Treating Posttraumatic Sleep Problems: Applying CBT for Insomnia to Traumatized Populations

Difficulty falling and staying asleep is one of the most common clinical complaints after trauma. Insomnia is associated with impaired concentration and memory, elevated levels of anxiety and depression, decreased pain threshold, and worsening of overall health functioning, all of which are also effects of trauma. In this institute, clinicians will learn how they can improve trauma survivors’ sleep and mitigate the negative effects of sleep disturbances on mental and physical health and func...
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and the Treatment of Trauma: Regaining Self and Values

Many individuals who have experienced a trauma or who have been diagnosed with PTSD are struggling with traumatic memories, painful feelings and unwanted thoughts; and avoidance or control of theses private internal experiences is a common goal. Often, however, the avoidance itself can lead to further struggle and difficulty returning to valued activities in life. One therapeutic alternative to emotional or experiential avoidance is acceptance. Acceptance can create a new context from which t...
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

Using Cognitive Processing Therapy in a Group Setting

With the increased demand for services in many agencies, group modalities can provide a cost-efficient way to deliver evidenced-based treatment to many individuals at the same time. Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) has been shown to be an effective treatment of PTSD for civilian and veteran males and females with various trauma histories. Although often used as an individual therapy, CPT has been found to be an effective group or combined group and individual therapy modality in two randomiz...
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

The Trauma Recovery Group: A Guide for Practitioners

This workshop presents a unique approach to group treatment for survivors of interpersonal trauma. Based on a stage model of recovery, the Trauma Recovery Group (TRG) is explicitly designed to enlist the healing power of relational connection. Members are helped to develop skills in safe self-disclosure and empathic feedback, so that the processing of trauma memories can take place in a context of restored community. The workshop offers a detailed description of the implementation of the TRG. ...
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

The Grieving College Student

The Grieving College Student will examine the prevalence of bereavement among college students, bereavement’s impact on a college student, what bereaved college students need, and suggestions about constructive steps to make the college environment more responsive to its bereaved students. The webinar is designed primarily for professionals in positions to help bereaved students, but the webinar will also be of use to bereaved college students themselves, who consistently note that they find...
The Association for Death Education and Counseling

Reassessing Kübler-Ross on Coping with Dying and Coping with Loss

Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (1926-2004) was an early and important contributor to the field of death and dying. Her book, On Death and Dying (1969), had a major impact on both professional and public readers. Now, several years after her death, it is useful to look back on her contributions to our understandings of coping with dying and coping with loss, to consider what commentators have said about the theories she proposed, and to work towards a new assessment of her legacy on these topics. This ...
The Association for Death Education and Counseling

Healing from Within: Using Positive Psychology and Core Character Strengths with Grieving People

This webinar introduces the relatively new field of positive psychology, briefly examines its roots and explores the six virtues and 24 core character strengths that contribute to positive mental health. We will present the rationale for using positive psychology with grieving people, provide examples of exercises used in facilitating widows' groups, and share resources in this growing field. Learning Objectives Identify and discuss the six virtues and 24 accompanying strengths contained...
The Association for Death Education and Counseling

Iowa: Abuse of Dependent Adults

This course has been approved by the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) and is an approved abuse education curriculum to be used as a training tool for Dependent Adult Abuse mandatory reporter training. IDPH approval #2908. A thorough review of adult dependent abuse, including definitions, characteristics of victims and perpetrators, and reasons for abuse. The course identifies indicators of adult abuse and summarizes reportable criteria for mandated reporting. It further outlines the ...
ATrain Education Inc.

Iowa: Child Abuse, A Guide for Mandatory Reporters

This course has been approved by the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) and is an approved abuse education curriculum to be used as a training tool for Child Abuse mandatory reporter training. IDPH approval #2907. Identifies mandatory reporters of child abuse in Iowa and summarizes the procedures for making such a report. Defines child abuse under Iowa law and reviews in detail the procedures of the Iowa Department of Health Services (DHS). When you finish this course, you will be ...
ATrain Education Inc.

New York: Child Abuse and Maltreatment/Neglect for Mandated Reporters

This course is approved by the New York State Department of Education and meets the continuing education requirement for coursework in Child Abuse and Maltreatment for New York healthcare professionals. Defines child abuse, maltreatment, and neglect, plus mandated reporters and requirements for reporting as defined by New York State. Presents indicators of possible mistreatment, including both physical and behavioral signs. When you finish this course, you will be able to: *Explain ...
ATrain Education Inc.

Preventing Medical Errors in Behavioral Health

This course is intended to increase clinicians’ awareness of the types of errors that can occur within mental health practice, how such errors damage clients, and numerous ways they can be prevented. Its emphasis is on areas within mental health practice that carry the potential for "medical" errors. Examples include improper diagnosis, breach of confidentiality, failure to maintain accurate clinical records, failure to comply with mandatory abuse reporting laws, inadequate assessment of pot...
Professional Development Resources

Why Nurses and Case Managers Need to Know About Customer Service

Why Nurses and Case Managers Need to Know Customer Service is an online course intended to teach healthcare professionals the importance of customer service. It focuses on the dos and don'ts when dealing with patients and family members to make sure their medical experience is a good one.

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