Abct 53rd Annual Convention November 21–24, 2019


Participatory Action in Research (PAR): Building


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Participatory Action in Research (PAR): Building 

Interventions From the Ground Up

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Grace Lee Simmons, B.S., The University of Alabama

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:  Brad J. Nakamura, Ph.D., University of Hawaii at Manoa

Earn 1 5 continuing education credits

All levels of familiarity with the material

Primary Category: Autism Spectrum and Developmental Disorders

Key Words: Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety, Dissemination



Involving Students, Parents, and Educators in the Development of a College 

Transition Program for Students With Autism

Susan White, Ph.D., The University of Alabama

Applying Business Innovation Methodology to the Development of a Technology 

to Facilitate Child Mental Health Treatment

Stephen Whiteside, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic

Patient Engagement in iCBT for Child and Adolescent Anxiety

Muniya Khanna, Ph.D., The OCD and Anxiety Institute

AutGO: Engaging Community, Clinical and Scientist Stakeholders in Research 

Hypothesis Development

Zohreh Talebizadeh, Ph.D., Children’s Mercy Hospital

Development of Virtual Reality Environments for College-age Youth With 

Anxiety: Who Needs Funding When You have Grit, a Bit of Sociopathy, and a 

Team of Devoted Collaborators!

Anne Marie Albano, ABPP, Ph.D., Columbia University Medical Center

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8:30 a m  – 10:00 a m 



L401-L403, Lobby Level

Symposium 10

Untangling the Intricate Relationship Between 

Alcohol Use and Social Anxiety: A Focus on Cognitive, 

Behavioural, and Emotional Processes in a Mixed-

Method Framework

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Jean-Philippe Gagné, M.A., Concordia University

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:  Julia Buckner, Ph.D., Louisiana State University

Earn 1 5 continuing education credits

Basic to Moderate level of familiarity with the material

Primary Category: Addictive Behaviors

Key Words: Alcohol, Social Anxiety, Risk / Vulnerability Factors



Impulsivity Impedes Maturing Out Among Socially Anxious Emerging Adults

Elena Bilevicius, B.A.H., M.Sc., University of Manitoba

Chantal Van Landeghem, B.A., University of Manitoba

Sherry Stewart, Ph.D., Dalhousie University

Simon Sherry, Ph.D., Dalhousie University

Matthew Keough, Ph.D., University of Manitoba

Examining the Link Between Social Anxiety and Alcohol Use: The Role of Post-

Event Processing

Emmanuel Kuntsche, Ph.D., La Trobe University

Roisin O’Connor, Ph.D., Concordia University

Avital Ogniewicz, Ph.D., Concordia University

Drinking and Thinking: Do Alcohol and Depression Affect Ruminative Thought 

Valence in Social Anxiety?

Marie-Eve Couture, Ph.D., Nova Scotia Health Authority

Susan Battista, Ph.D., Western University

Sherry Stewart, Ph.D., Dalhousie University

Amanda Hagen, B.S., Dalhousie University

Examining the Effects of Event-Level Mood Shifts on Alcohol Use and Problems 

in Socially Anxious Young Adults

Ghislaine Badawi, M.Sc., Concordia University

Alexandre Morin, Ph.D., Concordia University

Roisin O’Connor, Ph.D., Concordia University

Mayesha Khan, B.S., Concordia University

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Manipulating Alcohol Expectancies in Social Phobia: A Focus on Beliefs About 



Losing Control

Roisin O’Connor, Ph.D., Concordia University

Adam Radomsky, Ph.D., Concordia University

Jean-Philippe Gagné, M.A., Concordia University

8:30 a m  – 10:00 a m 

Imperial Salon B, Marquis Level

Symposium 11

How Can I Help this Angry Patient? Developments in 

the Understanding and Treatment of Dysregulated 

Anger

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Clair Cassiello-Robbins, Ph.D., Duke University Medical Center

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:  Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D., St. John’s University

Earn 1 5 continuing education credits

Basic level of familiarity with the material

Primary Category: Anger

Key Words: Anger / Irritability, Emotion Regulation



Increasing Risk for Negative Urgency: The Facilitative Roles of the Sympathetic 

Nervous System and Hostile Reactivity to Stress

Tory Eisenlohr-Moul, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Psychiatry

