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Clean, Count, and Check: Family-Based Approach to OCD

CE Credits: 2.50 Speaker(s): Kenneth W. Phelps, PhD Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental illness where individuals are plagued by intrusive thoughts and repetitive behaviors. This workshop will review the role of the family system in remediating challenging symptomatology. A summary of evidence-based treatment for childhood OCD will be provided, as well as application of family therapy concepts to traditional exposure therapy via the 6Es model.
$40.00
$50.00

Client Feedback in Supervision: Innovation in Training

CE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): William M. Pinsof, PhD; Jennifer L. McComb, PhD; Rachel M. Diamond, PhD Using client feedback in supervision provides supervisors access to important information about trainees’ clinical work. This seminar will discuss the development of a client-report change measure (the Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change), and provide a rationale for its use in supervision. Findings from a mixed methods study will highlight the facilitators and constraints to implementation and inform recommendations for use.
$45.00
$60.00

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.
$30.00
$40.00

Collaborative Practice with Families

CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Heather Farineau; Armeda Stevenson Wojciak, PhD; Cassandra G. Lettenberger-Klein, PhD; Cicely W. Brantley; Sarah B. Woods, PhD; Lenore M. McWey, PhD This interactive workshop will focus on working with families involved with the child welfare system. Exploration of challenges and strategies to overcome these challenges using the systemic lens MFTs are trained with will be presented. Presenters will employ perspectives of therapists, child welfare workers, and clients to emphasize best practices for working with families and the child welfare system.
$25.00
$35.00

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.
$30.00
$40.00

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.
$30.00
$40.00

Couples' Experience of Military Deployment

CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Adrian J. Blow, PhD; Lisa A. Gorman, PhD; Angela J. Huebner, PhD This presentation will focus on the experiences of couples through a military deployment and reintegration after they return home. Drawing from in-depth qualitative interviews of military couples, the presenters will describe in detail the stories of deployment reported by these couples and the relevance of these stories for prevention and intervention efforts conducted by therapists who work with these couples.
$25.00
$35.00

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.
$45.00
$60.00

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

Cultural Neuroscience: Child and Adolescent Brain Developmnt

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Manijeh Daneshpour, PhD; Iman Dadras, PhD Cultural neuroscience has the potential to shed light on how social and cultural contexts interact with brain development. Drawing on insights from psychology, sociology, and anthropology this presentation focuses on children and adolescent brain and discusses cultural context of neuroscience research to examine critical ways that marriage and family therapists can utilize this information in working with families.
$30.00
$40.00