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Archives for: December 14th, 2020

Evidence-Based Psychotherapy with LGBTQ+ Populations (Archived)

Written by Terry Bardagjy on December 14, 2020

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and other sexual and gender minority (LGBTQ+) people have unique risk and resilience factors that influence their mental health and response to psychotherapy. This webinar draws upon the growing body of psychological research with this population to provide a framework for clinical psychologists to adapt their approach and provide affirmative, […]

Talking Racial Stress: Assessing & Treatment Planning for Experiences of Racial Discrimination (Archived)

Written by Terry Bardagjy on November 19, 2020

Dr. DeLapp will review the potential mental health impacts of both overt and covert forms of racial discrimination and introduce assessment materials for evaluating the emotional impact of discrimination. This course also provides a CBT-based framework for incorporating experiences of discrimination into one’s case conceptualization and provide options for creating space for patients to discuss […]

Communicating Psychological Expertise to the Public (Archived)

Written by Terry Bardagjy on November 16, 2020

Dr. Bonior presents practical and actionable strategies for becoming more active as public-facing voices for the promotion of mental health to their communities and the media. She discusses common challenges and barriers that make the transition to this work very different than clinical practice, along with specific paths to become more sought after as an […]

Associate Certificate Program: Clinical Suicidology Session 3

Written by Terry Bardagjy on October 30, 2020

This session focuses on three aspects: different communities touched by suicide and cultural considerations, seeking supervision and support when working with suicidal patients, and self-care for mental health providers. CAMS on Campus provides more information about the CAMS Framework™ and additional trainings for students. This presentation is the final part of the National Register Associate […]

Using Social Class and Classism Theory to Strengthen Our Understanding of Clients (Archived)

Written by Terry Bardagjy on October 28, 2020

Social class and classism represent core aspects of our identities, yet most psychologists struggle to interpret them into psychotherapy. Using social class and classism theories, the webinar provides psychologists with clinical examples to understand client experiences. The webinar also guides psychologists in understanding their own biases and how to work with clients from various social […]

Associate Certificate Program: Clinical Suicidology Session 2

Written by Terry Bardagjy on October 26, 2020

This presentation provides an overview of suicide risk assessment tools and current evidence-based practices for managing suicide. Case examples are shared to illustrate these approaches. CAMS on Campus for more information about the CAMS Framework™ and additional trainings for students. This presentation is part two of the National Register Associate Certificate Program on Clinical Suicidology. […]

Empowerment of Clients Living With Multiple Sclerosis (MS) (Archived)

Written by Terry Bardagjy on October 15, 2020

People of all races, genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations are living with multiple sclerosis (MS). This webinar focuses on culturally sensitive, strength-based interventions to increase resiliency and enable clients with MS to better self-manage and more fully participate in their healthcare and family, community, and work life. Neuropsychological considerations and mind/body interventions for symptom management […]

Associate Certificate Program: Clinical Suicidology Session 1

Written by Terry Bardagjy on October 15, 2020

This training centers on three introductory elements of working with suicidal individuals. First, an introduction to suicidality including myths, beliefs, and biases as well as helpful tips and skills to approaching suicide is discussed. Next, an introduction to suicide-specific evidence-based strategies is provided, in the form of one touch interventions you can implement directly with […]

Giving Psychology Away: How You Can Be Helpful Beyond the Therapy Office (Archived)

Written by Terry Bardagjy on September 17, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic forges on, you see daily headlines about rapid and global decline in mental health and well-being. You quickly transformed your clinical practice to try and meet your clients’ needs, but you are stretched to capacity and recognize that there are nowhere near enough mental health professionals to address the demand. Using […]

Navigating Terminations- Complexities, Ethics, and Risk Management (Archived)

Written by Terry Bardagjy on September 10, 2020

Termination is a necessary part of every clinical relationship and can present clinicians with unique challenges and risks. This webinar will address the ethical and risk management aspects of termination, examines unique difficulties encountered in different termination contexts (including those that may occur when ending or transferring care during the Covid-19 pandemic), and provides strategies […]

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