August 21, 2015 – August 23, 2015
Description:In this increasingly complex and sometime chaotic world, interpersonal relationships have never been more important—or more complicated! Relating effectively with others can advance your professional career and enrich your personal life. In this fast-paced, multitasking world, the ability to relate authentically is easily compromised. It is often easier to withdraw into isolation and lose sight of our need to contribute to the creation of stimulating and supportive relationships and communities. Relating well is based upon using our capacities to be self-aware, curious and open to another’s experience and viewpoint, as well as having the skills to communicate effectively in order to influence with integrity.
Registration Deadline: prior to start date or maximum enrollment of 16 (whichever comes first)
August 22, 2015
6 CEUs offered for the workshop by Doug J. Moore, Ph.D.
Practice tools to stay grounded and centered in your body while clearing the mind and opening the heart. These are the practices necessary for developing presence, compassion, and wisdom.
Doug is a psychologist, life-coach, and spiritual director who blends traditional psychological methods with the practice of mindfulness, the wisdom of the Enneagram, and the application of principles from Energy Medicine & Energy Psychology.
For more information or to register: www.dougjmoore.com/summerthriving
August 28, 2015
4 Ethics CE
This workshop will provide an overview of potential problem areas involving supervision, high conflict divorce/custody situations, records issues, including releasing records and respond- ing to subpoenas, identifying who is the client and protecting confidentiality, borderline and other high risk clients, release of test data, child abuse and other abuse reporting statutes, duty to protect situations and obligations, HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule compliance and obtaining peer review and/or legal consultation when faced with problems. Various laws and rules, which impact these areas, will be identified and discussed. These will be included or summarized in a multipage handout. It is anticipated that there will be new rules on some of the issues to be discussed, and those new rules will be part of the presentation and handout. Ways to handle various issues will be provided, based on the presenter’s experience working with therapists who have faced them. There will be an opportunity for questions and answers. Participants will: 1) identify 10 major practice areas presenting a high legal/licensing board risk to therapists; 2) recognize areas of the law which impact those high risk practice areas; and, 3) learn ways to avoid problems in those high risk practice areas.
Speaker: Glennon J. Karr, Esq.
August 29, 2015
Speaker: Greg Neimeyer, PhD
Recent revisions in the DSM-5 and forthcoming October 1, 2015 mandates regarding the ICD-10-CM have generated significant change and confusion in the area of psychodiagnosis. This workshop is dedicated to addressing the critical revisions and mandates, and supporting an effective “crosswalk” between the DSM-5 and the ICD-10-CM for clinicians in support of more effective diagnostic practices. Understanding the relationship between the DSM-5 and the ICD-10-CM will allow clinicians to make more informed diagnostic decisions by comparing and contrasting the two diagnostic systems and the roles that each may play in the ongoing era of integrated care.
September 11, 2015
6 CE. This workshop will prepare psychologists to understand and use a strategic early intervention model with injured workers. Research has demonstrated the effectiveness of early biopsychosocial assessment and treatment to increase successful return to work. The Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation will be allowing injured workers who are at risk of not returning to work to be referred for assistance. OPA’s BWC Taskforce has developed a Strategic Early Intervention Program that is one of three and the only Ohio program that has been favorable reviewed by the BWC. OPA’s program will be one of the options available for physician referrals.
This workshop will educate psychologists about this treatment program and provide documentation that you have participated in this training.
Andrew Klafter, MD., or Rita Robertson, MSW will present a post-graduate training program. The APP offers mental health practitioners the opportunity to deepen and broaden their skills in individual psychodynamic psychotherapy with adults. The program is based on the belief that an in-depth understanding of unconscious mental functioning and psychoanalytic principles is essential for the highest level of diagnostic and treatment skills. The program offers clinicians courses on psychoanalytic theories of development, models of the mind, defense mechanisms, psychopathology, and treatment modalities. The program includes weekly clinical conferences and supervision of current cases at a low fee. Number of CEs offered and if they are Ethics – 120 hours per year. Ethic’s educational units are not assured, but are likely. September, 2015 through May, 2017 of the academic year. Class meets for 3.75 hours every Friday, (2) 16 week semesters per year, totaling 32 weeks per year. Remote attendance is available. For more information visit our website at http://cps-i.org/post-graduate-training-programs/psychotherapy-training-programs/advanced-psychotherapy-program-app/. Maximum 120 CE per year.
