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Topic: First Friday Peer Consultation Meeting
Time: First Friday of the Month 09:45 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Presented by: Donald H. Meichenbaum, PhD
(Don celebrating his 80th birthday!)
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, with its accompanying distress, uncertainty and losses, the incidence of suicides has increased with calls to suicide hotlines having increased dramatically.
This Webinar presentation will examine the incidence and impact of depressogenic suicidal behavior from a life-span approach including youth and adults. The impact of co-occurring disorders will be highlighted, including PTSD, prolonged and complicated grief and traumatic bereavement, and Substance abuse disorders. How to bolster resilience in individuals, families and communities will be discussed. A detailed handout and a TO DO list for attendees on how to implement a Constructive Narrative strengths-based intervention will be presented.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: ATTENDEES WILL BE ABLE TO
1. Assess for risk factors using telehealth procedures;
2. Employ a Case Conceptualization Model that informs treatment decision-making;
3. Implement the Core tasks of psychotherapy and evidenced-based cognitive behavioral interventions to address the traumatic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic;
4. Provide trauma-informed Constructive Narrative therapeutic interventions;
5 . Implement core treatment strategies for Prolonged and complicated grief and traumatic bereavement;
6. Integrate spirituality and psychotherapy;
7. How to help the helpers cope with the suicidal death of their patients;
8, How to spot HYPE in the field of psychotherapy
8:45 An overview: Personal experiences with suicidal patients and lessons learned
The nature of the challenges of suicide with adults and youth
Assessment procedures of risk and protective factors: A Case Conceptualization Model
Need to Document, Document, Document
Overview of treatment approaches
10:30 Core treatment strategies including: Role of therapeutic alliance/ Feedback informed treatment/ Safety planning/ Psycho-education/ Coping skills training/ Relapse prevention
12:00 Lunch/ video socializing
1:00 Treatment of suicidal adolescents
Treatment of individuals with co-occurring disorders and suicidal behaviors
PTSD and Complex PTSD
Prolonged and complicated grief and traumatic bereavement
Substance abuse disorders
3:00 How to integrate spirituality and psychotherapy
How to help the helpers and coping with their patient's suicide
Donald Meichenbaum, Ph. D, is Distinguished Professor Emeritus, from the University of Waterloo, Ontario from which he took early retirement 25 years ago. Since then he has been the Research Director of the Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and the Treatment of Victims of Violence in Miami. (Please visit www.melssainstitute.org). Dr. Meichenbaum is one of the founders of Cognitive behavior therapy and in a survey of clinicians, he was voted "one of the ten most influential psychotherapists of the 20th century." He has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Clinical Division of the American Psychological Association. He was the Honorary President of the Canadian Psychological Association. He has presented in all of the Canadian Provinces, in all 50 U.S. states, and internationally. He has published extensively and has authored several books including Roadmap to resilience that he has made available as a website for FREE (Please visit roadmaptoresilience.wordpress.com). His most recent article " How to spot HYPE in the field of psychotherapy " was chosen the best article in the filed of psychotherapy. His latest book "Treating individuals with addiction disorders: A strengths-based workbook for patients and clinicians" is being published by Routledge Press. He celebrated his 80th birthday publishing "The evolution of cognitive behavior therapy: A personal and professional journey with Don Meichenbaum" (Routledge Press).
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND DON MEICHENBAUM'S WORKSHOP
"I'm writing to express my deep appreciation for your work, style, and influence, I have all of your books and frequently cite your articles. I am a sponge when it comes to your interventions and overall approach to therapy.
Please let me tell you how I have made a gift of your work to others. I own a large private practice. I have 90 therapists and interns working with me and we see thousands of clients every year. After I attended your workshop, I was so motivated that I decided to implement your model into the daily work we do with clients. I have been teaching your philosophy, using your handouts and books. I changed the way we keep our progress notes to reflect your Case Conceptualization Model and now require every therapist to complete a Case Conceptualization form for each case.
As a therapist, I want to comment on how much I appreciate the ease of using the online version of your Roadmap to resilience book (roadmaptoresilience.wordpress.com). It's so user friendly. I am able to go to the fitness areas and ask what area my patient might like to discuss. Equally, it is possible to go to the Appendices and take a look at the checklists or the topics and move forward from there. It is really brilliantly done. My client has said that he really likes working with Roadmap to Resilience and after having the opportunity to explore the online book in greater depth I'm certain I will use it with other clients.
