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APA Annual Convention Division Programming (2021)

Virtual APA Convention Agenda can be found here.

All Sessions on Saturday, August 14th

Session (F): I

Participant/1st Author/Title

Susanna A. Kahnke, MS, University of Kansas
Development of the Feminist Therapy Attitudes Scale

Miral Malik, MEd, MA, George Washington University
Online Supervision During Covid-19: Adjusting in a Time of Crisis

Cordaris O. Butler, MS, University of Kansas (KU)
Perceived Therapist Cultural Humility/Therapy Outcomes for African Americans from White Therapist

JungSu Oh, PhD, Eastern Illinois University
Analyzing Psychotherapy Transcripts Using an Automated Text Analysis and visualization Technique

Carin Lefkowitz, PsyD, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Facilitating the Implementation of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Kimberly A. Sikorski, BS, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Replicating Patient-Level Moderators of IPT and CBT’s Comparative Efficacy for Depression

Rachel Hughitt, MS, University of Denver
The Impact of Cultural Ruptures in Jail Settings

Yeji Son, MA, University of Iowa
Does the Alliance-outcome Relationship Differ Across Telepsychology Modalities: A Meta-Analysis

Edmund W. Orlowski, BA, University at Albany–State University of New York
Do Discrepant Expectations for Couple Therapy Predict an Unbalanced Working Alliance?

Sabina Musliu, MA, University of Denver
Anxiety and the Associated Comorbid Disorders: Predicting Therapy Outcomes Using Cluster Analysis

Monica S. Vel, BS, Stanford University
Identifying Evidence-Based Mental Health interventions That Address the Covid-19 Pandemic

Averi N. Gaines, BA, University of Massachusetts
Patient-Therapist Expectancy Convergence and Outcome in Naturalistic Psychotherapy

Averi N. Gaines, BA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Change in Satisfaction With Social Support as a Common outcome in IPT and CBT for Depression

Nicholas J. Brewster, BA, University of La Verne
Public Trust in Mental Healthcare Professionals and Therapy

Andrew Dimmick, BS, University of North Texas
Early Therapeutic Alliance as a Predictor of Treatment Outcomes in Psychotherapy

Lindsay A. Phillips, PsyD, Marywood University and Independent Practice, Scranton, PA
Independent Practitioners’ Experience in Initial Months of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Jasmine R. Davis, MS, University of Denver
Two’s Company, Three’s a Crowd? An Empirical Exploration of Split Alliances in Couples Therapy

Minsun Lee, PhD, Seton Hall University
Resolution of Bicultural Conflict in Multicultural Counseling: A Task Analysis

Danielle Schweitzer, Rowan University
Psychologist Use and Attitudes Toward Mobile Applications: A Nationally Representative Sample

Andrea E. Castro, University of La Verne
The Effect of Ethnicity on Perception of Mental Health Promotion

Lauren Zaeske, MS, University of Kansas
Guidelines for Therapist Self-disclosure of Language Proficiency in Bilingua Therapy

Kelley Quirk, PhD, Colorado State University
In-Session Mindfulness of Therapists in Training

Jean M. Birbilis, PhD, University of St. Thomas
Telehealth, Psychotherapy, and Pandemic

Katherine E. Axford, MA, University of Utah
Agreement of Therapist Skill Use With Self-Reported Theoretical Orientation

Debora B. Handojo, MA, Loma Linda University
Power Dynamics in the Dyadic Therapeutic Relationship

Peter J. Jankowski, PhD, Danielsen Institute, Boston, MA
A Latent Change Model Exploring Virtue and Well-Being in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Session ID: 508

Symposium: Positive Psychology, Virtue, and Flourishing in Psychotherapy: Research-practice Integration

Cochairs: Jesse Owen, PhD, University of Denver & Steven J. Sandage, PhD, Boston University

Participant/1st Author

Jesse Owen, PhD, University of Denver
Title: Therapists’ and Trainees’ Perceptions of Flourishing in Training and Practice

Todd J. Farchione, PhD, Boston University
Title: Trajectories of Change in Well-Being During Cognitive-Behavior Therapies for Anxiety Disorders

