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Editorial Board. Council Page. Table of Contents. Considerations for Treating Young People With Comorbid Autism Spectrum Disorder and Substance Use Disorder Juvenile Radicalization Into Violent Extremism: Investigative and Research Perspectives “Just Breathe” AACAP Consumer Issues CommitteeLiving With Mental Illness: Books, Stories, and Memoirs (Anger)2019American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP)Washington, DC TinaMaltiKenneth H.RubinHandbook of Child and Adolescent Aggression2018The Guilford PressNew York, NY Hats Off: Journal Awards 2019. Invisible Allies: Thanking Our Reviewers Transparency: Disclosure of Financial Interests Bilingualism in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Finding Meaning in Translation. Folate Deficiency Based Autism as an Orofacial Clefts/Neural Tube Defect Spectrum Disorder. Dr. Tillman etal. Reply. Attention Pleas. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Perceptions and Career Preference: Participation in a National Medical Student Conference Improves Outcomes. 17.4 ENGAGING RURAL COMMUNITIES IN YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION. 18.3 A SEARCH FOR BELONGING: ASD AND ENGENDERING IDENTITY. 18.4 THE CLINICAL COMPLEXITIES INVOLVED IN DIAGNOSING GENDER DYSPHORIA IN TRANSITIONAL-AGE YOUTH (TAY) WITH ASD. 20.1 THE FAMILY ACCEPTANCE PROJECT'S MODEL FOR LGBTQ YOUTH. 20.2 TRAUMA-FOCUSED COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (TF-CBT) FOR LGBTQ YOUTH. 21.1 INTEGRATING FAMILY THERAPY INTO THE PEDIATRIC INPATIENT MEDICAL SETTING. 21.4 A MODEL TO PRIORITIZE FAMILY THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF CONVERSION DISORDER IN THE OUTPATIENT CLINIC. 22.4 TRADING PLACES FOR A BETTER OUTCOME: A MOBILE SCHOOL-BASED MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC. OUTPATIENT CARE THAT WORKS BETTER: NOVEL METHODS OF IMPROVING ACCESS, EFFICIENCY, AND PROVIDER SATISFACTION. 23.3 NURSE PRACTITIONER LEADERSHIP IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY OUTPATIENT CLINIC. 24.2 EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR IN ASD. 25.1 DEPRESCRIBING: WHAT EVERY CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIST SHOULD KNOW. 25.3 CONSIDERING PROVIDERS' ATTITUDES TO GUIDEDEPRESCRIBING. 26.3 CLINICIAN DECISION-MAKING AND EXPERT RATINGS OF PEDIATRIC BIPOLAR DISORDER VIGNETTES. IMPROVING EMERGENCY CARE FOR YOUTH AT RISK FOR SUICIDE. 27.4 PROMOTING ACCESS TO CARE AFTER EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT DISCHARGE: OUTCOMES FROM AN INTEGRATED PEDIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH OUTPATIENT CLINIC. 6.7 IMPLEMENTING COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT OF COMORBID PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN CHILDREN WITH EPILEPSY: A COLLABORATIVE CARE MODEL. 7.3 BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS FOR ASD: A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES. IMPACT OF CHILD MALTREATMENT: CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY ROLE IN RISK, RESILIENCY, AND SYSTEMS OF CARE. 8.4 ADOPTION: WORKING WITH FAMILIES TO PROMOTE CONNECTIONS AND COMPETENCE. 8.5 CHILD MALTREATMENT TO PRISON PIPELINE: CROSSOVER YOUTH IN CHILD WELFARE AND JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEMS. 1.2 SCREENING, BRIEF INTERVENTION, AND REFERRAL TO TREATMENT (SBIRT): EDUCATION IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY TRAINING CURRICULUM. 1.6 MATERNAL 15Q11-Q13 DUPLICATION SYNDROME WITH ASD: MOOD STABILIZATION BY CARBAMAZEPINE. 1.8 ANOREXIA NERVOSA VERSUS AVOIDANT/RESTRICTIVE FOOD INTAKE DISORDER (ARFID) IN TREATMENT-SEEKING ADOLESCENTS: HOW DO THESE POPULATIONS DIFFER? 1.16 ALTERED NEURAL TRACT SEGMENTS AS AN INTERMEDIATE PHENOTYPE OF ASD. 1.18 STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF MEMORY IN ASD REVEALED BY A META-ANALYSIS. 1.20 PSYCHIATRIC COMORBIDITIES IN CHILDREN WITH ADHD AND ASD ON THE US-MEXICO BORDER. 1.24 ASSESSING IRRITABILITY IN CHILDREN WITH ASD USING THE AFFECTIVE REACTIVITY INDEX. 1.26 COMPARISON OF GUSTATORY SENSORY OVER-RESPONSIVITY BETWEEN PARENT-REPORT AND DIRECT ASSESSMENT IN A PEDIATRIC COHORT. 1.30 CROSS-SECTOR SERVICE USE PATTERNS AND THEIR PREDICTORS FOR CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. 1.33 HIGH-RESOLUTION EEG CONNECTIVITY MODELING OF ADHD CO-OCCURRENCE IN ASD AND ASSOCIATED METHYLPHENIDATE RESPONSE. 1.35 THE EFFECTS OF MEDICAID HOME AND COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES WAIVERS ON EXPENDITURES FOR CHILDREN WITH ASD. 1.38 ATTACHMENT AND EPIGENETICS: A SCOPING REVIEW OF RECENT RESEARCH AND CURRENT KNOWLEDGE. The Developmental Trajectories of Excitability and Irritability.