Continuing Education

New England Psychologist lists as many continuing education conferences as space allows. Listings with incomplete information will not be printed. CE credits listed are for psychologists. Deadline to submit information is the 1st of the month prior to the month listing appears in. (For example: Jan. 1st deadline for listing in Feb.). Conference information may be submitted via snail mail: ATTN: Continuing Education, New England Psychologist, P.O. Box 1202, West Chatham, MA 02669; or by email: ce@nepsy.com.


 

AUGUST

 

Aug. 24: Psychopharmacology: What You Need to Know Today about Psychiatric Medications. Providence, RI, 7:30am-4pm, $199.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: practical ways to effectively communicate med information, best meds for each disorder and age group, and DSM-5 and psychotropic med use. Sponsored by PESI. Contact 800-844-8260.

 

Aug. 24-28: Living and Working Like You Mean It: Using Your Emotions to Help Yourself and Others. Eastham, MA, 9am-12:15pm, $599, 15 CE Credits. Topics include: cultivating your emotional self; developing your observing self; and bringing yourself more fully into the therapeutic encounter. Sponsored by Professional Learning Network, LLC. Contact 888-394-9293.

 

Aug. 24-28: Essential Psychopharmacology, 2015. Martha’s Vineyard, MA, 9am-12:15pm, $795, 15 CE Credits. An updated review of clinical psychopharmacology will be presented. Sponsored by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry. Contact 617-384-8600.

 

Aug. 24-28: Conscious Leadership: A Unified Model of Leadership Development. Eastham, MA, 9am-12:15pm, $599, 15 CE Credits. Workshop will include a self-assessment using the Leadership Circle Profile, which provides personal insight through the lens of the Unified Model. Sponsored by Professional Learning Network, LLC. Contact 888-394-9293.

 

Aug. 24-28: Meditation and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice. Martha’s Vineyard, MA, 9am-12:15pm, $795, 15 CE Credits. An up-to-date review of the theory and practice of meditation from its ancient origins to modern brain science and psychotherapy. Sponsored by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry. Contact 617-384-8600.

 

Aug. 24-28: Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment Martha’s Vineyard, MA, 9am-12:15pm, $795, 15 CE Credits. Course will consist of lecture and audience interaction, including discussion of cases. Sponsored by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Dept. of Psychiatry. Contact 617-384-8600.

 

Aug. 25: Psychopharmacology: What You Need to Know Today about Psychiatric Medications. Springfield, MA, 7:30am-4pm, $199.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: practical ways to effectively communicate med information, best meds for each disorder and age group, and DSM-5 and psychotropic med use. Sponsored by PESI. Contact 800-844-8260.

 

SEPTEMBER

 

Sept. 10-12: General Biofeedback. Miami, FL, 9am-6pm, $1195, 48 CE Credits. A new 3-day program format includes home study and web-based training that meets all 48 didactic hours required by BCIA for biofeedback certification. Sponsored by Allied Products/Biofeedback Instrument Corp. Contact 212-222-5665.

 

Sept. 11-12: ACT Raising Safe Kids. Waltham, MA, 8:30am-4pm, $195, 12 CE Credits. Two day training in a national parenting program to strengthen families to nurture kids. Sponsored by Massachusetts Psychological Association. Contact 781-736-2000.

 

Sept. 14-16: EEG Neurofeedback. Miami, FL, 9am-6pm, $995, 36 CE Credits. A new 3-day program that includes home study and web-based training that meets all 36 didactic hours required by BCIA for neurofeedback certificate. Sponsored by Allied Products/Biofeedback Instrument Corp. Contact 212-222-5665.

 

Sept. 16: Antisocial, Borderline, Narcissistic and Histrionic: Effective Treatment for Cluster B Personality Disorders. Hyannis, MA, 7:30am-4pm, $199.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: personality mystique, antisocial spectrum, narcissistic continuum, and borderline spectrum. Sponsored by PESI, Inc. Contact 800-844-8260.

 

Sept. 17: Antisocial, Borderline, Narcissistic and Histrionic: Effective Treatment for Cluster B Personality Disorders. Taunton, MA, 7:30am-4pm, $199.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: personality mystique, antisocial spectrum, narcissistic continuum, and borderline spectrum. Sponsored by PESI, Inc. Contact 800-844-8260.

