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Clinical Updates for Therapists: Volume 4

Peruse the most current research findings and therapeutic implications for prevalent clinical problems in the practice of MFT. Topics included in this volume are as follows: Adult Attachment, Adult ADHD, Autoimmune Diseases in Women, Bullying, Cancer, Childhood Obesity, Diabetes, Financial Strain on Families, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Families of Juvenile Sex Offenders, Obesity, ODD, Parkinson's Disease, Pregnancy & Delivery, Problem Gambling, Psychogenic Non-epileptic Attacks, Same-sex Parents and their Children, and Sibling Violence.

Collaborative Care of Maltreated Youth

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Mr. Bruce J. Burkland, MA; Cindy Knight; Thomas D. Concannon, M.A.M.F.T .; Chris Moll This session will focus on Marriage and Family Therapists developing relationships between clients, professionals, and agencies involved in the treatment of maltreated children and their families. The workshop will include a review of the importance of relationship, explore how relationship building happens in the clinical setting and parallel processes throughout the system, and identify how to put practices into action.

Competencies in Family Therapy with Transgender Clients

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Heather Ambrose; Hollie Hancock The transgender population has largely been ignored by clinical research. Individuals are identifying as transgendered at younger ages, therefore therapists must become aware of clinical competencies needed to assist these individuals and their families in the transition process. Participants will learn competencies needed for therapists working with transgender clients and their families, and best practices associated with positive transitions.

Competency-Based Family Therapy with Military Service Member

Speaker: Sebastian Perumbilly This presentation will identify and discuss core competencies related to clinical work with military service members and their families. The research participants were nationally reputed clinicians specialized in working with military service members. The presenter will focus on four key clinical areas of core competencies: clinical assessment and diagnosis, treatment planning, therapeutic interventions, and evaluation of treatment effectiveness.

Coupling within Context: Black Men and Women in Therapy

CE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): Christiana I. Awosan, PhD With the drop in marriage rates and raise in singlehood among Black men and women, this population are said to be the most uncoupled group in the United States. This seminar will explore difficulties Black men and women face in coupling. Effective clinical strategies for strengthening relational bonds and moving past the shame connected to racial trauma will be provided. Strong language used. Purchase discretion advised.

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.

Digital Intimacy: Attachment and Sexuality in Technology

Speaker: Markie Louise Christianson (L. C.) Twist, Ph.D.
CE Credits: 1.0

This course is provided by the Queer and Trans Advocacy Network; find out more and how to join at

In this presentation, digital intimate connections between people and their technologies are explored. This presentation opens with a brief overview of intimacy, followed by a description of the predominant waves of the modern technological age. Dr. Christianson then discusses two types of intimacy—attachment and sexuality—in a digital context, which includes digital attachment (digiattachment) and digital sexuality (digisexuality). The presentation concludes with a brief overview of attending to digital intimacy in clinical practice, including digiidentity development, digistigma, digiphobia, and erotocentrism.

Enhancing MFT Training: Clinical Feedback Systems

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Thomas L. Sexton, PhD; William F. Northey, PhD In this interactive and technology-focused workshop participants will see how a Clinical Feedback (CFS) System is used in varied MFT contexts. A live interactive demonstration of a CFS being used in COAMFTE training programs and in clinical demonstration projects will be highlighted for its utility in training, improvement of clinical outcomes, and research in developing Practice-based Evidence.

Ethics and Supervisee Technology Usage

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Kevin L. Allemagne, PhD; Katherine A. Hertlein, PhD The use of social media is increasing at an exponential rate. As a result, supervisors in MFT programs and clinical facilities have to address appropriate and professional use of technology and social media throughout the course of training. The presentation will present strategies for supervisors to educate their students on managing social media and identify relevant ethical codes to be considered on how to best manage the issues associated with effective practice.

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

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.