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2022 Annual Meeting

Flash Talk Presentations

Track 1: Using digital mental health tools to regulate emotions and reduce unhealthy behaviors

Moderator: Stephen Schueller, Board member, Society for Digital Mental Health, UC Irvine

  1. Using the PTSD coach mobile app with clinician support in VA primary care: A pragmatic randomized controlled trial
    Eric Kuhn, Kyle Possemato, Gregory Beehler, Kimberly Barrie, Deloras Puran
  2. A real-world evaluation of an eating disorder focused chatbot called “KIT”
    Gemma Sharp
  3. A qualitative exploration of college students’ experiences using a culturally adapted mobile application to improve self-care
    Heather Quirk, Page Anderson
  4. Facilitating supportive parental emotion socialisation practices through a situated, technology-enabled intervention for child emotion regulation
    Nikki Theofanopoulou, Petr Slovak
  5. The KeepCalm App: A m-Health platform for teachers of children on the autism spectrum to support emotion regulation
    Heather Nuske, Amanda Young, Emma Palermo, Alyssa Brown, Sky Deswert, Jessica Tan, Evan Sultanik, Matthew Goodwin, Carla Mazefsky, Lauren Brookeman-Frazee, James McPartland, Jeffrey Pennington, Rinad Beidas, Steven Marcus, David Mandell
  6. Usage patterns of cognitive, behavioral, and mindfulness tools in an anger management mobile app
    Shilpa Hampole, Taylor Nocera, Margaret-Anne Mackintosh
  7. Feasibility and acceptability of experience sampling methods among LGBTQ+ young people with experiences of self-harm
    A. Jess Williams, Jon Arcelus, Ellen Townsend, Maria Michail
  8. A randomized controlled trial of different text messaging interventions to reduce heavy drinking during COVID: Mechanisms of action and demographic moderators
    Fred Muench, Aradhana Srinagesh, Sean Madden, Sherry Ooman, Sarah Forthal, Cameron Haslip
Track 2: Improving digital mental health services and delivery models

Moderator: Bethany Teachman, Board member, Society for Digital Mental Health, University of Virginia

  1. Advancing the science of digital mental health: NIH areas of focus and future directions
    Beth K. Jaworski, Will M. Aklin, Kevin Walton, Adam Haim, Susan Czajkowski, Karen C. Lee, Robert Freeman, Deshirée Belis
  2. Algorithmic fairness in digital mental health
    Jaan Altosaar, Rich Zemel, Noémie Elhadad
  3. Using digital mental health innovations to address the needs of diverse, underserved populations: Perspectives from the APA Summit on the Future of Education and Practice of Psychology
    Page Anderson, C. Vaile Wright
  4. Systems- and policy-level considerations to accelerate the implementation of digital behavioral health interventions for prevention and treatment
    Kathryn Macapagal, Emily Lattie, Andrea K. Graham, Ashley Knapp, Marquita W. Lewis-Thames, Dennis H. Li
  5. Using machine learning to identify prognostic predictors of outcomes in a coached web-based intervention (webSTAIR) for diverse trauma-exposed veterans
    Haijing Wu Hallenbeck, Joseph Wielgosz, Zachary D. Cohen, Eric Kuhn, Marylene Cloitre
  6. Towards understanding and reducing workplace stress of information workers
    Jina, Suh, Mary Czerwinski, Javier Hernandez, Mehrab Bin Morshed, Esther Howe
  7. Investigating heterogeneous treatment effects of a stand-alone digital mental health intervention vs digital mental health intervention as adjunctive care: A dismantling quasi-experimental intent-to-treat study
    Benjamin Nelson, Nicholas Peiper, Valerie Forman-Hoffman
Track 3: Supporting mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic

Moderator: David Mohr, Chair, Society for Digital Mental Health, Northwestern University

  1. Digital markers and digital treatment of anxiety and depression in healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
    Matteo Malgaroli, Thomas Derrick Hull, Emily Tseng, Carly Miron, Tanzeem Choudhury, Ann S. Bowers, Naomi Simon
  2. Pause a Moment: An adaptive web-app to reduce COVID-related mental health concerns for healthcare workers
    Debra Kaysen, Eric Kuhn, Janice Kuo, Szu-Chi Huang, Kera Mallard-Swanson, Jansey Lagdamen, Shannon Wiltsey-Stirman
  3. Accessibility and online help seeking behavior in youth during COVID-19 pandemic
    Clarisa Wijaya, Emily Hersch, Ashley Walker, Anny Yang, Deepika Kour Sodhi, Madhu Reddy, Ashley Knapp
  4. Dialectical behavior therapy skills videos delivered via smartphones: Feasibility, acceptability, and initial outcomes of a scalable digital intervention
    Shireen L. Rizvi, Jesse Finkelstein, April L. Yeager, Allison K. Ruork, Evan M. Kleiman
  5. Evaluating uptake e-Mental health tools in a primary care collaborative care program
    Jennifer Severe, Abigail Biehl, Adrienne Lapidos, Sagar Parikh, Danielle Taubman, Amy Sochowicz
  6. StayWell At Home intervention and diverse communities
    Marvyn R. Arévalo Avalos, Adrian Aguilera
  7. mHealth for teens facing health disparities: Current uses and future opportunities
    Colleen Stiles-Shields, Karen M. Reyes, Joseph Archer, Nia Lennan, Jim Zhang
Track 4: Increasing engagement with and access to digital mental health services

Moderator: Sabine Wilhelm, Board member, Society for Digital Mental Health, Harvard Medical School

  1. Digital tools that Say Gay: A scoping review of digital mental health tools for sexual and gender minority stress and PTSD
    Eve A. Rosenfeld, Nadia Malek
  2. Tailoring the content of a digital CBT program to address the needs of diverse populations
    Robert Montgomery, Tom Christiansen, Carolyn Ponting, Alex Tanner, Zainab Bakare, Natalee Decker, Zachary Cohen
  3. Digital equity in mental health interventions: Can a freely available meditation app reduce disparities?
    Zishan Jiwani, Simon B. Goldberg
  4. English and Spanish chatbots for mental health
    Eduardo Bunge, Gilly Dosovitsky, Guido Entenberg
  5. Automated interactive text messaging as a scalable method to support the mental health of young adults
    Rachel Kornfield, Jonah Meyerhoff, Theresa Nguyen, Joseph J. Williams, David C. Mohr
  6. Attitudes towards psychological online interventions within a Hispanic population
    Maria Fernanda, Peraltilla, Donovan, Ellis, Claudia A., Delbasso, Gabriel, Kuperminc, Page, Anderson
  7. Temporal associations between peer coaching and mobile mental health engagement for veterans in primary care
    Joseph Wielgosz, Eric Kuhn, Kyle Possemato, Daniel Blonigen
  8. Optimizing digital health interventions for family caregivers: An example with an Internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia program
    Kelly M. Shaffer, Jillian V. Glazer, Karen Ingersoll, Lee M. Ritterband