Schedule 2016

Wednesday March 9, 2016

4:00 p Program Check-In

6:00    National Keynote Speaker – Leanne Williams – CHILDHOOD TRAUMA AND ITS IMPACT ON EMOTIONAL BRAIN CIRCUITS, MOOD DISORDER AND TREATMENT OUTCOMES

7:00    Networking Reception and Exhibits

* Reception includes Host Bar and Hors d’oeuvres

8:30 p Adjourn

 

Thursday March 10, 2016

8:00 a Program Check-In, Breakfast and Exhibits

8:45   Opening Remarks with Rob Paul, PhD

9:00  National Keynote Speaker – Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

10:00   Break, Exhibits

10:15   Tony Buchanan, PhDTHE COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE OF ACUTE STRESS

10:40   Mike Griffin, PhDPSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS IN POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

11:05   Steven Bruce, PhDALTERED EMOTIONAL INTERFERENCE PROCESSING IN WOMEN WITH POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER. NEURAL IMPROVEMENTS AFTER COGNITIVE PROCESSING THERAPY.

11:30   Q & A Session

11:45   Lunch on your Own

1:00 p   Rachel Wamser-Nanney, PhDTHE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND NEUROENDOCRINE EFFECTS OF CHILDHOOD TRAUMA: IMPLICATIONS FOR TREATMENT

1:25   Vetta L Sanders Thompson, PhDUNDERSTANDING TRAUMA IN THE CONTEXT OF MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES

1:50   Brian Houston, PhDDISASTER MENTAL HEALTH: EFFECTS AND INTERVENTION

2:15   Q & A Session

2:30   Break, Exhibits

2:45   Terri Weaver, PhDVIOLENCE, DRUGS AND HEALTH: IMPLICATIONS FOR A TRAUMA-INFORMED APPROACH IN HEALTHCARE SETTINGS

3:10   John Constantino, MD“Damage Control,” the Science of Preventing Child Maltreatment Recidivism: Lessons from the SYNCHRONY Project

3:35   Ronda Reitz, PhDSTAGES OF HEALING: DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT) AND DBT-PROLONGED EXPOSURE (DBT-PE)
4:00   Jerry Dunn, PhDPREVENTING PTSD IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS AFTER ACUTE EXPOSURE OR DISCLOSURE: THE CHILD AND FAMILY TRAUMATIC STRESS INTERVENTION

4:25   Q & A Session

4:40   Rob Paul, PhD – Challenges and Opportunities in Traumatic Stress

5:00 p   Adjourn

 

* Schedule subject to change without notice