Erin C. Walsh, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Karen Derefinko, Ph.D., University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Department 

of Preventative Medicine



Jessica Peters, Ph.D., Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Department of 

Psychiatry and Human Behavior



Anger, Not Anxiety or Sadness, Moderates the Naturalistic Use and Effects of 

Emotion Regulation Strategies

Jane Heiy, Ph.D., VA Portland Health Care System

Jennifer Cheavens, Ph.D., The Ohio State University

Matthew Southward, M.A., The Ohio State University

Exploring the Effects of Two Modules From the Unified Protocol for 

Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders on Dysregulated Anger

Shannon Sauer-Zavala, Ph.D., Boston University

Leslie Brody, Ph.D., Boston University

David Barlow, Ph.D., Boston University

Clair Cassiello-Robbins, Ph.D., Duke University Medical Center

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Integrating Mobile Technology and Social Support With Cognitive Behavioral 



Therapy for Anger in Veterans With PTSD

Hilary Aralis, Ph.D., UCLA Fielding School of Public Health Department of 

Biostatistics



Clair Cassiello-Robbins, Ph.D., Duke University Medical Center

Patricia Lester, M.D., UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior

William Saltzman, Ph.D., California State University Long Beach

Greg Barish, Ph.D., Cal State East Bay

Eric Elbogen, Ph.D., Durham VA Medical Center, Duke University

8:30 a m  – 10:00 a m 

M104, Marquis Level

Symposium 12

The Feasibility of Exposure Therapy For Eating 

Disorders

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Jamal H. Essayli, Ph.D., Penn State College of Medicine

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:  Carolyn B. Becker, Ph.D., Trinity University

Earn 1 5 continuing education credits

All levels of familiarity with the material

Primary Category: Eating Disorders

Key Words: Exposure, Eating, Implementation



Patients’ Attitudes About Exposure Therapy, Open Weighing, and Other 

Treatments For Eating Disorders

Hana Zickgraf, Ph.D., University of Chicago

Susan Lane-Loney, Ph.D., Penn State College of Medicine

Jamal H. Essayli, Ph.D., Penn State College of Medicine

Eating Disorder Clinicians’ Perceptions of Exposure Therapy For Eating 

Disorders

Caroline Christian, B.S., University of Louisville

Iriana Vanzhula, M.S., University of Louisville

Cheri A. Levinson, Ph.D., University of Louisville

Feasibility and Outcomes of Interoceptive Exposure For Disordered Eating: A 

Single-Case Experimental Design

James Boswell, Ph.D., University at Albany, State University of New York

Lisa Anderson, Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Drew Anderson, Ph.D., University at Albany, State University of New York

Jennifer M. Oswald, M.A., University at Albany, State University of New York

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New Kid on the Block: Assessing the Effectiveness and Feasibility of Exposure-



Based Treatment For Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder in Youth

Colleen Naegele, M.S.W., Rogers Behavioral Health

Stephanie Eken, M.D., Rogers Behavioral Health

Bradley Riemann, Ph.D., Rogers Behavioral Health

Eric A. Storch, Ph.D., Baylor College of Medicine

Nicholas R. Farrell, Ph.D., Rogers Behavioral Health

8:30 a m  – 10:00 a m 

M106-M107, Marquis Level

Symposium 13

Evidence Based Treatments to Everybody: Feasibility 

and Efficacy of the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic 

Treatment of Emotional Disorders Around the World

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Jorge Osma, Ph.D., Universidad de Zaragoza e Instituto de 

Investigaci’on Sanitaria de Aragon

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:  Shannon Sauer-Zavala, Ph.D., Boston University

Earn 1 5 continuing education credits

Basic to Moderate level of familiarity with the material

Primary Category: Transdiagnostic

Key Words: Transdiagnostic, Emotion Regulation, CBT



Adaptation of the Unified Protocol (UP) With Vulnerable Populations: 

Contextual Adaptation Process, Outcomes and Future Directions With Victims 

of Armed Conflict in Colombia

Leonidas Castro-Camacho, ABPP, Ph.D., University of Los Andes

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Current Status of Research on the Unified Protocol for the Transdiagnostic 



Treatment of Emotional Disorders in Japan

Masaya Ito, Ph.D., National Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Research, 

National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry



hiroko Fujisato, Ph.D., National Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Research, 

National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry



Mitsuhiro Miyamae, Ph.D., National Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and 

Research, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry, National Institute of 

