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Description: Materials created by the Affirm Lab, directed by Maggi Price, PhD, assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Boston College. The Affirm Lab's mission is to improve therapy for stigmatized youth.
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Effectiveness & Acceptability of ESTs in GM Youth Across 4 RCTs
We examined the effectiveness of empirically-supported mental health treatments for gender minority youths (who endorsed a wish to be the opposite sex...
Therapy Experiences of Transgender and Gender Diverse Adolescents and Their Caregivers
Transgender and gender diverse (TGD) adolescents and their caregivers have highlighted the dearth of providers trained in gender-affirming care as a c...
Are Psychotherapies Less Effective for Black Youth in Communities with Higher Levels of Anti-Black Racism?
The study examined whether anti-Black cultural racism moderates the efficacy of youth psychotherapy interventions.
Cultural Sexism Moderates Efficacy of Psychotherapy: Results from a Spatial Meta-Analysis
We examined whether cultural sexism (county- and state-level gender attitudes) moderates the efficacy of psychotherapies by re-analyzing data from a p...
Emotion Regulatory Systems and Performance in Youth: An Examination of Youth of Color’s Resilience to Stress
This study examines racial variation in physiological regulation, emotion regulation, and performance during a social-evaluative stressor in a clinic-...
An Intersectional Examination of Identity-Based Disparities in the Mental Health Symptomatology of Clinically Referred Youth
Gender minority youth (“GMY”; i.e., children and adolescents whose gender identity or expression differs from societal expectations for their birth-as...
The Effectiveness and Acceptability of Evidence-Based Practices for Gender Minority Youth
Introduction: Gender minority (GM) youth report elevated rates of anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicidality, and other mental health concerns relati...
A Systematic Narrative Review of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies with Asian American Youth
Asian American (AsA) youth comprise a large and fast-growing proportion of the U. S. population. AsA youth have comparable, and in some cases higher, ...
Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth’s Experiences of Gender-Related Adversity
Transgender and gender diverse youth (TGD youth; i.e., children and adolescents who do not identify with their birth-assigned sex) face a variety of t...
Future Directions in Mental Health Treatment with Stigmatized Youth
Stigma refers to societally-deemed inferiority associated with a circumstance, behavior, status, or identity. It manifests internally, interpersonally...
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