It is a very generous gift for you to have shared your book in this way at this time. I thank you very much.
( NOTE: The FREE Roadmap to resilience website in the first month has had 15,000 visitors from 103 countries worldwide ).
Should you have a grievance, question or concerns regarding this course, the instructor, or any other aspects of our Continuing Education Program, please contact the Continuing Education Program Administrator or Chapter President. Contact information can be found on our website at www.camft-csjvchapter.org.
Facilities in which Central San Joaquin Valley Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists have agreed to utilize are accessible to persons with disabilities. If you have a special need and plan to attend the workshop, please contact Michael Crile, at (559) 931-5618 or Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow as much advanced notice as is possible to ensure that we have ample time to meet your required needs.
Aging in a Changing World
Presented by Dr. Lorin Lindner
This course will help clinicians seeing an increasingly aging population to develop greater clinical skills which they can apply in immediate and effective ways in their future clinical work. Understanding the developmental, socio-historical, and discrimination issues facing elders will also increase culturally competent long term care.
1. Attendance throughout the entire presentation.
2. Completion of a course evaluation at the end of the presentation.
3. Provision of the correct spelling of name and license number for completion certificate
Participants will be able to:
1.Identify five physical changes that are associated with aging
2 Name four common psychological disorders found in aging individuals
3. Assess three signs of substance abuse in the elderly
4. Describe how to make a report of elder abuse
5. List three types of interventions best suited for loss and grief associated with aging adults.
Course Schedule 8:30 am-12 noon
A) Lifespan Development ----- 8:45am – 9:15am
Aging as a lifelong process - by 2030, there will be about 75 million persons in the U.S. older than 65 years of age, by 2060, it is expected that one out of four persons will be 60 or older
In order to ensure appropriate care for the aging population, we will look at an overview of the unique issues relevant to this population
Physical, biological and psychological changes of aging
What causes our bodies to change? Subtle and obvious changes
Ageism throughout history
Cognitive Capacity and Intellectual Vigor
B) Mental Disorders in Later Life ------ 9:15 am – 10:30 am
Mental Disorders and Aging Adults are the same as in younger adults; however, the prevalence, nature, and course of each disorder may be very different.
Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental disorders in older people.
Schizophrenia and other Psychotic Disorders
Prescription drugs abuse/misuse and the Increased Risk of Side Effects
Substance Abuse and Alcohol Abuse
Long term care and caregivers
Empathic Failure in Alzheimer caregivers
Video and Case Examples
10:30 am BREAK – 15 mins RESUME 10:45 am
D) Elder and Dependent Abuse and Neglect ---- 11:00-11:15 am
Legal and Ethical Obligations
Mandated Reporting – What You Need to Know
Case Examples and Video
E) Loss, Bereavement, and Grief - End-of-life Issues---- 11:15-11:50am
Trauma-focused CBT and other effective Interventions for trauma
Emotional Support/Therapy Animals
Right to Die Laws
F) Questions & Answers and Evaluations completed ----11:50-12 noon
G) Conclusion – 12 pm
Course Completion certificates will be awarded at the end of the course in exchange for a completed evaluation form.
Lorin Lindner, PhD, MPH is a clinical psychologist and supervisor for Clinica Sierra Vista Behavioral Health Centers in both Kern and Fresno Counties. She became licensed to practice psychology in 1988. Her most recent publications appeared in the Journal of Trauma and Dissociation and in the Journal of Developmental Psychology and her first book was published in 2018 on trauma in veterans and animal assisted interventions. Dr. Lindner was an adjunct professor at Santa Monica College for 19 years where she taught Lifespan Development with a cross-cultural perspective. She is the Founder and President of Serenity Park Sanctuary and Warriors and Wolves, animal-assisted work therapy programs for veterans with combat-related stress and traumatic brain injuries.
It is the Refund Policy of Central San Joaquin Valley Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists is as follows: Fees for chapter events are nonrefundable except in the case the event is cancelled or rescheduled. Due to the current pandemic issues facing our country, and the current state of emergencies due to the California fires, refunds will be considered by the Continuing Education committee and Board of Directors.
Should you have a grievance, question or concerns regarding this course, the instructor, or any other aspects of our Continuing Education Program, please contact the Continuing Education Program Administrator or Chapter President. Contact information can be found on our website at www.camft-csjvchapter.org. Our Program Administrator will work diligently to rectify your concerns to your satisfactory as quickly as possible.
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