2012 ISITDBT Poster Presentations

The ISITDBT 2012 Poster Session and Cocktail Reception will be held from 5:15PM to 6:30PM in rooms National Harbor 4 & 5 following the annual address by Marsha Linehan, Ph.D., ABPP.

Individual and Group predictors of referral completion, program initiation, and Phase I graduation from an Adult DBT program (Andrew White, PhD; Jesse Homan, LPC ; Soonie Kim, PhD, Portland Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program, PC, Portland Oregon)

Training DBT:  Teams Talk Back 2008-2011 (Erin Miga, PhD, Behavioral Tech and Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics, Linda Dimeff, PhD., Behavioral Tech Research, André Ivanoff, PhD, Behavioral Tech and Columbia University, Anthony DuBose, Psy.D., Behavioral Tech)

Forgiveness and Justice in the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder (Steven J. Sandage, PhD1, Beverly Long, PsyD2, & Richelle Moen, PhD,31Bethel University, 2University of Minnesota Medical School,3University of Minnesota )

Factors influencing client drop out during initial assessment, orientation, and commitment period in an adult DBT program (Jesse Homan, LPC, Andrew White, PhD, & Soonie Kim, PhD, Portland Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program, PC, Portland Oregon)

A Novel Adaptation of DBT Skills Group Training Among Military Veterans: The Distress Tolerance Drop-In Group at the Manhattan Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Denckla, C. A1., Jackson, C.2, Tatarakis, J.2, Chen, C.2,3, & Baily, R.1,21Adelphi University, 2Dept. of Veterans Affairs, New York Harbor Healthcare System, and 3New York University)

Examining Functions of Self-Harm in Relation to Borderline Personality Disorder Symptoms in Treatment-Seeking Adolescents (Naomi Sadeh, PhD, Esme A. Londahl-Shaller, PhD, Alison M. Yaeger, PsyD, Auran Piatigorsky, PhD, Samantha Fordwood, PhD, & E. Dale E. McNiel, PhD , The Young Adult and Family Center Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital and Clinics, University of California, San Francisco)

Outcome of Intensive Training and Implementation of DBT in the VA (Sara J. Landes1, 2, Marianne Goodman3, Christie Jackson4, Marjorie Goldstein3, Matt Tkachuck2, Kathryn Korslund2, & Marsha M. Linehan21National Center for PTSD, VA Palo Alto Health Care System, 2University of Washington, 3James J. Peters VA Medical Center & 4Manhattan VA Medical Center)

Predictors of Treatment Dropout and Absences in Dialectical Behavior Therapy Adapted for a Group-based Intensive Outpatient Program (Elizabeth R. LoTempio, PsyD1, Erez Harari, PhD2, & Seth R. Axelrod, PhD3Postdoctoral Fellow, Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle, Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Cognitive and Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Adapted for Couples  (Soonie Kim, PhD., & Betsy Trumbull, LCSW, Portland Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program, PC, Portland Oregon)

Evaluation of an Internet-Based Training System for Improving Peer Supervisor Ratings of Therapist Performance in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (John M. Worrall1, Alan E. Fruzzetti2 & Markus Kemmelmeier21State University of New York, College at Oneonta, 2University of Nevada, Reno)

The Relationships Among Rejection Sensitivity, Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, and Trauma (Aditi Vijay, MA1,2 & Alan E. Fruzzetti, PhD11University of Nevada, Reno, 2VA Maryland Health Care System)

Emotion regulation as a function of restrictive eating: Preliminary evidence using functional assessment (Ann F. Haynos, M.A. & Alan E. Fruzzetti, PhD, University of Nevada, Reno)

Perceived Competence as a Potential Mediator of DBT Knowledge and Attitudinal Change in Clinicians Treating Borderline Personality Disorder (Nick U. Barr, MSW 2, Halina J. Dour, MA 1,2, Lisa A. Benson, MA, CPhil1,2, & Lynn McFarr, PhD 1,21University of California, Los Angeles, 2Harbor-UCLA Medical Center)

Heart rate variability biofeedback as an ancillary treatment for emotion dysregulation in patients diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (Julia Nance, Joscelyn Rompogren, & Milton Brown, PhD, California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, San Diego)

A DBT Intensive Outpatient Program for Multi-Diagnostic Adolescents with Eating Disorders: Case Study (Samantha Mishne, MSW1, 2 & Kelly Bhatnagar, PhD1, and Victoria Patrello, BA1,2,  1Cleveland Center for Eating Disorders, Cleveland, OH, 2Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH)