Continuing Education

Archives for: September 12th, 2022

Utilizing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Within Oncology

Written by [email protected] on September 12, 2022

Author Disclosure: COIs for Laura Howe-Martin, PhD, include publication royalties from Wolters-Kluwer publishing and a volunteer leadership position with the American Psychological Association Continuing Education Committee. Clinical Vignette Leslie1 is a 26-year-old, cisgender Black woman with Stage II breast cancer who lives in a mid-size American city and was referred for psychotherapy after telling her […]

Evidence-Based Adjustments to Cognitive Processing Therapy to Reduce Dropout

Written by [email protected] on September 12, 2022

Clinical Vignette “Gina” is a 41-year-old woman who was referred to you, a health service psychologist, by her Physician Assistant to address what seemed to be Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms related to her significant childhood trauma history. Gina’s presenting concerns are trauma-related symptoms that include relationship distress, feelings of loneliness, chronic depression, suicidal ideation, […]

Engaging Preschool and Early Elementary School-Aged Children in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

Written by [email protected] on September 12, 2022

Clinical Vignette Daisy is a 7-year-old girl who was referred to a pediatric anxiety treatment service due to concerns for obsessive-compulsive behaviors. Daisy’s parents denied any significant medical history but did endorse a family history of anxiety and depression. During the intake assessment, Daisy’s parents described her as a “master nitpicker.” Her parents further reported […]

Suicide Risk Assessment and Safety Planning in Integrated Primary Care Settings: Recommendations for Behavioral Health Consultants

Written by [email protected] on September 12, 2022

Clinical Vignette John is a 54-year-old man being seen by his primary care provider (PCP) for management of diabetes, chronic pain, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. When he screens positively on a brief depression screener at his regular primary care appointment, his PCP asks him whether he would be interested in meeting with the primary […]

Cross-Cultural Pre-Surgical Epilepsy Neuropsychological Evaluations in Bilingual Adults

Written by [email protected] on September 12, 2022

Statement of Conflict of Interest This project was supported in part by the Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium. The authors have no conflicts of interest or other disclosures. Clinical Vignette A 40-year-old, right-handed, bilingual Persian/English-speaking Pakistani woman, who we will call Zara, with longstanding epilepsy presented to a neuropsychology clinic in the United States […]

Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents With Chronic Medical Conditions

Written by [email protected] on June 17, 2022

Clinical Vignette Mia, a 14-year-old Mexican American cisgender female, presents to you with her mother and father for health and behavioral intervention at the recommendation of her pediatric endocrinologist. Mia was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) at age four. Mia’s diabetes treatment regimen consists of basal (long-acting) and bolus (short-acting) insulin therapy, maintenance […]

¿Dónde está mi mamá? Clinical Implications of Family Separations

Written by [email protected] on June 17, 2022

Clinical Vignette Maria (not an actual individual), an 11-year-old female from Honduras, was seen at a psychology clinic in the South Texas-Mexico border. She was referred by a government shelter that houses newly arrived immigrant minors. Maria was an only child, born and raised in an intact family environment in Honduras. She attained a fifth-grade […]

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