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. 17: HIPAA & Medical Records Law. Boston, MA, 7:30am-3:30pm, $229.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: step by step guide to HIPAA compliance; security rule; dealing with specialized electronic medical records; and specialized records rules. Sponsored by Cross Country Education. Contact 800-397-0180.

 

Aug. 18: HIPAA & Medical Records Law. Worcester, MA, 7:30am-3:30pm, $229.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: step by step guide to HIPAA compliance; security rule; dealing with specialized electronic medical records; and specialized records rules. Sponsored by Cross Country Education. Contact 800-397-0180.

 

Aug. 20-22: EEG Neurofeedback. Hawthorne, NY, 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.

 

SEPTEMBER

 

Sept. 7: Nutrition & Mental Health: Exploring the Mind-Body Connection. Portland, ME, 7:30am-3:30pm, $209.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: brief history of medicine and diet; traditional foodways; an over-medicated society; and implications for clinical work. Sponsored by Cross Country Education. Contact 800-397-0180.

 

Sept. 9: Nutrition & Mental Health: Exploring the Mind-Body Connection. Natick, MA, 7:30am-3:30pm, $209.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: brief history of medicine and diet; traditional foodways; an over-medicated society; and implications for clinical work. Sponsored by Cross Country Education. Contact 800-397-0180.

 

Sept. 11: Beyond Calming Down. Weston, MA, 10am-1pm, $80, 3 CE Credits. Discussion on how to be creative and active in hypnotic interventions with children and teens. Sponsored by New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Contact 617-734-5042.

 

Sept. 14: Memory, Forgetfulness & the Brain. Peabody, MA, 7:45am-3:30pm, $81, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: memory and behavior; how we retrieve memories; ways to improve memory and minimize decline; and medications, memory loss, and reversible memory disorders. Sponsored by Institute for Natural Resources. Contact 877-246-6336.

 

Sept. 15-20: Ericksonian Hypnosis and Brief Outcome-Oriented Psychotherapy. Rockville, MD, 8:15am-6:30pm, $856, 50 CE Credits. Competency based certification program teaches Ericksonian hypnosis, motivational interviewing and neurolinguistic programming. Sponsored by American Hypnosis Training Academy. Contact 800-343-9915.

 

Sept. 16: Stopping the Noise: New Help for Panic, Generalized Anxiety, Phobias, and OCD. Brattleboro, VT, 8am-4pm, $165, 6 CE Credits. Workshop will demonstrate how to rapidly engage anxious clients in the therapeutic alliance and help them transform their anxieties and worries. Sponsored by The Brattleboro Retreat. Contact 802-258-4359.

 

Sept. 16-17: Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare. Boston, MA, 7am-5pm, $485, 13 CE Credits. Six tracks: leadership, health and wellness, positive psychology, advance practice, special topics and research symposium will give you a chance to take deeper dive into the science and art of coaching. Sponsored by McLean Hospital and the Institute of Coaching. Contact 617-384-8600.

 

Sept. 21: Trauma of Violence: Resilience and Recovery. Worcester, MA, 8am-4pm, $190, 6 CE Credits. Conference will focus on understanding the trauma of violence and its impact and preparing attendees to assist survivors to become resilient and to recover from these events. Sponsored by The Worcester Institute on Loss and Trauma, YOU, Inc., and Devereux. Contact 508-849-5600 x289.

 

Sept. 21: Nutrition & Mental Health: Exploring the Mind-Body Connection. Shelton, CT, 7:30am-3:30pm, $209.99, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: brief history of medicine and diet; traditional foodways; an over-medicated society; and implications for clinical work. Sponsored by Cross Country Education. Contact 800-397-0180.

 

Sept. 22: Memory, Forgetfulness & the Brain. Hyannis, MA, 7:45am-3:30pm, $81, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: memory and behavior; how we retrieve memories; ways to improve memory and minimize decline; and medications, memory loss, and reversible memory disorders. Sponsored by Institute for Natural Resources. Contact 877-246-6336.

 

Sept. 22: You Come to Us Endangered: Legacies of Community Trauma, Narrative of Healing and Resilience. Natick, MA, 9am-4:15pm, $141, 5.5 CE Credits. Conference focus is on how the impact of trauma affects communities, and what can be done to foster resilience and healing, individually and collectively. Sponsored by Riverside Trauma Center. Contact Jenny Huynh, 781-433-0672, x5738.

 

Sept. 23: Telemental Health: Expanding the Digital Frontier. Newton, MA, 8:30am-3:30pm, $170, 6 CE Credits. Discussion on telemental health. Sponsored by William James College. Contact 617-244-1682.

 

Sept. 23: Making Mindfulness Stick with Children, Teens and Families. Bedford, NH, 9am-4:30pm, $179.99 (includes lunch), 6 CE Credits. Workshop on mindfulness with children, teens and family in a variety of settings – therapeutic, educational, medical and more. Sponsored by New Hampshire Psychological Association. Contact 603-415-0451.

 

Sept. 23: Memory, Forgetfulness & the Brain. Natick, MA, 7:45am-3:30pm, $81, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: memory and behavior; how we retrieve memories; ways to improve memory and minimize decline; and medications, memory loss, and reversible memory disorders. Sponsored by Institute for Natural Resources. Contact 877-246-6336.

