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Ethics Conversations: Session 2
  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CE

In this 90-minute webinar, Dr. Robert Kinscherff will address viewer-inspired ethical scenarios. In advance of the webinar, participants are invited to submit de-identified ethical scenarios for consultation and discussion. Dr. Kinscherff will address a selected set of these scenarios during the webinar, addressing the ethical considerations and potential resolutions, before opening the session to participant reflection and discussion.

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Ethics Conversations: Session 1
  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CE

In this 90-minute webinar, Dr. Robert Kinscherff will address viewer-inspired ethical scenarios. In advance of the webinar, participants are invited to submit de-identified ethical scenarios for consultation and discussion. Dr. Kinscherff will address a selected set of these scenarios during the webinar, addressing the ethical considerations and potential resolutions, before opening the session to participant reflection and discussion.

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Effective and Ethical Practice: Billing and Collecting for Your Mental Health Practice
  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

While mental health professionals receive extensive training in the clinical aspects of their professional roles, they typically receive minimal, if any, education and training in the business aspects of practice. If all clients paid cash for the services provided at the end of each session little additional assistance would be needed.

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Evaluating Autism Spectrum Disorders with the ASRS: New Data and New Ideas
  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

This presentation includes a brief overview of definitions of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and a large study based on the Autism Spectrum Rating Scale (ASRS; Goldstein & Naglieri, 2009) standardization and validity samples. We will examine psychometric qualities of Autism scales and the ASRS including administration, reliability, validity, interpretation, and treatment planning.

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Identifying and Treating Your Patients' (often unrecognized) Addictions
  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

I always wonder when a mental health provider says: “I don’t treat addictions.”  Of the 45% of the adult population that has an emerging or diagnosable substance or behavioral addiction, a large number are in psychotherapy. Addiction will not necessarily be the presenting problem--not because patients are in denial-- but because they do not know that the issues that bring them to therapy (e.g., depression, low self-esteem, interpersonal conflicts) are the side effects of addiction. 

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Understanding Eating Disorders and the DSM-V
  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

The DSM-5 will carry significant revisions in the category of the Eating Disorders, with significant additions and deletions of disorders in this category, as well as the revision or integration of others. This workshop provides an informed and engaging overview of the conceptual and criteriological changes associated with the diagnosis of eating disorders across time.

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Understanding Personality Disorders and the DSM-V
  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

In this workshop, the presenter will review empirical evidence for the clinical importance of personality pathology, describe problems with DSM-IV classification of personality disorders, present a number of alternative models with a specific focus on the most recent proposal from DSM-5 Personality and Personality Disorders Work Group.

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How to Increase Your Writing Productivity
  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CE

To be successful in academia, it’s not enough to be able to conduct quality research; you also have to make time to disseminate it. The primary mechanism for dissemination is through research published in peer-reviewed journals.  This workshop is dedicated to helping you become a more efficient, effective, and productive writer on your peer-reviewed research.

Closed captioning is provided with this program.

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Interviewing for Faculty Jobs: the Campus Visit
  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CE

Campus Visits (aka: job interviews) typically involve mission-critical meetings with deans, department chairs, search committees, graduate students,  lunch and dinner meetings, and conversations with a variety of other faculty and constituents across campus, in addition to the “crown jewel” of the campus visit: the job talk.  Each of these meetings have distinctive purposes and expectations, and knowing these at the outset gives you a substantial advantage in preparing for your campus visit and in conducting engaging and effective interactions.

Closed captioning is provided with this program.

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Lessons Learned in Academic Psychology: Tales of an Early Career Academic
  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CE

Have you ever found yourself saying, “If I’d only known then, what I know now?” Well, now you can. The purpose of this workshop is to help you avoid trial-and-error learning by providing you key tips for maximizing your professional functioning in four key areas: 1) Writing, Research, and Grants, 2) Teaching and Evaluation, 3) Service and Support, and 4) Balance and Burnout.  Get a leg up on your academic career by learning how to overcome the common hurdles before you come to them. 

Closed captioning is provided with this program.

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Are You Ready for the ICD-10-CM? Practical Concepts and Considerations in the DSM-5 Crossover Part 2 (ICD series)
  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

This workshop provides a working understanding the ICD-10-CM in relation to the DSM-5. It is designed for professionals who are comfortable with the DSM-5 and are interested in understanding the way it which it articulates with the ICD-10-CM. Features of the DSM and the ICD are compared and contrasted, and a “crosswalk” between the two systems is detailed in relation to Somatic Symptom Disorders, Eating Disorders, Substance Use and Other Addictive Disorders, Neurocognitive Disorders and Personality Disorders, among others.

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Are You Ready for the ICD-10-CM? Practical Concepts and Considerations in the DSM-5 Crossover Part I (ICD series)
  • On-demand
  •  3.0 CE

This workshop provides a context for understanding the ICD-10-CM in relation to the DSM-5. It is designed for professionals who have an effective working knowledge of the DSM-5 and are interested in understanding the way it which it articulates with the ICD-10-CM.

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Arts and Health & Health Care Reform
  • On-demand
  •  2.5 CE

This program demonstrates the power of the arts for health, and shows how it can be a cost-effective, powerful contribution to the new understanding of health and healthcare reform for psychologists. Dr. Serlin presents an overview of theories and methods of the arts in health and Dr. Bray shows how these methods are part of APA’s new focus on integrated, multidisciplinary health and healthcare.

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Part 1: Practice-Based Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Making DBT Work in Your Setting with Your Clients
  • On-demand
  •  7.0 CE

This seminar will teach you DBT from theory to application with up-to-date, accessible teaching and experiential exercises that emphasize evidence-based practice and therapeutic factors rather than rote adherence to a manual.

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Part 2: Practice-Based Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Making DBT Work in Your Setting with Your Clients
  • On-demand
  •  7.0 CE

This seminar will teach you DBT from theory to application with up-to-date, accessible teaching and experiential exercises that emphasize evidence-based practice and therapeutic factors rather than rote adherence to a manual.

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