Neuroscience, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry

Yuko Shigeeda, Ph.D., National Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Research, 

National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry



Masaru Horikoshi, Ph.D., National Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and 

Research, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry



Noriko Kato, Ph.D., National Center of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Research 

National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry



Efficacy and Feasibility of the Unified Protocol in Group Format in Public 

Health Settings in Spain: Preliminary Results at 6 Months Follow-up

Oscar Peris, Ph.D. student, Instituto de Investigacion Sanitaria de Aragon

Carlos Suso-Ribera, Ph.D., Universitat Jaume I

Alba Quilez-Orden, Master student, Universidad de Zaragoza

Cristina Acuses, Master student, Universidad de Zaragoza

Jorge Osma, Ph.D., Universidad de Zaragoza e Instituto de Investigaci’on Sanitaria de 

Aragon


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Trans-diagnostic Versus Diagnosis-specific Group Cognitive Behavior Therapy 



For Depression and Anxiety Disorders: A Two-armed, Non-inferiority, 

Randomized Controlled Trial

Nina Reinholt, Ph.D., Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen University 

Hospital.Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical 

Science, University of Copenhagen

Morten Hvenegaard Pedersen, Ph.D., Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

University Hospital



Anne Bryde Christensen, Ph.D., Psychiatric Hospital Slagelse, Region Zealand Mental 

Health Services.Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health and 

Medical Science, University of Copenhagen

Anita Eskildsen, Ph.D., Department of PTSD and anxiety disorders, Aarhus University 

Hospital, Risskov



Stig Poulsen, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University 

of Copenhagen



Carsten Hjorthøj, Ph.D., Psychiatric Research Unit Gentofte, Copenhagen University 

Hospital


Nicole K. Rosenberg, Ph.D., Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

University Hospital



Mikkel Arendt, Ph.D., Department of PTSD and Anxiety Disorders, Aarhus University 

Hospital


Jasmin Reyaje Gryesten, Ph.D., Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

University Hospital



Ruth Aharoni Nielsen, Ph.D., Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

University Hospital,



Anja Johnsen Alroe, Ph.D., Department of Depression and Mania, Aarhus University 

Hospital


Clas Winding Christsensen, Ph.D., Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen 

University Hospital



Sidse M. Arnfred, Ph.D., Psychiatric Hospital Slagelse, Region Zealand Mental Health 

Services. Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical 

Science, University of Copenhagen

Nina Reinholt, Ph.D., Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen University 

Hospital. Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical 

Science, University of Copenhagen


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8:30 a m  – 10:00 a m 



M303, Marquis Level

Symposium 14

Strategies to Increase Caregiver Involvement in 

Treatment: Novel Workforces, Delivery Models, and 

System Reforms to Reach Underserved Populations

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Miya Barnett, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara

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:  Marc S. Atkins, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

Earn 1 5 continuing education credits

All levels of familiarity with the material

Primary Category: Parenting / Families

Key Words: Parenting, Community-Based, Service Delivery



Caregiver Attendance as a Quality Indicator Within a System-Driven 

Implementation of Multiple Children’s Evidence-Based Practices

Anna Lau, Ph.D., UCLA

Teresa Lind, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego

Blanche Wright, M.A., University of California, Los Angeles

Nicole Stadnick, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego

Lauren Brookman-Frazee, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego

Miya Barnett, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara

Impact of Peer Support Partners on Parent Engagement in Family Therapy

David Sommerfeld, Ph.D., MSW, University of California, San Diego

Rachel Haine-Schlagel, Ph.D., CASRC/San Diego State University

Engagement Strategies in Non-Traditional Service Models: Findings From 

Community Health Workers Implementing a School-Based Early Intervention 

Program

Marc S. Atkins, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

Dana Rusch, Ph.D., university of illinois at chicago

Davielle Lakind, Ph.D., University of South Carolina

Angela Walden, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

Erika Gustafson, M.A., Univeristy of Illinos at Chicago

Community Health Worker Perspectives on Engaging Latinx Parents: Differences 

for Mothers and Fathers

Miya Barnett, Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara

Juan Carlos Gonzalez, B.S., University of California, Santa Barbara

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8:30 a m  – 9:30 a m 



M304, Marquis Level

Symposium 15

What Protects or Harms the Mental Health of Sexual 

and Gender Minorities?: Examinations of Psychological 

Inflexibility, Experiencing Sexual Racism, and Religiosity

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Brooke Catlin, Metropolitan State University of Denver

