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Resilience: From Research to Practice
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 or, to sign up as a CDLP mentor, login to your AI portal and click on "CDLP Mentor Application.”
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.
Please note: there are a limited number of rooms available at prevailing federal rate at both hotels. Please call the reservations department to request a government rate and be prepared to provide proof of status during call and upon check in.
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 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
Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment-Resistant Depression
Presented by Paul Holtzheimer, MD (ADAA Board Member)
Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 12:00 pm EST
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is emerging as a potential intervention for patients with highly treatment-resistant depression (TRD). Early, open-label studies supported the safety and potential efficacy of DBS for TRD, but later randomized, controlled trials have yielded mixed results. This presentation will review the history of DBS for TRD, with a specific focus on DBS of the subcallosal cingulate (SCC) – the technique that has been most studied to date. The results of key trials will be critically evaluated, and recent research will be presented that provides a potential direction for further study of this promising intervention.
Recent On-Demand Webinars
Resisting Myths and Reducing Shame: Understanding the Impact of Rape Culture on the Prevalence of Sexual Assault Within the African American Community
Presented by Carmel Browne, LCSW
Eligible for 1 CE/CME credit
State of the Science: Interventions for Anxiety in Older Adults
Presented by Julie Wetherell, PhD, ABPP
Eligible for 1 CE/CME credit
Interested in presenting a professional webinar? Click here to download the ADAA Webinar Interest Form or contact Susan Bailey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Check Out ADAA’s “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. 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. Interested in responding to questions from the public? Contact Lise Bram at email@example.com.
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.
Read ADAA member Richa Bhatia’s, MD, FAPA answer to “Can I ‘get over’ my anxiety without seeking help?” here.
Taking Action - Raising Awareness: 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.
The My Cause My Cleats campaign is collaboration between the NFL and players in which players represent hundreds of charitable organizations whose missions they are passionate about. This year, DJ Chark Jr. from the Jacksonville Jaguars decided to support ADAA for the campaign! "I have lived with anxiety throughout my life and it has been something that has impacted me on and off the field. I believe that more awareness should be directed towards mental health, particularly with athletes. It is important to open up and talk about these issues, and I look forward to doing so during the My Cause My Cleats campaign."
Click here to read more stories of taking action!
Support ADAA’s End of Year Giving Campaign
Tis the season of giving! This time of year is the perfect time to reflect on all that you are thankful for and to consider giving back to organizations in your community whose mission and work you value. Please consider supporting ADAA in your end of year giving plans! You can make your financial gift today by:
Let us know why you support ADAA so we can share your thoughts on our social media platforms as we engage our community in our end-of-year giving campaign. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to explain why ADAA is so meaningful to you and your practice or research.
Your support allows ADAA to continue its mission of providing free access to helpful resources (such as those listed below) and support for those struggling with anxiety, depression, and related disorders:
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 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!
Ashley N. Clausen, Ph.D.
“I joined ADAA in 2013 during my first year of graduate school. My graduate school mentor, Dr. Robin Aupperle, provided an incredible opportunity for me to attend ADAA’s annual conference in 2013. My experience at the conference highlighted the strong commitment of ADAA towards early career professionals in anxiety, depression, and trauma-focused disciplines and provided a supportive outlet for professional development. ADAA has been one of the few communities that has provided interdisciplinary opportunities combining my interests in neurobiology, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder. ADAA quickly became my professional home and I became more and more involved in the ADAA community. My involvement in ADAA has not only increased my professional network, but my own confidence and expertise as a scientist-practitioner, as well through online trainings and seminars. In 2018 I joined the Early Career SIG leadership and further expanded my appreciation for all ADAA has to offer to its community! I look forward to cutting-edge research, having really excellent and stimulating conversations with experts in the field every year at the annual conference!”
Dr. Clausen is currently a post-doctoral research fellow at the VA VISN 6 MIRECC and the Duke Brain Imaging and Analysis Center in Durham, NC. Her research focus relates to the relationships between combat-related PTSD, neural (neuropsychological as well as neurobiological), and physical health in Veteran populations. Clinically, Dr. Clausen has advanced training in neuropsychological assessment, PTSD treatment, and health psychology interventions.
