Assess, intervention and treatment
You care a great deal about your clients and want the best outcomes for them. What better way to refresh and recharge than to discover the most current research-based assessment tools, intervention techniques, and treatment strategies to help your clients thrive?
The Focus on Mental Health Series is perfect for social workers, counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, or any other professional working with clients who struggle with mental health issues. The series theme “Unraveling Diagnoses" allows for each program to hone in on specific conditions so you can better understand the unique indicators of various mental illnesses. You will learn what sets diagnoses apart and how to identify and treat them.
These virtual programs are a convenient, affordable way to earn continuing education contact hours to fulfill your license and certification requirements.
The workshops feature:
- The latest research
- Practical applications you can use right away
- Interactive learning
- Discussions with peers
- Expert instructors - a combination of faculty researchers and clinicians/practitioners
Programs in Focus on Mental Health
Beyond Dennis the Menace and Spoiled Brat Syndrome: Understanding Oppositional Defiant Disorder from an Evidence-based Perspective
In this virtual program, clinicians will learn about the emerging information surrounding Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Better understand challenging behaviors in children and learn evidence-based treatment methods.
Confusing Clusters: Ambiguity in Diagnosis and Treatment in Mental Health Care | Affective Disorders, ADHD, Borderline Personality, Trauma
In the world of mental health care, treatment is not always precise. In this program, we will examine a cluster of mental illnesses, their common indicators, and the best treatment options.
More than a Childhood Condition: Making Sense of Adolescent and Adult ADHD
In this virtual program, clinicians will learn how ADHD can affect individuals through adolescence and beyond. New research suggests symptoms can show themselves differently in adults than in children, making ADHD challenging to address.
Sorting Out the Personality Disorders
In this virtual program, participants will unravel several different personality disorders to better understand their behavior patterns. You will leave feeling more confident about diagnosing personality disorders.