Personalized Intervention for Psychosocial Problems
This webinar provides evidence and a rationale for clinicians as they consider alternative approaches to seeking a useful treatment match with clients. Applications are specific to adolescent depression but have implications for a broader array of mental health problems.
- Describe depression, adolescent development and disruption of the threat system.
- Briefly review the evidence based treatments already available to treat adolescent depression and the limitations of these approaches.
- Consider the solution of personalization.
- Be exposed to an approach in which biological markers predicting treatment response are identified.
Bonnie Klimes-Dougan, PhD, LP
Dr. Bonnie Klimes-Dougan, PhD, LP, is a professor within the University of Minnesota’s Department of Psychology. Dr. Klimes-Dougan’s long-term goal is to explicate risk factors associated with early stages of depression and suicidal risk in an effort to more effectively intervene.