Master Clinician Sessions 2021

Real-world solutions to real-world issues

The Master Clinician series educate, inspire, and challenge you to solve problems and achieve breakthroughs. Master clinician sessions are interactive, experiential, and provide in-depth training to maximize outcomes.

#ADAA2021Virtual Master Clinicians

  • Dates: Thursday, March 18 and Friday, March 19, 2021
  • Confirmed Master Clinician Sessions are listed below
  • All Master Clinician sessions will be offered as simulated-live presentations with presenters participating in live Q&A sessions

Master Clinician Sessions will be held on Thursday, March 18 and Friday, March 19, 2021

Resilience Interventions for Children and Teens Across Settings: Private Practice and Schools
Mary Alvord, PhD


Improving Interracial Relationships in Therapy: Contemplative Approaches to Working with Clinicians' Racial Anxiety and Avoidance
Doris Chang, PhD


Curiosity Training: The Importance of EXTERNAL Mindfulness in CBT for Social Anxiety
Larry Cohen, LICSW



Counseling Individuals and Families Bereaved by Suicide
Joy Giorgio, MA, LMFT and Michael Weinberg, PhD



Evaluation and Management of Treatment-Resistant Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD



The ABC's and 123's of CBT for Anxiety Disorders! 
Simon Rego, PhD



Contextual Behavioral Approaches to Reducing Minority Stress Among Sexual and Gender Minority Clients
Matthew Skinta, PhD


Working with Problematic Beliefs in Complicated Grief Treatment
Natalia Skritskaya, PhD



Don't Go Down the Rabbit Hole! A Clinical Approach to Unanswerable Questions and the Quest for Certainty
Aureen Wagner, PhD



The Ups and Downs of Perfectionism: Acceptance and Commitment Skills for Doing Things Right, Fears of Being a Failure, and Harsh Criticisms
Patricia Zurita-Ona, PhD