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alt Course: Making Love Last:
      Creating and Maintaining
      Intimacy in Long Term Relationships

alt Instructor: Lawrence H. Hedges, Ph.D., Psy.D., ABPP

alt Approved for 4 Hours of CE Credit

alt Fulfills requirements for Psychologists, MFTs, LCSWs

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alt Course:  The Call of Darkness: Managing Suicidality in Clinical Practice

alt Instructor: Lawrence H. Hedges, Ph.D., Psy.D., ABPP

alt Approved for 6 Hours of CE Credit

alt Fulfills requirements for Psychologists, MFTs, LCSWs

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alt Instructor: A. Steven Frankel, Ph.D., JD, ABPP, Synde Acks, Psy.D., Nick Demara, Ph.D., Cress Forester, Psy.D., Sarah Katz, MPH, Dominic “Nick” Lucia, EdD, Jan Myers, MS, Christine Naber, Ph.D., Anish Shah, MD, and Richard Zimmer, Ph.D.

alt Approved for 5 Hours of CE Credit

alt Fulfills Requirements for Psycholgist, MFTs, LCSWs, and Licensed Professional Counselors.

alt This course is designed for Full and Part-Time Private Practitioners, and Full and Part-Time Agency Employees

alt High Resolution Online Streaming Video Format Available

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Christine Naber, Ph.D.

alt Course: An Introduction to Dissociative Disorders: How Dissociative Disorders “Found” Me

alt Instructor: A. Steven Frankel, Ph.D., JD, ABPP

alt Approved for 1.5 Hours of CE Credit

alt Fulfills Requirements for Psycholgist, MFTs, LCSWs, and Licensed Professional Counselors.

alt This course is designed for Full and Part-Time Private Practitioners, and Full and Part-Time Agency Employees

alt High Resolution Online Streaming Video

 

A. Steven Frankel, Ph.D., JD, ABPP 

alt Instructor: A. Steven Frankel, Ph.D., JD, ABPP

alt Approved for 3.0 Hours of CE Credit

alt Fulfills Requirements for Psycholgist, MFTs, LCSWs, and Licensed Professional Counselors.

alt This course is designed for Full and Part-Time Private Practitioners, and Full and Part-Time Agency Employees

alt High Resolution Video

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This course is designed to fulfill the goal of describing the presentation and course of treatment of dissociative identity disorder in childhood trauma survivors.

This course is designed for professionals who have seen between five and 15 cases of some type of dissociative disorder within the past five years, or who have no experience with these disorders and would like an update and overview of where the field is now.

alt Instructor: A. Steven Frankel, Ph.D., JD, ABPP

alt Approved for 6 Hours of CE Credit

alt Fulfills Requirements for Psychologists, MFTs, LCSWs

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This is a 6-hour presentation designed to assist clinicians with the identification and management of the risks attendant to the diagnosis and treatment of the posttraumatic and dissociative disorders.  The program begins with a review of the symptomatology of Acute Stress Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, the Dissociative Disorders and Borderline Personality Disorder.  We then turn to a discussion of the role of shame in the formation, management and treatment of these disorders, followed by a discussion of the attendant risk categories, with recommendations for high quality and safe treatment approaches as well as vulnerability and care for treating clinicians.

alt Instructor: A. Steven Frankel, Ph.D., JD, ABPP

alt Approved for 4 Hours of CE Credit

alt Fulfills Requirements for Psychologists, MFTs, LCSWs

alt High Resolution Video and Downloadable Slides

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The primary goal of this 4-hour course is to provide a frame of reference for clinicians to understand and appreciate the borderline patient/client from a perspective that includes and integrates the etiologic pathways to the disorder, symptoms and their meanings, the roles of resilience (including the sub-category of attachment), helpful/unhelpful treatment assumptions which emerge in the context of clinician countertransference and treatment targets and strategies.  

The course uses clinical examples and vignettes as a primary teaching tools, along with practical examples of handouts for both patients/clients and clinicians, some of which were developed by the presenter and others of which were developed by Marcia Linehan, Ph.D., and are available through her publications.

alt Instructor: A. Steven Frankel, Ph.D., JD, ABPP

alt Approved for 1 Hours of CE Credit

alt Fulfills Requirements for Psychologists, MFTs, LCSWs

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This one-hour course was recorded live in the spring of 2010 at a conference of 500 line clinicians, affiliated with the County of San Mateo, California.  It was a plenary presentation designed to define, describe and delimit the critical role of shame in the lives of survivors of child abuse trauma.  The course begins with a definition of shame and the distinguishing of shame from other emotions, including embarrassment, humiliation, self-consciousness and guilt.  We then turn to a discussion of resilience, how it may be assessed and its role in the response to shame. We follow with shame-based dysfunction, as manifest in emotional, cognitive, self- and behavioral dysregulation.  Finally, we address the role of these impact of these dysregulations on interactions with clinicians, including traumatic transference and countertransference.

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