Understand foundational concepts of cultural competence and develop your conscious about culture.
2.0 Social Work CE available to eligible attendees.
Trainings by New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Service (NYAPRS) and hosted by Central Region Multicultural Advisory Committee (CRMAC).
In order to become a CDSMP Peer Leader, you are required to attend all four sessions in March. For additional information or to register yourself or your organization, please contact Pamela Guth at 607-692-7669 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The goal of this workshop is to help participants you acceptance-based behavioral therapies (ABBT) model to guide case conceptualization, treatment planning and delivery. Participants will be introduced to the core ABBT clinical strategies and taught how to identify and address obstacles that commonly arise in treatment. Drawing from both the presenter’s clinical experience and research in developing and testing the efficacy of an ABBT for Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Dr. Orsillo will share clinical strategies, describe case examples, and provide handouts and exercises that participants can use in their own clinical practice.
Lunch will be provided and CE credits are available, see full brochure.
In this upcoming virtual forum, Gary Sachs, MD, and Joseph Goldberg, MD, will discuss a fictional bipolar disorder case study, focusing on hypothetical clinical decision points whereby the utilization of antidepressants may be considered as a treatment option.
The goal of this event is to promote wellness and resiliency, as well as provide education on how to support anyone who may be struggling with the challenges associated with mental illness or thoughts of suicide. This event will include a panel of experts offering a conversation to address these questions and more. Community resources that promote mental wellness and support those who may be struggling with depression or anxiety, or who may be at risk for suicide, will be available before and after the presentation. Dinner is included, must RSVP by March 23rd.
Dr. Nishimura will discuss findings uncovered in the contribution of multiple physiological systems to disease initiation and progression, with applications in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Understanding these intersections will help arm practicioners as they face a range of clients and their biological / neurobiological realities.
Join Lourdes Youth Services for a FREE Naloxone training session where participants will learn about overdose prevention and how to correctly administer Naloxone. All participants will also receive a free rescue kit that includes either intranasal naloxone or the intramuscular naloxone.
Training is open to the public.
Free, fun-filled afternoon of activities in the YMCA gym. Activities include bounce house, obstacle course, craft activities, fitness challenge, smoothies, healthy snacks, Zumba, pool carnival, and Dan the Snake Man.