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Live Webinars for Culture and Diversity

 

Multicultural guidelines and ethical standards dictate that White therapists examine their own racial identity, privilege, and fragility to better serve clients of color. Dr. Fatter will review current trends in multicultural competency and discuss the clinical cost of the therapist being ‘colorblind’. This webinar will specifically focus on aspects of White culture, White privilege, White fragility, and Helms White racial identity model to help therapists self-assess their own White racial identity. In addition, Menakem’s H-I-P-P theory of how historical trauma is somatically held in the body will be presented to better understand the typical nervous system response in a White body and ways White therapists can work with their own somatic countertransference reactions when working with clients of color. Dr. Fatter will describe ways White privilege and White fragility can show up in a therapy session as well as provide examples of specific types of microaggressions that can damage the therapeutic relationship when working with clients of color. Dr. Fatter will also discuss practical ways to bring up racial identity with clients of color and how to do a therapeutic repair when a relational rupture has occurred. Ethical considerations when working with White clients who express racist views will be also addressed.

Seminar ID: 5954

Mental Health and the Military: Strategies for Treating Veterans with PTSD and Related Conditions (3 CEs)
Presenter: Bret Moore, Psy.D., ABPP
$59.00
10/9/2020 10:00 AM - 1:15 PM EST

Roughly one-third of combat veterans battle some form of mental health condition with the most notable being posttraumatic stress disorder. This course is designed to present practitioners with a review of effective treatments for PTSD and related conditions in combat veterans.  In addition to PTSD, related disorders such as nightmares, insomnia, and depression will be reviewed.  Although there are effective treatments available for these conditions, many clinicians are unaware of the theory and science related to these interventions.  Moreover, unless the clinician has served in the military or worked with military or veteran clients in the past, the importance of military culture on treatment outcomes for these conditions will not be fully appreciated.  This seminar will help you become a more effective clinician for your veteran clients.

Seminar ID: 5904

Integrating Religion and Spirituality into Psychotherapy: Ethical and Practice Considerations (3 CEs)
Presenter: Jeffrey E. Barnett, Psy. D, ABPP
$59.00
10/10/2020 11:00 AM - 2:15 PM EST

This course will satisfy your ethics requirement.

Religion and spirituality are important dimensions of most individuals’ lives. Yet, many mental health clinicians do not receive education and training focused on how to address these issues, when appropriate, with their clients. This webinar provides information on the roles of spirituality and religion in many clients’ lives, how to address our own biases about them and how our own beliefs may impact how we view and address them, how to appropriately assess each client’s treatment needs to include religious and spiritual issues and concerns, and how to tap into clients’ beliefs, practices, and faith communities as sources of strength that may enhance the professional services we provide. Ethics issues, challenges, and dilemmas are addressed, and an ethical decision-making model is shared and clinical examples are provided and discussed to illustrate its application. Recommendations for ethical and clinically effective practice are provided. 

Seminar ID: 5836

Mental Health and the Military: Strategies for Treating Veterans with PTSD and Related Conditions (3 CEs)
Presenter: Bret Moore, Psy.D., ABPP
$59.00
11/14/2020 10:00 AM - 1:15 PM EST

Roughly one-third of combat veterans battle some form of mental health condition with the most notable being posttraumatic stress disorder. This course is designed to present practitioners with a review of effective treatments for PTSD and related conditions in combat veterans.  In addition to PTSD, related disorders such as nightmares, insomnia, and depression will be reviewed.  Although there are effective treatments available for these conditions, many clinicians are unaware of the theory and science related to these interventions.  Moreover, unless the clinician has served in the military or worked with military or veteran clients in the past, the importance of military culture on treatment outcomes for these conditions will not be fully appreciated.  This seminar will help you become a more effective clinician for your veteran clients.

Seminar ID: 6009

Multicultural guidelines and ethical standards dictate that White therapists examine their own racial identity, privilege, and fragility to better serve clients of color. Dr. Fatter will review current trends in multicultural competency and discuss the clinical cost of the therapist being ‘colorblind’. This webinar will specifically focus on aspects of White culture, White privilege, White fragility, and Helms White racial identity model to help therapists self-assess their own White racial identity. In addition, Menakem’s H-I-P-P theory of how historical trauma is somatically held in the body will be presented to better understand the typical nervous system response in a White body and ways White therapists can work with their own somatic countertransference reactions when working with clients of color. Dr. Fatter will describe ways White privilege and White fragility can show up in a therapy session as well as provide examples of specific types of microaggressions that can damage the therapeutic relationship when working with clients of color. Dr. Fatter will also discuss practical ways to bring up racial identity with clients of color and how to do a therapeutic repair when a relational rupture has occurred. Ethical considerations when working with White clients who express racist views will be also addressed.

Seminar ID: 6042

 

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