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A Model for Addressing Non-Adaptive Guilt and Shame, Moral Injury Related to COVID-19- July 17, 2020
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
A Model for Addressing Non-Adaptive Guilt and Shame, Moral Injury Related to COVID-19- July 17, 2020
Guilt and shame related to ones’ actions or inactions during a traumatic event are risk factors for subsequent problems such as posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, substance use disorders, and suicidality. Dr. Allard will review research...
Aftereffects of a Terrorist Attack: New York City in the Years After 9/11 - April 5, 2019
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Aftereffects of a Terrorist Attack: New York City in the Years After 9/11 - April 5, 2019
With a focus on the themes of space and memory, public health and public safety, trauma and conflict, and politics and social change and an interdisciplinary group of expert contributors, New York After 9/11, looks back over the seventeen years...
Boys, LGBTQ+ and Sex Trafficking May 7, 2021
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Boys, LGBTQ+ and Sex Trafficking May 7, 2021
Research on Boys and LGTBQ+ and Sex Trafficking is sparse and Programs for these populations are almost non-existent. In contrast, a New York Study (Curtis, Terry, Dombrowski & Khan, 2008) estimated that 50% of trafficking victims are boys and...
Identification and Group Treatment of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC)- Jan 29,2021
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Identification and Group Treatment of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC)- Jan 29,2021
Public Law 114-22 went into effect on May 29, 2017, requiring mandated reporters to report any suspected and confirmed cases of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children [CSEC] to Child Welfare Services (CWS) and/or Law Enforcement. This...
Parenting through a Pandemic: Using the Psychological Science to Help Us Cope Student- $5
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Parenting through a Pandemic: Using the Psychological Science to Help Us Cope Student- $5
The headlines concerning parents and children during the COVID-19 pandemic have been alarming. Researchers are only just beginning to understand the effects of this pandemic on families empirically. However, many predict that the disruptions and...
Shame, Dissociation and Enactment in Complex Trauma Disorders - October 4, 2019
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Shame, Dissociation and Enactment in Complex Trauma Disorders - October 4, 2019
This webinar provides an overview and explore of how shame develops as a retreat away from other people and an attempt to isolate the self, which often manifests in self-attack. Shame can also lead to people attacking others and re-enacting their...
Therapeutic Psychological First Aid for Front-line Healthcare Staff in a Pandemic - May 15, 2020
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Therapeutic Psychological First Aid for Front-line Healthcare Staff in a Pandemic - May 15, 2020
This webinar provides guidance to mental health and social work clinicians who are conducting private sessions with front-line healthcare workers who are caring for COVID-19 patients. General principles and practice guidance are presented that...
Trauma, Dissociation and Attachment: Core Concepts and Their Relationships - December 13, 2019
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Trauma, Dissociation and Attachment: Core Concepts and Their Relationships - December 13, 2019
Within the broad fields of psychiatry and psychology (and even within the field of traumatology), there is enormous variation in how the terms trauma and dissociation are used. Why does this matter? Clinical phenomena are more difficult to...
Trauma-Informed Psychological Assessment - February 26, 2021
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Trauma-Informed Psychological Assessment - February 26, 2021
Although psychological assessment is a core criterion for doctoral level coursework, it is less common for individuals to have direct training in trauma-informed measures and administration. This presentation will provide an overview of measures...
Understanding and Addressing Race-Related Stress and Trauma for African American Youth -Sept 25,2020
$5.00
Division 56
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Student - $5 CE Option
Understanding and Addressing Race-Related Stress and Trauma for African American Youth -Sept 25,2020
Research has demonstrated that discrimination and race-related stress are significant and impactful factors in accounting for racial disparities in health across the life course. Experiencing race-related stress can lead to negative psychological...

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