Nicole M. Cain, Ph.D., “The Impact of Interpersonal Processes on Suicida...

source: Yale University     2016年6月7日
Dr. Cain is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Long Island University, Brooklyn. She graduated with a PhD in clinical psychology from The Pennsylvania State University in 2009 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College working under the supervision of Dr. John Clarkin and Dr. Otto Kernberg at the Personality Disorders Institute. She is currently serving as the President of the international Society for Interpersonal Theory and Research. She has received research funding from the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA). Her primary research interests focus on how personality pathology and interpersonal functioning impact diagnosis, psychotherapy process, and treatment outcome. Her recent work has focused on examining how effortful control, rejection sensitivity, interpersonal problems, and impulsivity impact maladaptive outcomes, such as suicidality.

The 12th annual Yale NEA-BPD conference addressed advances in assessment and treatment of individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder who struggle with suicidality, as well as resources for providers working with suicidal individuals. The conference addressed assessment and interventions aimed at individuals and families, as well as consumer and family member perspectives.

Our Yale NEA-BPD Conferences http://psychiatry.yale.edu/bpdconfere... are aimed at mental health professionals, training clinicians and researchers, as well as consumers and their family members. Presentations are designed to make cutting edge research and practice accessible to both professionals and lay audience members. Ample time is provided for questions from the audience throughout the conference day.

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