 

Sept. 23: Positively Healing Shame. Brattleboro, VT, 8am-4pm, $165, 6 CE Credits. Experiential workshop offers positive, practical and supportive skills for clients to buffer body, mind, and heart reactions to shame. Sponsored by The Brattleboro Retreat. Contact 802-258-4359.

 

Sept. 26-28: 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. 28: Memory, Forgetfulness & the Brain. Sturbridge, MA, 7:45am-3:30pm, $81, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: memory and behavior; how we retrieve memories; ways to improve memory and minimize decline; and medications, memory loss, and reversible memory disorders. Sponsored by Institute for Natural Resources. Contact 877-246-6336.

 

Sept. 29: Reasoning with Unreasonable People: Focus on Disorders of Emotional Regulation. Agawam, MA, 8am-4pm, $165, 6 CE Credits. Workshop will offer several strategies for having difficult conversations with the most challenging people. Sponsored by The Brattleboro Retreat. Contact 802-258-4359.

 

Sept. 30: Evidence-Based Biofeedback Treatment of the Anxiety Disorders. Montreal West, Canada, 9:30am-4:30pm, $350, no CE Credits. Workshop presents a psychophysiological model of the anxiety disorders, with an emphasis on mindfulness practices, breath training, and heart rate variability biofeedback. Sponsored by Thought Technology, Ltd. Contact 800-361-3651.

 

Sept. 30: Memory, Forgetfulness & the Brain. Randolph, MA, 7:45am-3:30pm, $81, 6 CE Credits. Topics include: memory and behavior; how we retrieve memories; ways to improve memory and minimize decline; and medications, memory loss, and reversible memory disorders. Sponsored by Institute for Natural Resources. Contact 877-246-6336.

 

OCTOBER

 

Oct. 6: Lives in the Balance: Understanding and Helping Students with Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Challenges. Westminster, VT, 8:30am-3:30pm, $105, after 9/16: $135, 5 CE Credits. Conference will focus on the Collaborative and Proactive Solutions model. Sponsored by Kurn Hattin Homes for Children. Contact Terry Andrews, 802-721-6913.

 

Oct. 6: The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Matrix. Agawam, MA, 8am-4pm, $165, 6 CE Credits. Attendees will learn why the ACT Matrix diagram works so well as an introduction to psychological flexibility across a variety of settings and populations. Sponsored by The Brattleboro Retreat. Contact 802-258-4359.

 

Oct. 14: Psychotherapy Relationships and Treatment Adaptations That Work. Brattleboro, VT, 8am-4pm, $165, 6 CE Credits. Workshop will provide integrative methods for adapting or tailoring therapy to individual clients and their singular contexts. Sponsored by The Brattleboro Retreat. Contact 802-258-4359.

 

Oct. 20-22: Stens Professional Biofeedback Certificate Program. Washington, DC, 9am-6pm, $1350, 48 CE Credits. Three day in classroom and two days live online program format that meets all 48 didactic hours required by BCIA for biofeedback certification. Sponsored by Allied Products/Biofeedback Instrument Corp. Contact 212-222-5665.

 

Oct. 21-23: Adapting Mindfulness for the Western Mind: An Educational Retreat. Sante Fe, NM, 8am-1:30pm, $599, 15 CE Credits. Topics include: why mediation is challenging for Westerners; making meditation practice personal; and teaching mindfulness techniques to clients. Sponsored by New England Educational Institute. Contact 413-499-1489 x1.

Oct. 22-24: General Biofeedback. Hawthorne, NY, 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.

 

Oct. 22-23 and Nov 12-13: Basic Workshop in Clinical Hypnosis. Brookline, MA, 8:330am-5pm, $665, after 9/5: $765, 28 CE Credits. Offers in-depth training in both theory and practice of hypnosis with a full 14 hours of guided skill practice. Sponsored by New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Contact 617-734-5042.

 

Oct. 28: Substance Use: The Impact on Young Children & Families. Worcester, MA, 8:15am-4:15pm, $180, 6 CE Credits. Conference will explore the impact of substance use on young children and families including an introduction to addiction and how to support families from a parent perspective. Sponsored by Criterion Child Enrichment. Contact 508-473-3882 x282.

 

Oct. 28: Clinical & Ethical Challenges in Working with Youth and Their Families. Nashua, NH, 9am-4:30pm, $179.99 (includes lunch), 6 CE Credits. Training will include concrete strategies/tools for managing informed consent, role clarification, school based consultation, and documentation. Sponsored by New Hampshire Psychological Association. Contact 603-415-0451.

 

NOVEMBER

 

Nov. 2-5: Externship in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. Wellesley, MA, 10am-6:30pm, except Sat: 8:30am-3pm, $799, after 10/1: $925, 28 CE Credits. Training will teach the fundamentals of EFT and is a pre-requisite for certification. Sponsored by New England Center for EFT. Contact 781-856-8727.

 

Nov. 3-4: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy: Recent Advances in CTE Science. Boston, MA, 8am-4:30pm, $325, 12.5 CE Credits. Topics include: history of concussion and CTE; biomechanics of head trauma; comorbidity and pathology of CTE; and differential diagnosis. Sponsored by Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease & Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Center. Contact 857-364-2140.

 

 

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