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  • Webcast
  •  Oct 4 '19, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

The CASES approach was developed by the National Center for Ethics in Healthcare to assist healthcare professionals in resolving ethical dilemmas. This presentation will define what constitutes an ethical dilemma, provide the rationale for using the CASES approach, teach the steps of the CASES approach, and provide examples of using the CASES approach to arrive at a decision about how to resolve an ethical dilemma.

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  • Webcast
  •  Sep 13 '19, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

Elite performers in any domain engage in substantially more deliberate practice (DP) than their less accomplished peers.  This is true in the practice of psychotherapy as well.

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  • Webcast
  •  Jun 21 '19, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

The crisis response plan (CRP) is a brief intervention designed to prevent suicidal behavior in at-risk individuals. Results of a recently-completed randomized clinical trial support the efficacy of CRP as compared to treatment as usual, and indicate the CRP reduced suicide attempts by 76% as compared to treatment as usual.

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  • Webcast
  •  Jun 14 '19, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

This skill building session explores the ethical principles involved in responding to disasters. A brief overview of the relevant ethical theories, principles pertinent to disaster psychology that can guide psychologists' actions will be given along with a contextual operational frame used in disaster situations.

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  • Webcast
  •  May 10 '19, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

This workshop will identify ways to promote high-quality, effective palliative and end-of-life care and provide guidance on clinical practice that supports individuals with advanced serious and terminal illness and their care partners.

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  • Webcast
  •  May 3 '19, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

Psychologists grapple with ethical dilemmas as a matter of course—less in the context of a battle with personal demons than in recognition that there are many paths to addressing the needs of patients, clients, students, colleagues, and ourselves.  Failure to cultivate an evolving understanding of relevant codes and guidelines can ruin interventions that otherwise are motivated by the very best of intentions.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

In the context of the overrepresentation of people with mental illness in the criminal justice system, neuroscience has taken on a new importance in criminal justice. Advances in the science are changing how courts approach this evidence, placing an added burden on psychologists to get it right: to understand the current standards and specific uses of neuroscience, what to expect in the future, and how to insist on presenting accurate and reliable evidence.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

Robust empirical findings, anecdotal case reports, and theoretical reviews are quite kind to CBT spectrum approaches with youth experiencing psychological difficulties. Perhaps, the science and practicality explain the fondness many working clinicians express for the treatment paradigm.  While numerous practitioners identify with the clinical model, data suggest far too many therapists misapply the procedures.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

Recent diagnostic developments have given rise to the renewed conceptualization, assessment, and treatment of behavioral addictions.  The official recognition of Gambling Disorder has been joined by the consideration of Online Gaming Disorder and wide range of other potential behavioral addictions from within the “Impulsive-Compulsive” spectrum of disorders.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

Recent years have seen an increase in opioid-related deaths, resulting in renewed interest in non-pharmacologic treatments for managing chronic pain. Although psychology has a long-standing history in pain care, many clinicians have a limited awareness of its historical and ongoing presence in this arena.

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