Community of Practice- Non-Traditional Families Part 3

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Nevine Estaphan, MD , General Psychiatrist and Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Assistant Professor- WVU Medicine Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry. Graduated from School of Medicine, Cairo University of Egypt- Trained for Pediatrics in Egypt and when immigrated to the USA, completed required certification, and acquired ECFMG certificate and then trained as Psychiatry Resident and then followed by Child and Adolescent Fellowship in WVU School of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry. After graduation and upon starting my career with the Behavioral Medicine Department, proposed, and founded ReACT clinic that started in March 2020. This clinic is a specialty clinic for children and their care givers who experience complex trauma. Currently the lead clinician and medical director of ReACT. Clinical Interests are various, but with a special passion for children with adverse childhood experiences and their safe guardians. Research interests in the same field as well as rare genetic disorders.


Bridget Bailey, PhD, MSW, LICSW is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Therapist in the Department of Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry at West Virginia University, School of Medicine. She graduated with a Bachelors of Philosophy in Social Work from University of Pittsburgh in 2009, a Masters in Social Work from Ohio State University in 2010, and a Ph.D. from Ohio State University College of Social Work in 2020. She currently holds licensure as an Independent Clinical Social Worker under the West Virginia Board of Social Work Licensure. Dr. Bailey has eight years of clinical experience in the field of mental health and specializes in the use of evidence-based psychotherapy for youth and adults with mood disorders and trauma. Dr. Bailey’s primary research focus is clinical translational research in the area of bipolar disorders (BP). Dr. Bailey’s research examines the efficacy and effectiveness of psychosocial interventions for youth and adults with BP with common and complex comorbidities including trauma and substance use. This research informs personalization of treatment by examining which treatments work best for whom. Dr. Bailey’s current research efforts also include effectiveness and implementation of evidence based treatment for youth with complex trauma and their caregivers. Dr. Bailey’s long-term goal is to implement evidence-based interventions into routine clinical practice in community-based settings where they will impact diverse and vulnerable populations.


Learning Objectives:


-The mission of and services available at the ReAct clinic

-Psychoeducation regarding complex trauma and its effects on youth and families

-Evidence-based treatments available for youth and families with complex trauma


Topic: IMPACT WV Communities of Practice

Time:  Feb 2, 2021 03:00 PM


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