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Talking to Kids About Sex: Trauma-Informed, Inclusive, and Ethical Sex Education for Youth
Presented by Giselle Levin, PsyD
Course: #1652Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This intermediate course provides therapists with foundational knowledge and skills for opening up conversations about sex with children and adolescents. The course outlines sexual development in children and adolescents, discusses fundamentals of effective sex education with youth, and describes methods for ensuring that sex education is both trauma-informed and LGBT-inclusive. Ethical considerations and guidelines for clinical practice are discussed.

Working with Latino Immigrants: Non-Traditional Therapeutic Strategies
Presented by Sherrie Segovia, PsyD
Course: #1646Level: Intermediate1 Hour
There are many cultural norms, and socio-political and economic barriers that influence the ability of Latino Immigrants to access therapeutic services. This course reviews various cultural beliefs and social barriers and offers effective, non-traditional therapeutic strategies for working with vulnerable Latino immigrants.

Clinical Interventions with Children in Divorce/Separation Scenarios
Presented by Karalynn Royster, PsyD
Course: #1645Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course equips behavioral health clinicians with tools and strategies to effectively support children coping with the challenges of parental divorce or separation. Recognizing the profound impact divorce can have on children's emotional well-being, the course integrates evidence-based interventions with practical insights for clinicians to foster resilience and facilitate healthy adjustment.

Working with Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth: Navigating the Current Political Climate, Clinical Practice Guidelines, and Ethical Considerations
Presented by Giselle Levin, PsyD
Course: #1644Level: Intermediate2 Hours
With increased anti-trans legislation directed toward transgender and gender-diverse youth, it is especially imperative that mental health providers support this vulnerable population. This course describes current research on transgender and gender-diverse youth and describes WPATH standards for gender-affirming care of youth. The course provides clinical guidelines with an emphasis on helping transgender and gender-diverse youth manage stressors associated with the current political climate. Last, the course investigates ethical considerations when working with trans and gender-diverse youth.

Understanding Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as a Therapeutic Modality in Supporting Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Presented by Christina Marsack-Topolewski, PhD, MSW, LMSW
Course: #1757Level: Intermediate1.07 Hours
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder may commonly experience anxiety, depression, and/or a host of other mental health conditions. Due to the complexity and co-morbidity often associated with autism spectrum disorder, cognitive-behavioral therapy may be an effective therapeutic modality for some individuals with autism. This webinar explores cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques and strategies to consider when working with people with autism.

Decoding Coercive Control: Advanced Strategies for Proficient Domestic Violence Assessment
Presented by Sybil Cummin, MA, LPC, ACS
Course: #1752Level: Intermediate1.08 Hours
Incorporating the patterns of coercive control in domestic violence assessments has been shown to have the most long-term impact on victims and survivors. This course explores strategies for moving away from assessing domestic violence from an incident model approach to incorporate the patterns of coercive control into assessment.

Culturally Competent Clinical Care and Ethics: BDSM, Kink, and Fetishes in Practice
Presented by Giselle Levin, PsyD
Course: #1643Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Working with patients involved in BDSM and kink can seem daunting for many clinicians. This course introduces clinicians to the principles and practices of BDSM and kink, with an emphasis on ethics, safety, and consent. Clinicians will learn to appropriately assess risk, navigate bias and stigma, and employ interventions to support and affirm BDSM, kink, and fetishes.

Operationalizing Cultural Responsiveness in the Clinical Setting
Presented by Stephanie Carnes, PhD, MSW, LCSW, LL.M
Course: #1729Level: Intermediate1.05 Hours
Clinicians often experience societal dynamics, cultural values, power, and privilege differently from the populations they serve. Providing culturally responsive and affirming care is a guiding ethical commitment of the profession. This workshop explores the construct of culturally responsive care and will allow clinicians to operationalize values of cultural responsiveness in their own clinical settings.

The Psychology Behind the Need for Technology in U.S. Society
Presented by Taeler Hammond, MA
Course: #1642Level: Intermediate1 Hour
With average screen usage exceeding four hours daily in U.S. society, humanity's attachment to technology raises mental health concerns. This course explores the psychological drivers behind excessive technology engagement and equips professionals with strategies to help clients develop healthier tech habits. Empirical research, case studies, and clinical applications on technology overuse will be examined.

Social Isolation and Loneliness: Who's At Risk and How to Help
Presented by Christina Marsack-Topolewski, PhD, MSW, LMSW
Course: #1714Level: Intermediate1.53 Hours
Social isolation and loneliness have been recognized challenges in recent decades, and the COVID-19 pandemic provided further visibility of these realities. This course offers a look at who is at risk for loneliness, the signs of loneliness, and effective ways to reduce social isolation and loneliness while promoting overall mental and physical health outcomes for clients and consumers. Implications for practice are discussed.

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