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A variety of experts present in the areas of: group interventions using mindfulness; doing psychological assessments of bariatric surgery candidates; assessing and treating juvenile bipolar disorder; treating depression with Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and positive psychology interventions for depression; using Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT); implementing a training program for parents of aggressive, noncompliant children; working with groups of women victims of partner violence who have used intimate partner violence; providing psychological treatment to deaf individuals; providing empirically based psychoeducation interventions for dementia patient caregivers; understanding ethical issues for mental health professionals in medical care settings; treating domestic violence among women with disabilities; treating dementia in African-Americans; using social networking and texting in teens in the context of therapy; integrating spirituality into clinical practice; evolving creative solutions in divorce and child custody cases.
20 CE credits/hours (includes 2 domestic violence credits and 1 ethics credit), 200 questions
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers
- Discuss mindfulness-based group interventions.
- Present the psychological assessment of bariatric surgery candidates.
- Describe the assessment and treatment of juvenile bipolar disorder.
- Demonstrate how to integrate positive psychotherapy interventions into cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression.
- Explain solution-focused brief therapy.
- Utilize a training program for parents of aggressive, noncompliant children.
- Present a group intervention for female survivors of intimate partner violence who have used violence in their intimate relationships.
- Discuss how to provide care to deaf individuals.
- Apply an empirically based psychoeducation intervention for caregivers of people with dementia.
- Explain outcome evaluations in private practice.
- Demonstrate how to build a group psychotherapy program.
- Recognize ethical issues confronting mental health providers working within medical care settings.
- Describe domestic violence and women with disabilities.
- Summarize dementia in the African-American population.
- Discuss social networking and texting in teens.
- Explain how to integrate spirituality into clinical practice.
- Present important issues related to divorce and child custody.
Statement of Understanding (downloadable/printable)
"Innovations in Clinical Practice: A 21st Century Sourcebook (Volume 2)" - Final Exam Questions (downloadable/printable)