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In 2016/2017, CDI continued to raise awareness about the importance of early intervention and support for children and youth with mental
health challenges through contributions to peer reviewed journals and presentations across the world.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS
• Alaggia, R., Maiter, S., & Jenney, A. (2016). In whose words? Struggles and strategies of service providers working with immigrant clients with limited language abilities in the violence against women sector and child protection services. Child & Family Social Work.

• Augimeri, L.K., Pepler, D., Walsh, M., & Kivlenieks, M. (in press). Addressing children’s disruptive behavior problems: A thirty-year journey with SNAP (Stop Now
And Plan). In P. Sturmey (Ed.), Handbook of violence and aggression: Assessment, prevention, and treatment of individuals (Vol. 1). Wiley Publishing.

• Augimeri, L. K., Walsh, M., Donato, A., Blackman, A., & Piquero, A. R. (under review). The genesis of SNAP (Stop Now And Plan): How to effectively ensure children improve their self-control and reduce criminal contact. Special Issue – Advances in Research on Self-Control, Journal of Criminal Justice.

• Augimeri, L. K., Walsh, M., Enebrink, P., Jiang, D., Blackman, A., & Kanter, D. (under review). Gender specific childhood risk assessment tools: Early Assessment Risk Lists for Boys (EARL-20B) and Girls (EARL-21G). In R. K. Otto & K. S. Douglas (Eds.), Handbook of violence risk assessment (2nd ed.). Oxford, UK: Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

• Glover, S. & Phillips, M. (Feb 2017). How can educators help students be empathetic towards students with learning disabilities? Article posted on the LD@School website (best practices in LD Education). https://www.ldatschool.ca/mental-health-well-being/a-t-e-empathy/

• Jenney, A., Alaggia, R., & Niepage, M. (in press). The lie is that it’s not going to get better: Narratives of resilience from childhood exposure to intimate partner violence. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience.

• Jones, J.K., Minnes, P. & Phillips, M. (submitted to editor Feb 2017). Chapter 14: Developmental Disabilities. In Dozois & Firestone, (Eds.) Abnormal Psychology:
Perspectives 6th Edition.

• Klymkiw, D. F., Milligan, K., Lackner, C., Phillips, M., Schmidt, L. A., & Segalowitz, S. J. (submitted Mar 2017). Does anxiety enhance or hinder attentional and impulse control in youth with ADHD? An ERP analysis. Journal of Attention Disorders.

• Milligan, K., Cosme, R., Wolfe-Miscio, M., Mintz, L, Woon, S., Gage, M. & Phillips, M. (Feb 2017; submitted for publication; April 2017 accepted). Integra Mindfulness Martial Arts Enhances Academic and Social Outcomes for Rural High School Students. Contemporary School Psychology.

• Phillips, M. (winter/spring 2017). Beyond Social Skills: Understanding and Supporting Social Competence in Children with Learning Disabilities. Communique magazine, Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario.

• Scott, S., Augimeri, L.K., & Fifield, J. (2017). Treatment and management: Early interventions in conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder. In Susan Bailey and Paul Tarbuck (Eds.), Forensic Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Meeting the Needs of Young Offenders. Cambridge University Press.

KEYNOTES, CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, POSTERS AND WEBINARS
• Alaggia, R., Jenney, A., Niepage, M. and Donohue, M. (2016, July). How does resilience reveal itself in children exposed to intimate partner violence. Presentation at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, Portsmouth, NH.

• Augimeri, L. (2017, February). How to improve emotion regulation and self-control in children experiencing conduct problems and their families: The SNAP model. Presentation at the Promoting Healthy Relationships for Youth: Breaking Down the Silos in Addressing Mental Health and Violence conference, London, ON.

• Augimeri, L. (2017, February). That art of conducting structured professional judgement risk/needs assessments of students. Workshop at the Promoting Healthy Relationships for Youth: Breaking Down the Silos in Addressing Mental Health and Violence conference, London, ON.

• Augimeri, L. (2016, October). Capacity building for service providers and social enterprises. Thematic panel presentation at the MaRS Discovery District Social Finance Forum, Toronto, ON.

• Augimeri, L. (2016, October). Igniting impact: Mobilizing the private sector for good. Presentation at LEAP: The Centre for Social Impact, Toronto, ON.

• Augimeri, L.K., & Philips, D. (2016, August). SNAP – A strategy to prevent and reduce youth crime. Youth Anti-Crime Trust – Youth Act (3-day series of presentations to government officials and ministries). George Town, Cayman Islands.

• Augimeri, L., Walsh, M., & Donato, A. (2016, November). The genesis of SNAP (Stop Now And Plan) and the impact treatment intensity. Panel Presentation at the American Society of Criminology Conference, New Orleans, LA.

• Augimeri, L., Wash, M., & Donato, A. (2016, June). SNAP and future criminal outcome: A case for intervention during the middle years. Presentation at the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services Conference, New York, NY.