ADAA Member Benefit Alert!
ADAA offers two opportunities for our members to post job opportunities within their organization online. ADAA members can post opportunities to the Job Board free of charge (nonmembers may post opportunities for a small fee of $150).
ADAA Members can also share their opportunities on the Career Center within our members only online community, Social Link. To post, log into your member profile, click the “Quick Links” drop down menu, select “Career Center”, and follow the prompts.
Not an ADAA member yet? Join now to start networking, learning, and saving!
If you have questions about ADAA member benefits, email us at email@example.com.
New ADAA Member Blog Posts and Webinar
Fostering Mental Wellness for a Stress-Less Pregnancy
featuring Jenny Yip, PsyD, ABPP
Public On Demand Webinar
Managing Holiday Stress for the Stressed
by Karen Cassiday, PhD
Public Blog Post
Too Well-Off to Seek Help? The Model Minority Myth of Asian Americans
by Dahyeon Kim
Professional Blog Post
Health Anxiety: What Is It and How You Can Overcome It
Featuring: ADAA Board Member, Ken Goodman, LCSW
Public On Demand Webinar
|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).
12/14/2019 Holiday Parties Make You Squirm? Here’s How to Conquer Social Anxiety, NPR, Stefan G. Hofmann, PhD
12/13/2019 Democrats Agree on One Thing: They’re Very, Very Nervous, NYTimes.com, Mary Alvord, PhD
12/12/2019 Don't Stress the Utensils, AuburnVillager.com, Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA
12/12/2019 How To Respond To Nosy Questions From Family Over The Holidays, Bustle.com, Karen Cassiday, PhD
December, 2019 Somatic symptoms in treatment‐naïve Hispanic and non‐Hispanic patients with major depression, ADAA Depression and Anxiety Journal, Devon LoPao, PhD, Edward Craighead, PhD, Charles Nemerof, MD, PhD
12/08/2019 Dr. Sally Winston - Compulsive Checking and Reassurance Seeking, TheOCDStories.com, Sally Winston, PsyD
12/03/2019 A Mix Of Genes And Child Abuse May Lead To Mood Disorders, According To Austin Researcher, Texas Public Radio, Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD
12/03/2019 Finding Good Information, Philanthropy Journal, Beth Salcedo, MD
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: Depression and Anxiety in the Mix
Editorial: Trying to describe mixed anxiety and depression: Have we lost our way?
Roger Mulder, Darryl Bassett, Grace Morris, Amber Hamilton, Bernhard T. Baune, Philip Boyce, Malcolm Hopwood, Gordon Parker, Richard Porter, Ajeet B. Singh, Pritha Das, Tim Outhred, Gin S. Malhi
Comorbid anxiety in late‐life depression: Relationship with remission and suicidal ideation on venlafaxine treatment
Yasmina M. Saade, Ginger Nicol, Eric J. Lenze (ADAA member), J. Philip Miller, Michael Yingling, Julie Loebach Wetherell (ADAA member), Charles F. Reynolds III, Benoit H. Mulsant
Longitudinal association between panic disorder and health care costs in older adults
Johanna Katharina Hohls, Hans‐Helmut König, Dirk Heider, Hermann Brenner, Friederike Böhlen, Herbert Matschinger, Kai‐Uwe Saum, Ben Schöttker, Walter Emil, Haefeli André Hajek, Beate Wild
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.
ASSFN Biennial Meeting – June 20-23, 2020
The American Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery is excited to invite you to the ASSFN 2020 Biennial Meeting, held June 20–23, 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts. Functional neurosurgery is rapidly evolving, and this evolution is not only being driven by neurosurgeons, but by epileptologists, engineers, neuroscientists, NIH, DARPA, and industry. To address this complex and growing field, our program this year includes
leaders in the diverse arenas influencing our specialty.