 

Sept. 17-22: Ericksonian Hypnosis and Brief Outcome-Oriented Psychotherapy. Rockville, MD, 8:15am-6:30pm, $886, 50 CE Credits. Topics include: making sense of hypnosis, inducing hypnosis, patterns of Ericksonian hypnosis, and innovative hypnotherapy. Sponsored by American Hypnosis Training Academy. Contact 800-343-9915.

 

Sept. 18: Antisocial, Borderline, Narcissistic and Histrionic: Effective Treatment for Cluster B Personality Disorders. Worcester, MA, 7:30am-4pm, $199.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: personality mystique, antisocial spectrum, narcissistic continuum, and borderline spectrum. Sponsored by PESI, Inc. Contact 800-844-8260.

 

Sept. 18-20: Attachment and Borderline Personality Disorder. Boston, MA, 7am-5pm, except 9/20: 8am-12pm, $650, 17.5 CE Credits. Topics include: evaluate attachment theory and apply appropriate treatment therapies; discussion of types of psychotherapy that utilize attachment principles. Sponsored by McLean Hospital. Contact 617-384-8600.

 

Sept. 24-27: Global Neurofeedback Initiative: BCIA Didactic Course. Mexico City, Mexico, 9am-6pm, $1245, 36 CE Credits. A neurofeedback boot camp for beginners. Sponsored by Allied Products/Biofeedback Instrument Corp. Contact 212-222-5665.

 

Sept. 25-26: Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare. Boston, MA, 7am-5pm, $550, 12.75 CE Credits. Topics include: variety of models, theories and domains of psychology and leadership and apply to coaching practices; emerging research on the efficacy of coaching models and practices; advanced coaching skills applicable to leadership and healthcare. Sponsored by McLean Hospital and Institute of Coaching. Contact 617-384-8600.

 

Sept. 26: An ICD10 and CPT Presentation. Dedham, MA, 9am-4:30pm, $195, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: the history, rationale and application of ICD principles to diagnosing psychological conditions and brief overview of CPT system. Sponsored by Massachusetts Psychological Association. Contact 781-263-0080.


OCTOBER

 

Oct. 2: The Challenge of Infertility: Treating Mind and Body. Warwick, RI, 8:30am-4pm, $169, 6 CE Credits. Program will provide a comprehensive update on the cutting-edge issues in the medical and emotional treatment of infertility. Sponsored by Rhode Island Psychological Association. Contact 401-736-2900.

 

Oct. 2: Bio-behavioral Diagnosis and Treatment of Primary Headache Disorders. Montreal, Canada, 9:30am-4:30pm, $350 by 9/1, no CE Credits. In-depth clinical guide to the many advances in the diagnosis and management of migraine, cluster headache, tension-type headache and their many variants. Sponsored by Thought Technology, Ltd. Contact 800-361-3651 ext 135.

 

Oct. 9: Ethics & Risk Management in the Age of the Affordable Care Act: Everything You Didn’t Want to Know and Were Afraid to Ask. Norwood, MA, 9am-4:30pm, $245, 6 CE Credits. Workshop will focus on ethical and risk management issues as they relate to the broader changes in psychological practice that are and will be generated by the ACA. Sponsored by Massachusetts Psychological Association. Contact 781-263-0080, ext 10.

 

Oct. 22-25: 39th Annual Psychopharmacology Conference. Boston, MA, 7am-7:30pm, except 10/25: 7am-5:30pm, $899, 30.75 CE Credits. Topics include: get questions answered and translate enhanced knowledge into optimal patient care, content on the spectrum of psychiatric disorders, and hear innovative research on managing side effects. Sponsored by Massachusetts General Hospital Dept. of Psychiatry. Contact 866-644-7792.

 

Oct. 23: Understanding the Role of Trauma in the Roots of Violent Behavior. Natick, MA, 8:30am-4:15pm, $125, after 9/18: $139, 5.5 CE Credits. Conference will explore the many ways in which early childhood and interpersonal trauma potentially shape future violent behavior and discuss the clinical implications. Sponsored by Riverside Trauma Center. Contact Jenny Huynh, 781-433-0672, ext 5738.

Oct. 23-25: Transformational Moments: How Master Clinicians Think, Talk and Listen When Facing the Most Challenging of Clinical Tasks. Sante Fe, NM, 8am-1:30pm, $599, 15 CE Credits. Symposium will offer a variety of innovative treatment strategies and interviewing techniques for transforming many of the most problematic clinical challenges encountered. Sponsored by New England Educational Institute. Contact 413-499-1489, ext. 1.

