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Beckford, C. Wallace, B.C. (2016). Introduction to the Special Theme Issue on Health Disparities, Trauma, Disruptive and Criminal Behaviors and the Adolescent Brain: Conference Collaborators, Major Developments in Conference Planning, and Overview of the Articles. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 15(3):141-154.

(2016). Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 15(3):141-154

Introduction

Introduction to the Special Theme Issue on Health Disparities, Trauma, Disruptive and Criminal Behaviors and the Adolescent Brain: Conference Collaborators, Major Developments in Conference Planning, and Overview of the Articles

Carla Beckford, Ph.D. and Barbara C. Wallace, Ph.D.

The November 21, 2015, conference Health Disparities, Trauma, Disruptive and Criminal Behaviors and the Adolescent Brain, examined the national problem of youth incarceration by exploring research on the adolescent brain, trauma, poverty, racism, health disparities and mental health treatment. This special theme issue of the Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy provides an opportunity for selected authors to contribute original articles that capture their contributions to the conference event. The purpose of this article is to provide an introduction to this special theme issue. This article provides an overview of the following: the roots of the conference, including the role of numerous collaborators; specific major developments that contributed to the evolution of the conference focus; and a brief overview of the actual articles that have been selected for inclusion in the theme issue.

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