CE Credit
1.00
January 13, 2017
Larry Cohen, LCSW

This webinar provides an overview of five evidence-based cognitive-behavioral strategies for the treatment of social anxiety disorder:  experiments/exposure; cognitive restructuring; mindful focus/ thought defusion; assertion training; core belief change work.

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CE Credit
1.00
November 2, 2016
Beth Salcedo, MD

This webinar provides therapists with a working knowledge of the most commonly used medications and their benefits and side effects. They gain an understanding of how decisions are made regarding medication choices, dosing, and managing side effects.

Recorded or Upcoming
CE Credit
1.00
October 5, 2016
Eric Storch, PhD

This webinar discusses CBT for pediatric OCD with a particular focus on involving family members and managing complex symptoms such as comorbid presentations and poor insight/motivation. 

Recorded or Upcoming
CE Credit
0.00
September 14, 2016
Lisa Coyne, PhD

This webinar addressed how clinicians can maximize inhibitory learning by incorporating acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) components into exposure and response prevention (ERP).

Recorded or Upcoming
CE Credit
0.00
July 16, 2016
Mary Karapetian Alvord, PhD

The webinar focuses on the practical who, where, and how of telemental health via VC. We discuss relevant legal regulations that determine interstate treatment, including specific examples of state guidelines.

Recorded or Upcoming
CE Credit
0.00
June 8, 2016
Mary Karapetian Alvord, PhD

The webinar focuses on the practical who, where, and how of telemental health via VC. We discuss relevant legal regulations that determine interstate treatment, including specific examples of state guidelines.

Recorded or Upcoming
CE Credit
0.00
May 11, 2016
Mary Karapetian Alvord, PhD

The webinar introduces clinicians and supervisors to the key principles of video conferencing for mental health interventions.

Recorded or Upcoming
CE Credit
0.00
April 26, 2016
Rochelle I. Frank, PhD

Individuals seeking therapy for depression often present with features of multiple problems—e.g., bipolar disorder, PTSD, borderline personality—making it difficult for clinicians to determine which treatment protocol is best suited for their depressed patients.

Recorded or Upcoming
CE Credit
0.00
March 9, 2016
Dr. Debra Hope

Dramatic cultural changes in our acceptance and understanding of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community have important implications for mental health care for these individuals.

Recorded or Upcoming
CE Credit
0.00
February 16, 2016
Anne Marie Albano, PhD, ABPP
Moira Rynn, MD

Disability and distress associated with anxiety disorders can make young adults vulnerable to developmental impairments. A normal by-product of increasing responsibility and freedom, increased anxiety is expected throughout the transition from adolescence to young adulthood.

Recorded or Upcoming