In this 12-hour course, Lois Ehrmann offers a comprehensive survey of the essential skills and issues all clinical supervisors need to know to tackle the toughest issues they face in today’s ever-evolving world of therapy.
Generation Z women face unique obstacles related to their gender and report unprecedented levels of anxiety and depression. Dr. Martha Straus, an expert in working with kids and teens, joins Margaret Wehrenberg to explore best strategies for supporting these young women in therapy.
Mood problems affect many young people with tremendous negative impacts. Join child and adolescent psychologist Dr. Eric Youngstrom for tools and techniques to help determine when a problem is a mood disorder vs something else and how to stay informed on the science behind treatment options.
Lynn Grodzki shares private practice opportunities, strategies and tips to help you grow your business in good times and bad, including a 4-step crisis-proofing process to help you stay grounded, minimize risk, retain control, and enhance prospects.
Gain valuable insights into the intricate dynamics of clinical supervision. Learn how to organize your supervisory efforts more effectively and efficiently to make a lasting impact on the professional growth of your trainees.
Joshua Coleman explores common reasons for parental estrangement, the best interventions (and frequent mistakes made) when working with this population based on research and the presenter’s clinical specialization in the field will be discussed.
The COVID pandemic has seen a steep rise in the use of psychotropic medicines. This 3-hour webinar with Kenneth Carter will provide practical information about antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, and medication for insomnia to help therapists understand medication consequences and realities.