 

Oct. 23-25: Adapting Mindfulness for the Western Mind: An Educational Retreat. Sante Fe, NM, 8am-1:30pm, $599, 15 CE Credits. Topics include: mindfulness and therapeutic presence; making meditation practice personal; and seven factors of optimal presence. Sponsored by New England Educational Institute. Contact 413-499-1489, ext. 1.

 

Oct. 23-25: Emotional Disorders: Practical Strategies for the Transdiagnostic Treatment of Anxiety, Depression, Anger, and Perfectionism. Sante Fe, NM, 8am-1:30pm, $599, 15 CE Credits. Participants will receive comprehensive training in a wide range of approaches including cognitive strategies, behavioral treatments, acceptance and mindfulness-related approaches, and other emotion regulation methods. Sponsored by New England Educational Institute. Contact 413-499-1489, ext. 1.

 

Oct. 24: When Intimacy Feels Unsafe: Healing the Trauma Legacy in Couple Therapy. Cambridge, MA, 9am-4:30pm, $125, 6 CE Credits. Workshop will address the neurobiological legacy of neglect, attachment failure and trauma and its impact on couple relationships. Sponsored by Psychodynamic Couple and Family Institute of New England. Contact 781-433-0906.

 

Oct. 24-25 and Nov. 7-8: Annual Basic Workshop in Clinical Hypnosis. Auburndale, MA, 8am-5pm, $700, after 9/15: $799, 28 CE Credits. Participants will learn how to use hypnosis to resolve problems of anxiety, acute pain, and procedural pain. Sponsored by The New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Contact 617-744-9857.

 

Oct. 30: Staying on the Cutting Edge: Kids First 1988 to 2015. Freeport, ME, 8:30am-3:30pm, $175, 6 CE Credits. Will discuss some of the core principles that have made the program work, how those concepts are still vital in this area, and explore new developments and techniques for tackling the persistent problem of kids getting caught in the middle. Sponsored by Kids First Center. Contact 207-761-2709.

 

Oct. 30: Internet Addiction: Assessment & Treatment. Wellesley, MA, 9am-12pm, $100, 3 CE Credits. Participants will learn to help clients differentiate between healthy use of Internet and addictive behavior. Sponsored by Massachusetts Psychological Association. Contact 781-263-0080.

 

Oct. 30-31: Treating Patients with Trauma. Boston, MA, 8am-4p:30pm, $315, 16 CE Credits. Topics include: sources of trauma; therapeutic empathy; four treatment models; and classical, cognitive, and interpersonal exposure. Sponsored by Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior. Contact 800-258-8411.

 

Oct. 30-Nov. 1: Cultivating Compassion: From the Buddha to Modern Psychotherapy. Barre, MA, 7:30pm Fri-12pm Sun., $198, 10 CE Credits. Residential program with meals provided. Sponsored by Barre Center for Buddhist Studies. Contact 978-355-2347 ext 10.

 

NOVEMBER

 

Nov. 6-7: Middle School Through College: Mental Health and Education. Cambridge, MA, 7am-5:30pm, $425, 14 CE Credits. Objectives include: outline major mental health challenges and develop strategies to address them in practice; evaluate prevention and harm reduction efforts; and work collaboratively with other mental health professionals. Sponsored by McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Contact 617-384-8600.

 

Nov. 6-8: Growing Mindful: Encouraging Compassion and Connection in Children & Teens. Barre, MA, 7:30pm Fri-12pm Sun., $198, 12 CE Credits. Residential program with meals provided. Sponsored by Barre Center for Buddhist Studies. Contact 978-355-2347 ext 10.

 

Nov. 11-14: Externship in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. Wellesley, MA, 9am-6pm, except 11/14: 9am-3pm, $775, after 9/1: $925, 28 CE Credits. This is the first stage of training in this evidence based and research proven approach to working with couples. Sponsored by Washington Baltimore Center for Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. Contact 603-448-5318.

 

Nov 18-21: Healing From the Body Level Up – Level 1 Workshop. Needham, MA, 9am-6pm, $795, after 10/15: $900, no CE Credits. Learn how to rapidly eliminate phobias, negative emotions and limiting beliefs, resolve internal conflicts, install boundaries and completely clear loss and violence trauma. Sponsored by Judith A. Swack, Ph.D. Contact 781-444-6940.

 

Nov. 30-Dec. 1: ACT Raising Safe Kids. Waltham, MA, 8:30am-4pm, $195, 12 CE Credits. Two day training in a national parenting program to strengthen families to nurture kids. Sponsored by Massachusetts Psychological Association. Contact 781-736-2000.

 

 

 

 

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