Evidence-Based Approaches in Child and Adolescent Mental Health
This series is designed to provide health and mental health professionals, educators, and students with current strategies for understanding, identifying, and treating children with mental health problems. Each session will consist of a lecture reviewing current research and evidence, followed by a reception.
|10/27/2006||Understanding the peer relations of socially withdrawn children: Recent findings and implications for intervention||Julie Wojslawowicz Bowker, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, University at Buffalo||Webcast Powerpoint|
|12/1/2007||Developing and evaluating treatments for adolescents with ADHD||Steven W. Evans, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, James Madison University||Webcast Powerpoint (See "Evans" Below)|
|1/19/2007||Promoting social competence and positive peer relations among high-risk children with conduct problems: Integrating universal and indicated interventions||Karen L. Bierman, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University||Webcast Powerpoint|
|2/19/2007||A school-based program to prevent adolescent violence and related risk behaviors||David A. Wolfe, Ph.D., ABPP, Professor of Human Development and Applied Psychology, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto||Webcast Powerpoint|
|3/2/2007||Developmental Reading Disabilities: What Research has Taught Us About Etiology, Core Learning Deficits, and Effective Intervention||Maureen W. Lovett, Ph.D., C. Psych Associate Professor of Paediatrics, University of Toronto Director, Learning Disabilities Research Program, The Hospital for Sick Children||Webcast Powerpoint|
|4/20/2007||Childrens’ coping with interparental conflict||Patrick Davies, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, University of Rochestor||Webcast Powerpoint|