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On Tuesday, April 23, students from Teachers College, Columbia University presented their research to the CAMHP community.
On Tuesday, March 26, Dr. Cindy Huang from the Counseling Psychology program and Dr. Christine Cha from the Clinical Psychology program at Teachers College, Columbia University presented their research collaboration on family assessments for suicide youth.
On February 19, 2019, Dr. Aurelie Athan from the Clinical Psychology department at Teachers College, Columbia University shared her research on the developmental approach to reproductive identity formation and sex education.
On January 29, 2019, Dr. Maya Benish-Weisman from the University of Haifa in Israel presented her research on aggression in adolescents.
This lecture was featured on TC's homepage and social media pages, which is pretty neat!
On December 11, 2018, Dr. Ruth Gerson from NYU School of Medicine presented her research on assessing and managing suicide risk in adolescents.
On November 20, 2018, Dr. Prerna Arora from the School Psychology department at Teachers College, Columbia University presented her research on immigrant youth and school mental health.
On October 23, 2018, Dr. Kiara Alvarez from Harvard Medical School presented her research on family-based prevention for suicide risk among Latinx youth.
On September 18, 2018, Dr. Cindy Huang introduced the Brown Bag Lecture Series for 2018-2019 and provided updates on the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Project (CAMHP).
Student Presentations – CAMHP Brown Bag Series
2018 Student Showcase
CAMHP Lecture – Dr. Laudan Jahromi
Developmental Change in Young Mothers' Emotional Scaffolding Behaviors
CAMHP Lecture – Dr. Kimberly Noble
Socioeconomic Inequality and Children's Brain Development
CAMHP Lecture – Dr. Sonali Rajan
Firearms in K-12 Schools: Policy, Prevention, and Next Steps
CAMHP Lecture – Dr. Marla Brassard
Improving Parenting and Mental Health of Mothers of Children with ASD
CAMHP Lecture – Dr. Christine Cha
Understanding the Suicidal Mind through Clinical Psychological Science