Dr. Stoner has broad interest in the resilience of youth, and her research explores predictors of positive mental health outcomes of high-needs, at-risk youth served in various care systems. Her current research investigates clinical outcomes for youth with cystic fibrosis (CF) and their families through projects aimed at establishing and maintaining a clinical outcomes registry and applying an illness-specific risk-taking model to youth with CF. Dr. Stoner is a child clinical psychologist.
Stoner, A. M. & Greene, C. (2017, November). CF as a family affair. Co-chair of psychosocial panel at 2017 North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
Stoner, A. M. (2017, May). Strategies to encourage health behavior change in patients and families. University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center Pediatrics Grand Rounds, Worcester, MA.
Stoner, A. M. (2016, February). Coping while caring for someone with CF. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Cystic Fibrosis Education Day, Milwaukee, WI.
Stoner, A. M. (2015, December). Behavioral interventions for enuresis and encopresis. Medical College of Wisconsin Child Psychiatry Fellows Didactics, Milwaukee, WI.
Stoner, A. M. (2015, October). Pediatric psychology. Guest lecture, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.
Stoner, A. M. (2015, October). Internship, postdoc, and beyond. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Pediatric Psychology Practicum Didactics, Milwaukee, WI.
Stoner, A. M. (2015, February). Clinical considerations when working with youth in foster care. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Pediatric Psychology Practicum Didactics, Milwaukee, WI.
Stoner, A. M. (2014, January). Keeping kids in the community: Predictors of community tenure in youth previously receiving inpatient psychiatric services. La Rabida Children’s Hospital Grand Rounds, Chicago, IL.
Stoner, A. M. (2012, October). Working with traumatized youth in the school system. Professional development presentation, Algiers Technology Academy, New Orleans, LA.
Dunleavy, A. M. (2009, April). Predictors of long-term mental health outcomes in children in foster care: A strength-outcome specific approach. Clinical psychology colloquium, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL.
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