March 21, 2014
The OPA Colleague Assistance Program (OPA-CAP) is offering another training in March to prepare psychologists to serve as OPA-CAP network providers. The mission of OPA-CAP is to provide Ohio psychologists with assistance in accessing services to restore professional functioning and to protect client welfare. To learn more about the OPA Colleague Assistance Program visit this link:
OPA-CAP will offer a face-to-face training on Friday, March 21, 2014 from 12:30-3:30 p.m. at the Willoughby Hills Behavioral Health office of the Cleveland Clinic. Attendees will learn from Kay Levine, Ph.D. and Marianne Bowden, Ph.D. Attendees will earn 3 CE’s in Ethics. There will be no charge for these, and attendees must be members of OPA. OPA-CAP Providers must also be OPA members. To register, email email@example.com.
2785 SOM Center Road
Willoughby Hills, OH 44094
Signage reads: Eastside Imaging
Cleveland Clinic Behavioral Health
Located just south of Rt. 6 (Chardon Rd.) on SOM Center (Rt. 91), next to the Huntington Bank. The building is a one story, white building with a parking lot in front. Once you enter the building, the desk is to the left in the waiting room. For attendees assistance, the front desk number is: 440-602-8601 option 3.
April 24, 2014 – April 25, 2014
Evolving Health Care Structures: Psychology’s Place at the Table
The OPA Convention is an annual event combining networking, continuing education, academic-related and OPA membership events. The 2014 Convention will be held April 24 & 25 at the Crowne Plaza North in Columbus. Visit this link for more information.
May 16, 2014
6 CE, Presented by Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, ABPP, The workshop will place learning about human differences in the context of the participants’ lives. The goal is to have each person understand how their perceptions may have been impacted by messages across generations within their respective families and communities. Strategies for reviewing perspectives will be provided as they consider how the information might impact thinking feeling and behaviors.
June 20, 2014
6 CE Ethics Credits, presented by Dr. Eric A. Harris–Since 1994, The Trust has partnered with state psychological associations and other groups of practicing psychologists to offer continuing education workshops. The goal of these workshops has been to increase the risk management skills and strategies employed by professional psychologists in their practices in order to protect them from adverse disciplinary actions which can be extremely stressful and have a substantial impact on a career. View full description here.