The brightest minds in youth mental health research on one stage. 

In mid-May, AIM’s global Scientific Advisory Board, along with key players in the mental health community, convened for a special retreat focusing on early intervention and dissemination of the best treatments for youth struggling with their mental health. 

Following the retreat, five of the top doctors in youth mental health presented the latest information at the Sunset Center in Carmel, California, for the AIM Youth Mental Health Scientific Symposium. Scroll down to watch parts 1, 2, and 3 of this informative event.

Part 1:

Eating Disorders: Insights into Effective Treatments
Dr. Walter H. Kaye | University of California San Diego

Childhood Anxiety & OCD: Does Early Intervention Work?
Dr. Kate Fitzgerald | University of Michigan

Part 2:

Adolescent Depression: Prevention and Treatment
Dr. W. Edward Craighead | Emory University

Social Anxiety: Promising Therapies 
Dr. David M. Clark | Oxford University

Bipolar Disorder: Coping Tips for Families
Dr. David J. Miklowitz | University of California, Los Angeles

PART 3: Panel Discussion

Dr. David M. Clark, Dr. Kate Fitzgerald, Dr. W. Edward Craighead, and Dr. David M. Miklowtiz answer audience questions.

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