While there will be a brief review of diagnostic criteria, the workshop will address those with an existing knowledge base who are interested in developing greater clinical skills and understanding related to the first responder population.
All sessions of this webinar series will begin at 12:00 PM and finish at 1:00 PM on following days: Feb 8, Feb 22, Mar 8, Mar 22, Apr 5, & Apr 19 2023. Attendance of all sessions is expected to receive CE credits.
Personality. How often have you heard someone say: “It's just the way I am/She/He is/They are.”? What do you find first comes to mind for you? A word used but often misunderstood and even misapplied at times. A model for the New Big Five is used to zoom in on personality, and four of the five major sections are unpacked. This six-session composition is designed to unpack, educate, reorganize, and vitalize the perception of how to work with your clients.
Assessment and counselling are integral components of the psychotherapy process. Assessment occurs in the initial stages and is often ongoing to inform the psychotherapy process. Topics for this workshop will include mental status examinations, psychometrics, screening measures, and limitations of self-report. By the end of the workshop, participants will have a broader understanding of general assessments for psychotherapists.
This Webinar provides an overview of Dr. Jerome Sattler’s latest book published in 2022—Foundations of Behavioral, Social, and Clinical Assessment of Children, Seventh Edition, and a discussion of how COVID-19 affects children’s mental health. Each participant will receive a copy of the book as part of the registration fee.
All sessions of this webinar series will begin at 12:00 PM and finish at 1:30 PM on following days: 23 Mar, 30 Mar, 06 Apr, & 13 Apr 2023. Attendance of all sessions is expected to receive CE credits.
Current efforts to help clients with weight-related issues focus on nutrition and physical activity with the measure of success being decreased weight/BMI. The oppression of weight bias and stigma underlie many client issues with body image, eating, and self-esteem. Our role as psychologists is unique: if someone attends counselling for weight-related issues, our role is not to change their weight.