On-Demand (Recorded) Webinars for Mental Health Treatment Providers
ADAA offers a broad range of on-demand (recorded) webinars that you can view/purchase at your leisure. The webinar format is a one-hour audiovisual presentation, including a brief Q&A session.You can search (on the right hand side of this page) through all of ADAA's recorded webinars by keyword or by population. All on-demand webinars are also listed below in chronological/date order. Please note that in order to receive continuing education credit (CE) you must pay the associated fee and complete the assessment.
This webinar will provide the basic information that mental health providers should know regarding the changes to telemental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, including brief overviews of a variety of federal and New York State policies and guidance.
According to the recent Center for Disease Control (CDC) report, more than half of suicide decedents between 2000 and 2016 were never diagnosed with a mental health condition, and only a quarter disclosed suicide intent prior to ending their lives.
The Phased Approach to COVID-19 Mental Health Response (PAC) is a framework for COVID-19 mental health response developed by ADAA members Drs. Sheila Rauch, Naomi Simon, and Barbara Rothbaum to aid in responding to and planning for mental health impacts of the current pandemic.
The current COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in reach around the world and the extended nature of this invisible threat. All are impacted whether it is direct impact on health or employment or indirect impact through availability of services and loved ones.
The COVID19 pandemic has required mental health practitioners to shift from providing largely in-person therapeutic intervention, to operating a complete Telemental Health psychotherapy practice. This change not only requires knowledge of ethical and legal requirements (i.e.
Tips to help clinicians address the problems of running their clinical practice during the COVID-19 pandemic and help them improve how they manage the problems of helping patients maintain and build upon progress in treatment that is disrupted by public self-quarantine and lock down in response t
Founded in 1979, ADAA is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders through education, practice, and research.