Sarah Crabtree, PhD, Boston University
Title: Mental Health, Well-Being, and Experiences of the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Clinical Mixed Methods Study

Michael J. Constantino, PhD, University of Massachusetts
Title: Therapist Self-Perceived Competencies as a Determinant of General Between-Therapist Effects

Discussant: Karen W. Tao, PhD, University of Utah

Session ID: 511

Symposium: How Do Therapists Influence Cultural Processes? Applied Examples and Methods for Training

Chair: Joanna M. Drinane, PhD, University of Utah

Participant/1st Author

Laurice M. Cabrera, MS, University of Utah
Title: Intersectional identity Conflicts in Psychotherapy: An Unexplored Facet of Cultural Process

Wing M. Ng, MS, University of Utah
Title: The Effects of Simulation Based Training With Feedback on Counselor’s Multicultural Counseling Skill

Jeffrey Grimes, MEd, University of Iowa
Title: Whose Multicultural Orientation Matters More? Effects of Group and Leader MCO

Discussant: Karen W. Tao, PhD, University of Utah

Session ID: 514

Symposium: Rolling for Recovery: Therapeutic Applications of Tabletop Role-Playing Games

Cochairs: Allison Battles, PhD, Minneapolis VA Health Care System, Minneapolis, MN & Jared Kilmer, PhD, Minneapolis VA Health Care System, Minneapolis, MN

Participant/1st Author

Allison Battles, PhD, Minneapolis VA Health Care System, Minneapolis, MN
Title: Program Evaluation of a Therapeutically Applied Role Playing Game Group Therapy With Veterans

Elizabeth Kilmer, PhD, Game to Grow, Kirkland, WA
Title: The Game to Grow Method of Therapeutically Applied Role-Playing Games

Megan Connell, PhD, Southeast Psych, Charlotte, NC
Title: Applied Gaming Groups: Therapeutic Applications and Models of Training

Session ID: 517

Symposium: Reducing Health Disparities: Characterizing Therapists Successful With Low-SES Populations

Chair: Louise A. Douce, PhD, Ohio State University, retired

Participant/1st Author

Linda F. Campbell, PhD, University of Georgia
Title: Overcoming Classism and Other Barriers to Psychotherapy for People Living in Poverty

Iva Greywolf, PhD, Self-Employed Consultant, Roseberg, OR
Title: Practicing Psychotherapy Outside the Box and Beyond the 50-Minute Hour

Susan S. Woodhouse, PhD, Lehigh University
Title: Effective Therapist Characteristics With Rural and Low SES Populations

Christianne Connelly, MA, University of Georgia
Title: Training in Rural and Low-Income Communities: A Student Perspective

Session ID: 527

Symposium: Developments in Measurement-Based Care: Telehealth, Payment Models, and Practice-Oriented Research

Chair: James F. Boswell, PhD, University at Albany, SUNY

Participant/1st Author

Bruce L. Bobbitt, PhD, Minnesota Psychological Association, Minneapolis, MN
Title: Key Issues in Value-Based Care and Measurement-Based Care

Caroline V. Wright, PhD, APA, Washington DC, DC
Title: The Role of Measurement-Based Care in Demonstrating Quality to Payers

James F. Boswell, PhD, University at Albany, SUNY
Title: Empirical and Conceptual Developments in Measurement-Based Care Implementation Research and Practice

Gayle E. Brooks, PhD, Renfrew Center, Coconut Creek, FL
Title: Quality Monitoring in Eating Disorder Treatment Centers and Sustaining Care During the Pandemic

Session ID: 515

Symposium: Decolonial Psychotherapy: Healing in Context

Chair: Lillian Comas-Díaz, PhD, Independent Practice, Washington, DC

Participant/1st Author

Lillian Comas-Díaz, PhD, Independent Practice, Washington, DC
Title: Decolonial Psychotherapy

Hector Y. Adames, PsyD, Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Title: A Unified Framework of Decolonial Psychology

Daniel Gaztambide, PsyD, Independent Practice, New York, NY
Title: Decolonial Psychoanalysis

Laura S. Brown, PhD, Independent Practice, Seattle, WA
Title: Decolonial Feminist Therapy

