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The National Register hosts ongoing webinars that cover clinical and ethical topics. Recent presentations explored racism, behavior change, grief, online couples therapy, suicidal risk, telepsychology, OCD, online group therapy, other pandemic- and telehealth-related topics, increasing vaccine confidence, and more. The National Register occasionally hosts supplemental or special webinars in addition to our clinical webinars. We’re currently offering a certificate program on clinical suicidology to psychology doctoral students.
Webinars are 2:00–3:00 pm Eastern Time (1pm CT/12pm MT/11am PT) unless otherwise specified.
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Pricing: National Register webinars are typically available at no charge to National Register Health Service Psychologists, National Register Practice Academy members, and Canadian Register Health Service Psychologists. National Register Associate Program members (psychology doctoral students and trainees) may also attend at no charge. Non-member psychologists and other healthcare providers may create an account and register for $35. Some State Psychological Association members and affiliates receive discounted access, so please check with your Association’s central office for details.
All sessions are 7:00–8:30 p.m. Eastern Time unless otherwise specified. These sessions will be open to psychology doctoral students and trainees.
The National Register of Health Service Psychologists’ Professional Practice Builder: Knowledge & Skills to Thrive in Private Practice provides attendees with knowledge, confidence, and specific advice for starting a private practice as a health service psychologist (HSP). Watch archived sessions!
Watch a selection of clinical webinar snippets below. Full presentations are on CE.NationalRegister.org
Note: These recordings are not for CE. Archived webinars for CE are available on CE.NationalRegister.org
When a Latino patient is affected by the prevailing immigration environment, he or she struggles with more than legal issues. Cultural issues are significant, including distrust of the medical and educational system, community supports, and ultimately the patient–provider relationship. These issues can leave Latino patients feeling isolated and traumatized. This session will focus on working with patients, their families, and other agencies to provide comprehensive treatment approaches in integrated and non-integrated settings.
Martha Saucedo graduated from the UW-Madison Master’s in Social Work Program in 2010. She is as a Behavioral Health Consultant at Access Community Health Centers and serves as the Engagement Lead working in the community to help understand mental health in the Latino population. She is also member of the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association where she provides technical assistance services for integrated care, and is a leader of the Fortalezas Familiares program to support Latina women struggling with depression.
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