Talk:JCCAP FDF/2018/Day 2

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Block I: Future Directions Address 1: "Evidence-Based Youth Psychotherapy in the Mental Health Ecosystem" (9:10 am-10:10 am)[edit source]

Block I Break Out Discussions for Future Directions Address 1 (10:15 am-11:00 am[edit source]

Dr. Jonathan S. Comer, Ph.D.[edit source]

Dr. Joshua M. Langberg, Ph.D.[edit source]

Dr. Tara S. Peris, Ph.D.[edit source]

Block II Future Directions Address 2: "Future Directions in Research on Structural Stigma and Sexual Orientation Disparities in Mental Health Among Youth" (11:00 am - 12:00 pm)Dr. Mark Hatzenbuehler, Ph.D.[edit source]

RE: The finding that adjusted odds ratio for dysthymia in states with 1+ protective policies is NO different based on sexual orientation (unlike GAD, PTSD, comorbidity, for which LBG individuals do have a 1.5+ higher likelihood of dx than heterosexual individuals). I can't help but wonder about possible implications for understanding the origins of dysthymia... (coming from someone without high familiarity with dysthymia literature). --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 15:44, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

  • Re: blunted cortisol reactivity finding - Maybe structural stigma should be added to the ACES list? --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 16:03, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

GUTS dataset . --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 16:07, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

HIV Prevention Interventions to Reduce Sexual Risk for African Americans: The Influence of Community-Level Stigma and Psychological Processes (Reid et al., 2014) . --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 16:11, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

The Esteem Program - LGBTQ-affirmative Mental Health Treatments (J. Pachankis) . --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 16:43, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

Block II Break Out Discussions for Future Directions Address 2 (12:05 pm - 12:50 pm[edit source]

Dr. Deborah A.G. Drabick, Ph.D.[edit source]

Great discussion about advocacy & policy change to address structural stigma with Deborah Drabick. Thanks Matt Lerner for letting us know about advocacy organizations like FABBS - helping bridge the gap between research & policy. --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 17:04, 16 June 2018 (UTC) Helpful resource re: disseminating information/advocating Farberman R.K. (2013) Strategies for Successful Interactions with the News Media. In: Prinstein M. (eds) The Portable Mentor. Springer, New York, NY --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 21:10, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

Dr. Dexter R. Voisin, Ph.D.[edit source]

Block III Future Directions Address 3: "Future Directions in Sleep and Developmental Psychopathology" (2:00 pm - 3:00 pm)Dr. Lisa Meltzer, Ph.D.[edit source]

Joke worth remembering: "You can sleep when you're dead." "True. Typically you'll be dead a lot faster." :D --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 18:09, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

Fitzgerald, Messias, & Buysse (2011): Teen Sleep and Suicidality: Results from the Youth Risk Behavior Surveys of 2007 and 2009. (Smiley face of death study) . --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 18:20, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

These findings on the impact of sleep restriction really highlight urgent need for dissemination of knowledge/research results - parents NEED to know this, as well as clinicians. --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 18:24, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

Great quote: "100% of children and adolescents sleep" :) --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 18:58, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

Allison Harvey's transdiagnostic treatment research: Sleep and Mood Research Clinic On changing school start times: "We don't care if traffic's going to change. Traffic is a grown-up problem. We're in the business of educating children." Admirable, indeed! --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 19:03, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

PROMIS Health Measures: --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 19:36, 16 June 2018 (UTC)

Block III Break Out Discussions for Future Directions Address 3 (3:05 pm-3:50 pm)[edit source]

Dr. Candice Alfano, Ph.D.[edit source]

Dr. Reut Gruber, Ph.D.[edit source]

Dr. Eric A. Youngstrom, Ph.D.[edit source]


Privilege of later start times/impact on working families Putting knowledge to use (D&I):

  -Training teachers/school counselors to teach about health hygiene
  -Getting information to parents & schools - particularly conveying message to parents about the importance of sleep
  -Increasing clinician awareness of impact of sleep in assessment & intervention

Sleep is not a significant factor in standard intake assessments in a lot of settings (maybe behavioral pediatrics is a good model?) Methodological challenges - assessment Sleep is interwoven in everything we see in terms of psychopathology; it's not a separate area of training - how do you disentangle sleep from the myriad of other factors? (Beware falling into the trap of "the rule of the tool") --AbbyAraCUA

Ideas: Infographics by age! Educate kids, as well as adults - e.g., infographics for kids, adding a sleep module to MATCH, coping-cat style intervention

  • Eric, can you share some good refs regarding the blue light-pineal gland-sleep connections? --AbbyAraCUA (discuss • contribs) 19:56, 16 June 2018 (UTC)
  • Flux - program to reduce blue light: --AbbyAraCUA

Block IV Future Directions Address 4: "Future Directions for Clinical Research, Services, and Training: Evidence-Based Assessment Across Informants, Cultures, and Dimensional Hierarchies" (4:00 pm - 5:00 pm)Dr. Thomas M. Achenbach, Ph.D[edit source]

Block IV Break Out Discussions for Future Directions Address 4 (5:00 pm-5:45 pm)[edit source]

Dr. Matthew D. Lerner, Ph.D.[edit source]

  • Discussion questions:
  • How do we generalize these principles beyond the ASEBA? Feasibility is difficult..
  • The last norms in the U.S. were established 20 years ago - much has changed since them. Means may have changed... additionally, meaning of constructs may have changed.
  • Are there limitations to multicultural norms?


Dr. Leslie A. Rescorla, Ph.D[edit source]