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  • Webcast
  •  Nov 16 '18, 13:00 EST
  •  3.0 CE

This workshop provides an overview of qualitative methods, with a focus upon the design and publication of clinical research. Attendees will learn about key features of common qualitative methods and epistemological approaches to inquiry.

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  • Webcast
  •  Oct 19 '18, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

This workshop will overview statistics on the large number of women who have difficulty reaching orgasm with partners, and will outline the cultural and individual reasons for this concern. Accurate information on female sexual anatomy and response will be provided.

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  • Webcast
  •  Oct 12 '18, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

This workshop will focus on strategies and necessary components for writing effective psychological assessment reports, including common pitfalls and problems with many more traditional reports. 

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  • Webcast
  •  Sep 21 '18, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

Clients often present with weight concerns and related distress (e.g., depression, eating disorders, body image concerns, stigma) which are not effectively treated with behavioral weight loss. Self-acceptance-based treatments are emerging to enhance clients' mental and physical health without focusing on weight loss.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

Motivational Interviewing is an evidence-based conversational style that enhances a person’s readiness for positive changes. It has been increasingly used in healthcare settings to help strengthen patients’ sense of importance and confidence in making healthy choices, which can include physical activity, nutrition, medication adherence, appointment attendance, smoking cessation, and use of preventive services.

Closed captioning is provided with this program.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) consisting of exposure and ritual prevention (EX/RP) is a highly effective treatment for individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). However, some patients are not helped by this treatment or experience only a minimal reduction in symptoms. Factors that often interfere with EX/RP include poor treatment adherence, comorbid depression, ruptures in the therapeutic alliance, and impaired insight.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

Our Ethics Code allows us to offer only "conditional" confidentiality. But if we do not always protect confidences, how can we “respect the rights of individuals to … confidentiality” (Aspirational Ethical Principle E)? The initial informed consent conversation is our first and best chance to protect confidentiality rights; but clinically, what is the impact of beginning a relationship by warning that we might disclose what we hear?

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

Trauma and Stress Disorders have gained diagnostic ascendency in the DSM-5, distinguishing themselves from the categories of Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders, and Dissociative Disorders. This workshop addresses the distinguishing features of the Trauma and Stress Disorders, and recent developments in relation to their conceptualization, diagnosis, and treatment, including the new APA Treatment Guidelines for PTSD.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

The DSM-5 has recently recognized Gambling Disorder as the first-ever behavioral disorder, and included it in its chapter on Substance Related and Other Addictive Disorders. Internet Gaming is included as a Condition for Further Study, with accumulating evidence in support of its future inclusion. Meanwhile, cyber porn, compulsive online shopping, cell phone addiction, Netflix binging, and compulsive social media use have all gained increased attention both in the scientific and professional literatures.

Closed captioning is provided with this program.

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  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

The DSM-5 introduces a sweeping array of changes into its new section of Neurodevelopmental Disorders which replace the earlier chapter on Disorders of Childhood, Infancy and Early Adolescence. In its place is a category that introduces the newly conceptualized Autism Spectrum Disorder, which itself replaces previous designations of autistic disorder, pervasive developmental disorder and Asperger's disorder, to name a few.

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