The CDC reports the number of youth in the United States in the overweight and obese category has reached epidemic proportions which has led to more
Poster 42 – Comparing Cultural Variability of Parent Educational Expectations and Emotional Distress Across Latin American and Asian Immigrant Cultural Groups
Background/ Rationale: Culture may influence how the child emotionally responds to their immigrant parents' expectations (Aldwin & Greenberger,
Poster 50 – Evaluation of Virtual Care in Youth Mental Health and Addiction Services: Client and Clinician Experiences During the Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a rapid transition to virtual care delivery. Virtual care approaches are thought to be promising techniques for
Transgender and gender non-conforming teens face numerous barriers to healthcare even in large suburban areas. These barriers only increase for teens
The Evolution of Play: Using Minecraft to overcome inequities in accessing behavioral healthcare during a pandemic and enhancing the tele-health
The Waco Family Medicine Residency Program, in consultation with faculty of the Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy, has created The
Research indicates that adolescents tend to have the lowest rate of primary care service utilization compared to younger children (AAP, 2008).
Is Psychological Flexibility a Protective Factor in the Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Events and Salient Health Outcomes in Adolescents?
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are highly prevalent, stressful or traumatic events (e.g., abuse, neglect, household dysfunction) experienced in
The SBIRT Evolution for Adolescents: A Recipe to Drive Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration
Building upon the research on SBIRT adaptation for adolescents, the Facilitating Change for Excellence in SBIRT initiative developed an innovative and