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  • Webinar
  •  Sep 16 '20, 13:00 EDT
  •  1.5 CE

This workshop is designed for stakeholders and practitioners working with patients who have been exposed to life-threatening or traumatic events and who develop Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD is one of the most prevalent of all psychological disorders and is being more readily recognized in clinical practices worldwide.

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  •  CE

This innovative 10-course program provides motivated individuals like you with the experience and ability to grow as a leader and take on leadership positions. For a one-time bundle fee, you get access to a series of 10 interactive webinar courses to be watched live or on-demand. Each program offers 1 CE Credit.

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  • Webcast
  •  May 15 '20, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

Many clinicians wish to affirmatively treat gender-diverse clients, but have had minimal exposure to gender-related topics in their clinical training and struggle to "know what they don't know." This workshop is intended for professionals wishing to increase their competency in providing affirming care to transgender, gender nonconforming, nonbinary, and gender-exploring children, adolescents, and adults.

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  • Webinar
  •  Apr 17 '20, 13:00 EDT
  •  1.5 CE

This workshop reviews an empirically supported CBT model for the assessment and clinical management of suicide risk, with hope as a core construct. The importance of facilitating hope across all assessment, clinical management, and treatment domains is discussed.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.0 CE

Knowledge regarding pain psychology concepts, diagnostics, and treatment is lacking across professional disciplines- including our own. Learners will leave equipped with understanding of the biospychosocial treatment model of pain, as well as tools, skills, enduring resources to engage patients in psychosocial pain treatment.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.0 CE

Nationally, multiple barriers prevent patients from accessing behavioral medicine for pain. For instance, few psychologists and mental health therapists are trained to treat pain (Darnall et al, Pain Psychology: A global needs assessment and national call to action.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.0 CE

There has been a rise in interest in remote monitoring of pain and other symptoms with mHealth technology designed to support individuals in making lifestyle changes needed to improve quality of life. Consumer demand for remote assessment programs, health ‘apps’ and sensors has far outpaced the science needed to understand their benefits and impact.

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  • Webinar
  •  Jun 10 '20, 13:00 EDT
  •  1.5 CE

Research suggests that up to 2/3 of psychologists report a need for training in behavioral medicine for pain. This workshop provides a high-level foundational overview of the role of psychology in the experience and treatment of pain. The workshop covers evidence-based behavioral pain medicine principles, reviews high yield therapeutic targets to assess and address, provides case-based learning, and patient and clinician resources.

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  • Webinar
  •  Oct 14 '20, 13:00 EDT
  •  1.5 CE

Over the past decade the number of behavioral health providers working in primary care settings has increased exponentially, reflecting heightened recognition of the benefits of integrated care. This workshop provides an overview of the primary care behavioral health (PCBH) model of integration, a population health, team-based approach for improving the care of primary care patients. 

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  • Webinar
  •  Nov 13 '20, 13:00 EST
  •  1.5 CE

This workshop takes the view that the APA Ethics Code is a “living document” framed by fundamental principles (and their underlying assumptions) and meant to be flexible enough to meet challenges in practice and adaptable to address changes in our world. Competing ethical models and their goals are described.

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  • Webinar
  •  Jun 19 '20, 13:00 EDT
  •  1.5 CE

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBTs) is consistently referred to as "evidence-based" or "empirically supported." However, even the most experienced and skillful cognitive-behavioral therapists understand from experience that CBT doesn't always work.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CE

This workshop begins with an overview of the prevalence and incidence of suicide in the U.S. followed by a discussion of prevailing myths about suicidality. The presenter describes various suicide risk and vulnerability factors within the context of extant differences as a function of sex, ethnicity, gender identity, age, and occupation.

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  • Webinar
  •  Apr 8 '20, 13:00 EDT
  •  1.5 CE

This workshop is designed to help you practice cognitive behavior therapy in culturally responsive ways. Using the ADDRESSING framework, we’ll consider influences related to Age and generational roles, Disability, Religion and spirituality, Ethnic and racial identity, Socioeconomic status, Sexual orientation, Indigenous heritage, National origin, and Gender.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CE

This workshop provides foundational knowledge to mental health professionals who are new to the field of psycho-oncology, about common problems (e.g. depression, anxiety) encountered in the context of cancer care and psychological approaches to treatment

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  • Webcast
  •  Oct 16 '20, 13:00 EDT
  •  3.0 CE

This workshop presents components for building effective Disaster Response Network (DRN) frameworks for psychologists as part of multi-disciplinary teams in organizations.

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