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DRAFT AGENDA

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Poster Presentations & Networking Reception
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm ~ Bayshore Ballroom

101. A Community Collaborative to Support LGBTQ+ Youth: The Saginaw Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Youth Advocacy Initiative
Heidi Wale Knizacky, MS, LLPAmy Kanouse, MPH, APPRECOTS Applied Research Consultants, Freeland, MI


102. Application of Experiential Treatments: Innovative Practices to Engage Clients from Multi-Stressed Environments
Bobbi Beale, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; Maurie Lung, MALife Adventures Counseling & Consulting, Seminole, FL; Tiffany Wynn, MA, Santa Fe Mountain Center, Santa Fe, NM


 103. Assessing the Utility of a Toolkit for Modifying Evidence-Based Practices to Increase Cultural Competence
Wendy Zeitlin, PhD, Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ


104. Nevada's Mobile Crisis Teams 
Kevin McGrath, MSNevada Division of Child and Family Services, Las Vegas, NV


105. Sensory Processing Deficits in Children That Have Experienced Trauma or Neglect
Heidi Sanders, MA, OTR/LUniversity of New Mexico Occupational Therapy Graduate Program, Albuquerque, NM


106. Assessing Youth Strengths from Caregiver and Youth Perspectives
Cynthia Killough, MAUniversity of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM


107. Now is the Time-Healthy Transitions (NITT-HT) National Evaluation Progress Update and Grantee Characteristics 
Heather Ringeisen, PhDAriana Napier, MAAmy Ryder-Burge, MSRTI International, Research Triangle Park, NC


108.  Towards Better Services for Transitional Aged Youth: Successes and Challenges in the Development and Implementation of a Dual Diagnosis Program 
Gretchen Conrad, PhDNick Schubert, MAKim Corace, PhDThe Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, The University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario 


109. "I Need a Young Adult”: How to Ensure Youth Voice is Heard and Respected 
Joel Danforth, MSW, Christine Furnari, BA, CPRP, Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, Boston, MA


110. The University of South Florida’s Master’s Program in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
Rick Weinberg, PhD, Chih-Chin Chou, PhD, USF, Department of Child and Family Studies, Tampa, FL 


111. Canadian Francophone Adolescents’ Identity, Stress and Coping
Cameron Montgomery, PhDUniversity of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario


112. Classroom-Community Consultation (C3) 10 Years after Hurricane Katrina: A Retrospective Look at a Collaborative, School-Based Referral Model
Madeline Y. Lee, MSSW, PhDCalifornia State University San Marcos, San Marcos, CA; Laura Danna, LCSW-BACSProject Fleur-de-lis, a program of Mercy Family Center, Metairie, LA; Douglas W. Walker, PhDMercy Family Center, Metairie, LA


113. A Case Study of Mentoring in Foster Care: An Exploratory Study 
Lynn Squicciarini, MSWUniversity of Kentucky, Lexington, KY


114. Bi-Cultural Wraparound Practices in New Zealand 
Ruth Gammon, PhDMassey University, Wellington, New Zealand


115. Sexuality Education Web Sites and Social Media for Adolescents: An Untapped (unmeasured) Resource  
Stephanie Diez, MSWFlorida International University, Miami, FL


116. Trauma-Informed Behavioral Parenting in Early Intervention
Heather Agazzi, PhDUniversity of South Florida Rothman Center for Pediatric Neuropsychiatry, St. Petersburg, FL; Emily Shaffer-Hudkins, PhDAlison Salloum, PhDCollege of Behavioral and Community Sciences,University of South Florida, Tampa, FL


117. Using State Administrative Data to Inform Children’s Behavioral Health Policy and Service Improvement
Barbara Lucenko, PhDWashington State Department of Social and Health Services, Olympia, WA


118. Applying a Human Rights and Social Justice Perspective to the Utilization of Evidence-Based Practice
Dana Marlowe, PhDFordham University, West Harrison, NY


119. "Angels in Disguise": Preliminary Focus Group Findings of Child Welfare Families Involved in a Federal Supportive Housing Demonstration 
Mitch Rosenwald, PhDBarry University, Miami Shores, FL


120. A Statewide Roll-out of Wraparound Services in Ohio: Implementation, Successes, and Lessons Learned
Scott Wingenfeld, MPAOhio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (Ohio MHAS), Columbus, OH; Chris Stormann, PhDJane Timmons-MitchellCase Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; Kraig Knudsen, PhDOhio MHAS, Columbus, OH


121. Adverse Childhood Experiences of Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth
Monica Landers, MA, MSWCollege of Behavioral and Community Sciences,University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Kimberly McGrath, PsyDCitrus Health Network Inc., Hialeah, FL; Norin Dollard, PhDCollege of Behavioral and Community Sciences,University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Researchers have well-established prevalence rates of trauma among vulnerable youth. However, the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) scale, has yet to be applied to commercially sexually exploited youth. Using data from an ongoing study evaluating a program intended to meet the needs of commercially sexually exploited youth, ACE questions were extrapolated from the CANS-CSE. Findings indicated that 88% of youth experienced four or more ACEs, and nearly half the sample (54%) experienced seven or more ACEs. The relationship between ACE scores and the emotional/behavioral needs of commercially sexually exploited youth were also assessed. 


122. Implementation of a Juvenile Court Program: Lessons Learned
Christy Brinkley, EdS Cheryl Nolan, MEd David Saarnio, PhDArkansas State University, State University, AR


123. Screening for Psychosis in a Transition-Aged Youth (TAY) Population 
Joanna Prout,  Sabrina EreshefskyMichael Tager Jason Schiffman Sharon Hoover StephanUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore, School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD


124. Adopting a Common Elements Approach to Psychiatry Training in Acute Care Settings: Exploring Course Satisfaction and Therapist Attitudes 
Elaina Zendegui, PsyD, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, White Plains, NY; Angela Chiu, PhD, Weill Cornell Medicine/New York-Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY


125. Young Adult Engagement: Innovative Approaches for Youth-Driven Programming
Michael Scanlon, Advanced Behavioral Health (CT STRONG; NITT-HT), Middletown, CT; Britney BidmeadStreet Smart Ventures, Hartford, CT; Valerie SaccoCommunity Health Center (CT STRONG; NITT-HT), Middletown, CT; Rai Crear Ally Kernan, Southwest Regional Mental Health Board, Norwalk, CT; Jessica GoldmanNAMI Connecticut, Hartford, CT


126. Addressing Barriers to Mental Health Treatment: Why Not Wraparound?
Raven Barrow, MFTI, MA, California School Of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Alhambra, CA 


127. Developing the SOC-ial Marketing Framework: An Analysis of the Children's Mental Health Initiative Social Marketing Efforts
Monique Thornton,  Amanda Vithidkul,  Chandria Jones, Glynis Jones, Westat, Rockville, MD

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