Presentations

  • Flores, C.G., Hancock-Smith, A. D., Parekh, N., Balkhi, A. (November 2014). Habit Reversal Therapy for the Treatment of Tic and Tourette’s Disorder. Presented at the 40th Annual Florida Association of School Psychologists, Sarasota, FL.
  • Reid, A. M., McNamara, J. P. H., Balkhi, A. M., Bussing, R., Storch, E. A., Murphy, T. K., & Geffken, G. R. (2014, November). The role of executive functioning in the symptom severity and treatment outcome for pediatric obsessive-compulsive symptoms. In R. R. Selles (Chair), Treatment Factors in Childhood Anxiety and OCD. Symposium to conducted at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Balkhi, A.M., Olsen, B., Lazaroe, L., Silverstein, J. & Geffken, G.R. (August, 2014). Managing Diabetes Online: A Clinic Based Prevalence Study of Internet Use in Parents of Children with Type 1 Diabetes. Poster Presented at the 2014 American Psychological Association Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
  • Fernandez, A.*, Reid, A.M., Balkhi, A., Chou, C., Deacon, B., Geffken, G., McNamara, J.P.H., Flores, C. (2014, February). The effects of therapist anxiety and disgust sensitivity on exposure therapy implementation for the treatment of pediatric anxiety disorders. Poster to be presented at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Miami, FL.
  • Reid, A.M., Meyer, J.M., Balkhi, A.M., McNamara, J.P.H., & Flores, C. (July 2013). Emerging Research on Treatment Outcomes for Pediatric OCD. Symposium to be presented at the International OCD Foundation’s 20th Annual OCD Conference.
  • Balkhi, A.M., Reid, A.M., McNamara, J.P.H., Flores, C., & Callahan, C. (July 2013). OCD +: Treatment Considerations and Recommendations for Patients with Dual Diagnoses. Symposium to be presented at the International OCD Foundation’s 20th Annual OCD Conference.
  • Balkhi, A.M., Reid, A.M., McNamara, J., & Geffken, G.R.. (April, 2013). Quantifying the Diabetes Online Community: The Impact on Parenting Behaviors. Poster Presented at the 2013 National Conference in Pediatric Psychology.
  • Reid, A.M., Balkhi, A.M., St. Amant, J., Navia, L., Silerstein, J., Geffken, G. (April, 2013). Relationships Between Quality of Life, Family Factors, Adherence, and Glycemic Control in Pediatric Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. Poster Presented at the 2013 National Conference in Pediatric Psychology.
  • Navia, L.*, Balkhi, A.M., McNamara, J., Geffken, G., & Storch, E.A (April, 2013). Depression, Social Anxiety, and Peer Victimization: The Effects of Loneliness and Social Problems on Children with Endocrine Disorders. Poster Presented at the 2013 National Conference in Pediatric Psychology.
  • Balkhi, A.M. (November 2012). Quantifying the Diabetes Online Community: An Investigation of Online Relationships. Presentation at the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology Annual Fall Research Symposium. PowerPoint
  • Heesacker, M., Lim, C., Locker, T.K., Balkhi, A.M. (August 2012). Fat Stigma Across the Life-Span:Interpersonal, Psychological, Occupational, and Medical Consequences. Symposium  presented at the 2012 American Psychological Association Annual Convention. PowerPoint
  • Augusto, B.* (March 2012). Use of Subjective and Objective Sleep Measures to Investigate How Internalizing Symptoms and Sleep Influence Non-Clinical Obsessions and Compulsions. Poster presentation by Undergraduate Mentee at 13th Annual UF Undergraduate Research Symposium.
  • Roberts, A. M., Mayor, M. & Parent, M.C. (March 2011). Factors Influencing Physician Trust and PatientSatisfaction. Poster presentation at Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting.
  • Roberts, A. M. (February 2011). Factors Influencing Physician Trust and Patient Satisfaction.Presentation to University of Florida Psychology Club.
  • Nackers, L. M., Dubyak, P. J., Durning, P. E., von Castel-Roberts, K. M., Lane, C.L., Roberts, A. M., Anton, S. D. & Perri, M. D.. (July, 2011). Improving lifestyle interventions for obesity: The effects of moderate versus mild caloric restriction and large versus small group size. Abstract Presented at 2011 Society of Behavioral Medicine Conference.
  • * Denotes Undergraduate Mentee