A teacher of children with hearing loss has involved them in specific theater productions to improve self-esteem, language and social skills.
You can now browse and watch 41 videos from our Integrated Healthcare Training Series using the “Video Courses” tab on CE.NationalRegister.org. We track the videos you’ve watched and when you reach one hour (worth one CE credit), simply complete an evaluation form to earn your certificate.
We’ve partnered with Hogrefe Publishing to create continuing education courses for their series Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence-Based Practice. Registrants also receive a 15% discount on volumes in the series.
A new analysis has found that the different ways in which people interact with the natural world can significantly predict their overall quality of life.
Researchers in a new 8,000-person study have found five skills that are associated with better health and less loneliness in late adulthood: “emotional stability, determination, control, optimism and conscientiousness.”
On Saturday, April 22, the National Register will join with a number of not-for-profit professional and scientific organizations to participate in the March for Science on the National Mall in Washington, DC.
Two new surveys have found that people believe difficult and creative activities can make them happiest in the long term, but that they engage more in passive and non-creative ones that have specific qualities they find difficult to face.
A new study has found that a particular gene, MECP2, is overactivated in refugees with PTSD, as compared to those refugees who have experienced trauma but do not meet criteria for the disorder.
JAMA released an editorial on Treating Borderline Personality Disorder With Psychotherapy. Access the article information on the JAMA website.
JAMA: Effect of Collaborative Care vs Usual Care on Depressive Symptoms in Older Adults With Subthreshold Depression
JAMA has released an original investigation report on the Effect of Collaborative Care vs Usual Care on Depressive Symptoms in Older Adults With Subthreshold Depression. Read the key points and abstract on the JAMA website.
A new meta-study from the State University of New York has found that patients are about two times more likely to reject purely medication-based mental health treatments than they are to reject treatments involving purely conversational or behavioral therapy.
Washington Post: GOP Health-Care Bill Would Drop Addiction Treatment Mandate Covering 1.3 Million Americans
Many Americans who depend on coverage for mental health and addiction services under the Affordable Care Act would lose access under the GOP’s American Health Care Act.