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Anna Swan, PhD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Psychiatry
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences


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    Temple University, Phiadelphia, PAPhD09/2017Clinical Psychology
    Temple University, Philadelphia, PAMA01/2014Clinical Psychology
    Yale University, New Haven, CTBA05/2010Psychology
    Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, DEClinical Internship09/2017
    NYU Child Study Center, New York, NYPostdoctoral Fellowship08/2018

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    1. Swan AJ, Kendall PC, Olino T, Ginsburg G, Keeton C, Compton S, Piacentini J, Peris T, Sakolsky D, Birmaher B, Albano AM. Results from the Child/Adolescent Anxiety Multimodal Longitudinal Study (CAMELS): Functional outcomes. J Consult Clin Psychol. 2018 Sep; 86(9):738-750. PMID: 30138013.
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    2. Kendall, P.C., Swan, A.J., Carper, M.C., & Hoff, A. L.APA Handbook on Psychopathology (Eds. Butcher, J., Hooley, J. & Kendall, P.C.). Anxiety disorders among children and adolescents. 2018.
    3. Swan, A.J. & Carpenter, J.Assessing and treating sleep difficulties in anxious children and adolescents. Journal of Health Services Psychology. 2018; 44:7-13.
    4. Wei C, Swan AJ, Makover HB, Kendall PC. A Multi-Informant Examination of Maternal Symptoms and Autonomy Granting in Youth Anxiety. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev. 2017 12; 48(6):1001-1009. PMID: 28389842.
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    5. Swan, A.J., Makover, H., Frank, H.DSM-5 Casebook and Treatment Guide for Child Mental Health. Living in Her Parents’ Shadow: Separation Anxiety Disorder. Psychotherapeutic Perspective. (Eds. Jensen, P. & Galanter, C.). 2017.
    6. Hoff, A.L., Swan, A.J., Mercado, R.J., Kagan, E.R., Crawford, E.A., & Kendall, P.C.Comprehensive textbook of psychotherapy: Theory and practice. (Eds. A. Consoli, L. Beutler and B. Bonger). Psychotherapy with children and adolescents: Theory and practice. 2016.
    7. Swan, A.J. & Kendall, P.C.Fear and missing out: Youth anxiety and functional outcomes. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 2016; 4(23):417-435.
    8. Kendall, P.C., Makover, H., Swan, A.J., Kagan, E., Crawford, E., & Mercado, R.What steps to take: Addressing the appearance of concerning anxiety in youth. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 2016; 23:211-229.
    9. Swan, A. J., Kagan, E., Frank, H., Crawford, E., & Kendall, P.C.Collateral support: Involving parents and schools in CBT for anxious youth. Evidence-Based Practice in Child and Adolescent Mental Health. 2016; 1(1):3-15.
    10. Swan AJ, Carper MM, Kendall PC. In Pursuit of Generalization: An Updated Review. Behav Ther. 2016 09; 47(5):733-746. PMID: 27816084.
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    11. Wei, C., Cummings, C., Herres, J., Read, K., Swan, A., Carper, M., Hoff, A., Mahendra, V., & Kendall, P. C.Child and adolescent therapy: Dissemination and implementation of empirically supported treatments. (Eds. R. Beidas & P.C. Kendall). Dissemination and implementation of evidence based treatment for anxious youth in community settings. 2015.
    12. Herres, J., Makover, H., Cummings, C., Swan, A.J., & Kendall, P.C.Mediators and moderators of youth treatment outcome. (Eds. M. Maric, P. Prins, & T. Ollendick). Moderators and mediators of the treatment of anxiety in children and adolescents. 2015.
    13. Settipani, C. A., Brodman, D. M., Peterman, J., Read, K. L., Hoff, A., Swan, A. J., & Kendall, P. C.The Wiley Handbook of Anxiety Disorders (Eds. P. Emmelkamp & T. Ehring). Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents: Assessment and treatment. 2014.
    14. Beidas RS, Lindhiem O, Brodman DM, Swan A, Carper M, Cummings C, Kendall PC, Albano AM, Rynn M, Piacentini J, McCracken J, Compton SN, March J, Walkup J, Ginsburg G, Keeton CP, Birmaher B, Sakolsky D, Sherrill J. A probabilistic and individualized approach for predicting treatment gains: an extension and application to anxiety disordered youth. Behav Ther. 2014 Jan; 45(1):126-36. PMID: 24411120.
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    15. Swan, A.J., Cummings, C.M., Caporino, N. E., & Kendall, P.C.Evidence-Based Practices for Addressing School-Related Behavior Problems and Disorders. (Eds. Walker, H. & Gresham F.). Evidence-based intervention approaches for students with anxiety and anxiety-related disorders. 2013.
    16. De Los Reyes, A., Ehrlich, K.B., Swan, A.J., Luo, T., Van Wie, M., & Pabón, S.C.An experimental test of whether informants can report about child and family behavior based on settings of behavioral expression. Journal of Child and Family Studies,. 2013; 2(22):177-191.
    17. De Los Reyes A, Thomas SA, Swan AJ, Ehrlich KB, Reynolds EK, Suarez L, Dougherty LR, MacPherson L, Pabón SC. "It Depends on What You Mean by 'Disagree'": Differences between Parent and Child Perceptions of Parent-Child Conflict. J Psychopathol Behav Assess. 2012 09 01; 34(3):293-307. PMID: 25210227.
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    18. De Los Reyes, A., Aldao, A., Thomas, S.A., Daruwala, S.E., Swan, A.J., Van Wie, M., Goepel, K.A., & Lechner, W.Adolescent self-reports of social anxiety: Can they disagree with objective psychophysiological measures and still be valid?. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. 2012; 3(34):308-322.
    19. De Los Reyes A, Youngstrom EA, Swan AJ, Youngstrom JK, Feeny NC, Findling RL. Informant discrepancies in clinical reports of youths and interviewers' impressions of the reliability of informants. J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol. 2011 Oct; 21(5):417-24. PMID: 22040187.
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