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Thursday | August 1, 2013 -- morning


8:00 AM

 

Author(s): Monte Bobele & Arnold Slive

Title: Walk-in/Single-session Therapy: Making the Most of Each Therapeutic Hour 

Date: August 1, 2013

Time: 8:00 AM-3:50 PM

Location: Kohala

ABPP Specialty Area: Couple and Family Psychology

Division Affiliation: 17, 29, 30, 43

Description: This workshop presents a unique model for providing psychotherapy that eliminates unintentional barriers that delay access to care between clients, especially the underserved, and service providers. The model takes advantage of clients’ readiness for change and the widespread acceptance of walking in for other services nowadays. Participants will learn: how to establish WI services in their practices to reduce wait lists and downtime from no shows; the principles of SST in WI services; and how to set appropriate client goals for SST. The aim is for workshop participants to leave able to organize and conduct culturally sensitive, cost-effective WI/SST in their home agencies and practices.

 

Author(s):  Shawn Powell, PhD, ABPP 

Title:  Assessment of Resiliency in Rural Public School Students
Date:  8/1/2013
Time:  8-8:50am
Location:  Kamehameha Exhibit Hall in the Convention Center
ABPP Specialty Area: 
Division Affiliation: 16

Description: Poster Session

 

Author(s): W. Douglas Tynan, Ph.D., ABPP 
Title: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act:  Implications for Integrated Pediatric Care
Date: 8/01/13
Time: 8:00 AM to 9:50
Location:  Room 302  B Convention Center 
ABPP Specialty Area: Clinical Child and Adolescent/Clinical Health
Division Affiliation: 54
Description:  Summary paper of a symposium on integrated primary care pediatrics linking advances in integrated care to the requirements of the patient protection affordable care act’s emphasis on efficiency and effectiveness of care.

 

Author(s): Christine M. Nezu, PhD, ABPP, Arthur M. Nezu, PhD, ABPP

Title: Focus on Depression, Comorbid Chronic Illness, and Returning Veterans,
Date: 8/1/2013
Time: 8:00 AM to 3:50 PM
Location: 
Description: CE Workshop 129: Problem-Solving Therapy

 

Author(s): Bartosik, E., Caterino, L. C., & Balles, J. Ph.D., Co-Author

Title: Poster - Effects of Schoolwide Prevention and Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports: A Review  (G-9)
Date: 8/1/2013
Time: 8am – 8:50am
Location: Convention Center, Kamehameha Exhibit Hall

ABPP Specialty Area: School Psychology

Division Affiliation: 16, 40

 

9:00 AM

 

Author(s): Stewart Cooper, PhD, ABPP
Title: Symposium - Consulting for Enhanced Performance of Elite Athletes and Creative Arts Performers
Date: Thursday 8/1/2013
Time: 9:00 am – 10:50 am
Location: Convention Center Room 313B
ABPP Specialty Area: Counseling and Organizational Psychology
Division Affiliation: 13 & 47
Description:   Coaching and consultation are useful and innovative modalities for enhancing the performance of elite athletes as well as creative artist performers such as dancers, opera singers, stage artists, actors, etc. This symposium seeks to enhance the participants' understanding of the application of these two general applied psychology modalities to provide assistance to individuals, teams, and organizations involved in the highest levels of performance.  The symposium will feature four diverse coaching and consultation based interventions as applied in a range of high performance contexts. The Discussant will highlight commonalities of these approaches using the framework for consultation developed by Daugherty (2010) and by organizational development as viewed by Cummings and Worley (2009).

 

10:00 AM

 

Author(s): Irving B. Weiner
Title: Psychological Assessment Is Here To Stay
Date: Thursday, August 1, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM - !0:50 AM
Location: Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort, South Pacific Ballroom l
ABPP Specialty Area: Clinical; Forensic
Division Affiliation: 12
Description:  Invited award address, Section IX (Assessment) of Division 12 (Society of Clinical Psychology)

 

11:00 AM

 

Author(s): James Spira, PhD, MPH, ABPP
Title: Influence of Combat Deployment on Psychological and Cognitive Functioning in Returning Troops
Date: August 1, 2013
Time: 11:00
Location: Kamehameha Exhibit Hall, Convention Center
ABPP Specialty Area: Clinical Health Psychology
Division Affiliation: Clinical Health Psychology, Military Psychology
Description: Understanding the effects of combat deployment on psychological and cognitive functioning in a sample of recently deployed US Marines compared to previously or never deployed Marines from the same Division.  Factors examined include combat exposure, number and recency of concussions, and symptoms of PTSD, Depression, Insomnia, and Persistent Postconcussive Symptoms.  Novel findings include the influence of multiple concussion on persistent postconcussive symptoms and functioning independent of that caused by PTSD or Depression; the impact of deployment on slowing cognitive function in general, and the relative benefits of simple reaction time versus more complex working memory assessments.

 

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