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ADAA offers two to three live one-hour interactive webinars each month. Most live webinars offer CE/CME credits. Webinars include a Q&A session. You can search (on the right hand side of this page) through all of ADAA's upcoming live webinars by keyword or by population. All upcoming webinars are also listed below in chronological/date order. ADAA members can watch all webinars at no cost (with the exception of the Fall Forum) and receive CE/CME credit free of charge. Please note that in order to receive CE and CME credit you must pay the associated fee and complete the assessment. It is the responsibility of the registrant to complete the assessment by the deadline or forfeit credits. Have a question about an ADAA webinar? Please email: webinars@adaa.org.

  • CE Credit are approved by:
    • ACCME
    • APA
    • ASWB
    • NBCC
    • CAMFT
    • New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work
  • Live Webinar Pricing:
    • Free to ADAA members not seeking CE credits
    • Free for ADAA members seeking CE credits
    • $30 for Non-Members not seeking CE credits
    • $50 for Non-Members seeking CE credits
  • FAQs (What You Need to Know About ADAA Professional Webinars)

  • On-Demand Webinars (Check out ADAA's on-demand webinars - many of which are CE/CME eligible)
  • Interested in presenting an ADAA professional webinar? Please use the Professional Education Webinar Submissions Portal.

    CE Credit
    1.00
    CE/CME Credit
    1.00
    September 24, 2020
    Scott Waltman, PsyD, ABPP

    Socratic questioning is a transtheoretical omnipresent psychotherapeutic process. Effective use of Socratic questioning in session is predictive of symptoms change; this relationship holds even after controlling for the relationship.

    Presentation Type
    CE/CME Credit
    1.00
    October 8, 2020
    David Pantalone, PhD
    This presentation will provide an overview of the content needed for cultural competence in mental health practice with sexual minority clients. The presentation will define key terms about sexuality and gender and describe the best-supported theoretical model for explaining sexual orientation-related health disparities, the sexual minority stress model. Once participants have been exposed to practical knowledge of relevant terms and an overarching theoretical model, the presentation will highlight some of the clinical competencies for working with sexual minority clients, as well as pragmatic suggestions for structural elements of their practice setting and additional information and training on this topic.
    Presentation Type
    Woods-Jaeger Webinar
    CE/CME Credit
    1.00
    October 22, 2020
    Briana Woods-Jaeger, PhD
    This webinar will focus on how mental health professionals can reduce trauma-related mental health inequities among Black youth.  Specifically, evidence documenting social determinants of trauma exposure and response will be reviewed and cultural humility will be presented as a framework that can facilitate mental health professionals’ active involvement in addressing racism to reduce mental health inequities.  An overview of principles of cultural humility will be provided. Applied strategies and examples will be shared including specific tools and resources.  Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and discuss.
    Presentation Type
    fall Forum
    CE/CME Credit
    2.00
    October 29, 2020
    Sandra S. Pimentel, PhD
    Mona Potter, PhD
    Eli Lebowitz, PhD
    Krystal Lewis, PhD
    Lynn Lyons, LICSW
    Jamie Micco, PhD, ABPP
    John T. Walkup, MD
    The 2020 ADAA Virtual Fall Forum will focus on anxiety and worry in youth, a transdiagnostic issue affecting children, teens, and emerging adults and will address the ways in which technology can be harnessed to address these challenges. An interdisciplinary group of speakers will present on biological and psychosocial mechanisms and interventions.
    Presentation Type
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    CE/CME Credit
    1.00
    December 10, 2020
    R. Trent Codd, III, EdS
    Self-control, the ability to inhibit competing urges, impulses, or behaviors is highly valued by most societies. However, excessive self-control has been linked to social isolation, aloof interpersonal functioning, meladaptive perfectionism, constricted emotional expressions, and difficult-to-treat mental health problems, including refractory depression. The aim of this webinar is to introduce clinicians to the theoretical foundations of new skills underlying RO DBT for disorders of overcontrol. 
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