A Virtual Clinical Lunch (VCL) is a talk posted online that you may use for your brown-bag or lunch series, if you would like. Simply use the link to watch as a group (followed by your own discussion within your program).
In addition, we are also using the VCL mechanism as a shared and centralized venue to compile talks by BIPOC scholars and/or about diversity related issues. These talks will be labeled as such for easy identification.
We hope that this series offers a chance for everyone to hear about some great clinical science and participate in a field-wide discussion!
"Whose Minds Matter? Sampling, Measurement, Inference, and Application Considerations as we diversify the Behavioral Sciences"
Dr. Neil A. Lewis, Jr.
"Youth and Family Prevention Science: Reducing Disparities and Advancing Equity"
Dr. Emilie Smith
"Post-Traumatic Headache: Taxonomy & Behavioral Treatments"
Dr. Cindy McGreary, SSCP Presidential Address 2021
"Psych assessment in legal contexts"
Dr. Tess M.S. Neal
"Heterogeneity in depression and other common mental disorders: Pitfalls and opportunities"
Diversity Related Clinical Science Research Talks
Delivering services in collaboration with non-specialist providers and lay health workers
Miya Barnett, Erika Luis Sanchez, Mariana Harms, Daisy Singla, Jaime Charlebois
"Racial socialization and addressing interpersonal and racial trauma in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)"
Dr. Isha Metzger
"Towards Decreasing the Duration of Untreated Psychosis: The Case of US Latinos"
Dr. Steven R. Lopez
"Digital Mental Health in the time of COVID with a focus on Latinx mental health"
Lisa Fortuna, Michelle Porche, Adrian Aguilera, Caroline Figueroa
"Culture-specific care with a focus on Black mental health and anti-racism"
Riana Anderson, Farzana Saleem, Theopia Jackson, Tania Lodge, Evan Auguste
Please note this set of talks start at 59 minutes through to the end.
"Recent Advances in Exposure Therapy for OCD"
Jon Abramowitz (UNC)
Diversity Related Clinical Science Research Talks
“Promoting Psychological Recovery after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico: A Multi-Tiered, Trauma Focused Approach.”
Rosaura Orengo-Aguayo, Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
"Exploring the HiTOP Model: Applications to Marginalized Communities"
Nicholas Eaton, Stony Brook University
Diversity Related Clinical Science Research Talks and Discussions
“Understanding and Capturing the Value of Diversity: A Special Look at Gender”
Katherine W. Phillips, Columbia University
“The Paradox of Diversity: Promise, Pitfalls, and Implications for Racial Progress”
Jennifer Richeson, Yale University
“Real-World Implications of Implicit Bias”
Co-Chairs: Elizabeth Page-Gould, University of Toronto, Canada; Michelle N. Shiota, Arizona State University, Tempe
Presenters: Modupe N. Akinola, Columbia University; Naomi Ellemers, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Louis A. Penner, Wayne State University
“STEMing the Tide: How Female Experts and Peers Act as “Social Vaccines” to Protect Young Women’s Self-Concept in STEM”
Nilanjana Dasgupta, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
“Diverse Perspectives in Psychological Science”
Chair: Thomas M. Olino, Temple University
Presenters: Lisa M. Diamond, The University of Utah; Joseph P. Gone, University of Michigan; Michelle R. (Mikki) Hebl, Rice University; Enrique W. Neblett, Jr., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Why Should Psychological Science Care About Racial and Ethnic Diversity?”
Robert M. Sellers, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Diversity Related Clinical Practice Discussions
"Critical Perspectives on APA Professional Practice Guidelines for Evidence-Based Practice."
Chair: Dennis Wendt, McGill University
Presenters: Frederick Wertz, Fordham University; Zenobia Morrill, U Mass Boston; Dennis Wendy and Katrina Smeja, McGill University
Discussant: Michael Westerman, NYU
Dr. Joanne Davila’s SSCP Presidential Address on “Studying Relationships in Today’s World.” https://youtu.be/yCdYQ9nj6SA
Drs. Lauren Khazem, Craig Rodriguez-Seijas, and Natalie Watson-Singleton with Dr. Rheeda Walker as discussant, “Using Clinical Science to Improve the Assessment and Treatment of Underrepresented Groups,” https://youtu.be/es344iIL1qA
Joseph Gone, " “Is Psychological Science A-Cultural?” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fO2IGxrp_6A&feature=youtu.be
Phil Kendall, "Working with Anxious Youth: More action, less talk" Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmadY-ejzoI&feature=youtu.be
Karen Rudolph, " The Interpersonal Context of Adolescent Depression: Emerging Risk in Adolescent Girls" Link: https://youtu.be/a98RJuJ-TCk
Marvin Goldfried, "Can Psychotherapy Research and Practice Survive RDoC?" Link: https://youtu.be/aDUCqNaxb1M
January / February
Marsha Linehan, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT): Where We Were, Where We Are and Where Are We Going” Link: https://youtu.be/hM_Pj_MvpcM
Mary Fristad "Omega3 and Therapy for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder" Link: https://youtu.be/VHfSncxKY0E
Jutta Joormann "Cognition and Emotion Regulation in Depression" Link: https://youtu.be/_xsyES-34Ac
Enrique Neblett, "A Manifesto for Diverse Psychological Science" Link: https://youtu.be/NmdCywxbvrw
Scott Lilienfeld: “Evidence-based Practice and Why We Need it: Conceptions and Misconceptions.” Link: https://youtu.be/VFeeFloAmOA
Matt Nock: "Recent Advances in Understanding and Predicting Suicidal Behavior" Link: https://youtu.be/5igGn_aHC7o
Bethany Teachman: “Coming to a computer near you: Changing threat interpretations to reduce anxiety” Link: https://youtu.be/1rnR1e2GEw0
Steve Hollon: “Is Cognitive Therapy Enduring or are Anti-depressants Iatrogenic?” Link: https://youtu.be/-qkXKNyHyB8