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February 13, 2018 12-1 PM EST



The Launching Emerging Adults Program: A Developmental and Family Based Model for Treating Anxiety in the Transition to Adulthood

Presenter:  Dr. Anne Marie Albano

Overview:
Anxiety disorders (ADs) are the most common diagnosis among young adults (YAs; Auerbach et al., 2016) and leads to extended dependence on family, with early and continued parental overprotection noted for its role in the maintenance of these disorders. Cognitive behavioral therapy and medication, alone or in combination, are effective in the short term (Walkup, Albano et al., 2008) but show relapse rates of around 50% at long-term follow-up (Ginsburg et al., 2014). Environmental conditions present throughout the conditioning of the anxiety responses as well as neuro-developmental limitations in ability to regulate emotion in adolescence (Drysdale et al, 2014) may explain relapse. To address this, CUCARD has established a treatment model that targets parental over involvement and youth failure to launch into independent adulthood. The Launching Emerging Adults Program (LEAP) is an integrated, developmentally informed treatment aimed at both symptom relief and maximizing functional outcomes (Albano & Hoffman, 2017). In this presentation, Dr. Albano, presents the LEAP model and provides specific guidelines for engaging parents and adolescents or young adults together, via individualized and group treatment sessions, to address key overprotection traps while increasing the adolescent/young adult’s exposure to anxiety-provoking situations. Dr. Albano will also discuss the practice of conducting exposures in group to capitalize on experiential learning in context and discuss innovations with a novel Virtual Reality program

Objectives:

  1. List the tasks of development necessary for adolescents and young adults to transition to adulthood.
  2. Recognize the complex interaction of parental involvement in anxiety and stalled developmental tasks that contributes to the failure to launch to adulthood.
  3. Develop exposures that make use of context and address developmental stage issues to increase ecological validity and promote mastery of anxiety for youth.

CE Credits Available: 1

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To be rescheduled



Primary Care Behavioral Health Integration, A Case Example: Alcohol as a Vital Sign

Presenters:  Drs. Andrew Bertagnolli, Thekla Ross and Stacey Sterling

Overview: The content of this webinar was derived from a published review of studies focusing on behavioral health integration in primary care and a large-scale alcohol screening and brief intervention study at Kaiser Permanente Northern California. This webinar will describe the pillars and pearls of primary care behavioral health integration as well as implementation strategies to effectively embed an evidence-based practice like alcohol screening and intervention in primary care.

Objectives:

  1. Describe the primary care behavioral health model
  2. Summarize the pillars and pearls of behavioral health
  3. Provide evidenced based background for alcohol screening and intervention in primary care
  4. Describe real world implementation tips and tools from published Alcohol as a Vital Sign study

CE Credits Available: 1

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This webinar is being rescheduled. Thank you.