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Behavioral Emergencies Update

Volume 4, Issue 2
Spring 2003
Section on Clinical Emergenices and Crises
American Psychological Assn.
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In this issue...

The President's Column: Has the Time Come for Required Training in Clinical Emergencies and Crisis Management?

Professional Development Institute at the 111th
Annual APA CONVENTION

How Do Clinicians Learn to Manage Behavioral Emergencies?

Assessing Access to Firearms: A Common Clinical Blindspot?

The Use of Validation in Family Adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy



SECTION VII: THE NEED IS FOR INTEGRATION

SECTION VII PROGRAM AT THE APA COVENTION


Special Offer for Section VII Members

Extras

 

 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
AT THE 111TH ANUAL APA CONVENTION

     
In addition to our regular Section VII program at the APA convention this August in Toronto, this year the Section on
Clinical Emergencies and Crises will be doing an APA Division 12 Full-Day Professional Development Institute (PDI) on Wednesday, August 6, 2003. We have been able to enlist some of the very best faculty on a variety of topics related to this exciting area of practice.

CE Credits (7 units) will be given to participants and the fee is $170 for Division members, $95 for Division student members, $190 for non-members, and $115 for student non-members. There is also a $10 discount for registration and payment before June 6, 2003. If you have not received an announcement and registration form in the mail, you can obtain one by calling the
Division 12 office at (303) 652-3126 or by sending an e-mail message to div12apa@attbi.com or by accessing the Division 12 web site at www.apa.org/divisions/div12/homepage

PDI Title: BEHAVIORAL EMERGENCIES: SUICIDE RISK, VIOLENCE RISK, VULNERABLE VICTIMS
Place: Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Time: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Date: Wednesday, August 6, 2003

1) "Behavioral Emergencies: An Overview"
Phillip M. Kleespies, Ph.D.
VA Boston Healthcare System/Boston University School of Medicine

2) "Assessment of Suicide Risk with Adults"
Alan Berman, Ph.D.
Executive Director, American Association of Suicidology

3) "Evaluation of Suicide Risk with Adolescents"
Jennifer Hartstein, M.A.
Montefiore Medical Center, New York

4) "Attempted and Completed Suicide as Consequences of (Under-Treated/Untreated) Personality Disorders"
Paul Duberstein, Ph.D.
University of Rochester Medical School

5) "Risk Management and Standards of Care in Working with the Suicidal Patient"
Bruce Bongar, Ph.D.
Pacific Graduate School of Psychology/Stanford University School of Medicine

6) "Evaluation of Short-Term Risk of Violence"
Dale McNiel, Ph.D.
Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute/University of California-San Francisco

7) "Risk Management with the Potentially Violent Patient"
Leon Vandecreek, Ph.D.
Wright State University

8) "Assessment of Victims of Violence"
Dean Kilpatrick, PH.D.
Crime Victims Center, Charleston, SC

9) "Treatment Outcomes with Victims of Violence"
Heidi Resnick, Ph.D.
Crime Victims Center, Charleston, SC

10) "The Impact of Behavioral Emergencies on the Clinician"
Phillip M. Kleespies, Ph.D.
VA Boston Healthcare System/Boston University School of Medicine