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:  Matthew D. Skinta, ABPP, Ph.D., Roosevelt University

Earn 1 continuing education credit

All levels of familiarity with the material

Primary Category: LGBQT+

Key Words: LGBTQ+, Spirituality and Religion, Measurement



Examining Rejection, Internalized Stigma, Life Satisfaction, and Depression 

Among Transgender Individuals: The Moderating Role of Psychological 

Flexibility and Psychological Inflexibility

Yash Bhambhani, M.A., University of Mississippi

Maureen K. Flynn, Ph.D., Metropolitan State University of Denver

The Development and Validation of the Experienced Sexual Racism Scale

John Bentley, Ph.D., University of Mississippi

Karen Kellum, Ph.D., University of Mississippi

Kelly Wilson, Ph.D., University of Mississippi

Yash Bhambhani, M.A., University of Mississippi

Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin? The Impact of Religiosity on the Psychological 

Well-Being of LGBT Christians

Alan Gross, Ph.D., University of Mississippi

Shilpa Boppana, M.A., University of Mississippi

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8:30 a m  – 11:30 a m 



A706, Atrium Level

Workshop 1

Risk Reduction Through Family Therapy (RRFT): 

An Evidence-Based Treatment For Co-Occurring 

Substance Use Problems and PTSD Among Adolescents

Zachary Adams, Ph.D., Indiana University

Carla K. Danielson, Ph.D., MUSC

Earn 3 continuing education credits

Moderate level of familiarity with the material

Primary Category: Child / Adolescent - Trauma / Maltreatment

Key Words: Adolescents, PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder), Addictive Behaviors

Despite high rates of comorbidity between PTSD and substance use problems (SUP) 

in adolescents and adults, few integrated treatments have been rigorously evaluated to 

date. This slow pace of scientific advancement has left the state of practice stymied. Rea-

sons for this limited progress include compartmentalized mental health and addiction 

fields, long-standing clinical lore that it is unsafe to engage a youth or adult with SUP 

in exposure-based treatment due to concerns that exposure-induced distress will exacer-

bate SUP; and the challenges of doing comorbidity treatment outcome research. Risk 

Reduction through Family Therapy (RRFT) was developed and evaluated over the past 

15 years to address this gap (Danielson et al., 2010, 2012). RRFT is an exposure-based 

treatment that integrates evidence-based treatments for PTSD (TF-CBT) and substance 

use disorders (MST principles) to address these commonly co-occurring problems in an 

integrative fashion. Outcomes from 3 clinical trials, including a recently completed Stage 

II RCT (124 adolescents with co-occurring SUP and PTSD followed through 18-month 

post-baseline; Danielson, Adams, et al, under review), support the feasibility, safety, and ef-

ficacy of RRFT. Given the high rate in which SUP and PTSD co-occur in trauma-exposed 

adolescents, this Institute is offered to help meet the need for clinicians who serve this 

vulnerable population. The aim of this Institute is to provide attendees with an overview 

of and foundation in the RRFT treatment model. In the first part of the training, Drs. 

Danielson and Adams will briefly review SUP and other high-risk behaviors commonly 

observed in adolescents who have experienced traumatic events and will briefly describe 

the results from completed RRFT clinical trials. Next, the majority of the workshop will 

be dedicated to clinical training in the ecologically-based RRFT model. The trainers will 

describe the goals of each of the 7 RRFT treatment components and skills targeted in 

these components. Key interventions used in the Substance Abuse component and PTSD 

component will be of largest focus. The trainers will use a combination of activities, case 


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examples, and practice role plays to promote learning among attendees. Prior training in 



TF-CBT is highly recommended.

At the end of this session, the learner will be able to:

•  Describe the associations among substance use problems, other high-risk behav-

iors, trauma, and PTSD among adolescents

•  Explain the clinical and empirical rationale for taking an integrated and risk 

reduction approach to treatment with adolescents with co-occurring substance 

use problems and PTSD.

•  List the Fundamentals in implementing RRFT

•  Identify the goals and key skills targeted in each of the seven RRFT treatment 

components.

•  Complete an Ecological Functioning Assessment and Substance Use Problem 

Fit Circle as key interventions applied in RRFT



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