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Addressing Partner Violence: A Biopsychosocial Approach

Speaker(s): Jonathan Wilson, Damon Rappleyea, Andrew Brimhall, Jennifer Hodgson Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a pervasive public health problem with serious health consequences. Previous efforts to address IPV have often neglected members of at-risk populations (e.g., LGBT, racial/ethnic minority groups). Many clinicians opt not to screen for IPV. The purpose of this institute is to equip MFTs to identify clients experiencing IPV and to respond through a biopsychosocial-spiritual lens. No Handouts provided.
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$55.00
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$70.00
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Affirmative Care with Transgender/Gender Diverse Youth

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Daran Shipman Mental health professionals have a unique role to play in medical, legal, and social gender transition options. Drawing from contemporary research and clinical practice, this webinar will provide critical information for mental health clinicians to begin and/or incorporate affirmative practices with transgender/gender diverse youth and their families.
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$15.00
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$25.00
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Bridging Two Worlds: MFTs and Pediatric Oncology

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Morgan Stinson, Andrea Meyer, Bowden Templeton, Deepu George, and Anna Hernandez With the substantial growth of medical family therapy (MedFT), there remains a need for specialized training in unique medical settings. MedFTs often struggle with how to infuse brief systemic work, adapt to patients needs, while also collaborating with a variety of healthcare providers. This workshop discusses key strategies and relevant interventions for working in a pediatric oncology setting.
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$15.00
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$25.00
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Building a Solid Base for Practicing in a Healthcare Setting

CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Jennifer L. Hodgson, PhD; Angela L. Lamson, PhD; Tai J Mendenhall, PhD Attendees looking to collaborate more with medical providers or seek employment in medical settings will want to attend this anchoring workshop. Foundational theories and frameworks will be presented that support successful integration with medical providers. Critical differences in medical and mental health cultures known to impact successful integration will be clarified. Attendees will learn about a continuum that helps track the ways they build and expand their practices and skills.
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$25.00
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$35.00
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Confabulation: A Review for Mental Health Professionals

Confabulation is a problematic memory phenomenon impacting some individuals involved in the mental health system. This phenomenon occurs when an individual creates or backfills a gap in their memory with a fictitious or imagined memory that may be partially based on real events, but taken out of chronological context (e.g., believing the memory occurred yesterday when in reality the memory took place many years prior). Confabulation is done without intent or motivation to deceive or lie. This can range from a slight distortion of an actual event to the nuanced generation of an intricate event. The causal origins of confabulation are unclear, but the combination of cognitive impairments of several disorders (e.g., fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, schizophrenia, traumatic-brain injury, and Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome) and a predisposition to suggestion could be integral in eliciting this phenomenon. Confabulation can also occur among individuals with no known history of neurocognitive impairment, resulting from being asked direct or leading questions during a diagnostic assessment or therapy session. In some instances, confabulated statements can lead to misdiagnosis and the creation of an ineffective treatment plan. As such, training and education related to the impact of confabulation on mental health populations is a priority. This webinar will clearly distinguish confabulation from other potentially related constructs (e.g., suggestibility, delusions, and malingering), review important background information and warning signs for confabulation, and identify strategies and techniques to decrease the likelihood of confabulation during various stages of the mental health system (e.g., intake, screening, assessment, and treatment planning).
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$25.00
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$35.00
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Copy of Membership File - Canadian Members Only

"Canadian members may request and pay for a copy of their archived records here for the purpose of grandfathering under the new College of Registered Psychotherapists and Registered Mental Health Therapists of Ontario. After payment has been received, your record will be pulled and sent as a PDF attachment in one or more emails, depending on the size of your file."
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$35.00
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$35.00
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Creating Recovery - One Laugh at a Time

CE Credits: 1.00 In this hilarious presentation, award-winning counselor and stand-up comic David Granirer, who has depression, will do a comedic performance about his mental health journey and describe the work he does for Stand Up For Mental Health, his award-winning program teaching comedy to people with mental health issues. You'll get to see firsthand how he creates recovery - one laugh at a time! *Viewer discretion is advised for strong language and content*
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$15.00
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$25.00
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Creating the Anti-depressant Family: What Families...

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Michael D. Yapko, PhD The rate of depression is rising in the United States and elsewhere around the world.Ê According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is currently the fourth greatest cause of human suffering and disability. This webinar presentation will explore the substantial evidence that depression is much more a social than medical problem. Despite the popularity of antidepressants, there are things that no amount of medication can do, including building the skills necessary to function well as individuals and as a family. Dr. Yapko will identify how depression distorts family life, and how to address the various aspects of family life tainted by depression realistically. Designing and delivering experiential processes specific to treating depression within an interpersonal framework will be explored in depth. Finally, we will consider the issue of prevention and what MFTs can do to help stem the rising tide of depression in families.
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$15.00
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$25.00
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Culturally Adapted Parent Intervention for Latinos/as

CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Ruben Parra-Cardona, PhD; Michael R. Whitehead, Ph.D.; Ana-Rocio Escobar-Chew, PhD; Gabriela A Lopez-Zeron; Sara N. Lappan Ethnic minorities are exposed to intense mental health disparities. This workshop will present findings from a 4-year NIMH-funded study focused on the cultural adaptation of an evidence-based parenting intervention for Latino Immigrants. Participants will also be exposed to the core components of the adapted intervention and will discuss how cultural adaptation can reduce health disparities in research and clinical practice.
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$25.00
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$35.00
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Discernment Counseling for Couples Considering Divorce

CE Credits: 4.00 Speaker(s): William J. Doherty, PhD; Steven M. Harris, PhD Couples and therapists often get stuck when spouses show up uncertain about whether to try therapy, let alone whether to stay married. This institute will present a field-tested protocol for “discernment counseling” that helps couples explore the decision about divorcing or trying a course of therapy and other services to see if they restore their marriage to health. *No handouts are available for this course*
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$65.00
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$80.00
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