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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*
$15.00
$25.00

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.
$15.00
$25.00

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.
$25.00
$35.00

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*
$65.00
$80.00

Ethical Issues and Strategies for Practice in Healthcare

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Jennifer L. Hodgson, PhD; Tai J Mendenhall, PhD; Angela L. Lamson, PhD Working in a healthcare setting means applying your ethical principles in different ways. In fact, some professions are developing separate codes of ethics just for their members who are practicing in integrated behavioral health care settings. This workshop will compare and contrast the multidisciplinary codes of ethics commonly found in healthcare settings and highlight opportunities for shared understanding and possible differences. Case scenarios written by MFTs who have practiced in medical settings for years will highlight some of the potential challenges and lessons learned.
$30.00
$40.00

Ethical Issues for MFT Practice and Supervision

CE Credits: 2.50 Speaker(s): Jeff Bryson, PhD; Benjamin E. Caldwell, PsyD; William F. Northey, PhD This panel presentation will explore contemporary ethical issues in emerging and evolving therapy contexts. Resources for remaining current will be provided. Topics will include: emotional support animals in therapy; tele-mental health considerations; values, politics, and activism in therapy; and combining therapy with non-therapy specializations (such as yoga, coaching, and personal training). Frequently asked questions and common causes of complaints will be reviewed.
$40.00
$50.00

Ethics in Medical Family Therapy: Important Considerations

Speakers: Tai Mendenhall, Ph.D., LMFT; Max Zubatsky, Ph.D., LMFT; Jennifer Hodgson, Ph.D., LMFT; Angela Lamson, Ph.D., LMFT
CE Credits: 3.0


This course is provided by the MFTs in Healthcare Network; find out more and how to join at www.aamft.org/tin.


In any healthcare setting, MFT clinicians must adhere to the AAMFT Code of Ethics while simultaneously considering the uniqueness of the site and population served and engaging in collaboration with providers from diverse disciplines who also have their own codes of ethics to follow. Expert speakers in this webinar will provide detailed examples and practical applications of ethics across a wide range of roles and contexts. They will also share resources (e.g., recommended reading and training materials) for participants who are preparing for and/or practicing in clinical, teaching/supervisory, administrative, and policy roles in health care.
$50.00
$65.00

Exploring Experiences of Diversity and Multiculturalism

CE: 4.00
Speaker: Jennifer Torres

Part 1: Social inequalities result in health disparities, relational conflict, and assaults to personal dignity. These experiences influence the lives of therapists and clients who come from diverse contexts and enter a space of healing together. This webinar will explore how larger systems of power impact the therapeutic relationship and influence the interactions that take place in the clinical context. Participants will develop an awareness for the cultural differences that influence the lived experiences of both therapists and their clients.

Part 2: After understanding how experiences of power, privilege, and oppression affect the clinical relationship, participants will learn how to implement interventions that are culturally sensitive and responsive. Additionally, participants will explore the complex ethical issues and challenges that become salient when delivering interventions from a culturally-informed lens. Participants will learn how to integrate a multicultural perspective into their practice, and engage with clients from a social justice-oriented framework.
$65.00
$80.00

Families and Health: A Biopsychosocial Approach

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Sarah B. Woods, PhD; Jacob B. Priest, PhD This workshop will describe recent research findings linking close relationships and health, and the clinical implications of this research for family therapists. Applications of the Biobehavioral Family Model, a systemic, biopsychosocial approach to health, will be used to describe how best to navigate therapy with families with an ill child or adult family member.
$30.00
$40.00

Family Deportation: Implications and Impact on Mental Health

Speaker(s): Sandra Espinoza, Iman Dadras, Hye-Sun Ro Undocumented immigrants living in the United States are victims to a host of risk factors that not only threaten their presence in this country but their psychological well-being. This presentation will facilitate a new discourse within the field of couple and family therapy regarding the role of racism and discrimination as a contributor to the distress in undocumented families.
$15.00
$25.00