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Free Downloads for 3 Months: Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Wednesday, March 7, 2018   (0 Comments)

On behalf of the New York State Psychological Association we deeply appreciate the opportunity for our members to be able to view the articles from the Conference that was held on November 21, 2015, which was titled "Health Disparities, Trauma, Disruptive and Criminal Behaviors and the Adolescent Brain."   We especially want to thank, Taylor and Francis, the publisher. In addition, we acknowledge the tireless efforts of both Dr. Susan Warshaw, Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy Editor-in-Chief, and Dr. Bonnee Price Linden, both NYSPA members, for this opportunity.  

Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy Volume 15, 2016 - Issue 3: Health Disparities, Trauma, Disruptive and Criminal Behaviors and the Adolescent Brain - Free Downloads for three months

The November 21, 2015, conference Health Disparities, Trauma, Disruptive and Criminal Behaviors and the Adolescent Brain, examined the national problem of youth incarceration by exploring research on the adolescent brain, trauma, poverty, racism, health disparities and mental health treatment. This special theme issue of the Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy provided an opportunity for selected authors to contribute original articles that capture their contributions to the conference event. The articles in this issue are now available for free download for the next three months.


Conference Developers and Co-Sponsors

The New York State Psychological Association: Division of Neuropsychology, Pediatric Committee and Teachers College, Columbia University: Department of Health and Behavior Studies, Center for Health Equity and Urban Science Education (CHEUSE), and the Research Group on Health Equity (RGHE)

Introduction to the Special Theme Issue on Health Disparities, Trauma, Disruptive and Criminal Behaviors and the Adolescent Brain: Conference Collaborators, Major Developments in Conference Planning, and Overview of the Articles

Carla Beckford Ph.D & Barbara C. Wallace Ph.D

The Conference Morning Keynote Address of Dr. Laurence Steinberg on the Age of Opportunity and Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence: With Introductory and Closing Commentary 

Barbara C. Wallace Ph.D

The Police, Black and Hispanic Boys: A Dangerous Inability to Mentalize 

Kirkland C. Vaughans Ph.D & Lisa Harris Ph.D

Biopsychosocial Influences That Promote and Impede Social Brain Maturation 

Paul J. Eslinger Ph.D & Melissa Long Ph.D., Pharm.D.

Connecting the Dots through a Case Report: A Child's Unmet Needs, Neuropsychological Impairment and Entrance into the Juvenile Justice System

Carla Beckford Ph.D

An Examination of Gendered Violence and School Push-Out Directed Against Urban Black Girls/Adolescents: Illustrative Data, Cases and a Call to Action 

Clare Parks M,A., Barbara C. Wallace Ph.D., Christopher Emdin Ph.D. & Ian P. Levy Ed.M.

Laying the Groundwork: Conceptualizing a Trauma-Informed System of Care in Juvenile Detention

Isaiah Pickens Ph.D.

Psychiatric Issues Among Adjudicated Youth: Challenges, Failures, and Successes 

Akeem Marsh M.D.

Juvenile Justice Reform in New York State

Thomas R. Andriola 

Creating Trauma-informed Sports Programming for Traumatized Youth: Core Principles for an Adjunctive Therapeutic Approach 

Lou Bergholz, Erin Stafford M.A. & Wendy D'Andrea Ph.D.