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11/19/2018

Sign Up Today for Home Base's Military Family Online Course, Begins November 26, 2018. Course Title: Mental Health Care for Family Members of Veterans: Practical Approaches to Addressing the Impact of Invisible Wounds on Families When a Veteran returns with invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, substance use, and depression, their families are also affected. This course offers practical guidance in how to better understand and assist family members facing these challenges. Course Details: Date: Course begins November 26, 2018 Location: On-line, on-demand Tuition: FREE Credits: 6.5 CME/CE credits Register: Click here Course Director: Paula Rauch, MD. To sign up visit: https://mghcme.org/militaryfamily.

10/29/2018

FREE Prolonged Exposure (PE) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) Workshops with 6-Months of Consultation. Home Base will be offering FREE Prolonged Exposure (PE) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) training opportunities for licensed mental health clinicians in Massachusetts. Who is eligible for the workshops and consultation groups? • All licensed mental health providers in Massachusetts • Clinicians interested in treating military veterans and/or service members in their community • Attend 2.5 days of in-person workshop • Attend 6 months of weekly, 1 hour consultation calls PE WORKSHOP Dates: January 2 – 4, 2019 Location: Central, MA (exact location TBD) Tuition: FREE Credits: Continuing education credits will be provided CPT WORKSHOP Dates: February 2019 (exact dates TBD) Location: Cape Cod, (exact location TBD) Tuition: FREE Credits: Continuing education credits will be provided *Interested applicants should contact Emma Morrison, Assistant Director of Education, at emorrison4@partners.org.

10/17/2018

Are you ready for the paradigm shift? Weight stigma in healthcare settings. 4.5 credit hours. Weight stigma is an underreported patient experience. This workshop will discuss language and behaviors that improve patient experiences and patient care outcomes and introduce the Healthy at Any Size model. Registration information can be found at http://www.cvent.com/d/8bq7b1.

10/17/2018

6 Week Training Couples Therapy Using the Cape Cod Model: An approach & step-by-step technique for working with couples. • Learn to use yourself as an instrument of influence • Learn an approach that recognizes how people connect • See the couple as a co-created system • Develop the ability to give compelling appreciative feedback • Learn to appreciate and articulate the competence of the couple • Understand and practice the Cape Cod Model • Learn creative approaches to helping clients expand their range of behavior 6 Fridays Dec 7-Feb 1, 9am-1pm www.gisc.org/practitioners.

9/25/2018

Simmons School of Social Work. Please join us for our Ph.D. information session on November 29th at 6:00 pm. To RSVP, please visit www.simmons.edu/sswinfo. Now accepting applications for fall 2019. ssw@simmons.edu • 617.521.3939 • www.simmons.edu/ssw. B O S T O N • M A S S A C H U S E T T S.

9/17/2018

EAP ONLINE INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM. Register now for the online EAP certificate program offered by the University of Maryland. Students earn 48 Category II CEUs and 48 PDHs. Class I: January 14 - February 8; Class II: February 13 - March 13. For more information, visit www.eapmasi.com and click on the "REGISTER TODAY" link on the home page.

8/7/2018

Simmons School of Social Work PhD Information Session. Please join us for our PhD information session on November 8th at 6:00 pm. The information session is a great opportunity to learn more about our PhD program by meeting the Director, Faculty and current students. To RSVP to attend our information session, please visit http://www.simmons.edu/sswinfo. Accepting applications for fall 2019. ssw@simmons.edu - 617-521.3939 - http://www.simmons.edu/ssw.

8/7/2018

Acquired Brain Injury Clinical Continuing Education Fall 2018 Series. Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts presents the Acquired Brain Injury Clinical Continuing Education Fall 2018 Series: ABI Clinical Continuing Education Certificate w. Francesca LaVecchia, PhD - 10/3 & 10/4; Overview of Neurodiagnostic Procedures & Neurological Effects of ABI w. Sheldon Benjamin, MD - 10/12; Substance Abuse & ABI w. Frank R. Sparadeo, PhD - 11/7; Functional Neuroanatomy Review w. Francesca LaVecchia, PhD - 12/5. CE Credits offered - visit www.biama.org/abitraining1 for more information.

 

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