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NPA Fall Conference - Chronic Pain Management
Pricing: Member $60 General/Nonmember $75 Intern/Graduate Student $20NPA teamed up with the Chronic Pain Management Program and Nebraska Medicine to provide the most current information on effectively managing chronic pain. SIX expert presenters – including psychologists, physician and physical therapists – provide a comprehensive approach to treating an individual with chronic pain including practical tools, resources and strategies to help patients lead more active and fulfilling lives despite their pain. Presentations address Pain Neuroscience Education, effectively educating clients on establishing and maintaining a cardiovascular exercise program, as well as a basic understanding of how and what foods contribute to inflammatory physiology as it relates to a chronic pain diagnosis, and a review of foundational methods for improving these inflammatory contributors.
Shame & Guilt: How Science Can Inform Practice
Pricing: Member: $50 General/Nonmember: $65 Intern/Graduate Student: $10In this webinar, June Tangney, Ph.D. briefly summarizes 30 years of research indicating that shame and guilt are distinct emotions with very different implications for adjustment and behavior. On balance, guilt is the more moral and adaptive emotion. She will then present a framework for thinking about managing maladaptive shame (and maladaptive guilt) in the therapy context. The presentation concludes with a discussion of the complex roles shame and guilt play in two domains of current concern – the criminal justice system and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Telehealth Assessment of Children
Pricing: Member: $20 General/Nonmember: $30 Intern/Graduate Student: $10This webinar, with presenter Jeremy Sharp, Ph.D., focuses on reliable measures that work best with children online, the challenges of proctoring children and maintaining focus of attention in an online environment, reliability and validity issues with online assessment of children, and additional challenges of online assessment of children in rural areas.
Burnout, Wellness, and Self-Care: A Mental Health Pandemic
Pricing: Member: $0 General/Nonmember: $20 Intern/Graduate Student: $5This webinar focuses on helping mental health professionals recognize the signs, symptoms, and risk factors for burnout, understand the impact of burnout on clinical work and personal mental health, address self-care challenges related to transitioning to telehealth, and help clinicians develop their self-care tool kit.Presenters: Garret Blankenship, Ph.D. and Oksana Sklyarov, MA
Apps to ABC Worksheets: Clinical Tools for Remote Practice
Pricing: Member: $0 General/Nonmember: $20 Intern/Graduate Student: $5This webinar discusses the various technology-oriented therapy apps now available, how to use these clinical tools in your remote practice, as well as options for pdf editors and ways to get client-filled forms to the provider. Presenters: Sarah King, Ph.D., Jerry Walker, Ph.D., Rose Esseks, Ph.D.
NPA 2020 Spring Conference - "Incorporating Technology into Clinical Practice"
Pricing: Member $60 General/Nonmember $75 Intern/Graduate Student $20This workshop presents a framework for integrating digital tools into clinical practice. Attendees will learn and practice skills to include the following components in their work: *digital tools for self-monitoring; *online programs and mobile applications; *teletherapy to provide remote treatment, training, and supervision; *handling of email and text messages from clients; *and assessment of the client’s use of social media and other digital platforms.Strategies to determine when technology could benefit clients, and how to curate the most suitable digital tools will be reviewed. Relevant clinical and ethical considerations regarding privacy, safety, and billing in digitally-enhanced mental health services will also be discussed.Presenter: Shiri Sadeh-Sharvit, Ph.D.
Telehealth in the COVID-19 Environment: Tips for implementing effective supervision, support and training for graduate students and provisionally licensed mental health clinicians
Pricing: Member: $0 General/Nonmember: $20 Intern/Graduate Student: $5This webinar focuses on implementing effective supervision, support and training for graduate students and provisionally licensed mental health clinicians. We will discuss: *Supervision by telehealth as outlined by APA; *Changes from previous requirements; *Considerations for trainings and additional resources, and *Collaboration with licensure boards (or DCT’s) as appropriate. In addition we’ll discuss, consultations – engaging in a problem-solving conversation and offering ideas for solutions, including change – good, bad, indifferent – it is hard; as well as balancing our needs with our staff and patients needs.Presenters: Lisa Logsden, Psy.D., Robyn Hess, Ph.D.
Telehealth in the COVID-19 Environment: The Challenges of Administering Assessments via Telehealth Platforms
Pricing: Member: $0 General/Nonmember: $20 Intern/Graduate Student: $5Because of the continually changing COVID-19 landscape, this webinar will include updates to the information provided at last week’s webinars, and will focus on addressing the challenges of administering assessments via telehealth platforms. We will cover personality, behavioral, cognitive, and neuropsychological assessments that can be administered online. We will also be covering how to maintain the integrity of testing materials when using telehealth technologies.Presenters: Garret Blankenship, Psy.D. and Oksana Sklyarov, MA
Telehealth in the COVID-19 Environment: What Nebraska Mental Health Practitioners Need to Know Now
Pricing: Member: $0 General/Nonmember: $20 Intern/Graduate Student: $5This webinar, originally streamed live on March 20, 2020 was designed to quickly help individual practitioners and clinics with ever-changing information, and will address your questions and help you implement in-home telehealth practices in the COVID-19 situation. The webinar includes: *billing guidelines in Nebraska; *various HIPAA compliant platforms; *guidance regarding testing; *malpractice insurance; and *guidance to help make the best decision for your clients, families, and communities. The webinar focused on local practice issues in the current COVID-19 environment.Presenters: Sarah King, Ph.D., Diane Marti, Ph.D.
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