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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD
Clin Psychologist, director, PI, suicide prevention & PTSD researcher, apa div 56 trauma program/SM chair, & umd alum, views are my own.
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kathleen ashton phd May 22
Do you think of PTSD when you think of psychologists and ? Turns out that psychologists at the VA are also experts at .
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Div56 Trauma Psych May 17
The Spring 2019 edition of the Division 56 newsletter, "Trauma Psychology News", is here! Check it out:
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD May 16
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RockyMountain MIRECC May 14
Administrative Military Discharge and Suicidal Ideation Among Post-9/11 Veterans
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STRONG STAR PTSD May 14
New book on Written Exposure Therapy, co-authored by Denise Sloan, a STRONG STAR principal investigator who is using this therapy in one of our current clinical trials at sites in San Antonio and Killeen, TX. --
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD May 13
Thanks !
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Lisa Brenner May 13
Participating in the . Each day for 1 week, name 5 rising & challenge another senior woman. Day 4: Tagging the esteemed
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD May 8
I love all the tweets about journal articles you’ve been posting! It helps me keep up on the literature!
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD May 8
Oooo, can’t wait to read this!
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD May 5
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD May 3
I am beyond proud of for receiving her certification as a prolonged exposure therapist from Edna Foa! It took a lot of hard work! She has helped so many people recover from and will help many more! Congratulations Sam!
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Rebecca Sripada May 1
Factors Associated With Receipt of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy or Prolonged Exposure Therapy Among Individuals With PTSD | Psychiatric Services
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD May 1
Yes! Currently working on a publication on Veterans’ thoughts on involving a concerned significant other (CSO) in means safety. The majority of Veterans indicated they wanted to discuss lethal means safety with a mental health professional and they wanted a CSO involved.
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RockyMountain MIRECC Apr 30
improving suicide prevention for female Veterans by understanding their
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RockyMountain MIRECC Apr 30
Quality Improvement Evaluation of the Feasibility and Acceptability of Adding a Concerned Significant Other to Safety Planning for Suicide Prevention With Veterans via
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD Apr 30
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SPRC Apr 29
We’re happy to help! Thank you for the work you do and !
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Bryann B. DeBeer PhD Apr 29
Thanks to for featuring our recent publication on involving concerned significant others in safety planning with Veterans. Check out the summary here
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Craig Bryan, PsyD, ABPP Apr 27
Replying to @craigjbryan
Erika Roberge: BCBT reduces insomnia but TAU does not.
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Craig Bryan, PsyD, ABPP Apr 27
Replying to @craigjbryan
Erika Roberge: improvements in sleep are driven by reductions in hopelessness and other suicidal beliefs.
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