Continuing Education for Psychologists

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 Jan. 1, Apr. 1, June 1, and Sep. 1 for print editions; anytime for online. Conference information may be submitted by email: ce@nepsy.com.

 

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Upcoming

Sep. 20-Oct 23: Child Custody Evaluation. Online & In-Residence. $1100, 28 CEs. This course is designed for professionals who aspire to use empirically-based research and methodology and best practices to provide or understand forensic psychological assessments in contested custody matters for the courts. William James College and the Center of Excellence for Children, Families and the Law will offer the Child Custody Evaluation course for continuing education credits. Sponsored by William James College. Contact:  www.williamjames.edu/academics/lifelong/ce/ (under Online Programs).

Sep. 24: Psychosocial Care at End-of-Life through Bereavement. Zoom. $169 ($109 for members), 6 CEs. The purpose of this workshop is to provide an overview of psychosocial care at end-of-life for patients and their families. Patient, informal caregiver, and family psychosocial needs will be described and evidence-based approaches for addressing these will be reviewed, with a focus on cognitive-behavioral and meaning-based interventions. As quality end-of-life care continues after a patient’s death, key topics in bereavement care will also be addressed, including making condolence calls, contemporary bereavement theories, assessment of risk for and diagnosis of bereavement-related mental health challenges, and grief intervention approaches. Sponsored by Rhode Island Psychological Assoc. Learn more: www.ripsych.org/events/

Sep. 24-25: The Utilization of EMDR Therapy with Grief and Mourning. Zoom. $275-$400, 14 CEs. This presentation will discuss grief and mourning, the processes the mourner has to go through for adaptive assimilation and accommodation of the loss, factors that can complicate bereavement, and how EMDR can be integrated into an overall treatment plan.  Attachment theory and other models of grief will be presented that can inform EMDR therapy.   Heavy emphasis is placed throughout the workshop on the analysis of the clinical material. Sponsored by the EMDR Institute. Learn more: emdr.com

Sep. 24-Oct. 22: Sex, Sexuality and Gender. 5-week livestream miniseries. $175, 7.5 CEs. “We’ll be exploring, in a new extended format, the current scientific and theoretical understanding of sexuality and gender, as well as the clinical importance of these aspects of identity in the treatment of children and adolescents. Clinicians will take away key strategies to effectively address the many and diverse questions from their young patients.” Presented by Marshall Forstein, MD & Cynthia Telingator, MD.  Sponsored by the Cambridge Health Alliance & Harvard Medical School. Contact www.cambridgecme.org