Session ID: 516

Symposium: Using Progress Feedback to Enhance Outcomes of Psychotherapy

Cochairs: Kim de Jong, PhD, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands & Catherine F. Eubanks, PhD, Yeshiva University

Participant/1st Author

Kim de Jong, PhD, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands
Title: Using Progress Feedback to Improve Outcomes: A Multilevel Meta-Analysis

Wolfgang Lutz, PhD, Trier University, Trier, Germany
Title: Prospective Evaluation of a Clinical Decision Support System Inpsychological Therapy

Jaime Delgadillo, PhD, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Title: Cost-Effectiveness of Feedback-Informed Psychological Treatment: Evidence From the IAPT-FIT Trial

Discussant: Catherine F. Eubanks, PhD, Yeshiva University

Session ID: 510

Symposium: Using Deliberate Practice to Enhance Graduate Training: A Study and a Demonstration

Chair: Hanna Levenson, PhD, Wright Institute

Participant/1st Author

Meredith A. Martyr, PhD, University of Minnesota--Twin Cities
Title: Qualitative Results of the Deliberate Practice Study: What Did the Students Say?

D. Martin Kivlighan III, PhD, University of Iowa
Title: Quantitative Results of the Deliberate Practice Graduate School Study

Hanna Levenson, PhD, Wright Institute
Title: The Goals and Methodology of the DP Graduate School Study With a DP Live Demonstration

Tony Rousmaniere, PsyD, University of Washington
Title: The Goals and Methodology of the DP Graduate School Study With a DP Live Demonstration

Discussant: Hanna Levenson, PhD, Wright Institute

Session ID: 512

Symposium: Treatment Failure in Psychotherapy: Perspectives on Premature Termination

Chair: George Silberschatz, PhD, Independent Practice, San Francisco, CA

Participant/1st Author

James McCollum, PhD, San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group, San Francisco, CA
Title: Contextualizing Treatment Failure Within the Patient’s Plan for Therapy

David Kealy, PhD, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Title: Preventing Treatment Failure: An Evidence-Based Case Study of Coaching and Premature Termination

Xiaochen Luo, PhD, Santa Clara University
Title: A Comparison of Patient's Coaching Behavior and the Rupture-Repair Framework

Discussant: Shigeru Iwakabe, PhD, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, Japan

Session ID: 509

Symposium: Defining and Implementing Principles of Change: A New Partnership Between Clinicians and Researchers

Cochairs: Louis G. Castonguay, PhD, Penn State University and Michael J. Constantino, PhD, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Participant/1st Author

Louis G. Castonguay, PhD, Penn State University
Title: Revisiting Empirically Based Principles of Change

Catherine S. Spayd, PhD, Duncansville Professional Center, Duncansville, PA
Title: Implementing Principles of Change in the Treatment of Anxiety: A Cognitive Behavioral Perspective

Eva D. Papiasvili, PhD, Columbia University in the City of New York
Title: Implementing Principles of Change in the Treatment of Anxiety: A Psychoanalytic Perspective

Igor Weinberg, PhD, McLean Hospital, Harvard University
Title: Implementing Principles of Change in the Treatment of Anxiety: An Integrative Approach

Benjamin Johnson, PhD, RICBT Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Coaching, North Kingstown, RI
Title: Implementing Principles of Change in Treating Depression: A Cognitive Behavioral Perspective

Dina Vivian, PhD, Stony Brook University
Title: Implementing Principles of Change in Treating Depression: An Integrative Perspective

Session ID: 513

Symposium: What Have We Learned From Expert Supervisors in Action? Empirical Studies and a Video Illustration

Chair: Hanna Levenson, PhD, Wright Institute

Participant/1st Author

Hanna Levenson, PhD, Wright Institute
Title: The APA Expert Psychotherapy Supervision Video Series: A Description and Video Illustration

Benjamin Feldman, BA, Wright Institute
Title: Corrective Experiences in Psychotherapy Supervision: Implications for Learning and Supervising

Meital Bendet, MA, Wright Institute
Title: What Expert Supervisors Do: Findings From Use of the Supervisory Intervention Scale

Discussant: Arpana G. Inman, PhD, Ohio State University

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