PUBLICATIONS

by Dr. Erin Roemer

A selection of professional workshops, scientific articles and professional publications Dr. Roemer has authored.

PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS:

  • Erwin, B. A., Petrides, J. & Roemer, E. (November 2015). Managing children’s anxiety in school.
    Presentation given at West Chester Area School District, West Chester, PA.
  • Lee, E. & Dettore, M. (April 2011). Effective strategies to implement when working with classified students demonstrating externalizing behaviors. Workshop was given at Irvington School District Special Services Department, Irvington, New Jersey.
  • Brandwein, D., Lee, E., & Liotta, L. (July 2011). Overview of psychological assessment for special groups in childhood and the treatment of personality traits in adolescence. Workshop was given at Child Care Services in Newark, New Jersey.
  • Brandwein, D., Lee, E., & Peters, N. (April 2010). The role of the psychologist as child advocate: Using evidence-based practices to improve advocacy efforts. Workshop was presented at Montclair State University Child Advocacy Center Fifth Annual National Conference, Montclair, New Jersey.

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES AND PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS:

  • Garro, A., Brandwein, D., Calafiore, T. Lee, E., & Peters, N. (2010). The education and management of children exposed to traumatic stress: A prevention-based approach for school psychologists. The School Psychologist, 64, 6-12.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

  • Erwin, B. A., Petrides, J., & Roemer, E. L. (April 2016). Integrating the community in the treatment of youth who don’t get better.Symposium will be take place at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Erwin, B.A., Mol, Marks, D., Roemer, E.L., & Petrides, J. (April 2016). Disseminating and adapting empirically-based clinical practices to meet the needs of community members seeking treatment for anxiety and depression in private practice settings. Roundtable discussion will take place at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Brandwein, D., Calafiore, T., & Lee, E. (November 2012). The Use of the Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale as a Measure of Parental Emotion Dysregulation. Poster was presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, Inner Harbor, Maryland.
  • Dettore, M., Lee, E. & Gardner, F. (February 2012). Acceptance-based group treatment for externalizing behaviors in an urban school.Paper was presented at the National Association for School Psychology Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Ostrowski, M., Lee, E., & Brandwein, D. (February 2012). Examining the dissemination of evidence-based interventions in schools. Poster was presented at the National Association for School Psychology Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Brandwein, D., Calafiore, T., Lee, E., & Prempeh, B. (February 2012). Assessing the need for programs to address bullying and victimization. Paper was presented at the National Association for School Psychology Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Lee, E., Liotta, L., & Brandwein, D. (November 2011). Discrepancy between experiential avoidance and personality traits in problem behaviors within an educational setting. Poster was presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, Toronto, Canada.
  • Lee, E., Liotta. L., Brandwein, D. (February 2010). Predictors of academic risky behaviors in late-adolescence. Paper was presented at the National Association for School Psychology Conference, San Francisco, California.
  • Ostrowski, M., Lee, E., & Brandwein, D. (November 2010). Awareness of emotion regulation among school-based mental health professionals. Poster was presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, San Francisco, California.
  • Kempel, J., Lee, E., & Wolanin, A. (November 2010). Examining experiential avoidance as a mediator between personality traits and aggressive or illegal activity. Poster was presented the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, San Francisco, California.
  • Lee, E. & Wolanin, A. (June 2010). The role of experiential avoidance in a community sample. Poster was presented at the World Congress Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Lee, E., Dettore, M., & Wolanin, A. (June 2010). Examining the use of treatment manuals and outcomes in a graduate training clinic.Paper was presented at the World Congress Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Patel, H., Lee, E., & Wolanin, A. (November 2009). Discrepancy between achievement and cognitive abilities in adults diagnosed with ADHD. Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, New York City, New York.
  • Frum, D.F., Scarth, E.E., Saurs, L.A., & Lee, E. (November 2009). Personality traits and mindfulness effects on depression in female undergraduate students. Poster was presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, New York City, New York.
  • Scarth, E. E., Panichelli-Mindel, S.M., Anghelone, S., Miller, R. H., Lee, E. & Raimo, S. (November 2008). Discrepancies in parent and child ratings of child’s depression and anxiety: Does parent anxiety and depression have a moderating effect? Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Biringen, Z., Aberle, J., Altenhofen, S., Bennett, S., Lee, E., Meyer, B., Moorlag, A., & Sheek, K. (March 2007). The emotional availability intervention: A professional development program for child care providers of infants and toddlers. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Lee, E., Sheek, K., & Sutherland, K. (April 2006). Project SECURE for child care providers of infants and toddlers: Creating emotionally available environments in the community. Poster presented at the Colorado State University Undergraduate Research and Creativity Showcase, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Erin L. Roemer, PsyD

The psychologists at the Anxiety and OCD Center are dedicated to the study, assessment, and treatment of anxiety and related disorders.

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