member), Jasmine Turna, Beth Patterson (ADAA member), Amy Pipe, Randi Q. Mao, Rebecca Anglin, Michael G. Surette
Predictors of multiple domains of functioning in Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder: Results from the Mind Your Heart Study
Melanie B. Arenson BS, Shannon E. McCaslin PhD, Beth E. Cohen, MD, MAS
Associations of PTSD, chronic pain, and their comorbidity on cannabis use disorder: Results from an American nationally representative study
Elena Bilevicius, Jordana L. Sommer, Gordon J.G. Asmundson (ADAA Member), Renée El‐Gabalawy
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. A priority is placed on papers focusing on treatment, as well as those providing cutting-edge reviews of key areas and issues, in order to enhance the clinical evaluation and care of individuals struggling with the effects of these disorders. All submissions are peer-reviewed; there is no handling or publishing fee.
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
Interested in submitting an article? View the Depression and Anxiety Submissions Guidelines.
UNC Chapel Hill Diversifying Psychology Weekend: March 26-28, 2019
The UNC Diversifying Psychology Weekend is an opportunity for talented ethnic/racial minority undergraduates and recent college graduates invested in pursuing doctoral level training in clinical and/or developmental psychology. The program will include seminars, panel discussions, and workshops on the various components of a graduate school application (e.g., personal statement, vita) with the aim of assisting students in developing a competitive application. Students will have the opportunity to meet with UNC clinical and developmental psychology doctoral students and faculty in both formal (e.g., seminars) and informal settings. Additionally, students will get an introduction to the UNC programs in clinical and developmental psychology, as well as to graduate training in psychology more broadly. Travel, housing, and meals are provided for all attendees. The application deadline has been extended to January 3, 2020. Letters of recommendation and transcripts will be accepted up to one week after the application deadline (until January 10, 2020).
For more information and to complete the application, please click here: https://clinicalpsych.unc.edu/diversifying-psychology-weekend/.
For information on UNC’s Clinical Psychology program, click here: https://clinicalpsych.unc.edu/.
For information on UNC’s Developmental Psychology program, click here: https://devpsych.unc.edu/.
UNC also offers joint training across our six Psychology graduate programs: https://psychology.unc.edu/graduate-studies/.
Funding Opportunity For Treatment Protocols to Reduce Severe Suicide Risk
The National Institute of Mental Health is issuing a Funding Opportunity Announcement to test the feasibility and safety of treatment protocols for rapid-acting interventions that could potentially reduce severe suicide risk.
NIMH is interested in:
Applications are due by 5:00 PM local time of the applicant organization on February 26, 2020.
- Existing interventions including pharmacological, psychosocial and behavioral, and device-based approaches, alone or in combination, and
- Research aimed at reducing suicide events, including ideation, attempts, and death, and emergency department visits and hospitalization.
WCP 2020 – The 20th World Congress of Psychiatry
The 20th World Congress of Psychiatry (WCP 2020) will take place October 14-17, 2020 in Bangkok, Thailand. This is a unique multidisciplinary forum for colleagues from around the world to meet and discuss a variety of topics, generating stimulating debates and fruitful collaborations. Join leading experts and other allied healthcare professionals for this outstanding opportunity to take part in educational sessions and networking opportunities.
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| || RESEARCH AND PRACTICE NEWS|
Climate medicine: What was once on the radar of just a handful of physicians has exploded into awareness, alarm, and sometimes debate and skepticism. No matter how you look at it, psychiatrists are on the front lines of treating depression, PTSD and other anxiety disorders, trauma, and outright fear in patients subject to major changes in our environmant.
Anxiety is viewed as the result of an underlying biological drive to preserve and maintain our wellbeing. At the extremes, if unresolved, this drive can be maladaptive, particularly if activated over prolonged periods of time. This paper proposes that depression is the result of a biological drive that mediates the effects of maladaptive levels of anxiety.
Radiological Society of America via EurekAlert!
MRI illuminates abnormalities in the brains of people with depression, potentially opening the door to new and improved treatments for the disorder, according to two studies presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.
Primary care physicians are at the front lines for screening and treating depression.
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As soon as clinical psychologist Eynav Accortt joined Cedars-Sinai in July 2015 as an assistant professor in the OB-GYN department, she realized the hospital’s screening process wasn’t working for pregnant women. An estimated 13.9 percent of mothers in Los Angeles experience symptoms of depression—such as feeling sad, empty, or depressed for most of the day and losing interest in most things they usually enjoyed—while they are pregnant, and 13.6 percent do during the two weeks or longer after their delivery. And yet fewer than one percent of the nearly 7,000 women who delivered babies at Cedars-Sinai every year were screening positive for depression.
The CT Mirror
A recent study by the Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut shows that evidence-based treatments are significantly more effective than “treatment as usual,” or ordinary “talk therapy.” Further, the disparity for black and Latino children, who don’t show as much improvement in traditional talk therapy as white children, was reduced or even eliminated when they were provided with an evidence-based therapy, the study showed.
Why is it that some children thrive in the worst circumstances while others are remarkably sensitive? Tom Boyce, a pediatrician and researcher at University of California San Francisco, has been asking that question for more than 40 years.
Previous studies have shown that living in communities characterized as deprived can lead residents of those areas to rate their health as suboptimal and experience early death. Through a new study, researchers wanted to know if living in a deprived area can also influence the mental health of men and women – even after accounting for personal circumstances. That is, even after you take people’s socioeconomic status into account, does a person’s residential environment still affect their mental health?
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder may be at an increased risk for depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety diagnoses than those without ASD, according to results of a population-based cohort study published in JAMA Pediatrics.
Society for Neuroscience via ScienceDaily
Rats susceptible to anhedonia, a core symptom of depression, possess more serotonin neurons after being exposed to chronic stress, but the effect can be reversed through amygdala activation, according to new research in JNeurosci.
Children and adolescents with arrhythmia disorders are more likely to be diagnosed with depression, anxiety or ADHD than those without them, according to data presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Session.
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