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Upcoming Webinars

All webinars are 2:00–3:00 p.m. Eastern Time unless otherwise specified.
  • Tuesday, May 24 (REGISTER): In collaboration with CAMS-care. Dr. David A. Jobes will present “A Common Sense Approach to Clinical Suicidology and Risk Management”
    • Clinical suicidology focuses on the assessment and treatment of suicidal risk in patients, with implications for training and risk management. Dr. David A. Jobes—an expert in clinical considerations for working with patients at risk for suicide—will emphasize a common sense approach to informed consent, screening, assessment, management of suicidal crises, and the clinical treatment of suicide risk. He will also discuss implications for decreasing exposure to malpractice liability through competent evidence-based care, use of professional consultation, and the critical role of documentation.
  • June 15: Dr. Dr. Vincent Walford will present “Treating Black Men Who Have Experienced Sexual Trauma.”
    • Overall, 1 in 6 men have experienced some form of unwanted or abusive sexual encounter before age 18. Males also make up 10% of the total population of those who have experienced sexual abuse. However, this percentage could be higher due to men not disclosing their experience. Dr. Walford will prepare clinicians on how to work with African American male survivors of sexual trauma. He will review building rapport, discussing myths, and identifying useful coping mechanisms specific to working with male survivors.
  • July 13: In collaboration with CHE, Dr. Robert C. Nelson will present “Chronic Disease Progression and End-of-Life Concerns in Older Adults”
    • Chronic disease progression presents numerous challenges to treatment planning. As chronic medical conditions progress in later life, patients often experience the onset or exacerbation of depression, anxiety, psychosis, and other mental health symptoms that can compound other end of life concerns. Dr. Robert Nelson will provide examples of disease progression and common end of life concerns and will provide options for effective treatment intervention and compassionate psychological assistance to older adults with chronic disease.
  • August 17: Details coming soon!
  • September 14: In collaboration with The Trust, Dr. Marc A. Martinez will present “Practical Guidance and Risk Management for Interjurisdictional Practice.”
    • Recent advancements in technology have provided new opportunities for the remote delivery of mental health services. These same developments have also contributed to the increasing mobility of service recipients. Dr. Martinez will discuss strategies for managing risk as it relates to interjurisdictional mental health practice.

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Upcoming Associate Certificate Program

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.
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    • October 6, 13, and 20

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