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20 Credit Continuing Education Program
20 Credit Continuing Education Program

Innovations in Clinical Practice: A Source Book (Volume 20) - CE Program (Test Only) - 20 Credits/Hours

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***You must have access to "Innovations in Clinical Practice (Vol 20)" to complete this CE program.***

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A 20-credit, 200 question book-based CE program based on the book:
 Innovations in Clinical Practice: A Source Book (Vol 20)

Upon successful completion, this program
a 20 CE credits, including 3 documented ethics credits and 1 documented domestic violence credit

Target Audience

Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers

Learning Level

Learning Objectives
  • Discuss cognitive-behavioral interventions, including dialectical behavior therapy in the treatment of borderline personality disorder; cognitive-behavioral treatment for obsessive compulsive disorder and body dysmorphic disorder; and the management of obstacles to the utilization of exposure therapy with PTSD patients.
  • Demonstrate systemic treatment interventions, including parent-child interaction therapy for the treatment of young children with conduct problems; effective interventions with difficult adolescents and their families; a systemic approach to crisis intervention counseling; a systems-centered approach to individual and group psychotherapy; and practical issues in conducting home-based early interventions.
  • Explain behavioral health interventions, including evaluating pain patients involved in personal injury litigation and interventions in morbid obesity.
  • Practice the evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders, including pharmacological interventions; cognitive-behavioral treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder and body dysmorphic disorder; and the incorporation of parents and peers in the assessment and treatment of childhood anxiety.
  • Describe interventions utilizing group psychotherapy techniques, including solution-oriented groups for teens, preteens, and their families; a systems-centered approach to individual and group psychotherapy; and the use of the here and now in short-term group psychotherapy.
  • Summarize the evaluation and treatment of sex offenders and their victims, including sex offender risk assessment and the use of conjoint clarification sessions in the treatment of incest victims.
  • Recognize ethical and risk management issues, including sex offender risk assessment; risk management for psychotherapists; ethical, clinical, and risk management issues in rural practice; the prediction of homicide in cases of intimate partner domestic violence; and ethical and social policy considerations when working with children and families.
Topics for Study
Anxiety Disorders in Adults: Pharmacological Interventions and Collaborative Considerations Dialectical Behavior Therapy: A Synthesis of Acceptance and Change in the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Body Dysmorphic Disorder Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: A Dyadic Intervention for the Treatment of Young Children With Conduct Problems Incorporating Parents and Peers in the Assessment and Treatment of Childhood Anxiety Effective Interventions With Difficult Adolescents and Their Families Solution-Oriented Groups for Teens, Pre-Teens, and Their Families A Systemic Approach to Crisis Intervention Counseling Evaluating Pain Patients Involved in Personal Injury Litigation Interventions in Morbid Obesity Managing Obstacles to the Utilization of Exposure Therapy With PTSD Patients A Systems-Centered Approach to Individual and Group Psychotherapy The Use of the Here and Now in Short-Term Group Psychotherapy Sex Offender Risk Assessment Using Conjoint Clarification Sessions in the Treatment of Incest Victims Risk Management for Psychotherapists: Avoiding the Pitfalls Practical Issues in Conducting Home-Based Early Intervention Ethical, Clinical, and Risk Management Issues in Rural Practice Understanding and Predicting Homicide in Cases of Intimate Partner Domestic Violence Ethical and Social Policy Considerations When Working With Children and Families

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