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Tennessee Psychological Association Annual Convention: Adaptation and Resilience in the Diverse Practice of Psychology

November 3 @ 8:30 am - November 6 @ 5:30 pm

$60 – $435

Pre-Convention Workshop—Unmasking Masculinity: Understanding Social Identity, Diversity, and Prevention through the Exploration of Healthy Masculinity, 6 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

Plenary Program—Adaptation and Resilience in the Diverse Practice of Psychology, 1.5 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for PTSD, 1.5 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

The Importance of Effort Testing in Pediatric Evaluations, 1.5 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

Genograms in Clinical Practice, 3 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

Neuropsychological Outcomes in Patients Infected with COVID-19, 3 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

Exposure and Response Prevention Techniques for Working with COVID-Related Anxiety and OCD, 1.5 CE credits, Intermediate (Type I)

Issues and Updates on Tennessee Laws and Rules that Govern the Practice of Psychology, 1.5 CE credits, Intermediate (Type I)

Get FED: The Value of Meal Support Therapy in the Treatment and Recovery of Eating Disorders, 1.5 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

Holographic Reprocessing Therapy 1: Foundational Concepts & Working with Diverse Populations & Issues, 3 CEUs, Intermediate (Type I)

Disorder Gambling: Empirically Supported Assessment and Treatment, 1.5 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

Holographic Reprocessing Therapy 2: Clinical Skills, 3 CE credits, Intermediate (Type I)

Ethical Practice with Diverse Clients, 3 CE credits, Intermediate (Type I) While designed to fulfill either the diversity or ethics category, licensees may only be able to claim this program as fulfilling one category for CE licensure renewal requirement.

The Promise of Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy: A Paradigm Shift in Mental Health, 3 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

How (Good) Clinicians Do Harm and What to Do About It: Ethical and Cultural Considerations, CE credits, Intermediate (Type I)

Therapy with Young Men (Ages 16-29), 3 CE credits, Intermediate (Type I)

The Psychologist Hospitalist Practice, 3 CE credits, Introductory (Type I)

Details

Start:
November 3 @ 8:30 am
End:
November 6 @ 5:30 pm
Cost:
$60 – $435
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https://www.tpaonline.org/

Organizer

Tennessee Psychological Association
Phone:
615-490-8665
Email:
oehringelise@gmail.com
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