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Identifying & Combating Implicit Bias in the Clinical Setting - ZOOM Seminar

There are many ways that our experiences, attitudes, and implicit biases influence our behavior and how we interpret and approach individuals and situations. For those who provide services in a clinical setting, these implicit or unconscious biases can have an adverse effect on the delivery of quality care, despite the best of intentions. This ZOOM seminar will help you learn to recognize your own biases, and reflect on how they may impact and impede your interactions with clients.  Specific...

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Eating Disorders in Persons with Higher Weights: Identification & Treatment - ZOOM Seminar

Individuals with higher weights and comorbid eating disorders experience significant physical and mental health concerns that are much greater that those who only have one of these conditions. Disordered eating that most commonly occurs in this population includes binge eating and night eating, but it can also include bulimia nervosa and atypical anorexia nervosa. Individuals with these issues often feel shame disclosing these issues due to fear of judgement and weight bias.

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Integrative Psychiatric Treatment Approaches for Neurodevelopmental Disorders

This 4-hour seminar will explore the benefits of incorporating alternative treatment therapies with traditional psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) approaches and dietary and nutritional supports will be examined for several neurodevelopmental disorders including autism and ADHD. Discussion will also include the use of these therapeutic modalities for the management of mood disorders, anxiety disorders and will touch on effective therapies to help...

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Trauma & PTSD: Working with Victims Who Have Become the Accused

This seminar, held in recognition of PTSD Awareness Month, is designed to provide clinicians with an understanding of the unique aspects of forensic trauma and how a victim might become the accused.

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Effective Interventions for First Episode Psychosis

This seminar will focus on the spectrum of illnesses known as schizophrenia and related disorders, with special emphasis on intervention and treatment for first episode psychosis. This will include historical perspective and etiology, assessment and differential diagnosis, and successful interventions and treatment approaches.

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Working with Couples: The Relationship Enhancement (R) Model

This skills-based program will teach clinicians concrete and practical skills for working with couples and families. The Relationship Enhancement® (RE) Model is a psychoeducational program and brief therapy model that employs a skills-training methodology for empowering distressed couples and families.