ASSFN is pleased to partner with the American Epilepsy Society (AES) for the 2020 meeting. To this end, the Scientific Program Committee has created a program that will be of great interest to the entire membership, but with additional featured content specifically focused on epilepsy surgery. Also included in the program are cutting-edge advances in the field across the disciplines of engineering, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and many more. We invite all AES colleagues to attend the meeting!
Please click here to register or to view the program.
We Love Our Facebook Fundraisers
You and your Facebook friends can support causes that are important to you (like ADAA) by raising funds and awareness right on Facebook.
Read more and start your own fundraiser today.
Calling all live streamers!
You can reach new audiences and help raise awareness about ADAA's mission by creating a fundraising stream (or encouraging you friends to create a campaign or donate) on Tiltify.com that benefits ADAA's mission.
Shop Amazon Smile and Support ADAA
Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charity of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Select ADAA on AmazonSmile and support our work with every item you purchase. Shop today.
Fun ADAA Merch
Buy a gift for yourself and a loved one and support ADAA at the same time. Proceeds support ADAA's mission to provide free resources to those struggling with anxiety, depression, and co-occurring disorders. Shop ADAA's Store.
| || RESEARCH AND PRACTICE NEWS|
For the first time in decades, a fundamentally new drug became available for people with severe depression. A nasal spray called Spravato offers a new option for treating people whose depression hasn’t responded to other approaches. But there are still big questions about the drug’s effectiveness and safety.
Experiential avoidance may be a strong predictor of major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder in late adolescence, according to study results published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. While experiential avoidance may offer short-term relief from distress, in the long run it may allow psychopathological symptoms to persist, as individuals do not fully process their distress.
The influence of gut microbiota extends to the brain via neuroinflammation, resulting in changes in mood, cognitive function, anxiety, and other symptoms associated with major depressive disorder, according to a recent review article published in the European Journal of Neuroscience.
Primary care physicians are at the front lines for screening and treating depression.
Get insights on tools and strategies for routine screening and treatment of depression clinicians can use to ensure that patients are moving past getting “better” -- and are getting well. Learn More
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Hallucinogenic trips and addictive rushes of euphoria might be the first effects that come to mind when you think of MDMA. But the illicit party drug also has a potent effect on sociability, making users feel more connected to the people around them. And that's prompted research to study whether this MDMA benefit could help patients with PTSD, major depression and autism.
But is it possible for patients to solely reap MDMA’s social rewards?
University of York via EurekAlert!
Using a computerized version of cognitive-behavioral therapy to treat depression in children and young adults has the potential to improve access to psychological therapies and reduce waiting lists, a new study suggests.
Women who develop gestational diabetes may be more likely than those who do not to experience depression early in pregnancy and after delivery, according to findings published in Diabetic Medicine.
University of Kansas via EurekAlert!
If you're prone to depression, this holiday season you might want to say "bah humbug" to offers of sugar plum pudding, caramel corn and chocolate babka.
A new study from a team of clinical psychologists at the University of Kansas suggests eating added sugars — common in so many holiday foods — can trigger metabolic, inflammatory and neurobiological processes tied to depressive illness. The work is published in the journal Medical Hypotheses.
Some cases of anxiety, which often accompanies autism, may stem from a faulty immune system, according to a new study in mice.
The findings are the latest in a wave of research into the provocative idea that immune cells influence the brain and behavior — and contribute to conditions such as autism and anxiety.
But several scientists have expressed caution, saying the immune effects on the brain and behavior reported in the study seem unlikely.
Another party drug is showing signs of going legit as magic mushrooms cleared the first hurdle of tests required to become a treatment for depression.
The active ingredient in the mushrooms, psilocybin, was found to be safe and well tolerated when given to healthy volunteers in a study by researchers at King’s College London.
Washington University School of Medicine via EurekAlert!
New research suggests that physicians evaluating young patients with hip pain should consider more than such patients' physical health. They also should consider screening those patients for clinical depression and anxiety -- impairments that researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found can have a negative impact on outcomes following hip surgery, such as pain, slower recoveries and inadequate return to activity.
The findings were published online Dec. 12 in the American Journal of Sports Medicine.
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