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Florida Statutes and Rules Affecting the Practice of Psychology
Presented by Katie Kirk, PsyD, LAC
Course: #1797Level: Introductory1 Hour
A text-based course requiring participants to review the current Florida Statutes and Rules affecting the practice of psychology and complete an exam to ensure learning outcomes are met.

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.

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.

Cultural Competency in Behavioral Health
Presented by Sophie Nathenson, PhD
Course: #1526Level: Introductory1 Hour
In this course, the concept of cultural competency will be introduced as it applies to behavioral health fields, including the role of cultural humility in culturally responsive care. An overview of sources of health disparities are discussed as they relate to cultural competency. Evidenced-based approaches are presented that may enhance the effectiveness of mental health interventions, in addition to specific policy recommendations for future education and research.

Supporting Children Who Have Been Affected by Divorce
Presented by Sybil Cummin, MA, LPC, ACS
Course: #1335Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Divorce is common therefore, practitioners need to understand how to work with children impacted by divorce effectively. This course provides a framework to assess and work with children who are experiencing divorce based on their stages of development, as well as how to engage with parents safely.

Understanding and Supporting Children and Teens with ADHD
Presented by Heather Schmitt, PhD, LP
Course: #1267Level: Introductory1 Hour
An overview of what Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is and is not, including common myths and neurodevelopmental basics, is provided in this course. Practical strategies to manage and intervene with ADHD in children and teens are discussed, with a focus on identifying strengths and promoting self-regulation and executive functioning skills.

The Opioid Crisis: A Sociological Perspective
Presented by Sophie Nathenson, PhD
Course: #1014Level: Intermediate1 Hour
In this course the social context of the opioid crisis will be discussed, including societal-level contributing factors. A holistic approach to addressing the crisis is presented, with applications to the health professional’s role.

Understanding Communication Styles on Diverse Teams
Presented by Marva Mount, MA, CCC-SLP, FNAP
Course: #1022Level: Intermediate1 Hour
How often do you begin a conversation with a specific set of expectations and immediately realize that things are not going the way you expected? We deliver many messages within our chosen professions, to a variety of different communication partners. How do we prevent misunderstandings and damaged relationships? We will examine ways to match our current communication style in ways that are more aligned to our audience providing positive outcomes, regardless of the message we must deliver.

Self-Care and Systems Change for Behavioral Health Professionals
Presented by Sophie Nathenson, PhD
Course: #1008Level: Intermediate1 Hour
In this course, participants will learn about the relationship between systems change work and self-care. We will cover factors contributing to burnout in systems changes from an equity/diversity lens and practices that can enhance well-being and contribute to the sustainability of mental health promotion programs.

Relationship Violence and Research
Presented by Wind Goodfriend, PhD, MS, BA
Course: #1202Level: Intermediate2 Hours
An introduction to several fundamental theories and models regarding the psychology of relationship violence. Material includes different types of relationship violence as well as research on the psychology of perpetrators and survivors. In addition, ideas regarding healing after a successful escape from an abusive relationship are discussed.

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