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  • 1.Making Research Relevant: Reflections from LGBT Community-Academic Partnerships in Ontario
    Lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender individuals face experiences of homophobia and transphobia encouraged by broader social exclusion processes. This has a significant impact on the overall health and emotional well-being of our communities. Part of the APA Online Academy Professional Development Presentation Campus.
    Continuing Education Program (August 2012)
  • 2.PsycAdvocate
    Interactive advocacy training modules provide psychologists, psychology students/trainees and others with the skills to become effective public policy advocates at federal, state and local levels.
    Continuing Education Program
  • 3.108: Addressing Religion and Spirituality in Psychotherapy
    This intermediate workshop presents how to assess the role of spirituality in coping and mental health and to integrate religious/spiritual resources in treatment.
    Continuing Education Program (August 2014)
  • 4.Multicultural Care: A Clinician's Guide to Cultural Competence
    Demonstrate the application of cultural competence to a different aspect of clinical practice: self-awareness, assessment, engagement, treatment, psychopharmacology and testing, folk healing and general multicultural consciousness.
    Continuing Education Program (August 2012)
  • 5.131: Clinical Supervision---Ethics and Skills for Enhanced Competence
    This intermediate workshop will discuss competencies; supervision guidelines; relationship strain, ruptures, repair; diversity in all aspects, assessment, feedback, and evaluation strategies, legal and ethical frames, vicarious traumatization, Internet issues, self-care, and ethical management of supervisees not meeting performance competency standards.
    Continuing Education Program (August 2014)
  • 6.Relational-Cultural Therapy
    This book explores the history, theory, and practice of relational–cultural therapy, a relationship-centered, culturally oriented form of therapy.
    Continuing Education Program (November 2011)
  • 7.Smarter Phones, Smarter Practice
    Given the advances in social, mobile and wearable technologies, this article from the July/August 2013 Monitor on Psychology reviews technical advances that can be applied to enhance assessment and intervention and dramatically increase access to psychotherapy.
    Continuing Education Program
  • 8.Cultural Self-Study: A Psychologist’s Path Toward Intercultural Competence, Part II: Conducting a Self-Study
    This is designed for clinicians, other applied psychologists, psychology graduate students and college faculty who serve in culturally complex settings.
    Continuing Education Program (January 2011)
  • 9.Cultural Self-Study: A Psychologist’s Path Toward Intercultural Competence, Part I: Introduction to a Method
    This is the first of a two-part training experience for clinicians, other applied psychologists, psychology graduate students, college faculty, and anyone who serves in culturally complex settings. The presenter introduces a conceptual schema to analyze culture then guides participants through a highly structured, step-by-step self-study.
    Continuing Education Program (January 2011)
  • 10.Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology, Second Edition
    Reflecting the ever-expanding scope of rehabilitation psychology, this handbook covers diverse topics such as the clinical conditions most common to rehabilitation psychology (spinal cord injury, limb amputation, traumatic brain injury, stroke and more), assessment and clinical interventions, neuroimaging, alcohol and substance abuse, vocational rehabilitation, assistive technology for cognitive impairments, ethics, spirituality, and the problems of family caregivers.
    Continuing Education Program
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Results 110 of 42 for "Continuing Education Program"X related to "How do I become culturally competent?"