APNL Continuing Education Events - Spring 2017 (10/05/2017)
APNL Continuing Education Events
Thursday, May 25
Fluvarium, St. John’s, NL
Cognitive Therapy for Treatment of OCD
with Dr Adam Radomsky (Concordia University)(registration 8am)
Join Dr Adam Radomsky in a workshop reviewing the theoretical and empirical work conducted on the psychopathology and treatment of different manifestations of OCD, followed by practical instruction on the cognitive-behavioural assessment and treatment of a variety of forms of the disorder, with particular emphasis on obsessions, compulsive checking, and contamination-based OCD (mental contamination). Attendees will learn about cognitive case formulation, the importance of ongoing assessment, and specific therapeutic interventions (with emphasis on behaviouralexperiments), all following from cognitive-behavioural models of OCD.
Friday, May 26
Swiler’s Rugby Club, Crosbie Road, St. John’s, NL
From Subpoena to Sauvignon Blanc
with Dr Lorna Berndt Piercey
Join Dr. Lorna Berndt Piercey for an important discussion of Psychology and the legal system, including an overview of court procedure as well as avoiding common pitfalls in testimony, “dealing with Perry Mason”, Aftermath of court procedures, and a pros and cons discussion of Psychology's contribution to court proceedings – Not to be Missed!
EMDR: What Is It? Lunch and Learn Session
with Marina Hewlett (BYO lunch)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma and many other mental health problems.
Join Marina Hewlett as she provides a brief overview of 2018’s major Continuing Education Training opportunity- EMDR. Marina will discuss what it is, why it’s effective, and will inspire you to get in on next year’s certification training opportunity- You need to be there!
*please note – the EMDR session will be available via telephone for those interested in attending via teleconference. Pre-registration is required, and attendance will be taken at the end of the session to qualify for CE credits.
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