CBC Presents at ADAA Conference 2023

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Last week, the CBC team headed down to Washington, D.C., to present at the annual Anxiety & Depression Association of America (ADAA) conference.

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Dr. Joseph Taliercio, our Coordinator of Research, organized and led the symposium "Employing Intensive Brief Evidence-Based Treatment Programs to Combat the Current Mental Health Crisis." The following talks and presenters were included in this presentation

  • SAGE-F: A Promising Intensive Outpatient DBT Program for Emerging Adults and Families - by Dr. Suzanne Davino

  • Examining the Immediate Outcomes of Intensive 5-Day and 3-Day Selective Mutism Interventions - by Dr. Rachel Busman, Senior Director, Child and Adolescent Anxiety & Related Disorders Programs

  • A Brief, Intensive, Group-Based Treatment for Adolescents with OCD: Preliminary Results from the Adolescent OCD Intensive Program - by Dr. Lata McGinn, Co-Founder & Co-Director

Dr. Busman and Clinical Social Worker Rachel Lippin-Foster also participated in a case conference on complexity and family involvement in childhood anxiety and OCD.

Dr. McGinn and Dr. William Buerger, Director of Continuing Education, Director of Trauma Program, conducted a workshop on Psychological First Aid to Foster Resilience in the Wake of Traumatic Events.

Dr. Alec Miller, Co-Founder & Co-Director conducted two presentations: "Behind the Veil: Business Tips for Building a Mental Health Private Practice" with Dr. Dina Patel and "Increasing Access by Bringing Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) To Schools" with Dr. Mona Potter.

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The ADAA conference brings together over 1,100 clinicians and researchers nationwide and worldwide to present on anxiety, depression and co-occurring disorders.


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