Sydney Anderson, Ph.D., or Brett Clarke, MSW will present a post-graduate training program focused on child and adolescent therapy. The Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Program (CAPP) is a two-year program offering mental health practitioners the opportunity to deepen and broaden skills in individual psychodynamic psychotherapy with children and adolescents, clinical assessment, and collaborative work with parents. September, 2015 through May, 2017 of the academic year. Class meets for 3.75 hours every Friday, (2) 16 week semesters per year, totaling 32 weeks per year. Distance learning is available. For more information about the program visit our web-site at http://cps-i.org/post-graduate-training-programs/psychotherapy-training-programs/child-and-adolescent-psychotherapy-program-capp/. Maximum 120 CE per year.
September 18, 2015
6 CE Hours (3 Ethics, 3 General). This workshop summarizes the controversies over DSM-5, the changes from DSM-IV-TR, the role of ICD codes and the ethical use of the manual in light of all the changes. Supervision issues discussed will include training therapists to move between ICD and DSM, HIPAA transition plans for ICD codes which are required by 10/1/14, and how to stay focused on quality client care while living through the transition from DSM-IV-TR. Learning Objectives: Upon conclusion of the program, participants will be able to: • Articulate the strengths and weaknesses of the DSM approach • Teach supervisees how to deal with the ambiguity that goes along with a new diagnostic system • Explain the relationship between the ICD and the DSM • Articulate to supervisees the complexity of the diagnoses in DSM-5 • Describe the changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5
Instructor: Elliott Ingersoll is a psychologist and licensed clinical counselor in Ohio. He is professor of Counseling in the CASAL Department at Cleveland State University. He has authored or co-authored four books and over thirty articles and book chapters on topics as diverse as integrating Integral theory into training mental health professionals, psychopharmacology, and spiritual approaches to counseling.
Dr. Ingersoll consults with Integral Institute (www.integralinstitute.org) as a trainer in the Integral Psychotherapy program and as co-director of the Integral Psychology Center. He has studied and practiced Eastern and Western spiritual and physical practices. He is a founding member of Integral ReSource Group, a private consulting firm offering psychotherapy, coaching, and corporate consulting.
Registration deadline: Friday, September 11, 2015.
September 22, 2015
6 CE Hours. Hollywood films are rife with images of mental illnesses. In this workshop, we’ll discuss the role Hollywood films play in depicting mental health illness. We’ll identify DSM disorders shown through media and popular film. We’ll also discuss applications of key identifiers of mental illness in the assessment process. Anxiety and mood disorders will be some of the disorders explored.
Instructor: Linda M. Davis, Ph.D., LPC, LSW, recently retired from Summit County Children Services, where she worked for 30 years. She successfully completed a two year Ohio Child Welfare Trainer Certificate Program and also works as an independent trainer and consultant. Her Ph.D. is from the University of Akron in Counselor Education and Supervision. Her areas of expertise currently include research, family visitation, attachment theory, child development, mental health counseling, supervision, foster care, and mental health and child welfare assessment. Dr. Davis teaches seminars and has taught classes at the University of Akron in Psychology of Learning, Child Development, Teaching and Learning Strategies, and Research. In the past she has worked as a child therapist.
Registration deadline: September 15, 2015
September 25, 2015
Speaker: Yossef S. Ben-Porath PhD
This intermediate-level workshop is intended for individuals who are familiar with the MMPI-2 who wish to learn how to use the most recent, up-to-date version of the instrument, the MMPI-2-RF. The workshop includes an overview of the MMPI-2-RF, a discussion of the rationale for, and methods used to develop the test, a description of the 51 scales of the inventory and the documentation available to guide its use, guidelines for MMPI-2-RF interpretation, and case illustrations.
After attending the workshop participants will be able to: 1. Identify the rationale for, and methods used in revising the MMPI-2 2. Describe the 51 scales of the MMPI-2-RF 3. Utilize MMPI-2-RF material and documentation 4. Administer and score the MMPI-2-RF following standard procedures 5. Use MMPI-2-RF Comparison Group data 6. Interpret the MMPI-2-RF.The test is used with diverse populations throughout the U.S., and has been translated and adapted for use in multiple languages and countries.