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Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Problem-Solving Therapy DepressionProblem-Solving Therapy (PST) is an evidenced-based intervention for treating both adult and late-life depression. Based on research identifying ineffective problem-solving ability to be an important vulnerability factor for depression, PST fosters adoption and implementation of adaptive problem-solving attitudes and behaviors as a means of effectively coping with stressful life events. Part of the APA Online Academy Professional Development Presentation Campus.Continuing Education Program (October 2010)2.Risk Assessment for Domestically Violent Men: Tools for Criminal Justice, Offender Intervention, and Victim ServicesIn this book, the authors make a powerful case for using actuarial risk assessments to predict recidivism in male domestic violence offenders. These assessments, the Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment (ODARA) and the Domestic Violence Risk Appraisal Guide (DVRAG), are the first in the field. The ODARA/DVRAG system helps criminal justice officials and clinicians decide which offenders pose the greatest risk to therefore preclude the most dangerous cases from falling through the cracks. Continuing Education Program (January 2010)3.OPTIONS for Preparing Inmates for Community Reentry: An Employment Preparation InterventionsA study which tests the effectiveness of the curriculum to determine if participants had higher career search self efficacy, problem solving and hopefulness than treatment as usual control group participants in this article from The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 41, No. 7.Continuing Education Program 4.Emotions, Aggression and Morality in Children: Bridging Development and PsychopathologyThe chapters demonstrate how early affective experiences and relationships provide a foundation for children's subsequent social cognitive understanding of victimization, harm and moral intentionality.Continuing Education Program (July 2012)5.Social Pain: Neuropsychological and Health Implications of Loss and ExclusionThis book provides the first comprehensive, multidisciplinary exploration of social pain, defined as the experience of pain as a result of interpersonal rejection or loss, such as rejection from a social group, bullying, or the loss of a loved one.Continuing Education Program (November 2011)6.What Psychologists Should Know About Working with Older AdultsThis INTERMEDIATE workshop will increase the competencies of psychologists interested in working with older adults and their families, and their caregivers. Part of the APA Online Academy Convention Workshop Presentations Campus.Continuing Education Program 7.Violence Against Women and Children, Volume 1: Mapping the TerrainExperts from diverse disciplines describe prevalence rates among various populations; risk factors for perpetration and vulnerability and protective factors for potential victims.Continuing Education Program 8.Blueprint for Change: Achieving Integrated Health Care for an Aging Population ProjectThe purpose of the Blueprint is to examine and make recommendations for how psychologists can work with other healthcare professionals, individuals and families to ensure appropriate, effective and integrated healthcare for the increasing number of older adults.Continuing Education Program (September 2013)9.Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as a Unified Model of Behavior ChangeProcess and outcome evidence is presented for positive change across a wide range of growth areas and applied problems in this article from The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 40, No. 7.Continuing Education Program (October 2012)10.Therapist Use of Client Strengths: A Qualitative Study of Positive ProcessesComprehend the investigation of strength-based methods, and identify the five themes used to examine current use of strength-based methods in practice in this article from The Counseling Psychologist, Vol. 41, No. 3.Continuing Education Program (April 2013) Previous 1 2 3 ... 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