• Augimeri, L., Walsh, M., & Woods, S. (2016, June). SNAP Youth Justice: Engaging justice involved youth through technology emotion regulation, self control and problem solving skills. Poster session presented at the Ministry of Children and Youth Services Direct Operated Custody Facilities Clinical Forum, Toronto, ON.

• Augimeri, L., Walsh, M., Woods, S., Latchford, C., & Murray, B. (2016, May). Teaching justice involved youth to stop and think ‘in the moment’. Presentation at the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care Conference, Thunder Bay, ON.

• Augimeri, L., & Woods, S. (2016, July). SNAP Youth Justice. Presentation at the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services Management Committee Meeting, Toronto, ON.

• Augimeri, L., Woods, S., Walsh, M., Mohamud, A., Latchford, C. (2017, January). SNAP & SNAP Youth Justice. Presentation at the Youth Justice Advisory
Panel, Toronto, ON.

• Cressman, K. (2016, August). Calming the emotional storm: Understanding and supporting emotional dysregulation in students with LDMH. Peer-reviewed workshop presented at Third Annual Educator’s Institute, Toronto, ON.

• Glover, S. & Phillips, M. (2016, August). Beyond social skills: Understanding and supporting social competence in students with LDMH. Peer-reviewed workshop
presented at Third Annual Educator’s Institute, Toronto, ON.

• Golden, J., Phillips, M. & Walker, D. (2016, November). High quality supervision as a model for change. Solution Lab presented at Focus on Quality, CMHO Annual Conference, Toronto, ON.

• Jenney, A. (2016, October). Keeping Mothers in Mind: Trauma informed approaches to supporting mothers who have experienced violence and their young children. Presentation at Collaborating Across Systems: Preventing and Responding to Domestic Violence against Women and Children, Vancouver, BC.

• Jenney, A. and Niepage, M. (2016, April). How does resilience reveal itself in children and youth exposed to intimate partner violence (IPV). Presentation at the
Make Resilience Matter for Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence Symposium, Toronto, ON.

• Klymkiw, D., Milligan, K., Segalowitz, S., Lackner, C., Michaels, C., Phillips, M., & Schmidt, L. A. (2016, May). The Impact of anxiety on impulse control in youth with ADHD: An ERP analysis. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention, Chicago, IL.

• McKeough, T., Gage, M., Mintz, L., & Wolfe Miscio, M. (2016, April). From clinic to school: Delivering the Integra Mindfulness Martial Arts program within the Trillium Lakelands District School Board. Workshop presented at the Summit on Children & Youth Mental Health, Toronto, ON.

• McKeough, T., Slater, R., Phillips, M. & Morgan, A. (2016, October). Fostering resilience and well-being: Bringing the Integra Mindfulness Martial Arts program to Hospital for Sick Children youth with diabetes. Poster presented at the Medical Psychiatry Alliance Conference, Toronto, ON.

• Milligan, K. & Manchester, J. (2016, October). Attention and learning disorders. Workshop presented at the Third Annual UTSC Mindfulness Summit, Toronto, ON.

• Mohamud, A., Sewell, K., Webster, C., Fifield, J., & Kallis, J. (2016, June). Program design and planning for teenaged boys can be aided through use of SAPROF: AV item relevance scores. Presentation at the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services Conference, New York, NY.

• Morgan, A., Jurasek, D. & Phillips, M. (2016, April) Improving emotion regulation in children with learning disabilities and mental health issues (LDMH): The Integra Young Warriors program. Workshop presented at the 5th Annual Ontario Shores conference in Toronto, ON.

• Phillips, M. (2017, March). Beyond social skills: Understanding and supporting social competence. Workshop selected for presentation at the Annual
Solutions for Learning Conference, Burlington, ON.

• Phillips, M. (2016, December). Learning issues for school age children with autism. Presentation at the Physician’s Panel, Geneva International Symposium, Toronto, ON.

• Phillips, M. (2016, November). Defining LDs in Ontario: A historical perspective on our psychology community. Presentation at the Definitions, Diagnosis and Disputes in Learning Disabilities: Towards Unified Practice in Ontario Dorothy Hill Symposium, Toronto, ON.

• Phillips, M., Glover, S. & Scully, J. (2016, November). Improving wait times: An innovative assessment and consultation clinic model for children and youth with
complex needs. Workshop presented at Focus on Quality. CMHO Annual Conference, Toronto, ON.

• Sewell, K. (2016, November). The development of a SNAP model of clinical supervision. Presentation at the Annual CMHO conference, Solution Lab on Supervision, Toronto, ON.

• Walsh, M., Woods, S., Augimieri, L., & Chabbert, P. (2016, November). Working with Indigenous communities to adapt an evidence-based model. Panel Presentation at the American Society of Criminology Conference, New Orleans, LA.

• Woods, S. (2016, November). SNAP Youth Justice model. Presentation at the Roy McMurtry Youth Centre Direct- Operating Working Group, Brampton, ON.

• Woods, S., & Sutherland, J. (2016, June). Engaging justice involved youth and their families. Presentation at the Youth Worker Symposium, Toronto, ON.