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 workshop covers what is known about the etiology and symptoms of IBS, how IBS patients present in clinical practice, IBS in the context of co-morbid panic and agoraphobia and/or social anxiety disorder, formulating appropriate treatment goals and basic cognitive and behavioral strategies for
In this webinar, Dr. Smoller describes the current status of psychiatric genetic research with a focus on depressive and anxiety disorders. Dr. Smoller reviews implications of this work for clinical practice, including the prospects and limitations of genetic or pharmacogenetic testing.
This webinar will present a review of evidence of early diagnosis and treatment of childhood disorders. A review of instruments for diagnosis as well as empirically-based treatments for early age presentation of symptoms will be offered.
This webinar will provide information on the conceptualization and treatment of selective mutism (SM) across development. SM has received growing interest and attention in the last decade, resulting in improved and more accessible treatments.
School and academic based anxiety is a debilitating problem for many children. Exposure-based treatments are highly effective in alleviating school and academic anxiety, but there also exist several important cognitive aspects that warrant specific attention in treatment.
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